Top 5 Arguments Christians Should Stop Using

Sometimes the atheist is right. Sometimes Christians make bad arguments for the existence of God, or the Bible, or why you should believe in Jesus. I’ve heard some bad arguments, but here are the top 5 according to John Dunfee.

Top 5 Arguments Christians Should Stop Using

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  1. ON LANGUAGE

    There is a Subtle Difference betwix ‘Can’ and ‘Able’ (Cain and Abel 🤔 ?); in précìs:

    ♤ ‘Can’ is The Capacity ALL Homo Sapiens Possess
    ♤ ‘Able’ is The Capacity We Develop in to Ability
    ♤ Ergo ‘I Can’ and ‘I AM Able’ ARE Different

    …so, for example; I Can:

    ♡ Climb – Basic Ability
    ♡ Cook – Intermediate Ability
    ♡ Create – Advanced Ability
    ♡ Clean – Intermediate Ability
    ♡ Curate – Basic Ability
    ♡ Communicate – Advanced Ability

    …please Take Time to THINK!!! about ‘I AM Able’ vs ‘I Can’ and why We Take Our CHOICES!!! to Develop Certain Capacity and Shy Away from Other Capacity; ask anything especially around ENVY AND JEALOUSY 😖😨😳😵😡😠!!! please…

    …♡♡♡…

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  2. I dont find posts like this very helpful, since no thoughtful, best responce(s) is offered besides advising what not to say.
    Atheists as a group seem to unanimously set the bar so high and demand an astounding proof, perhaps a sign or a miracle before their eyes, they’ll not receive many (or any) an explanation towards God existence. But I think it is very important for a Christian to explore of him/herself, and our Bible says this, Have an explanation for the gaith that you have both in and out of season, in all occasions be ready to witness soundly when asked – Why do we believe in God, why do we have faith in Jesus? As for the atheist or those who dont know what to think about God, experiences throughout their lives (and I do believe God is working on many a heart all the time), might soften their heart toward God later on? A painful or heavy trial may persuade them to seek God. The difficulties of life might just have to take their course, and witness for themselves how a Christian might have more hope, joy, patience, love, perseverance and victories over and through troubles than they themselves have had, before they’re (the prodigal) open to the possibility that they may be wrong about God. Where do those who dont know God reside today? In the darkness where there will be weaping and knashing of teeth. Perhaps they have to come to realise that’s where they’re at, God will have to reveal it to them, that their way is not the right way. Parable of the Sower comes to mind of course. Ive had some conversations with atheists – and those who believe in a god but question how anyone can know who he is or which of the many gods represented in the world are true. But even as I didn’t convince them, sometimes they say to me, You’re not like other Christians, you listen and don’t take what I personally believe as an personal offense. That’s a shame that not all of their interpersonal moments with Christians doesn’t reflect God’s love. Our willingness to speak about God, listen carefully, patiently and be kind/gentle throughout the conversation, is part of our full witness. Anger is unconvincing. And I do think this takes practice. I practice with my friends and family, of which we have mutual respect for one another before the conversation begins, as well as after. God’s love is the proof of God, Jesus is God’s love for us, and his steadfastness, his pursuit of us, for his glory and purpose, despite our sin, is his love on full display. So if God’s truth is not persuasive to some, perhaps your steadfast love for God who first loved us, living as God wills, and having love for sinners, for all our neighbors, family, friends, in God’s truth may be convincing to them after all else is said. We must be witnessing, not just in the truth in speach, but also by our behavior. The whole world is watching Christians.

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