God Consciousness (Romans 1:18-20)

There are 3 tracts specifically designed to deal with someone who is not responding positively to the basic light of God Consciousness. Of the three, two of them address someone whose negative response to God Consciousness takes the form of atheism or agnosticism. Both of these tracts pretty much say the same things, however the approach is different in each. The third tract addresses someone who professes belief in a God, but not the “true and living God” of The Bible. He may call himself a theist, deist, or be the follower of some other religion. Nevertheless, he is still responding negatively to the light of God Consciousness.

 

2015-02-05_091202 But…What If You Are Wrong?This tract addresses the reader as one whom you know is convinced that modern science has proven that God does not exist. He believes that the theory of evolution is true, that there is no God, and that when he dies he is just going to pass out of existence. He, therefore, is responding negatively to the basic light of God Consciousness. He may be doing this more passively than actively, not ever really considering the foolishness of what he professes. Or he may be quite active in his profession, vigorously opposing the truth of God as a “hater of God.” (Available at our Bookstore)
 2015-02-05_090616  Is That Your Final Answer?The specific focus and appeal in this tract is the same as the previous one. The difference is in the approach. Written in the form of a conversation between a Christian and one who professes not to believe in God, this tract has the reader as a third-party to the conversation. And as the reader naturally identifies himself with the atheistic thinking of the other, the appeal is also made to him to honestly consider the possibility that he is wrong, and to realize the consequences he will suffer if he is wrong.This tract also confronts the reader once again with the light of God Consciousness to which he has responded negatively. And in so doing, if there is any honesty of heart in him, it appeals to it.  (Available at our Bookstore)
 2015-02-05_085809 Could You Possibly Be Worshipping The Wrong God?  This tract addresses the reader as one who professes belief in God, but not the “true and living God” of The Bible. This tract also has the reader as a third-party to a conversation between a Christian and a follower of another unspecified religious system. The reader will naturally identify himself with the non-Christian, and as he does so he is asked to honestly consider the possibility that he is worshipping the wrong God. Though the question may initially strike him as preposterous, if not insulting, he is challenged to realize that the possibility does truly exist. He is then presented with the fact that he needs to honestly consider the possibility because of what the God of The Bible declares. In view of what Romans 1:18 says, if the God of The Bible is the “true and living God,” then God’s wrath is against him and he faces very serious consequences. Sheer common sense, therefore, demands that he honestly consider the possibility that he is wrong. And on the basis of this, the appeal is made to him to do so. (Available at our Bookstore)