1) If the God of the Bible exists
2) And it is generally accepted that he wants the world to believe in him (1 Timothy 2:3-4, 2 Peter 3:9, Ezekiel 18:23, John 3:16-17).
3) Why is it that roughly two-thirds of the world, possibly more, lack the basic underlying assumptions needed to conceive of this God correctly?
4) Not only that, but why is it that even when many people are confronted with the Bible’s claims, they remain in a place of uncertainty and/or disbelief?
5) Would this be attributed to human choice or would it seem more evident that if this God exists he has failed to provide the means to bring the world into a correct understanding?
Thanks for your input. I’m trying to help all of the Apologists out there!
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4 thoughts on “Is The Christian God Failing Us?

    1. I’m not sure how else we could reconcile this alleged desire of God? If a God exists, and this God highly desires for the world to embrace him, then, essentially, why are so many believers in deity and nonbelievers in deity left in the dark? Why are we grasping at straws so to speak?

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      1. Just about everything that Christians do, is evidence that their god is impotent and that they know it. That’s why they step in and try to do what they know that their god won’t actually do.

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