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About

You can read my testimony of sorts in greater detail here.

I used to run a blog called the Failed Atheist, it was a place where I put my thoughts as I worked through my new life as a Christian. Having not blogged regularly for some time, I thought I’d resurrect the old name and try to get blogging regularly again. If you like what you read please feel free to share, comment or get in contact.

A bit about me.

I grew up in a secular dysfunctional single parent home in South London and considered myself an atheist throughout my teens. When I was 20 I spent over a year re-examining my worldview and seeing if it stood up to scrutiny, which I concluded it didn’t. After reading through the best arguments of Philosophers and Theologians I concluded that believing in God didn’t require me to leave my brain behind.

I then began reading the New Testament and became drawn to the person of Jesus and decided that I wanted to follow him, so I did in 2005.

I’ve since then had the opportunity to go back to school, go to university and currently working full-time in the NHS. Also been blessed with an awesome wife and a beautiful daughter who I totally adore.

Cheers for reading.

“Two things fill the mind with ever new and increasing admiration and awe, the more often and steadily we reflect upon them: the starry heavens above me and the moral law within me.” – Kant

Discussion

4 thoughts on “About

  1. I came across your blog through a google search. I, too, am a failed atheist. I spent a bit more time as an atheist, (I didn’t become a Christian until age 53, almost 4 years ago), and, having read the article you linked for the different ‘types’ of atheism, I was a combination of intellectual atheist and anti-theist. I used to poke fun of Christians all the time, for their hypocrisy and their magical god. I used to blog quite a bit, but haven’t done much since coming to know God. I wrote about political stuff, the ongoing restoration of our Victorian era home, and our pets – a cat, a yorkie-maltese mix, and our two oversized Airedale Terriers. I am sure I’ll enjoy reading through your blog, and who knows, maybe I’ll start back into it too!

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    Posted by Robert Griffiths | July 18, 2015, 4:08 am
    • Hey Robert, glad you stumbled upon my blog 😉 Definitely keep blogging and please send me a link, my blogging is sporadic mostly I can’t think of anything to write about and I have a young baby.

      Please check out the recommended books if you’re looking for some good reads. Was there anything in particular that persuaded you that Christianity was true?

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      Posted by @failedatheist | July 21, 2015, 8:30 am
  2. It wasn’t by any source of reason or anything else really, it was just the grace of God . The Gospel of John showed me who Jesus was. But that’s the short answer, the long answer is when you read my story, to find out why I even picked up a Bible in the first place.

    My blog is http://www.1160main.com/blog. I think pretty much everything on there is from before I fell down before the One True Wise and Living God.

    I’ll try to get some new stuff up there at some point. Most likely candidate will be my story.

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    Posted by Robert Griffiths | July 28, 2015, 2:02 pm

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