Is Jesus Christ The Only Way To Heaven?


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Lady D Bell Profile
Lady D Bell answered
That the only way to heaven, is thru Jesus Christ.
michael finnegan Profile
According to the Bible, yes. You gave Him the title 'Christ' in your question,(and rightly so), giving credence to His authority; the term 'Christ' is an English translation from the Greek (meaning "the anointed") translation of the Hebrew term 'Messiah' - one who is appointed by God. To accept His authority, you accept His word. The Gospel according to John quotes Jesus in chapter 14 verse 6:
"I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me."

John also teaches in Chapter3 vs. 16-18 "For God so loved the world that He gave His one and only Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal life. For God did not send His Son into the world to condemn the world, but to save the world through Him. Whoever believes in Him is not condemned, but whoever does not believe stands condemned already because he has not believed in the name of God's one and only Son."

and Paul encourages in Romans 10:13 "...Everyone who calls on the name of the Lord will be saved."

Give me a 'shout' if you would like further information.
All texts were taken from [The Holy Bible: New International Version]
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Yes-for mankind-remember there will be 1000 yrs of teaching here on earth so all will understand the message and none can claim ignorance,you see mans efforts to reach the world with the Gospel message is done. Jesus himself succeeds where we fail and thats during the 1000 yr reign after that time its game over for any who reject
Jared Profile
Jared answered
Yes that's what the Bible says and that's God's Holy word.
Annie Love Profile
Annie Love answered
Yes! The only way to heaven is through jesus christ our lord and savior he died for our sins
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
The infrequency of the word 'sky' in the Bible must be looked at . The words sky or skies only appear 12 times in all 66 books. The words for things that normally appear in the sky such as clouds, stars, whirlwinds, storms, lightning, birds, rain, hail and wind appear over 600 times. Heaven is the word the translators of the King James Bible in the early 1600's purposefully translated into the original words biblical authors used for the physical sky and not some ethereal plane. The King James Bible was translated for King James of England who lived in a royal castle, surrounded by royal people, all speaking a royal language; a very proper form of court English.The Court English employed entirely different words to describe things, thus,confusing the commoners as to the meaning of certain words.
thanked the writer.
Ri Tam
Ri Tam commented
So, your answer to this question is that within Gods Word, the Absolute Truth, even going back to Wycliffe if you need to or Greek or Hebrew, you are saying that Heaven does not exisist, let alone Jesus Christ?
If you go into the bible and look at Revelation 21, it will tell you all about what Heaven will be like and it says nothing of floating clouds or anything contained within this Earth we live in.
michael finnegan
michael finnegan commented
The NASB and NIV Bibles were translated from the original Greek and Hebrew manuscripts as available into our language, not that of a 400 year old court system. This question directly relates to paradise, not the stars and skies. If we're wrong about Heaven, when we die we'll just be gone; but if not, those not believing will be subject to a rude awakening of consequences that (sadly) will be irrevocable.
Are you angry at God, or just don't believe and feel the need to criticize those who do?
Shin Tubman Profile
Shin Tubman answered
Well, I believe so. I've heard many "church-goers" say that you have to lead good lives in order to go to heaven or be nice or generous... But, a sinner is a sinner, right? The only way to heaven is by accepting christ as your personal saviour and getting your sins forgiven by God.

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