A long time ago – 2000 years ago, to be more precise – a pretty smart guy wrote to the Christians at Collosae: “I say this so that no one will delude you [away from your faith in Christ] with persuasive argument. (2:4) He continued a few verses later: “See to it that no one takes you captive through philosophy and empty deception, according to the tradition of men, according to the elementary principles of the world, rather than according to Christ. 9 For in Him all the fullness of Deity dwells in bodily form, 10 and in Him you have been made complete . . . .” (verses 8-10).
One of the many arguments in the 21st century used by atheists and others antagonistic to and hateful of Christian faith is the alleged mythological character of our faith. You’ve probably heard the accusations most often parroted by people who have never themselves investigated our faith, but are nonetheless content to simply echo to others their baseless opinions. Their favorite words are superstition, fairy tales, fantasy, and similar pejoratives.
To that argument, I like to recommend those who disparage Christianity as fit only for young children and senile adults to do a simple internet search with the key words such as: Famous Christian scientists, or Famous Christian biologists – or something similar. And then I ask them if they are really willing to declare those many Nobel Laureates and other scientific greats to be superstitious fools?
Or perhaps they know something about the universe – indeed, even our own body’s astounding intricacies – that led them to their conclusion of faith in God?
Here is only one link: http://bit.ly/2vT14uL