The symbol of the fish, icthys in Biblical Greek, has been used by Christians since the earliest days of our faith as a kind of identification - a mark on a wall, or a fence or anywhere that followers of Jesus might be welcome.
We believe that Jesus died for our sins and that if we believe in Him, we will have life eternal. To believe in Jesus means to follow his commandments, and that's what we aim for in everything we do, be it our personal lives, in business, or in civil society.
That's why the fish appears on our webpages and our business cards. Welcome!
A new commandment I give to you, that you love one another: just as I have loved you, you also are to love one another. John 12:34
- Rusty and family at The Carburetor Doctor
If you're on the fence about Christianity, need convincing, or just don't believe at all, here are some things you might want to have a look at:
- The Shortest Leap
- A book I've been reading that neatly explains why Christianity makes sense and what the core beliefs are.
- Mere Christianity
- The classic book by CS Lewis that has some great insights. Available at your favorite bookstore.
- The Holy Bible
- I would start with a modern translation in your language.
A video about faith that I like: