VENTURA, CA ‚Äď A new evangelistic movement has emerged in America. Yet this effort does not spring from those loyal to a particular faith or religious view.
The new evangelists are atheists. People who have determined there is no God or who doubt his existence (a group commonly known as agnostics) are adopting a more aggressive, intentional effort to discredit the notion that God exists and to critique people of faith. Widely reviewed new books such as The God Delusion and God is Not Great represent this movement.
Beyond the bestseller lists, however, a new survey shows there is indeed a significant gap between Christians and those Americans who are in the ‚Äúno-faith‚ÄĚ camp. For instance, most atheists and agnostics (56%) agree with the idea that radical Christianity is just as threatening in America as is radical Islam. At the same time, two-thirds of Christians (63%) who have an active...
Thank you for your witness to God's saving power. As two saved out of the darkness of Romanism, my wife and I are glad like you to give Him all the glory. It is absolutely certain that without His grace we would still be lost. "For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God." (Eph 2 v 8)
I used to be an evangelistic atheist. I was on a crusade to save the world from the delusion of religion. Thank God he had mercy on me and brought circumstances into my life that brought me to senses and to His grace. Many atheists & agnostics are well-meaning but deeply deluded people.