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Old 04-27-2009, 12:25 PM
 
Location: Cornelius
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Go here for an answer to each objection: Top 10 reasons for not being a Christian (http://www.rapturealert.com/toptenreasons.html - broken link)

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Top 10 reasons for not being a Christian

by Hal Lindsey of Hal Lindsey Oracle

Over the course of my ministry, I've pretty much heard all the objections to Christianity the world has to offer. Here are what I would consider the "Top 10 Objections" to becoming a Christian.

1. "Seeing is believing. I've never seen God, so how do I know He exists?"

2. "I may have broken the Ten Commandments, but I do good things for people. If God is fair, the scales will balance."

3. "Christianity is oppressive to women."

4. "The Bible was written by men."

5. "Churches are full of hypocrites."

6. "Christians think they are better than non-Christians."

7. "There is too much suffering in the world for there to be a loving God."

8. "Christianity isn't fair. What about all those people who have never heard the Gospel? Will they all go to Hell because they haven't heard about Jesus Christ?"

9. I've tried to read the Bible. I can't understand it.

10. Christians are sinners, according to their own teaching. So what is the difference between a Christian who sins and a non-believer?
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Old 04-27-2009, 01:41 PM
 
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I was whitnessing to a man at a factory I used to work at. With all the spitefulness he could muster he told me: "Churches are full of hypocrites." And I replied, "At least they know where to go to get help."
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Old 04-27-2009, 01:52 PM
 
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I was whitnessing to a man at a factory I used to work at. With all the spitefulness he could muster he told me: "Churches are full of hypocrites." And I replied, "At least they know where to go to get help."
I like that, how about You must have met a good Christian to know a bad Christian.
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