Hover over Romans 1:20-22 for proof of God's existence, and over Matthew 5:27-28 for Judgment Day’s perfect standard. Then hover over John 3:16-18 for what God did, and over Acts 17:30-31 for what to do.

Wednesday, January 2, 2008

Untying Knots

Many an uneducated cyberspace atheist can paint himself as an intellectual by some quick cutting and pasting. Certain words (“Zeus” and “Thor”) and big words here and there, reveal that the painting is a copy. Other clues are objections about Bible civil laws such as “the stoning of children for disobedience,” etc. Through atheist websites the potential doubter can be given just enough rope from the Bible to hang himself. At the sites they will find out-of-context verses, illogical explanations, and untrue and ignorant claims. But, as a Christian, you are told to redeem the time because the days are evil, so you can save yourself time by joining the cut and paste club. Address their questions, but don’t deny your family their time or don’t spend hours trying to reason with someone who is proud of heart. You have better things to do. All you need to do is go to www.evidencebible.com and cut and paste from one hundred of the most common (and predictable) questions asked by skeptics. The specific address is www.evidencebible.com/witnessingtool/browse.shtml
There you will find out how these folks twist a Scripture to try and justify their love for sin. For every knot they tie, you now don’t have to spend ages untying them. For example, an atheist says that his morality is based on the issue of happiness. That could take you some time to unravel. They say that if something hurts someone then it is evil. That’s the basis for God-less morality. If it doesn’t hurt anyone, then it’s morally good. Answer that by saying, “So atheists say that pedophilia is morally okay, as long as the pictures are taken without the children’s knowledge. It doesn’t hurt them, and it makes a lot of perverts happy.” Good and evil has nothing to do with the happiness of man. Sin is transgression of God’s Law. When we sin, we sin against Him and Him only. Anything else in comparison is peripheral.