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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

[Updated from the archives.] 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 … 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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