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[VIDEO] Present this argument to atheists the next time you argue with them

Discussion in 'General Discussions' started by Juk, Jul 21, 2015.

  1. If they refute the message in this video, then they are the ones who are truly ignorant.

    Note: I do not agree with all of TheLutheranSatire's theology.
  2. Juk focus on your walk in Christ. Try stopping all this wasted time in trying convince others and work to grow in Him. You claim you want this close walk in Christ with the Father - well stop playing games and allow His word to change you. If you truly desire it you will do what ever it takes. How willing are you ?

    Just sayen me friend just a sayen
    God Bless
  3. What do you think I would I need this silly video for?
  4. Read the first sentence.
  5. @Juk, you are concentrating far too much energy on Atheists.
    I would recommend that you pray for them, however don't get hung up by it.
    Read the Word and spend time with God...that's all that's necessary. You can tell an Atheist about God etc, however its down to them if they wish to accept Christ.
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  6. Atheists are all spiritually ignorant. We don't need to ply them with YouTube videos. We need to simply love them to Jesus, rather than arguing with them endlessly. Our lives lived before them tells them more than any video or wordy argument can.
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  7. I'm going to be honest, that video was complete nonsense and I hope you don't show nonbelievers this inept attempt at professing your hope in Christ. My apologies if this seems crass, but God did not give us reasoning through His word to show something as damaging as this to nonbelievers. How does this video in any way show the love and hope that is in Christ Jesus? When someone asks you to give an account of your hope in Jesus, with gentleness and reverence, how do you respond to them? The last question is rhetorical, but if you wish to answer, please do.

    There are many biblical tactics which can be deployed when reasoning with a nonbeliever about our hope in Christ. A powerful one is the no answer, answer tactic; see Proverbs 26:4-5. Keep your focus on the Lord, not these silly videos. I was caught up with these nonsensical distractions for a time, yet the Lord led me away from them and for good reason, they do much more harm than good.
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