Monotheism Makes Sense with George Littler

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George Littler has been leading a home Bible fellowship for the past 30 years in Poughkeepsie, New York. As a child he attended the local Catholic church but never really connected with God so that by the age of 13 he quit going. Subsequent to this and throughout his troubled twenties he considered himself an anti-theist (someone who believed in God but was mad at him). Not until a Christian shared the faith with him in an apartment bathroom during a party did George finally come to the place of accepting Jesus as his Lord and Savior.

Listen in to this conversation to hear not only a riveting story of how God in his love pursued George throughout his early tumultuous years, but also how he was saved apart from believing in the Trinity or other complex doctrines which made little sense to a street-smart New Yorker. His engaging tone, sense of humor, and poignant ability to state the logical make for an insightful and memorable discussion.

4 Responses to Monotheism Makes Sense with George Littler

  1. Javier Otiz says:

    I don’t know how you can say you and your wife are gods regarding your child being born deaf. I think that’s going to far and you don’t give God credit for healing your child.

  2. sean says:


    Thank you for listening. George was being facetious when he said he and his wife were gods in order to demonstrate the fallacy of the argument that Jesus must be God because he healed the sick. I’m certain that George doesn’t actually think he is a god. Of course God is the one who healed her.

  3. jim says:

    I thank God in the name of jesus christ that you have put this program on. Im going though the same problem with a trinitarian friend of mine.

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