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Helping our youth fight aggressive atheism July 15, 2008

Posted by christianworldviewtraining in Uncategorized.

Does anyone really doubt that the evolution proponents in local high schools are not cheering on Christopher Hitchens and the other new breed of evangelistic atheists?

In the book, Hitchens writes “monotheistic religion is a plagiarism of a plagiarism of a hearsay of a hearsay, of an illusion of an illusion, extending all the way back to a fabrication of a few nonevents.”

The teacher who believes in evolution and teaches freshman Biology is ready for the kids. Are we? Christian middle schools and youth groups had better step up and prepare their kids for what awaits them. Biblelessons4youth can help, of course, but the key is to do something. Anything! I strongly feel Christian schools are in a better position to train students to make a defense of the faith than Church youth groups. The best situation, however, is for Christian middle schools and youth groups to work together to prepare these kids for the tough questions they are sure to face in high school.


1. Samuel Skinner - July 15, 2008

Another one of these… I swear, it is amazing how many Christians claim they are the one, TRUE faith, and yet at the same time treat their belief system as some sort of marketing scheme.

“Christianity- part of a complete breakfast!”

Seriously, if it is true than you have nothing to fear- true belief about reality win out over false ones- it just takes time. Of course if your belief is false, you are going to have a hard time supporting and defending it.

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