Not many Americans would call themselves atheists; only about 3% according to Pew Research. But that doesn’t count the practicing atheists. I’m thinking about all the people who religiously go to church on Sundays but live the other six-and-a-half days as though heaven is empty and the Bible is fiction.
I’m not even talking about secret sins that weaken ourtestimony. Think about all those honest, open conversations between Bible believers, those of us who call ourselves Evangelicals.
Surely, we can all agree that friends must be able to speak honestly to each other, and without condemnation. But when another follower of Christ confides in me that he’s undermining his jerk supervisor at work, what am I supposed to do with the New Testament idea of honoring God by the way I treat those in authority? (1 Peter 2:19) Atheism says the boss is a loser: he’s got it coming…
View original post 325 more words