Wednesday, September 21, 2022



As I have continued to write more about my faith, I have seen my website increase in popularity by leaps and bounds. In less than a month of being online, my website has received hundreds of viewers, from more than 20 countries. My writing has been viewed by people in China, Russia, the United Arab Emirates, Cyprus, Hong Kong, the United States, Canada, and many others. I have felt like I should be providing more for the people who want to know more about Christianity, so that they can make the decision to accept Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior. I have several individuals in mind as I write this, and I have several nations in mind as well.

After praying about what I should do, I began to have ideas for what to write about. Before I write about any other topic, I want to create a guide to the core doctrines of Christianity. One of the most disturbing issues that I have seen is that many people claim to be Christians, yet they lack an understanding of what Christianity is about. In order to address the aforementioned issue, and to help non-Christians come to know Christ, I have created this series. I will explain each of the core doctrines of Christianity and explain why we believe them. Aside from my verse-by-verse Bible study, this is the first series that I publish on my website.

To the person who is reading this:

I hope that you come away from this with a solid understanding of what it means to be a Christian, and I really hope you make the decision to become a Christian yourself. Becoming a Christian is easy, you can do it right now, and you can watch as God changes your life. Only you can make the decision to follow Christ. I made the decision to follow Christ, and I have never regretted that decision. The life of a Christian is not easy, but it is more fulfilling than any other lifestyle, and you will be able to rest at night, knowing that you have received the gift of eternal salvation.

May God bless you all.

        - Daniel Teberian

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