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I was driving a group of teenagers to a concert last weekend and while we were all talking one of them turned to me and said, “Did you know that there is an actual atheist in the class below me? Can you believe that?” It sounded like she was talking about a Bigfoot sighting. I said, “You don’t have to talk about them that way. Atheism isn’t a disease.” This made the kids chuckle a little. Then one of them said, “Is it contagious?” Not wanting to be outdone I said, “It can be if you don’t know why you believe what you believe.” This made them get quiet for a minute (which I hope means that they were thinking.) Now I want to ask you all to think about this. When you’re talking to an unbeliever are you persuading them or are they persuading you. II Corinthians 5.11 says, “Since, then, we know what it is to fear the Lord, we try to persuade men. . . .” Are you prepared to defend and communicate the message of Christianity to today’s people?

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