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History is replete with examples of prominent atheists who became devout Christians as a result of research and other effort on their parts that was aimed at disproving Christianity. It seems these days that more and more formerly committed and outspoken atheists are becoming committed and outspoken Christians. This happens when they begin to make honest inquiry relative to facts and exercise whatever ability they have to honestly, mentally, process these facts.

Atheism is based on error, willful ignorance, emotional insecurity and wicked and consuming pride. It can only be sustained as long as an atheist is able to resist whatever it is that might threaten their position. These are those whose attitude is “My mind is made up; don’t confuse me with facts.”

If you are and atheist and want to remain one or know someone else who is and wants to remain one here’s something that C. S. Lewis said that might be helpful: “A young atheist,” he said, “can’t be too careful about what he reads, and must steadfastly protect his ignorance.” (Share this if you can, with as many people as you can).


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