September 22, 2012

Killing the Evolution Werewolf

Evolution can be likened to a werewolf. It is unnatural, has no right to exist, destroys lives, perpetuates its own curse and should be put down.
"How can you say that, Cowboy Bob? Evolution is a scientific fact!"

Nope. Despite the rantings of Darwin's undereducated cheerleaders and fundamentalist stormtroopers, evolution is not a "fact", and it is not "science". Sure, we are subjected to tendentious interpretations of facts shoved through evolutionary presuppositions and told, "Here is proof!", but actual examinations of the facts do not support it. Also, evolution is a belief system about the past using scientific methods; this is historical science, not observational science, and the two should not be equivocated. The philosophies of evolutionism have been applied to economics and governments, making it into a disastrous religion.

Although proponents of evolution claim to have reason on their side, logic is the silver bullet that kills the unnatural beast of evolution (even though it won't lay down properly). Further, science and reason support biblical creation! Click here to read "The Silver Bullet that Killed Evolution".

September 20, 2012

What If Christians Acted Like Muslims?

Mohammedans attacked American embassies, killing an ambassador and other members of the diplomatic corps. (Note to B. Hussein Obama, "corps" in this context is pronounced "core".) Of course, it was sheer coincidence that coordinated attacks on American embassies happened on September 11, yes? Sure it was. And of course, they were perfectly right in rioting and killing people because they were "offended" by an amateur film that insulted Mohammed, never mind that the people they killed had nothing to do with the film. Some countries believe in freedom of speech (except the United States, where Mohammedans are being coddled more and more, on our way to Sharia law).

Christians put up with a great deal of ridicule and outright hatred.

What if we did not actually follow the teachings of the Bible?

Washington, DC — The so-called "Reason Rally" had about one hundred nervous people in attendance because of threats by Christian radicals. Being his usual profane self, P.Z. Myers rattled off some epithets about the awfulness of "religion" and hurried away. Richard Dawkins was rumored to be sequestered instead of taking any risks after the death threats made against him because of his anti-Christian books and silly remarks. The Smithsonian's most blatantly evolutionary exhibits are on lockdown, and security has been quadrupled throughout.

Madison, WI — Headquarters of the Freedom From Religion Foundation are still smoldering today after being almost completely obliterated by a bomb blast two days ago. Police suspect the American Family Association. Dan Barker of the FFRF is quoted as saying, "Thank God I wasn't there — oops! Don't quote me on that!"

Halesowen and Sutton, England — Several insignificant alcoholic atheists were found dead with computer keyboards embedded in bodily orifices. Scotland Yard suspect the Church of England, who took credit for the bombing of a pub in Milton Keynes frequented by atheists.

Charlotte, NC — David Silverman of American Atheists was found embedded in a billboard that his organization sponsored for the purpose of ridiculing the religious beliefs of presidential candidates. Police suspect Christian group Voice of the Martyrs.

Egypt — Coptic Christians continue to rampage, with no end of the violence in sight.

Mohammedan groups such as CAIR have issued statements condemning the actions of militant Christians, and decried the lack of action on the part of "moderate" Christians to put a stop to the actions of the radical groups.

Fortunately for the world, the "events" listed above cannot happen. We do believe the Bible. Unfortunately, some believe it more than others, and many do not have much more than a token "spirituality". God changes lives, and that is why we are not engaging in violent activities as a whole.

Some atheists have complained that they are the ones getting discrimination, as are members of the "religion of peace". That is not only a lie, it is laughable. Christians receive discrimination, persecution and discrimination all over the world from atheists and Mohammedans (the only thing those two have in common is their hatred of Christians). These acts have been documented elsewhere on this Weblog.

The Lord does not delay His promise,
as some understand delay,
but is patient with you,
not wanting any to perish
but all to come to repentance.
2 Peter 3.9, HCSB

September 11, 2012

Atheists Attack 9/11 Cross

September 11, 2001 propelled vitriolic militant atheism into high gear. Anti-God books became best sellers and the so-called "new" atheism became profitable. People who already hated God pretended that he was not there (even though they know he exists, Romans 1.20-22) and used it as an excuse to attack "religion".

In addition, this kind of atheism lead to the destruction of the faith of others who were not grounded in the Word, not knowing what or why they believed — an indictment on lethargic Christians who were not doing their jobs in proclaiming and presenting Christ (2 Peter 3.18, 1 Peter 3.15, 2 Cor. 10.5, Jude 1.3). Angry atheopaths seem unconcerned that they are the least-trusted group. Even though this version of atheism is on the slide (and accelerating), their protesting and interfering in the free expression of religion for other people continue to become a stench.

Case in point: Misotheists are protesting the "Ground Zero Cross". Brilliant self-serving public relations move, innit? There is a petition to resist their efforts.

These atheists want to eradicate "religion" (and some express a desire to kill Christians outright). This sentiment is from people who call themselves "tolerant", but is the opposite of the truth. In fact, it smacks of totalitarianism.

They claim to be bastions of "reason", yet show horrendous lack of logic — such as when they paint "religious" people with the same broad brush. The actions of Mohammedan extremists on September 11, 2001 who were working for political ends under religious trappings are not a good enough reason to condemn all "believers". There were "religious" people helping to alleviate suffering in the wake of the terrorist attacks, but atheists seem to conveniently forget that fact.

The following article has an excellent perspective on religion, atheism and September 11:
As much as we talk about the political and military effects of 9/11, there is another change that has taken place.  If you look at the new atheism and the harsh attacks on religion, most of it has taken place in the years following 9/11.  Sure atheism has been around for a long time, but atheism took on a new form after 9/11.  Not only have atheists become more active, people are more open to their message.  When atheists say that religion creates violence, it is no longer about ancient history and distant memories of inquisitions and crusades.  We all watched as a group of religious people killed thousands of people in the name of God.  Religious violence has a ring of truth that it has not had, at least for people in North America, for a long time.
You can read the rest of "9/11 and the Loss of Faith in Religion" in context, here. As for attacking the 9/11 cross — grow up already.

September 8, 2012

Debunking the Atheist Claim of Growth (Again)

Many times, I have encountered atheists who make the claim that atheism is growing. (Why anyone would join a religion like atheism that has no factual support, is incoherent, has vituperative trolls, a high percentage of unpleasant adherents and other things working against it is beyond me.) Their claim of growth has been debunked several times, and Christianity is growing (an example of debunking their claims is this reference).

Some atheopaths resort to using a survey that was conducted by the Gallup people. They love to find the exception to prove their belief system. It turns out that this survey was not adequately performed.

Often it’s worth closely examining the dramatic claims made by the media. Some media outlets seem to be attracted to claims that atheism is on the rise and that religion in general (and Christianity in particular) is in decline. As Christians and members of the Church in Toronto we ought to “prove all things.” What follows is my attempt to examine some recent claims.
“Atheism is on the rise…international study reveals”
News headlines blare the message—“Atheism is on the rise on a global level, international study reveals…,” the “Number of atheists around the world is rising.” “Religiosity… Declines Worldwide; Atheism on the Rise,” declared the Huffington Post. “The world less religious now than in 2005: Report,” states the Toronto Sun. Thus the media conveyed the results of WIN-Gallup International’s study using its “Global Index of Religion & Atheism.” In 2012 Gallup asked people in 57 countries, "Irrespective of whether you attend a place of worship or not, would you say you are a religious person, not a religious person or a convinced atheist?" Gallup analyzed their answers.
We will focus on the “big picture” results for the globe. Globally Gallup reports that, “59% of respondents think of themselves as religious, 23% as not religious and 13% as convinced atheists.” Moreover, they “found the number of people around the world who claim to be religious dropped 9% since 2005, while atheism rose 3%.” These are the figures behind the headlines.
You can learn a truth about global atheism, that adherents of atheism disingenuously inflate their numbers, by continuing to read, "GLOBAL ATHEISM ON THE RISE — REALLY?", here.

September 4, 2012

Darwin's Rejection of God

Although touted as a "great scientist", many people do not know that Darwin's formal schooling was not in science, but in theology, where he soared to the heights of mediocrity. His rejection of God, who is revealed in the Bible, is severely lacking in logic. It is fundamentally flawed by naturalistic presuppositions and by emotional excuses. His journey of rejection is similar to other agnostics and to many atheists who are not actually using reason for their rejection of God. Besides, people like that are lying to themselves and to the rest of us, because they really do know that God exists (Romans 1.20-22).
Charles Darwin grew up embracing the ‘intelligent design’ thinking of his day—William Paley’s renowned argument that the design of a watch implies there must have been an intelligent watchmaker, and so design in the universe implies there must have been an intelligent Creator. Concerning this, Darwin wrote, ‘I do not think I hardly ever admired a book more than Paley’s “Natural Theology”. I could almost formerly have said it by heart.’

Nevertheless, Darwin spent most of the rest of his life attempting to explain design in nature without the need for any purpose or a guiding intelligence. He labelled himself an agnostic, and gave us his ‘Religious Belief’ in his Autobiography, written in 1876 when he was 67.
Through time, chance and random processes, you can read the rest of the article, including Darwin's excuses and rejections. Or you can use the intelligent choice and click here to read, "Darwin's Arguments Against God".

September 2, 2012

Christianity and Fear

More and more, I keep seeing how people are ignorant of creation science, the Bible, God, Jesus, Christianity and so on. It is not just from me, I see complaints from other Christians, including apologists. Much of it is because such atheists never bothered to seriously think about the subjects, and get their bad information from friends, dishonest sites of atheopaths, terrible misotheist pep rally philosophers like Richard Dawkins and so on. So, the basic accusation seems true: Atheists do not do their homework.

But their ignorance does not interfere with their expression of their prejudicial conjectures and dishonest accusations. Here is a letter that a creation organization received:
S.A. from the United Kingdom wrote in response to our article Is God watching?:

Looking at this article, it doesn’t sound like morality comes from Christianity, only obedience and fear. I don’t steal or murder people because that is wrong, not because I might be punished for it.

And to suggest evolution and random mutations would be all it took to make murder, adultery or theft acceptable just makes you sound like you don’t truly value human life.

CMI’s Dominic Statham responds below:
Not so fast, Freddie. You can see Dom's response at "Does Christianity lead to true morality or just obedience from fear?"

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