This is the post I wrote up for The Isaiah 53:5 Project on Friday. I thought I’d re-blog it here. I’m going to leave comments on so anyone who wants to comment or ask a question for next Friday, can do so here.
I’m going to answer it in parts because it’s a multi-part question and I think I’ll be able to answer it best in smaller bites.
So James starts with:
I was an atheist for the first 30 years of my life so I get what it means to lack a belief in God. When I was an atheist however, I never had a very hard time understanding Christian theology, although I didn’t care for it or buy any of it, as it is taught and understood by Christians.
I can see why this might frustrate Christians, but I think the biggest mistake you make here is assuming that everyone:
- Understands everything the same way you do. For example, to…
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