…After studying more, Limbaugh concluded there is "overwhelming evidence in favor of Christianity's truth claims." He came into a full relationship with Christ in his mid-30s. "People think that Christianity is based on blind faith," David Limbaugh said. "No, no, it's based on evidence. But faith is critical. Without faith, meaning putting your trust in Christ for your personal salvation, you're not going to get there, no matter how much you believe intellectually." Once he fully accepted Christ, he wondered if his brother was a Christian. "I mean, he thought he was in my view, and he embraced it intellectually," David Limbaugh said. "But did he think enough about it? And did it really affect his life in the way you would think if you were truly a faithful Christian?" He started witnessing to his older sibling, even asking him straightforwardly whether he truly believed. Rush Limbaugh answered, "yes." David Limbaugh asked why his brother didn't discuss his faith more. Rush Limbaugh allegedly replied that he didn't talk about it much because he didn't think he knew enough about it. He didn't want to make something he wasn't an expert in the focus of his talk show. "It makes you wonder why you didn't study it more and all that," David Limbaugh said. Rosenberg pointed out that it was interesting because Limbaugh was known to be a "student" of everything he was excited about to become an expert in those areas. David Limbaugh agreed. "Even though he was not being intellectually dishonest about it, he didn't quite yet get it in my view," David Limbaugh said. At one point, Rush Limbaugh assured his brother that he never had doubts about his faith or Christ, which David Limbaugh found "heartening." But he still wasn't sure whether his older brother accepted Christ. Limbaugh said the "silver lining" of his brother's cancer diagnosis was "God's grace" because God often allows suffering to enable people to "embrace Him." "We grow from our suffering, and that is totally biblical throughout. So many things come in God's time," he said. "With Rush, he was experiencing this hardship, and he was taken down to the lowest point, and he turned," David Limbaugh added. "He had to turn; he had nowhere else to turn. Even if he hadn't had faith in Christ before, he had such sincere, heartfelt faith." He said his brother began talking to God daily and reading the Bible, even texting his brother for insight on certain passages, something David Limbaugh had never seen him do before. "It really doesn't matter if Rush embraced Christ 10 years before or one day before he died," he said. "What matters is, and I can say emphatically that he did embrace Him…. read more news: https://www.christianpost.com/news/brother-shares-how-rush-limbaugh-grew-closer-to-christ.html Rush was right! This is good news. The Limbaugh brothers are/were great Americans. It’s nice to know that they didn’t let their celebrity and fame, as well as a great political viewpoint take them away from what matters most.