Talking to Atheists

A fine post. Personally, since I don’t believe any true atheists exist, I can’t say I’ve talked to one.

David T. Lamb

Ursinus College“What about all the contradictions in the Bible?”

I was speaking at Ursinus College on Wednesday night hosted by the InterVarsity Christian Fellowship group there on the topic, “Is God Angry or Loving?” based on ch. 2 of God Behaving Badly–a talk I’ve given multiple times on campuses and at churches.  And while I love speaking on my book, the highlight of the evening came during the Q & A time (I like to call it Q & Q- because I like to ask questions), when students like Mandy asked me about all those biblical contradictions.  Mandy was one of at least two self-identified atheists who came to the meeting and asked questions.

I left the campus after 11:00 pm thinking about several things that impressed about the evening.

1) The Christians at Ursinus were talking to atheists and inviting them to hear a strange Old Testament…

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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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2 Responses to Talking to Atheists

  1. Bob Schilaci says:

    “I can’t say I’ve talked to one. ”

    You need to get out more.


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