Below is one small excerpt – in this wise fictitious novel – from a letter of one man who has total faith in God writing to an exceptionally close friend who does not believe in God:
“You’ve wondered aloud more than once why I spend my Sunday mornings in church. Well, it’s not to honor the dead, that’s for sure. Church isn’t a memorial service for a dead man.
It’s a worship service for a risen Lord. This isn’t about being religious. This is about Jesus.”
– chapter 29 in the novel Deadline by Randy Alcorn