Having been invited to share what he believes, Paul proceeded to do so with both respect and logic to this group of men who prided themselves on logic and religion. With all their idols they demonstrated that they were very religious and very wrong about their religion. Paul pointed out that God the Creator was not a lifeless idol, and though unknown to them He was ready to be known. By the time this was over some laughed at Paul, others said “maybe later,” and a few believed. Paul got out of Athens, they were too intelligent to learn the truth about God.