Thursday, December 8, 2011

Cutting off the air supply of atheism

A number of Christians have written books to combat the recent books of militant New Atheism authors such as Richard Dawkins. For example, there were a number of Christian books published in response to Dawkins' book The God Delusion.

Atheism is a religion. And atheists, time and time again, take away the religious liberty of Christians in order to promote their false religion. Evolution is the air supply of atheism. Directly confronting atheism can be useful. But, the best way for Christianity to prevail against secularism is through preventative medicine. Reaching young people with the gospel and discipling them is a first step. Yet to truly prevail against atheism, cutting off the air supply of atheism is crucial.

The grassroots Question evolution! campaign can reach countless young people before evolutionists indoctrinate them in high school and college. The widespread teaching of evolution is having grave consequences on Christianity and young people are leaving churches in large numbers. In Europe, secularism is rampant.

The direct approach of confronting atheism is important, but the indirect approach of preventing atheism through the cutting off of its air supply is also far more efficient. If Christendom is going to conquer atheist ideology, it makes perfect sense to do so in the quickest and most efficient manner possible. Let's cut atheism off at the knees and vigorously spread the Question evolution! campaign on the internet and in our local communities.

Want to spread the campaign on the internet? We encourage you to read our post Powerful tools to spread and multiply the Question evolution! campaign

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Creation: Timely tool for today’s evangelist

Taking creation evangelism to the streets

Another creation evangelism testimony

2 comments:

  1. This is a very interesting idea: Evolution is where the sun don't shine, and that ought to be where we kick atheism hardest. Great strategy - not only ought we to hit 'em where it hurts, but we should attack in a polemic measure that leads the lost to to be found.

    Excellent post!

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