Out witnessing today and thanks to the poster that encouraged me to pass out $1 to each person for answering questions on the 10 commandments and this worked as I spoke with several one on one. I also am not sure if I in my pride or in my discernment caused division with a CM&A (Missionary Alliance) group. They were down and praying perhaps I misunderstood them because they said they did not see a reason to preach on sin, and hell when witnessing, because as one of the old ladies told me "not everyone is called to be a teacher" as she took a verse James said out of context. The NT never implies that ONLY "teachers" and "pastors" are to witness. I rebuked them, and got a old lady really angry at me whom got in my face when I was open air preaching. I mentioned what Jesus did when he first came to earth, and mentioned the likes of many of the Reformers and also including Charles Spurgeon but it made no impact on those whom have made a God in their own image, or are in ignorance on the issue. For to them the Bible and the writings of Jonathan Edwards, George Whitfield, Bunyan, and others means nothing. Anyways I had a long chat with an agnostic whom seemed very determined to believe God to be a mass murderer and criminal by wiping out all the babies and children in the flood. To Him God is the real criminal. I mentioned the grace God gave to the children because they got an instant ticket to Heaven by dying in the flood, for if they had grown up and stayed in their ways, they would be sure of an eternity in Hell. I mentioned the judge and how a real judge cannot let guilty criminals go free, and How God is the Holy and righteous judge, but the agnostic seemed determined to stay in his ways. I then mentioned the doctrine of illumination and how the HS illuminates his light on people. I was gonna say that He did so on those whom have been chosen for salvation the elect, but I did not say so. If he got saved then he could read Chosen by God by RC Sproul or the book What is Reformed theology? The positive was that we left in peace, and he agreed to read some booklets that I had given him. The agnostic wanted so badly to prove me wrong, and prove God to be a mass murderer and killer of babies and children, so maybe he might get hungry and I will mail him a book. What would be your pick for such a person? Evidences are only good for those searching for answers.