Showing posts from May 16, 2010

Why I Cannot Trust Atheists Part 1

Buon giorno. Let me start with an excuse. It's only been about six weeks since I have actively come back to my Christian faith, and I am still lacking in the "Christian love" department. But I do know about truth. And I'm not in the mood to coddle anybody, so put on your "I'm all gwowed up" pants and brace yourselves. I have learned quite a bit over the past few weeks about the modern breed of atheists. My regular readers know that I've been around for quite a while. During those years, I've encountered atheists. One guy in 1974 (I was 14) was railing in school that "all Christians should be burned at the stake!" I never did find out what brought that on. Other than him, most of the atheists have been civil, "live and let live" types who may or may not want to discuss their beliefs. For that matter, some people call themselves atheists simply because they haven't given serious thought about God and the

You Know...

Image makes more sense to believe that a tornado went through a junkyard and assembled a 747, than to believe that life, the universe and everything happened by chance.


Please give me something, I'm so thirsty... Luke 16.24 Luke 16.19-31 Don't be a fool, it doesn't have to be this way. Revelation 22.17 Click here .

Pouring Fuel on the Fire

We can still pray in the USA. Unless we let that right get taken away from us, too. Want an irony? Madalyn Murray O'Badhairday led the charge for getting prayer taken out of public schools. William J. Murray , her son who was the focal point of all this, is a Christian and the director of the Religious Freedom Coalition. Reminds me of people like Josh McDowell and Lee Strobel who started out as atheists and wanted to disprove Christianity. They became converted and are now defending the faith. I suspect that is the reason that most atheists are intellectually dishonest — they don't want it to happen to them. After all, if they give up the hate and rage, they think they would be at a loss as to what to do with themselves. Addendum: Rev. Graham talks about the slap in the face that Obama gave his rights. Anyway, on to the video: