Saturday, October 14, 2017

Jordan Peterson Is A Gateway Drug To Christianity #EvenKlavan

This is a video of confessions, coming out, and Christ.

Many young truth-seekers have found themselves enamoured with the work of one Doctor Jordan B Peterson, and it is evident from his success as a public commentator and teacher of psychology, philosophy, and even his own brand of theology (heavily informed by Jungian archetypal psychology) that he is touching hearts and minds, and starting a movement.

But does Jordan Peterson’s evolutionary psychology oriented analysis of the Biblical stories have the power to turn atheists into true believing Christians? James at The Rational Rise says “yes!”, because it happened to him. Naturally, atheist Sven has some questions…

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Originally published at The Rational Rise

1 comment:

  1. James, I just listened to this video and Atheist v Christian Round 2 and I am rejoicing with great joy to hear that you are now a living sacrifice! In some ways your story is mine. I was passionate for Christ as a child, walked away because of Christians, and rediscovered the joy of my salvation through apologetics. Listening to you talking to your friend is clear proof that He restores the years the locust has eaten! Since you are such an avid reader and a philosopher, I recommend The Divine Conspiracy by Dallas Willard. And for further discussion with Sven check out Bruxy Cavey (The Meeting House) "Pointing At Jesus". He has a brilliantly practical approach to sharing Jesus with a friend who is willing to acknowledge Jesus is a great teacher. N.T.Wright's "The Resurrection of the Son of God" is a magnificent resource. And finally, I hope you will check out Reasons to Believe. Hugh Ross's perspective on creation and Fuz Rana's understanding of human history will give you a fuller view of the wide range of belief within the Christian community. Oh, there is so much I long to say to my "little brother" but I don't want to make this comment too long. Besides, I know your story will delight my network, and I'm off now to share it! I will keep you in prayer as I continue to watch the Lord working in your life.