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Atheists Who Love Church

[From the archives.] *** Atheists in the UK are gathering for something that looks an awful lot like a worship service. 300 people met on a Sunday, sang songs together, and repeated the phrase “Live better, help often, wonder more”, … Continue reading

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Atheists and Christians Talk Theology

[Updated from the archives.] *** A couple years ago I co-taught a Sunday school class on some basic theology: Christology and Pneumatology, the Incarnation and the Trinity, stuff like that. I started the very first session by pointing out that … Continue reading

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The #1 Tip For Atheist/Christian Dialog

[Updated from the archives.] *** I had a couple of on-line encounters with atheists a while back, one commenting on my blog and the other over at Amy Julia Becker’s place. They had some expectations that I found puzzling. Amy Julia wrote on how to be … Continue reading

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What To Do When God Doesn’t Meet With Your Approval

Passing Judgment on God Some people don’t approve of God. They make comments that begin with the words “I could never believe in a God who …”. You can fill in the rest of the sentence with things like this: … Continue reading

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Atheist? Christian? There’s No Difference

Tell me if you heard any of these before: Christians think a woman’s place is in the home, not out working. Christians like to judge everyone else. No Christian believes in evolution. All Christians are alike. Anyone who’s taken a … Continue reading

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Newsflash: Atheists Love Church!

Aimee Byrd sent me a link to an article she found on a British news website: Four Thoughts on the First Atheist Church. It looks like atheists in the UK are gathering for something that looks an awful lot like … Continue reading

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Every Statement is a Theological Statement

Last year I co-taught a Sunday school class on some basic theology: Christology and Pneumatology, the Incarnation and the Trinity, stuff like that. I started the very first session by pointing out that – whether we realize it or not … Continue reading

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Convincing Atheists

This month I had a couple of on-line encounters with atheists, one commenting at a guest post on my blog and later in some comments over at Amy Julia Becker’s place. I should say too that these folks were not at all as nice as the … Continue reading

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