What can you say about the mind of believers and the mind of an atheist?
Atheists and liberals have wrapped themselves up in branding as the smart, peaceful and better side.
This lets them demonize those who disagree with them as bad, stupid, evil, violent. All while ignoring the 100 million killed by atheist Communist regimes and agnostic socialist states.
As a former agnostic, I can speak to that mind only:
Back then, I was my ultimate concern.
Now, as a believer, Christ is my ultimate concern.
A ''believer" has knowledge of God's revealed will, each individual acting as the divine Spirit leads according to His nature i.e. -Love. While in human flesh, known as Son of God, Jesus said '' He who loves me will be loved by my Father, and I too will love him and reveal myself to him." As simply as it is , the apostle explaines, 'for who has known the mind of the Lord, so as to instruct him? But we have the mind of Christ."
Obviously, the mind of believers is revealed in their deeds - as showed by the man of Nazareth; while the rest of the world's mind is mere oposition to that of the Creaor's will.
That all humans have human minds, which means we all have filters, we all have our delusions, we all think we're following what's true, and we all think it's the other guy who's wrong.
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