The temptation to respond in anger to militant atheism is strong. We should keep several Scriptural principles in mind when atheism strikes.
The desperate posts in the great battle often are given to those whose faith is strong enough to weather seemingly unanswered prayer. So says C. S. Lewis in the essay on which this post is based.
The Bruce Springsteen song “No Surrender” inspired some thoughts about what is worthy of such dogged pursuit by the believer. See what the Apostle Paul and C. S. Lewis have to say in relation to this.
The Bible predicts that things will get worse before they get better hence the title The Storm Before the Calm. We should not be surprised at the increasing political, social and moral chaos. Yet in the end, we know that every knee will bow to Jesus Christ as we are reminded by the Apostle Paul.
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 […]
What qualities must be present in the believer to be used by God to build His Church? Here is the list as I see it: Complete surrender to God That’s it. One item. Everything else follows nicely after surrender. Paul gives us a description of what this kind of surrender looks like in Philippians 3:8–11 […]