Thursday, October 8, 2009

All Charges Against Dawkins Dropped

The greatest law of man - Do Not Murder

The greatest crime against man - To kill another human being (unless she’s small and powerless).

The Greatest Law of God - Love the Lord your God with all your Heart, Soul, Mind, and Strength.

The Greatest Crime Against God - Deny His existence and teach others to disbelieve as well.

What atheists ignore is that God is the source of all life and all joy. When the human soul rebels against God, it loses its life. You see, a human being is body as well as soul. The soul is the “I” for which Darwinists have no explanation other than to say that it must be an illusion. Regardless of this darkened thinking, we are single creatures, not double: we are not body and soul as much as we are embodied soul, or a soul inhabiting ITs body.

So for those like Richard Dawkins and all other atheists who take the gift and deny the Giver, the body must share in the soul's inevitable consequence. Hell is not a consequence that is external and imposed, like a ticket for speeding. Neither does it come from a capricious God, like a parent saying “No, I’m too tired,” after first promising to take a young child to the park. Eternity in hell is as natural and unavoidable as broken bones from running in front of a fast moving vehicle, or a sick stomach from eating too much candy on Halloween. It can not only be predicted, it IS predicted well in advance. Going to hell is nothing more than reaching the end of a road upon which one has been travelling for the duration of one’s time on earth.

However, it need not be that way. Jesus died for everyone, even for those who hate Him, revile Him, curse Him and encourage others to deny His very existence. At any point between now and the moment of your death, all that one has to do is admit that you’ve chosen the wrong path, plead guilty if you will, and ask for the chance to start again. At that moment any atheist who so chooses, including Richard Dawkins, Christopher Hitchens or even you can be completely forgiven, and given a new start at life. All charges will be dropped. Hell and the wrath of God are not something that you will ever need to face. Even Richard Dawkins does not need to spend eternity in hell. He can live free now, and remain free for eternity.

I had one atheist tell me, "It's too good to be true." Well, I know what he means. The reality however is that it's too good to NOT be true. There isn't a human on earth who would have, could have or did, invent this. Grace is a concept that is totally foreign to the human mind. Why? Because we want to believe that we can save ourselves.

Aheists positively hate the concept of grace. Not understanding that they are included in any removal of grace for the guilty, atheists rage against the idea that someone who is guilty should be able to “get off scott free.” Thinking of someone who they deem to be a much worse individual than themselves, atheists demand JUSTICE for the guilty. Here’s what one sanctimonious, holier-than-thou, self-righteous atheist said at the thought that a person more “guilty” than herself should be pronounced “not guilty” by God.

“All those twisted bastards have to do is say, "Heavenly Father, in Jesus' name I repent of my sins and open my heart to let Jesus come inside of me. I come before you that I’m guilty. I admit to you that I’ve done horrible things to many people. Jesus, You are my Lord and Savior and even though I’m a degenerate scum, I believe you died for my sins and you were raised from the dead. Fill me with your Holy Spirit. Thank You Father for saving me in Jesus' name. Amen.” See. Anybody gets to go to heaven. You accept Jesus as your personal lord and savior and whatever you’ve done, it no longer matters. Ignoring that you might have even killed a child? NOT IMPORTANT. Because according to the New Testament, all you have to do is ask for forgiveness and BAMMO. Get out of hell free card. FUCK THAT!”

If you're trying to look it up, it comes from Fiery, Homeschooler's blog.

Rather than “it no longer matters [what you’ve done],” atheists fail to comprehend that what you’ve done matters so much that it cost Jesus His very life to cover the cost of your sins. Because they don’t get that, the concept of grace is an abomination to the atheist mind. They seem unable to think far enough ahead to a time when more than anything else in the world, they will cry out for grace, but it will be too late.

In a cycle of fallacy and fantasy, like the woman above, atheists rage at the thought of justice not being carried out against those they deem to be guilty. On the other hand, atheists rage at the thought of being punished for their guilt. How primitive! How backward! Being willing to punish oneself just to ensure that someone you dislike is also punished seems so stone-age, so childish, so - atheist.

In a cycle of fallacy and fantasy, atheists rage whenever they feel exposed to the presence of God, even to the mention of His name. Yet, they also rage at God’s promise to give them their deepest desire. In just a few moments He’s going to leave them absolutely alone for eternity.

As C. S. Lewis once said, “We all want progress, but progress means getting nearer to the place to which you want to go. If a person has taken a wrong turn, then going further down that path will get you no closer to where you want to be. In such a case, the person who turns around the soonest and heads in the correct direction is the most progressive person.”

Atheists, raging at the thought of mercy. Atheists, proclaiming loudly that they don’t need mercy. Atheists, stuck in a cycle of fallacy and fantasy.


Gorth Satana said...

The reality however is that it's too good to NOT be true. There isn't a human on earth who would have, could have or did, invent this.

And yet humans DID invent this concept. You'd be surprised at the ideas us humans can have.

Atheists, stuck in a cycle of fallacy and fantasy.

Theists, stuck in a cycle of fallacy and fantasy.

Makarios said...

"You'd be surprised at the ideas us humans can have."

No I wouldn't. I doubt that there is ANY thought or behaviour (good or bad) that someone could display that would surprise me. I've pretty much seen and heard it all.

Gorth, Why do you think that only one religion in the world, only one, entails at its base the concept of grace? Why do you think it is that even those who adhere to the teachings of Jesus struggle to maintain and understand an acceptance of Grace? Why are all of us constantly falling back to "earning our salvation."

That comment about not being able to invent grace was not said in a glib manner. I mean literally, human nature rebels at the concept of grace. Humans understanding and accepting grace is like atheists understanding and accepting the reality of God. Without God's intervention, it ain't gonna happen.

His Lordship The Gun-Toting Atheist said...
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Gorth Satana said...

I don't think Christianity is the only religion with the concept of grace. People who believe universalism and apocatastasis do you one better and make the grace unconditional.

Glen20 said...

There's Christian universalism and apocatastasis.

feeno said...


Your response prompted me to start another post. Feel free to check it out.

Late, feeno

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Natasha Yar-Routh said...

I don't hate the concept of grace I just think it's irrelevant. Your entire argument is based on there being a god and you having picked the right one. No god and all the rest is false. As the universe seems to get along quite nicely with out gods or goddesses you are standing on nothing.

Well cheery bye

Seek the Truth said...

Why do you assume that we do have a soul? Simply because we have a consciousness? That doesn't necessarily follow. Dolphins have a consciousness of the world they live in, yet most people don't assume they have souls... The soul is an abstract concept that may or may not be true, but it certainly can't be assumed that we have one. And no, you can't just know, you have one.

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Makarios said...

Lordship: We also know that if you are the lone survivor of the war, you'll have no problem carrying on a conversation with yourself.