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.

Friday, March 19, 2010

"[Ray] continuously misrepresents what we believe. It's because he calls us fools and says we have no morals. It is because no matter how many times we try to explain what we actually think and believe he refuses to listen and sticks with his straw man representations of what we think and believe. It is because he delights in telling us how wicked we are and that we are fools. It's because he loves to try and make us sound stupid to accepting scientific theories backed by 150 years worth of evidence from multiple different fields." (Rabbitpirate)

The problem the atheist has is that he can’t say what "we" (atheists) believe. Who is he to represent the world's atheists? He isn’t the atheist pope, he doesn’t have an atheist Bible to state the official belief held by contemporary atheists. He can only speak for himself.

I have never called atheists "fools." I have pointed to and quoted God’s Word--which says that those who say in their heart that there is no God are fools (see Psalm 14:1).

Of cause atheists have morals. Who doesn’t? However, God's moral standard is infinitely higher than ours (He considers lust to be adultery and hatred to be murder).

I have never in 38 years once "delighted" in telling anyone how wicked they are, but I have to admit that I do love to show how the nature of the evolutionary theory is stupid and unscientific. It has no proof, and it makes no sense. I don’t believe (as Richard Dawkins and many others do) that nothing created everything. I don’t believe that we are primates and cousins of bananas. That’s crazy-talk. The only time evolution and science should be mentioned in the same sentence is when talking of science fiction.

I believe that we were created by an eternal God, that we are made in His image--with an innate sense of morality that seperates us from the animals, and that we and all of living creation were made as male and female, with the ability to reproduce after our own kind. That makes sense.