Thursday, 16 February 2012
Apologetics Parables #1
After Bill Craig had finished speaking to the crowds and teaching them many things, the naturalists, who deny all transcendence, approached him saying, "we have heard you say that all goodness and virtue dwell in and exist from God. We follow no religion, but all day we have been feeding the poor!" To this Craig replied, "to what shall I compare this generation? They are like sailors who, though thinking the world flat, sail around it anyway. Or again, they are like fishermen who, though thinking the lake empty, cast their rods all the same. Or again, they are like diners who, though thinking the wine spent, go to pour another glass."