The Christian Atheist: I believe in God, but don’t think He’s fair

One of the most difficult questions we ask about God is whether or not we can trust Him. Bad things happen and our faith wavers. Does this make us “bad” Christians? No… but we can still battle against our tendency to only put our faith and trust in God when our circumstances match our expectations. This week in our “Christian Atheist” series we address When we believe in God, but don’t think He’s fair.

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