Catholic Answers: Ready Reasons
Are Atheists Open Minded?
Episode 2 • 2m 16s
Many atheists say, "Of course, I'm open minded, show me the evidence or proof that God exists and I'll believe." But when are presented with proofs for the existence of God those same atheists claim that Christians only believe in a "God of the gaps." So are they really open-minded? Trent explains why the answer is most likely "No."
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