Indeed, humankind has probably always been characterized by the primary desire to determine what “spiritual truth” really is. For centuries and centuries, highly educated philosophers and religious men alike have always stood toe-to-toe disagreeing on “spiritual truth.” Since they cannot all be right, this would strongly indicate that education, religious persuasion, or even intelligence has little to do with our discovery of the “real spiritual truth.” If these things were genuinely critical, then obviously, the “spiritual/intellectual giants” of history would have agreed on spiritual truth long ago.

In this work, author Ted Even shows that the disagreeing intellectuals of the past only serve to reinforce Christ’s radical statement about our need to just “become like little children” to discover the spiritual truth and that everyone has the same opportunity to enter the kingdom of heaven on that basis.


If an atheist truly believes in his heart that there is no God, then why would they, along with everyone else, consistently say
“Oh my God!” in many surprising situations?


If more wisdom comes with age in every culture, then why does the percentage of atheists dramatically decrease as the age brackets
of atheists get older?

If the theory of Darwinian evolution is true, and the egg actually came first before the chicken, then where did that egg even come from
(if not from a full-grown hen) and how did that egg ever even get fertilized if not by a full-grown rooster?

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