Thursday, January 06, 2011

Attn. ALL Christians: How NOT To Fight Atheism

Yes, indeed, sometimes, we are our own worse enemies.

AlbertMohler.com – How Not to Fight Atheism

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1 comment:

  1. The sad fact about this article is what the Atheists said was true. All kinds of people are "good" people without God. However the bar set by Christ is perfection. He said to the Pharisees "Be ye perfect, even as my father in heaven is perfect". That perfection has only ever been acheived by Christ himself. We require his perfection to be seen in us in order to be acceptable into God's Kingdom. Jesus said he came not to save "good" people but to save sinners. None of his followers can claim to be anything other than saved sinners. The claim by atheists to be "good" should not concern those that are "perfect" in Christ. A standard that is much higher than being merely "good".

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