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More than 1,000 Christians have prayed for me. They haven’t prayed that I should be happy and healthy (one even prayed that I should lose the use of my legs), they have prayed that God should reveal himself to me and that I should become a believer.
Well, that is 1,000 failed prayers right there. But it got me thinking. I’m not the only atheist being prayed for. Millions of atheists must be the subject of similar prayers. In fact, God must have heard billions of such prayers.
So how has God answered this torrent of earnest prayers? He hasn’t. I’m still an atheist and the rate of conversions from atheist back to Christian/ Islam is very low indeed. Furthermore, the rate of Christians/ Muslims converting to atheism is growing.
What does this mean? Either God prefers atheists to Christians or he doesn’t answer prayers or he doesn’t exist.
It’s interesting, those prayers have actually become evidence confirming atheism is correct.
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