Tag Archives: Psalm 14:1

Practical Atheists

John Stonestreet is a commentator for BreakPoint, a Christian worldview ministry established by Chuck Colson in 1991. Stonestreet recently wrote, “What if a time-traveler from the early church secretly followed you from Monday until Saturday evening, would they be able … Continue reading

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This Is Our Season

This time of year, atheists gleefully point out that some of the Christmas traditions that we cherish have a background in various pagan rituals. They think that they are belittling Christianity because non-Christians observed these traditions first. In fact, they … Continue reading

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Don’t Be a Fool!

You’ve probably heard the old story about a group of atheists who were trying to get their own holiday. Then someone pointed out to them that atheists already had a day—April Fools Day! Psalm 14:1 says, “The fool says in … Continue reading

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Does God Know?

Maybe you heard about the atheist parents who were trying to pass along their lack of faith to their young son. One night as they were tucking him into bed for the night, the young fellow asked, “Mommy and Daddy, … Continue reading

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Atheist Chaplain?!

The New York Times reports that atheists are hoping to have an atheist leader join the chaplaincy corps. A group called Military Atheists and Secular Humanists, or MASH, is planning to ask the Army to appoint an atheist lay leader … Continue reading

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Whose Day?

By now you probably know that today is April Fools’ Day. If you are just being reminded of that fact, perhaps I have spared you from a prank that someone who supposedly loves you is preparing to spring on you. … Continue reading

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