Monthly Archives: June 2015

Thoughts on Atheism and Faith: Who’s there?

I believe that sometimes I actually “talk” with God, not just “at” God.* I believe that I have heard his “voice” in my head. –I’ve heard his voice speaking in something like words, and usually quite more than words, in my … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Atheism and Faith: The Problem of Evil

Atheists are quick to point out the existence of evil as proof of the non-existence of a loving God, if any God at all. The short argument goes like this: “If God is good, why would he allow babies to die?” It’s … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Atheism and Faith: Church

If the morality and conduct of believers was the proof of any belief system,  then even atheists would be unbelievable. Belief and hypocrisy are part of the human condition. Yes, dear atheist friend,  people acting in the name of God … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Atheism and Faith: Truth

Truth is not reason. It is not a proof or a fact. I can’t prove God anymore than I could disprove God. Truth is simply something you know, for whatever reason, or for no reason at all, and would stake your … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Faith and Atheism: God’s Voice

Why God speaks more loudly to some, is a great mystery beyond words. And I believe he even speaks to and through atheists. Doubt and doubters have their role to play in keeping the conversation going, and God seems to … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Faith and Atheism: The Sun

Faith is like trying to describe the sun to someone who has lived their whole life underground. Until they get to the surface themselves and have their eyes opened, the sun is obviously a fairy tale. Where Christians get it wrong, however, … Continue reading

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Teaching Paul to Children in Sunday School

Scripture selections, Lesson ideas, and Software suggestions from (Rev.) Neil MacQueen, www.sundaysoftware.com The life and teaching of the Apostle Paul often get scant attention in Sunday School curriculum, and it’s no secret why: TIME: Most Sunday Schools don’t get around to teaching … Continue reading

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