Posts Tagged ‘supernatural’

Sharing our God given talents, our supernaturally endowed qualities and His divine love are the best gifts we can give.

Transformation is a lifelong process. Being skeptical is natural, trusting is supernatural.

One of the most difficult things to find in the world we live in is quiet time. Interruptions are everywhere and everything is urgent. It also seems that the more we look for the interruptions and accept the urgency, their frequency only increases. It is so important to make or take some time today to be still, to shut the world out for a time and connect with our God. When we do this somehow the world slows down and we are so much more equipped to help others navigate the craziness of their lives.

There are many in the world with this view. Most refer to themselves as atheists, which is a term whose Greek root means without God. Atheists tend to be skeptical of the supernatural and have a number of reasons they deny the existence of Deity, among them, the lack of empirical evidence, the problem of evil and the existence of inconsistent revelations. Other lines of thinking that play into many atheists philosophy are; the law of parsimony, the case of non-belief and they believe the burden of proof should be on we who say there is a God and not on them to prove there isn’t. Well this is already a mouthful; maybe this is going to take longer than I thought. Tomorrow we’ll start digging into each of these arguments and explore some answers so we will be better able to love folks that don’t know God at all.