Colossians 2:8
“Beware lest any man spoil you through philosophy and vain deceit, after the tradition of men, after the rudiments of the world, and not after Christ.”

Someone who professes to neither believe nor disbelieve in the existence of God is considered to be an agnostic. They propose that nothing is known or can be known of the existence of God or of anything beyond natural phenomena. It isn’t that they disbelieve in God, they just don’t have faith in Him if He does exist. They are simply using the most educated guess they can to describe someone they certainly have never experienced for themselves. They are trying to describe Truth with error.  

The human mind is in error to start with. Anyone can naturally observe a young child begin to lie and be mischievous without being taught to be so. King David wrote, “In sin did my mother conceive me, I was shapen in iniquity in my mother's womb.” (Psalm 51:5) So to try to construct or deconstruct a supernatural being with a finite mind is ludicrous. Therefore, we have to have some kind of measurement or key to know whether or not God exists.

The measurement or key is revelation, faith. It is a sixth sense that the Scripture tells us is a gift from God. Without faith it is impossible to please God. The Scripture tells us to beware of vain philosophy and vain deceit, meaning beware of foolish attempts to disprove something that is above the mind's ability to even adequately describe. It leads to foolish talk following foolish traditions.

This is a Scripture that Believers need to turn on themselves sometimes. Are we susceptible to foolish philosophies? Are you firmly grounded in a revelation of who Jesus Christ is to you personally? Don’t try to describe Truth with an error. Embrace the Truth.

52-0810E - “Jesus Christ The Same Yesterday, Today, And Forever”
Here the other day, a doctor said, “I—I studied to be a minister, studied four years. I become an agnostic; I throwed the thing up. There’s nothing to none of it.” He said, “I studied Mohammed. They had virgin births. Buddha, they had virgin births. Here’s the Bible…” I said, “Just a minute, doctor.” I said, “You’re trying to compare error with Truth.” That’s right. People say, “Why, he’s a… That’s mental telepathy. That’s reading the mind.” You’re trying to compare error with Truth. I said, “One of them is ridiculous and the other one’s sublime.” That’s right. They can’t prove one thing, Mohammed can’t. And neither…” I said, “I visit the grave of most all them founders. But where is Jesus buried today?” I said, “He rose again.”

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