Read in the past week:
“It's impossible to convince an atheist that God isn't the problem, however, that perhaps it is their view of God that is at fault.
“Atheists are basically saying that our own free will is a mistake.”
“Of course, atheistic reasoning is always of this shallow variety. They choose not to believe and any argument is just a thin veil over that choice.”
“…I have not seriously attempted a collegiate level study of evolution. That is probably more than the evolutionists have ventured into the bible however.”
“Those who claim the Bible is dated and therefore irrelevant and of no value today often go unchallenged. Their assertion is that just because a text was written many years ago, it must therefore be outdated, of little to no use, and incapable of speaking to, addressing, or affecting things in the present.”
“They have merely assumed ahead of time that God does not exist, and therefore the Bible is just like any other book.”
“Nearly every atheist I've encountered who professed to have a deep knowledge and understanding of Christian theology had nothing of the sort, but instead seemed to have stopped studying once they felt their own suspicions were confirmed.”
No. Nope. Wrong. Not from what I’ve read.
It’s like getting the pain from a brain-freeze without the pleasure of the ice cream.