Next weekend, we’ll begin a 3 part sermon series called The Skeptical Believer: Making Peace with Your Inner Atheist.
I get to kick-off the series, and I thought I would do so by tackling Doubt and Disbelief as seriously as I possibly can.
And I’d like your help.
What do you think is the best, most compelling reason not to believe in God?
It can be an intellectual argument or it can be a moral argument. Your choice.
If you’re a believer, what’s that nagging doubt in the back of your mind?
If you’re a believer without any nagging doubts, first get real and then put yourself in the shoes of a skeptic and give me a reason not to believe.
If you don’t believe in God at all, give me your best case.
I’ll give/send a free copy of Daniel Taylor’s book, The Skeptical Believer, to the person who gives the best argument.