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Rahul first heard the gospel from his martial arts teacher soon after he graduated college. He initially dismissed it, as he believed himself to be a fairly moral person (in comparison with those he considered to be egregiously immoral) who did not need forgiveness, though his martial arts teacher would continually insist otherwise. A few years later, Rahul began carpooling with a coworker (Lucas) who was also a follower of Jesus. This provided him with the opportunity to ask questions such as the historicity of Jesus and the possibility of an afterlife. After months of reflecting on his conversations with his martial arts instructor and Lucas, Rahul was convinced that the Christian worldview provided the best account of reality. This lead him to an awareness of God’s holiness, and the understanding that he failed to live according to God’s objective moral standard. Seeing his sin for what it was, he acknowledged that Jesus (the Son of God) had been sent to resolve his sin problem. He then put his faith in Jesus Christ’s atoning sacrifice and resurrection for the forgiveness of his sins. On occasion he experiences seasons of doubt, however, he simply cannot ignore the overwhelming historical evidence or philosophical arguments for Christianity, leading him to reply with Peter, “Lord where shall we go, you hold the words of eternal life.”


Since giving his life to Christ, Rahul has been maturing in his faith. He currently holds a B.S and M.S in Electrical Engineering, and is now pursing an M.A. in Science and Religion at Biola University, with hopes to further his theological studies at Talbot School of Theology. He is passionate about helping to remove obstacles that prevent people from trusting Jesus for the forgiveness of their sins, so that they may experience a satisfying and fulfilling guilt-free and penalty-free relationship with God. As Augustine said, “O Lord, you have made us for yourself and our heart is restless until it finds rest in you.”

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