One of the greatest problems with Christianity today is people picking their so called Christian belief system, denomination, or non-denomination denomination, based on what they want. This means instead of seeking fellowship from the standpoint of scriptural principles, they seek it according to their own personal desires. (Example: Often, I will go with this fellowship because it makes me feel good.)
In a way it is like eating at a pizza place. Continue reading One Canadian Bacon Church, Please!
I believe our neighbors aren’t atheists because I see them bowing to a large idol in their backyard and burning animal sacrifices every Wednesday. Hey, Honey I believe the dog ran off. I haven’t seen him since last Wednesday. I believe women are more probundgant Continue reading The English Word Believe is Unbelievable
The Question: Can someone be an Atheist and Christian at the same time?
A person who quickly looks at that question and perhaps puts little thought to it would probably answer no. I speak from the concept that today, most people, who use the term atheist hold it as a word that means a person that does not believe in the existence of God. I mean nada, no God. This is the definition that I am applying to the question.
Not too long ago, I remember sitting in a room of mostly educators, many having their doctor degrees in various subjects. After finishing our first topic of discussion, the subject of believing in God came up. Then a request of the showing of hands was made? Continue reading Atheist and Christian at the Same Time?