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Christian Values Cannot Save Anyone

Written By: Albert Mohler  |  Posted: Wednesday, September 26th, 2012

            A recent letter to columnist Carolyn Hax of The Washington Post seemed straightforward enough. "I am a stay-at-home mother of four who has tried to raise my family under the same strong Christian values that I grew up with," the woman writes. "Therefore I was shocked when my oldest daughter, 'Emily,' suddenly announced she had 'given up believing in God' and decided to 'come out' as an atheist."

            The idea of a 16-year-old atheist in the house would be enough to alarm any Christian parent, and rightly so. The thought that a secular advice columnist for The Washington Post might be the source of help seems very odd, but desperation can surely lead a parent to seek help almost anywhere.

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