Yes Mam,--The good Samaritan , doesn't stop and ask 'are you Christian or an atheist? He just helps you. and I am sure there are Atheist, that don't ask that question either, just help his fellow man. That is what it is all about.<quoted text>
I also haven't figured out why Christian – the supposed to be 'love thy neighbour' example – can be so crude, loud, and offensive.
Looks like what you give you get back.
I could only imagine the most upsetting value of the Christian/Atheist exchange of is simply that.
If we met them in the street – or as the good Samaritan aid – would be the better way to approach, to be put into practise, rather than pushing anything beyond injury.
Ja... WSJLM? I don't believe he could if my pride was bigger than my belief.
Still, all it takes for changing , is simply believeing Jesus died for our sins, and ask Him into out hearts. He will come in.