Would You Rethink Your Atheism After a Loved One’s Death? June 5, 2018

Would You Rethink Your Atheism After a Loved One’s Death?

Brandon Fibbs recently lost his 96-year-old grandfather, a retired pastor and missionary. Brandon knew the day was coming and wasn’t expecting his own atheism to “crack” after it happened. Still, he wondered if, once the finality of it all set in, he might rethink the afterlife and the idea that maybe they’d be reunited in the future.

You can hear his story in this beautiful video:

The conclusion is well worth listening to.

(via Plumbline Pictures)

"Once again, we hear about child molesters in the clergy who are now long dead, ..."

In Emotional Video, Theologian Paul Maxwell ..."
"Jeezy preaches love. Religion teaches hate in the name of jeezy"

A Black Woman’s Prayer to “Hate ..."
"I dislike Louis Farrakhan as much as I do David Duke. Bigotry is bigotry."

A Black Woman’s Prayer to “Hate ..."
"I do also. Sometimes I think the voices in my head re arguing with each ..."

A Black Woman’s Prayer to “Hate ..."

Browse Our Archives

What Are Your Thoughts?leave a comment