How Easter Killed My Faith in Atheism

Mar 29, 2016 by

by Lee Strobel, Wall Street Journal: Earlier this week, humorist Ricky Gervais presented his arguments for atheism and why he thought he was a better Christian than many Christians. In this follow-up essay, writer Lee Strobel offers his defense of Easter. It was the worst news I could get as an atheist: my agnostic wife had decided to become a Christian. Two words shot through my mind. The first was an expletive; the second was “divorce.” I thought she was going to turn into a self-righteous...

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Why do even atheists still believe in life after death?

Mar 28, 2016 by

From Mailonline: It’s a curious contradiction: the number of atheists in Britain is rising, yet so, too, is the number of people who say they believe in life after death. On this Easter weekend, we asked leading philosophers, authors and religious thinkers to explain what the results of this new study tell us about the modern world… and what they believe about the afterlife. A. N. Wilson: Author and biographer of Jesus We should not be surprised that while the number of religious...

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Review of ‘God Is No Thing’ by Rupert Shortt

Mar 24, 2016 by

by Rowan Williams, Guardian: Some high-profile atheists insist on arguing against propositions that no serious Christian writer would endorse. This is a spirited corrective, covering the origins of the universe to the use of the Bible. In one of his letters, CS Lewis repeats the story of an earnest atheistical school teacher instructing her young charges that all forms of animal life derived from the higher apes, under the impression that she was teaching them Darwinism. The anecdote is...

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House of Cards: A terrifying insight into a world where God is dead

Mar 6, 2016 by

by Andy Walton, Christian Today: The best art and literature has always critiqued as well as reflected the age in which it is created. From Jonathan Swift’s biting satire to Charles Dickens’ treatment of London poverty; from Picasso’s depictions of the Spanish Civil War to the late Harper Lee’s stunning denunciation of segregation, the best art tells us something about the time in which it was created as well as timeless truths. While it may not be quite in the exalted...

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Student Bible clubs temporarily suspended in Ohio after atheist group files complaint

Mar 1, 2016 by

By Jonah Hicap, Christian Today: Student Bible clubs in at least two schools in Lancaster, Ohio have been temporarily suspended by officials after an atheist group sent a letter to complain. The Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) earlier wrote a letter to Superintendent Steve Wigton of the Lancaster City Schools to complain about outside adults conducting Bible studies during lunch time at different schools. “It is our understanding that bible study groups meet during the lunch...

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If you can’t convince an atheist abortion is wrong…you’re doing it wrong

Feb 11, 2016 by

By Jonathon van Maren, LifeSite: One of the key mistakes Christians make when approaching the culture wars is dividing truth into two categories: “secular truth” and “God’s truth.” This is a wrong-headed approach. All truth is God’s truth, and thus making a scientific argument utilizing the facts of embryology is making a Christian argument. When, as some Christians do, we allow that embryology is somehow a “secular” realm of thought, we give credence to the claims of secularists and conscript...

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