Erwin Lutzer makes this compelling argument: “If naturalism is false and if theism is true, and therefore God is responsible for all that is, then revelation is possible. And if revelation is possible, absolute standards are possible, should the Deity choose to make them known (Lutzer, The Necessity of Ethical Absolutes, p.65-90).
So the question is this: has God chosen to make Himself known? The resounding answer is YES. He has chosen to reveal Himself in His Son (Heb. 1:1-4), through His creation (Ps. 19; Rom. 1:8), and through His Word (Ps. 119; 2 Tim. 3:16; 2 Peter 1:21). We know about the Son through the Word but this very Word has been ignored and boxed in by traditions, man made agendas’ and programs. There is no evidence of this revelation in our lives. How can we change a generation from the path of destruction if we who claim to have this revelation have failed to live with it? Christ in me should be our song, Christ for me should be our story and Christ is my ALL should be the life we should be sharing with all.
Start thinking its never too late!