Overcoming a Fear of Atheism

There you stand, tense and exasperated, with your dizzied mind desperately searching for a rebuttal to a snarky remark about your faith from a particularly contentious atheist. Frustrated, you come up dry. I am sure you’ve been in this situation before; many Christians have.

Yet, because you couldn’t respond to the atheist’s argument—and, admittedly, because the argument made you doubt an aspect of your faith—a spirit of fear and timidity toward atheism grows inside you. So often, Christians forgo opportunities to share the gospel with atheists because of this timidity.

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Loved by the Lord Jesus and my wife. Associate Dean and Assistant Professor at the University of Mobile. Teaching Elder at Mars Hill Church (Mobile, Ala). PhD student at Southern Seminary. Host of So What? Podcast. Theologaster thinking at the intersection of the gospel, worldview, and religion. Eamus Catuli. John 14:6.

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“Apatheism: Engaging Skepticism in an Age of Indifference”
Government Street UMC, Mobile, Alabama
Monday, September 10, 2018 @ 6:30p

“Eunice Kinney: A Strangite Woman Alone in the Faith”
John Whitmer Historical Association
Independence, Missouri
Friday, September 21, 2018 @ 4:45p

“Choosing Hemlock or Parsley: A Survey of Apatheism and Theological Acedia”
Evangelical Philosophical Society
Denver, Colorado
Thursday, November 15, 2018 @ 2:40p

“Defining Apatheism in Relation to Theological Acedia”
American Academy of Religion
Denver, Colorado
Sunday, November 18, 2018 @ 6:00p

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