Two Ways to Live Plus (TWTL+) contains the very popular Two Ways to Live gospel presentation, plus a wealth of video content. 13 common questions about Christianity are answered clearly and succinctly by respected Bible teachers, along with a selection of video clips in which people share their personal stories of faith.
(Check out our standard Two Ways to Live app for a lightweight gospel presentation for iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch.)
If you're interested in finding out more about Christianity, this app is for you. Or perhaps you'll want to use it to talk to someone about Jesus, or send it to them as a gift. This app will help you in understanding the message from the Bible about God and his son Jesus clearly, in being able to answer common questions about Christianity, and seeing how the simple message at the heart of Christianity profoundly affects people's lives.
The strength of Two Ways to Live as a gospel outline is that it explains the gospel of Jesus Christ in the context of the overarching story of the Bible, giving the non-Christian hearer or reader all the presuppositions and assumptions they need to grasp the real significance of Jesus' death and resurrection. In other words, whilst it is a brief and logical presentation, it provides all the foundations a non-Christian needs to know in order to become a Christian.
The questions addressed in the video portion include:
» How do I know God exists in the first place?
» Did Jesus really come back from the dead?
» Hasn't science disproved Christianity?
» You can't trust what the Bible says—it's been changed too much over the years!
» No-one can claim to have 'the truth'—everyone's opinion is valid.
» Wasn't Jesus just another great religious teacher?
» Discussing religion just divides people and causes problems!
» If the Bible is so clear, why can't Christians agree on what it says?
» Why is the Bible anti-gay?
» If God is good, why is there so much suffering in the world?
» Can't we just be good enough to please God?
» Christians are just a bunch of hypocrites!
» Do you have to go to church to be a Christian?
The gospel presentation section of this app can be viewed in a number of different translations (via an in-app setting), currently including English, French, Spanish, Japanese, and Chinese (simplified script). The Q&A videos and personal stories are in English only.