by Robert D. Hales
I recently read about an interview an actor gave in which he was asked about God. A well known atheist, he did not hold back and said some things that would make any God-fearing soul cringe.
He is entitled to his opinion and I’m not going to try and change his mind. There is no way I possibly could. I found his words more hurtful than anything. It’s not my place to be offended by his belief but I thought it quite sad that his life has been so void of light that he has no idea the true nature of our Heavenly Father and His Son, Jesus Christ. That this older gentleman has lived his life without seeing the miracle of God’s hand in it.
That, to me, is more tragic than anything. And I feel sorry for him even though he would mock my pity.