“No God? No Problem!”–So reads the signs erected by “The American Humanist Association” in five major cities this Christmas. How foolish! Humanism is the belief that you can be good without a belief in God. It’s easy to criticize the folly of people like this, and we certainly ought to point out their errors, but they aren’t the only ones who play the part of a fool. There are many professing Christians and other religious people who are just as foolish as the atheist. I’m talking about those who believe in God, yet think they can be reconcilied to Him by their “good works”. We seldom hear preachers denouncing them. In this “make me feel good “world, that would be bad for their business. Instead of declaring the truth concerning Christ, that salvation is by grace through faith in Christ alone, they cater to the whims of the crowd so they can add them to their flock and brag about their large attendance. We need to make the truth known, not only to the atheist who thinks there is no God, but also to the religious people who think they can get to heaven by their good works. It’s not the popular thing to do, but if we truly care about people we will tell them what they need to hear rather than what they want to hear. By the way–How is it with you? Do you truly know Christ as your Lord and Savior? If you are trusting anything other than the shed blood of Jesus Christ you are no better off than the folks who say, “No God?No Problem!” Fact is–you’ve got a big problem. You will spend eternity right along side of them in the lake of fire. If you’re really concerned about knowing the truth here it is, Jesus said, “–I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.”(John 14:6) Instead of spending our time bashing a handful of deluded atheist this Christmas, let’s declare the truth of the gospel to everyone–including the millions who think they can be saved by self-effort. The devil doesn’t care if you go to hell from a bar stool or a church pew, and chances are he can get you there from the pew of a liberal church easier than from any place else.