As an Atheist, I truly Believe Africa Needs God – Matthew Parris

Occasionally we are reminded that there are truth seekers who are currently Atheist whom God is speaking to in the solitude within their hearts. Such should have our prayers


Ravi Zacharias, the prominent Christian philosopher, apologist, author, and international speaker spoke in the “Coexist? The Question of (In)Tolerance” conference the LittleJohn Coliseum, Clemson, SC. In his address, he read an article by an Atheist, Matthew Paris that was formerly published in The Times on 27 December 2008 and later reposted in the The Richard Dawkins Foundation‘s official website.

Parris argues the relevance of Christian theism or need of God in poverty and violence stricken nation. Hope you enjoy the post:

Before Christmas I returned, after 45 years, to the country that as a boy I knew as Nyasaland. Today it’s Malawi, and The Times Christmas Appeal includes a small British charity working there. Pump Aid helps rural communities to install a simple pump, letting people keep their village wells sealed and clean. I went to see this work.

It inspired me, renewing my flagging faith in development charities…

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