The Truth About Atheism

Atheists don’t disbelieve in God; they disbelieve in a distorted image of God either concocted in their own minds or foisted upon them by the theologically illiterate and incompetent.

No one who meets another can disbelieve in the existence of the other and no one who encounters, or rather is encountered by the Living God can deny his existence any more than they can deny their own.

That’s the truth about atheism. It may be an inconvenient truth or an ignored truth or even a denied truth, but it is in fact THE truth.

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I am a Pastor, and Lecturer in Church History and Biblical Studies at Ming Hua Theological College.
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1 Response to The Truth About Atheism

  1. tnmusicman says:

    Too true! When you have the personal experience you can not deny the reality of the living God! I guess you could TRY (as I believe a lot of people have ) but then you are living a lie. That’s no way to live.
    Of course, too many non believers will poo-poo the personal experience of others but their own personal experience (if they have had any) is too be believed.


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