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The Spotlight: On Discernment, Doubt and Atheism


Hi Dear Readers,

I hope you enjoyed the three posts I shared with you last week!  If you missed them, you can click on the category The Spotlight, to read them all.

This week’s posts deal with our ability to discern God’s voice, how we can believe in God despite the intellectual arguments against His existence, and why we all need Him.  The first was written for Believers by Itunu.  I shared one of her posts recently, but couldn’t help myself with this one.  It was so on point!  The other two were written for doubters and Atheists, with a view to encourage them to find God while He can be found.  I think whether Christian or not, all these posts will encourage us all to have stronger faith and KNOW that there is a God and we can have a relationship with Him.

Please read and be blessed, and be kind to share and drop a comment for the authours!

1. CAN YOU DIFFERENTIATE GOD’S VOICE FROM OTHER VOICES? by Itunu

I used to be in these shoes sometime in my life. It’s not like I’ve perfected the art of hearing God’s voice a 100% either but each and every day we learn and we grow and God is ever ready to provide us with every kind of help we need when it comes to drawing close to Him…

Tags: #Differentiating God’s voice, #freedom in God’s love, #God’s love, #Learning to hear God’s voice

2. HOW DO YOU KEEP BELIEVING THIS JESUS BULLS__T? by J.S. Park

Hey dear friend, to be truthful: you’re in the best place possible, with the single biggest advantage over someone who’s been raised in the church.

You get to be in a place where you’re starting with a hugely skeptical eye towards Christianity, which means that if God starts to lean in on you, you will have already encountered your biggest questions about faith…

Tags: #101, #apologetics, #Bible, #doctrine, #doubt, #Gospel, #hermeneutics, #jesus, #scripture

3. ATHEISTS CAN BELIEVE WHATEVER THEY WANT BUT THEY CAN’T DENY THAT THEY NEED GOD by Isaiah 53:5 Project

I try to make to make the case, as many great atheist philosophers have done in the past, that the atheistic worldview is devoid of rhyme, reason, justice, meaning, and purpose.

I don’t write these things to win debates, to be right, or to prove that my religious beliefs are superior to others but instead to get people to think about the consequences of their atheism in a way they might not have before…

Tags: #Apologetics, #belief, #Bible, #blog, #blogger, #Christ, #Christianity, #faith, #God, #Jesus, #morality, #religion

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