The Great Miscalculation
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The Great Miscalculation

Psalms 14:1-7 (ID: 0559)

While atheism often cloaks itself in intellectualism, the Bible tells us it is foolish to say there is no God. Drawing from the Psalms, Alistair Begg teaches that unbelief often begins with the desire for independence from God, who sees our choices and calls us to account. Turning our backs on God—whether through disbelief or living as if God were distant and unaware—has tragic implications, but God eagerly saves those who admit their need for Him.