Your relationship with God is just a psychological crutch

Your relationship with God is just a psychological crutch

Has anyone ever told you that your faith is a ‘crutch?’ I remember getting into a cab outside a central London church. The cabbie took one look at my Bible and launched into his opinion of Christianity. He explained to me that belief in God is a crutch for weak, pathetic people who don’t have the strength to take responsibility for their own lives. When I answered, “Thank you very much”, with just a hint of irony, he blustered on with, “Well, I’m just saying it for your own good. A girl like you doesn’t need religion!”

Is the Christian faith intellectual nonsense?

Is the Christian faith intellectual nonsense?

Article by Ravi Zacharias Read Ravi’s full biography ‘If God exists and takes an interest in the affairs of human beings, his will is not inscrutable,” writes Sam Harris about the 2004 tsunami in Letter to a Christian Nation. “The only thing inscrutable here is...
Isn’t it all just a matter of faith?

Isn’t it all just a matter of faith?

Michael Ramsden | Article

‘Faith is believing what you want to believe, yet cannot prove.’ Sadly many people, including many Christians, live with this definition of faith. For some it feels liberating. It means being able to believe in anything that you want to – and the more silly the belief is, the more faith you have.

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