For the last several years I have done plenty of outreach on a major college campus. I have also been the director  of an apologetics ministry as well. On the college campus where I am located at, there are a fair amount of atheists. Hence, I talk to at least four to five atheists a week.  I have also spoken to plenty of agnostics and people from other religious backgrounds. But over the years I have seen several patterns emerge. In other words, when I probe deeper and ask students why they are atheists or how they define their atheism, I see the same things. So here is what I continue to see:

1. Students don’t know how to think about God 

How do we know God exists?  Over the years, when I have been asked this question, I used to just jump to an argument for God. I would…

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