Responses to Atheists and Your Toughest Faith Questions

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Dr. Brown tackles your toughest faith-related questions and then interviews with Christian biochemist Fuz Rana who offers three keys to sharing the gospel with atheists. Listen live here 2-4 pm EST, and call into the show at (866) 348 7884 with your questions and comments.

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2 Comments
  1. Im a bit stunned how paltry the commenting has been here. In these times you cant ask for more misery to comment about.

  2. I have a co-worker that lost his faith because of misery and suffering. He calls himself an Irish Catholic, so I have always spoken to him as if he believed in God, etc. But one day I started to sense some strange conclusions he was coming too and so I asked him a few probing questions, boiling down to me straight out asking “You believe in Jesus, right?” to which he said. “If you put a gun to my head, I’d have to say no.” so hes catholic who does not believe in Jesus. I asked him some more questions and found out he lost his belief in God when his nephew was born with Downs Syndrome, “If there’s a good and powerful God, why would He let my nephew be born with a debilitating disease that will affect him all of his life.”

    He said he had asked his priest and was not given a satisfactory answer (i’m not sure what the answer given was) and so he stopped believing. He did say that he really wants it to be true because that would give him a lot of comfort (if God existed), but that with suffering in the world he just doesnt see it as being possible that God exists.

    That is my current mission field. Tackling my co-workers difficulties with suffering and the existence of God.

    I am also open to any advice, resources, ways of presenting a case that anyone might recommend.

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