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Atheist Blogger Converts to the Catholic Faith Comments

Her online announcement shocked the secular community. Atheist blogger Leah Libresco has announced on her Patheos blog that she has converted to Christianity. In her latest online post, "This is my last post for the Patheos Atheist Portal," she explained her conversion to Catholicism. Libresco said her conversion came from her struggles with the roots of the moral law. Libresco said she inevitably arrived at an understanding that aligns with a ... Continue Reading

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  1. Frank
    2 years ago

    Sounds like one of the X-ministries gay conversion programs where the gay person aligns with heterosexuality. Then a year or two later they resurface as gay again. My guess is that she will return to rationalism after her sponsored talks, paid interviews, and other revenue streams dry up. Notin that says that a secularist can't also be an opportunist.

  2. Gordon
    2 years ago

    Such a sad story! I hope it is just a phase.

  3. Effie
    2 years ago

    Inspiring! Praise God. :-)

  4. Clinton C. Somerton
    2 years ago

    Dear Leah,

    What wonderful news! Welcome home!

    As a former atheist, I am so happy about your growing awareness of the Lord! A similar search for the source of truth and goodness led me to re-embrace God in general, and, eventually, Jesus Christ in particular. Knowing that faith is ultimately a gift of God, I pray you will continue to listen to His voice and respond to His Truth and Love -- He is always speaking to us.

    By the way, part of my devotional life involves ongoing prayer for all atheists; I hope yours will, too.

    Yours in Christ,

    Clinton

  5. ALwhy
    2 years ago

    It is very easy to go forward and look for God, just question yourself how, why, what...etc...you existed and by looking at your surroundings. Work with mind and gut feeling, not on other's opinions. Look up and search!

  6. Mike
    2 years ago

    Welcome home Leah! Your search for the Truth is inspiring!

  7. zengardener
    2 years ago

    She believes in a source for moral law, therefor Yahweh?

    That's just dumb. Has she read the bible?

    Why not deism?

  8. Marty Kay Zee
    2 years ago

    It looks like the rack still works.

  9. Errol
    2 years ago

    Actually, "Converts" becomes more passionate in expressing their faith when compared to those "born-in." They are modern day St. Paul.


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