There is a vast amount of evidence for the truth of Christianity. Not only are there the prophecies that have come true but people across the world testify to having come to know the living Jesus. So why do some people not believe?
In many cases it is because people are afraid of how it will affect their lives. The benefits of Christianity are limitless. They include:
However, people realise that they will have to turn away from their sins and give up things that displease God. That's challenging. So many don't want to believe because of the consequences. But that can really mean putting one's head in the sand, or perhaps looking for arguments to disprove the existence of God, because it doesn't suit their agenda.
People even say, 'Even if it were proved to me that God exists, I still wouldn't turn to him.' But that's an irrational response.
If God is real, the only rational response is to turn to him. And since there is so much evidence that God is real, it's also rational to look into Christianity seriously.
The great writer C S Lewis looked into Christianity and discovered that it was true. He was reluctant to become a Christian for a variety of reasons, but, being rational, he knew since it was true he had no real choice. Later on he discovered the wonder of being a Christian.
And the truth is, God wants the best for us. And the things we have to give up to become a Christian are bad for us anyway and not worth keeping; and the benefits that you get as a Christian are of infinite value.