Atheists challenge Christians

Hey everyone, happy Friday!

So, my original plan for tonight’s post was to share some tips about spreading the gospel.

Instead, I have a video that might reveal if you get defensive when it comes to your faith.


When I watched it I got defensive, but I think it was because of the fact that I count on my faith more than anything.

So, when someone starts to question my faith, I automatically get defensive. After I watched that video, I decided that I would work on not being so defensive.

Did you get defensive when you watched the video?

Have a great weekend!

Stay positive and spread the gospel.

The Lord is my strength and my song; he has given me victory. This is my God, and I will praise him—  my father’s God, and I will exalt him! – Exodus 15:2

8 thoughts on “Atheists challenge Christians

      1. Great question. I honestly don’t know. Try using the bible, and as many facts as possible. Unfortunately, most atheists – whether incompetent or not – don’t want to be reached.

        If you’re trying to spread the gospel, start with a daily Bible verse. All we can do is plant the seed and let God do the rest. We can also pray for them. I hope that this helps you.

        For more tips, check my blog at 8PM CT tonight Steppingintomyshoes.com

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      2. Nice baseless claim that “atheists don’t want to be reached”.

        Lots of Christians use that cop out claim of “oh I’m just here to plant the seed and god will do the rest”. Funny how your god does nothing at all. It’s a great way to mask your failure.

        And pray for them? Since this god has a plan, do tell what prayer would do. Most of us atheists would much rather you pray for amputees and burn victims to be healed than have your god bother us. But it is far easier to pretend you are bothering someone rather than showing actual healing of a real injury.

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  1. You’re right, and here’s why:
    The Spirit of the Lord God is upon me, because the Lord has anointed me to bring good news to the poor; he has sent me to bind up the brokenhearted, to proclaim liberty to the captives, and the opening of the prison to those who are bound; Isaiah 61:1

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