They All Loathed and Hated Their Fathers

Tuesday is for Thinking What do Sigmund Freud, Friedrich Nietzsche, Jean-Paul Sartre, French skeptic Voltaire, Madalyn Murray O’Hair, Joseph Stalin, Adolf Hitler, Chairman Mao all have in common? Beyond the obvious that they were all atheist and materialists, they all loathed and hated their fathers. The modern era’s most famous psychologist, Freud argued that the … More They All Loathed and Hated Their Fathers

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Christianity: Still the Worlds Best Hope

Saturday Reflections Some time ago a visitor to my BLOG said that Christians were among the most immoral people they know.  It got me thinking. I asked the young interlocutor, “Do you really mean that? Or is this a piece of hyperbole thrown out in frustration?” Personally, I don’t get it. Yes, I know so-called Christians … More Christianity: Still the Worlds Best Hope

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He Scares Them: The Reason Radical Atheists Won’t Take Jesus Seriously

Thursday is for Apologetics They will philosophize. They will argue. They will throw sarcasm and scorn. They will seek to overwhelm you with volume, and anger, and vitriol, and stories about “how could a good God …” But the last thing any of them will do is open up a New Testament and read it … More He Scares Them: The Reason Radical Atheists Won’t Take Jesus Seriously

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Former atheist astrophysicist, Sarah Salviander, explains her journey to Christianity.

Well reasoned testimony of a former atheist’s long journey to faith in Christ. Long, but worth every second of your time. If you doubt your Bible, your faith, the coherance of your faith, this might be just what you need to gaze at the cross with renewed joy. If you have a friend who has … More Former atheist astrophysicist, Sarah Salviander, explains her journey to Christianity.

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Should Pastors Follow the Advice of Atheists?

Tuesday is for Preaching Read an atheist site that was grading church worship services and sermons based on the following criteria: Doing good to your fellow human. Being good doesn’t mean converting him or her to your religion.  It means being nice, forgiving, reasonable, and tolerant. Religious leaders who include this theme in their sermon will … More Should Pastors Follow the Advice of Atheists?

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