A serious question like this deserves a serious and considered answer which you can find in four audio tracks. Parts 3 and 4 focus on the question of how Jesus’ death and resurrection relate to us and our relationship to God.
It is difficult to know how to answer the question, how is Jesus relevant to any particular individual because we are all so different and are experiencing different things in life. So, the one way to answer it is to take your questions to the Gospel accounts of Jesus’ life and what he said. Try reading one of the accounts yourself and see if the answers come.
Another way to explore how Jesus is relevant to you is to follow a course that will guide your thinking. Try one of these three courses linked to from this module.
Have a look through the different stories in the Lives section of the site. Take some time to read through one or two of the profiles and see if there are any answers to your questions in the stories.
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