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  1. John Czyzewski
    September 5, 2009 @ 8:54 pm

    “Whether they are religious, and worship idols, like these people in Athens, or whether they are irreligious, and worship themselves, they’re worshipping something. And, all you have to do to prove that is follow the trail of their time, their money, and their desires. And, at the end of that trail, you will find something on the throne that they’re worshipping. You follow their time, their money, and their desires, and on that throne you’ll find something. And usually you know what you’ll find? You’ll find themselves. And whatever that is, is what they’re worshipping. And so it’s not that we have to go out into the world and talk with some people that aren’t worshippers, whereas we are. Everybody’s worshipping. The only question is: who are you going to worship?” – Ligon Duncan, from “Has Science Disproved the Existence of God?” given at the Ligonier 2008 Fall Conference “Tough Questions Christians Face”.

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