Andy Stanley’s, “How Good is Good Enough?” is a short book that addresses the common misconceptions people have about what it takes to make it into Heaven. The mistaken logic flows like this: “There is a good God who lives in a good place reserved for good people. This God goes by many names and is behind all major religions… therefore, all religions provide a legitimate path to God.” It’s a tragedy that so many people bank their entire eternal future on what really doesn’t make sense.
The book does a great job describing the conscience as something that condemns you and reminds you that you are not perfect. Yet the conscience doesn’t assure you when you’re doing well. That’s where RELIGION takes over. All religions of this world share one common denominator: How you live your life on this side of the grave determines what happens next. The problem is that all these religions disagree as to what you need to do. Continue reading