Can you think of a situation where two people are praying for different things that should both be given, but they can’t both be answered YES?
Is this a convincing argument? Why or why not?
Greetings Pastafarians! Not interested in traditional Gods like Zeus or Thor? Why not try The Flying Spaghetti Monster? Just say his prayer:
A secular answer: No, God is not talking to you. Your imaginary friend wasn’t really talking to you when you were six, and your imaginary friend isn’t really talking to you now. It only seems that way. Many people never grow out of the imaginary friend stage of life.
This article is a good discussion background for why Christian Nationalism is unconstitutional and unscriptural.
For another important article on the topic, see: https://www.salon.com/2022/11/10/did-christian-nationalism-lose-in-the-midterms-sort-of–but-its-not-going-away/
Not sure what to dress up as on Halloween? Why not spook out your religious friends and go as an atheist?!
So, God is going to bless those who bless Abraham, which means He is going to bless those who bless Israel
God’s a turnaround specialist. He can turn your:
-mess into a message
-test into a testimony
-victimhood into victory
He’d get it right the first time around, but is bored and likes the drama
New article from TIME:
- Studies from the Pew Research Center have highlighted a “rapidly growing” group dubbed the “nones,” because they don’t identify with a religion. Largely made up of young people who were raised in a faith but later left it, the “nones” are changing how religion is seen in the U.S. And while not every single “none” is an atheist, it’s clear that the younger generations are disregarding religion at rates never seen before, and that more Americans than ever are going to have to inform their families that they don’t share their faith. With a stigma against atheists that often paints us as Satan worshipers or even worse, that task can be daunting for some non-believers.
See full article here: https://time.com/6128721/tell-your-family-you-are-an-atheist/