Conversion | Christianity | Seriousness | Skepticism

“…as they passed through Phoencia and Samaria, they told how the pagans had been converted” (Acts 15:31).

Gilbert West was a noted British educator and author. Sir Edward Littleton was a famous English judge. West and Littleton had one thing in common: both were complete skeptics concerning Christ and Christianity. They not only doubted the validity of the Lord’s way of life, they openly opposed it. At one point in their lives, the two men agreed on a joint course of action to “rid the world of this religion of a madman,” as they put it. They vowed to disprove Christianity for all time. And they would begin by totally discrediting two key New Testament stories: 1) the Resurrection of…

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