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Is Jesus the only way?

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Depression looms over the darkest question any man can ask,
“Is there a God?”
This is what I found out from my question to Andy Rogish.
Andy has a master's degree in Theology and is a translator of the Greek language.
I asked him my hard question.

Question: "Is Jesus the only way?"
"I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me. If you know me, you will know my Father also." ( John 14:6-7)

Hi Andy,

I am writing a book titled "From Hollywood to God." It is the story of my search to fill the emptiness within me.

The book is a traveling journey to Holy Sites around the world in search of God. While in the Holy Land I saw a painting of a dove as (the holy spirit) descending on Jesus. I stared at it a long time in the Church of the Holy Sepulcher. I could not seem to get passed the idea that other cultures that had not heard of Jesus, and therefore would not be saved.

In John 14:6 Jesus said, "I am the way …

Jesus of Nazareth (c. 3 BC/BCE – c. 30 AD/CE)

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The Holy Land, By Kelly Granite Enck

On the On the 17th of July 2007 I arrived in Tel Aviv all alone with the mission to uncover the truth about Jesus. I hurried out of the airport with a large backpack pulling me down and found an English-speaking driver in a white van to take me into the Old City, twenty minutes away!

The driver dropped me off at the entrance of one of the seven gates that opens into the large walls surrounding the old city of Jerusalem, called Jaffa gate! I asked for directions to Jesus' tomb! I was told it’s called, “Church of the Holy Sepulchre.” A shop keeper gave me street names like “David” and told me to turn right and left and right and left…it made me dizzy, so I thought I would just ask people if I were heading in the right direction and go! I imagined Jesus, the apostles, Mary and the crowds having walked my same steps! I looked down at the history beneath my feet. The stones where cut in large squares, they had rounded corners. They were smooth and …