It is possible that some Christians will assume the attitude that it is not necessary to get involved in all this intellectual stuff – I just believe in God and that’s good enough for me. Peter wrote, “…sanctify Christ as Lord in your hearts, always being ready to make a defense to everyone who asks you to give an account for the hope that is in you, yet with gentleness and reverence…” (1 Pe.3:15). It is true that Scripture does not endeavor to convince people of God’s existence, it simply assumes it (“In the beginning God…”), but that does not mean that believing in His existence is unreasonable nor that it is inappropriate for the believer to prepare his / her mind to help others see that such belief is more reasonable than the alternatives being suggested. This is one way we can love God with all our minds as you “…prepare your minds for action…” (1 Pe.1:13). It is also a way in which we can destroy speculations and arguments that are being promoted against the knowledge of God (2 Co.10:5).