What Are Your Biggest Questions About Christianity? Take The Survey…

Ever wish you could have your deepest questions addressed from the front on a Sunday? Well, soon you can.

We're currently putting together our next message series, Skeptics Wanted: Asking Christianity's Toughest Questions.

I've designed a short 3 minute survey that I'd love for you to fill out.

Here's the link. The questionnaire asks you to rate the issues you struggle with most AND the issues you think your friends struggle with most.

It should take you no more than 3 minutes to fill out…and, if your deep-struggle-question isn't listed, there's even room for you to add it.

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I'll personally be reading all the results and listening to your comments.

Skeptics Wanted launches Sunday April 6th in Barrie and Sunday April 13th in Orillia.

Oh, and could you do one more thing? Ask a friend (especially a friend who doesn't attend church) to fill out the survey.  You could link to this blog post or send them this direct link to the survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/skepticswantedsurvey.

Can't wait to engage people's deepest struggles with the Christian faith.

– Carey



  1. Dylan Angus says, March 13, 2014 at 10:03 pm

    How can you explain the similarities between the Egyptian prophet Horus and Jesus? Also the religions of ancient Egypt and Christianity? There are a huge amount of similarities. If you look at civilizations throughout the Mediterranean before Jesus’s time, you can see multiple prophets with the same story as Jesus. In fact, all these religions derive from Paganism… We are currently in the age of pieces, and will soon pass into the age of Aquarius, not slip into the end of the earth. Just like Moses brought in the age of the ram, which is the reason why Jews still blow the rams horn to this day.

    • Carey Nieuwhof - Lead Pastor says, March 21, 2014 at 3:38 pm

      That’s a great question. We’ll address questions like this in the series. There are very important differences between Jesus and Horus, and we’ll talk about the uniqueness of Jesus during the series.

  2. Kris says, April 8, 2014 at 9:39 am

    Great first part to the series! Look forward to the balance.

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