Expected to be Logical


Defense of Faith

“If you were to enter into a discussion with an atheist, you might try asking if they expect you to be logical in stating your case for the existence of God. They would certainly say, “Yes, of course.” They would probably even think that it was a very odd question. Then you could ask them why they think you should be logical. If they’ve never had anyone ask this question before (which is very likely) they may stammer a bit for an answer (which is very understandable), but eventually they would convey to you that it is the only way to really have a meaningful conversation. Let’s convert all of this to a sample conversation that will make it easier to follow.

Christian: Do you expect me to be logical in stating my case for the existence of God?

Atheist: Yes of course! That’s a very odd question.

Christian: Why…

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