Therefore, when a person refuses to come to Christ it is never just because of lack of evidence or because of intellectual difficulties: at root, he refuses to come because he willingly ignores and rejects the drawing of God’s Spirit on his heart. No one in the final analysis really fails to become a Christian because of lack of arguments; he fails to become a Christian because he loves darkness rather than light and wants nothing to do with God.
-–William Lane Craig,
Reasonable Faith: Christian Truth and Apologetics
I do not believe anyone has ever rejected Jesus Christ on philosophical grounds. The man who continues in his rejection of Christ has a pet sin somewhere – he’s in love with iniquity. He rejects Jesus on moral grounds, and then hides behind false philosophy – philosophical grounds. How wonderful it is that when a person gives up his sin and puts his pride under his feet and looks at the light, the whole body and mind are flooded with light.
–A. W. Tozer