On July 9 of this year, I wrote a post entitled, A follow-up to some comments. One of the comments I received on that post was from someone calling himself (or herself) Hungry Atheist. I thought that I would selectively quote the comment and provide response to the points that were raised in that comment.
A follow-up to some comments
In February of last year (2012), I published a post entitled “The temptation of anger in response to militant atheism.” That post received a number of comments from those who challenged some of my assertions. The commentors also asked some very good questions. In this post, I attempt to answer some of the challenges and questions.
It’s a matter of perspective – reaction to the angry atheists
Atheist authors present God as vengeful and capricious. Jesus presented a very different picture of his father. We must choose the correct perspective to view God correctly.
PA Atheist Files Complaint Against Restaurant Over Church Bulletin Discount
Reaction to an article in the Christian Post about an atheist who complained about a restaurant offering a “church bulletin discount.”
A lesson learned from angry atheists
A recent post for bravefaith.org got a response from several angry atheists. I share the lesson I learned from this exchange in this post.
Truth Whack a Mole
In reading the “new” atheists, I see confirmation of the Apostle Paul’s assertion that their unbelief is not due to the lack of evidence but the suppression of it. There is a large difference between those who are truly seeking answers to difficult questions and those who are unwilling to believe no matter what the […]