Something to remember as you go to work or school today with non-believers:
We need to take seriously the claim of Romans 1:18–25 that everyone everywhere, in every culture, knows God but suppresses the knowledge.
A pagan culture cooperates in the suppression by supplying reasons and practices and comfortable social circumstances in which to worship false gods, or spirits in the trees. Or in pantheism people talk about a nameless “all” that they allege to be the ground of all existence. Counterfeit religion takes many forms.
But counterfeits are counterfeits of the true.
And they never succeed thoroughly because no one ever escapes God, who is omnipresent.