Monday, December 29, 2008

An atheist on evangelism in Africa

In the TimesOnline, a committed atheist who once lived in Africa gives his insights on Christian evangelism in Africa. If you only read one article this week, please read this. It is outstanding! (Hat tip: Mitch H.)

1 comment:

Jason said...

His heart is truly hardened if he see's all the good that comes from Christ transforming lives, but still doesn't even come to a possible inclination of truth in Christ.

He reminds me of Benjamin Franklin who truly admired and appreciated Christianity, more specifically John Wesley when he saw him speak, but didn't want to believe in it. He believed it was also necessary for the betterment of society.

It's rather odd to me to whole heartedly disagree with something, but admire it or believe it can be used as an end for something good.