Hate the sin but not the sinner.
Hate the enemy but not the atheist.
As Christians we work for our Heavenly Father’s Kingdom–loving the lost. Let’s show the lost what love looks like.
There are too many walls of separation that divide people–sometimes out of fear and sometimes out of anger.
While you can’t force people to accept the good news Jesus has for them you CAN love them.
The enemy wants you to physically hate atheists because our beliefs are different. Granted we have some major conflicting beliefs but that should never prevent you from loving them.
I think our society has a pre-conceived notion that atheists are the devil–when they clearly are not. We see confrontation–unwinnable confrontations. The walls of fear is not something we should be concerned about. We should just simply love them.
Jesus says “love your enemies”. What he did not say is love The enemy. There is a big difference as Christians you probably don’t see eye to eye on a lot of things but that is not where hope ends.
This is precisely where hope begins. It is good for the man who searches for truth. When a man is this fired up his search for truth he will not end until he is satisfied.
Let him search and ask questions. You…take comfort in Jesus’ words, “For those who have an ear, let them hear.”