Some (atheists) dislike Israel for the fact that they have a special blessing from God upon them (not because God likes them more but because it is part of His plan to bless the entire world). As you can see in the following text, this person has no idea what God has in mind when He says that through the “seed” of Abraham, the entire world will be blessed. Continue reading
The atheist claims that God is a racists because He tells the children of Israel not to intermarry with people who are not His children. Does He do this because He does not like people of other races? Or, is there a much deeper spiritual truth to be learned from this teaching on not intermarrying with the Gentiles? You can find the atheist’s argument here. Continue reading
This one is too easy and too obvious but I just could not pass it up. Here is the supposed contradiction put forth by the atheist. Does God allow Adam to eat from any tree in Genesis 1 and then forbid him to do so in Genesis chapter 2? Or is the atheist just simply lost when it comes to intellectual integrity? A simple reading of Genesis 1 and 2 will demonstrate that the two accounts are not separate accounts of creation. Instead they are one and the same. Genesis 1 is a broad outline and Genesis 2 adds the details not given in Genesis 1. Continue reading
Matthew 27:5 – “So Judas threw the money into the temple and left. Then he went away and hanged himself.”
Acts 1:18 – “With the reward he got for his wickedness, Judas bought a field; there he fell headlong, his body burst open and all his intestines spilled out.”
I want to write this in response to an atheist who claims that the Bible is absurd because of Its teachings on the parent/child relationship. He claims that the Bible teaches that parents must kill their “rude” children (although he does not define what “rude” means). He puts no effort in to understanding a text from the Bible. Like most atheists, he is quote mining or cherry picking verses and trying to use them against the Bible. Atheists usually ask that you refrain from using the Bible as a source when defending the Bible yet they try and use the Bible against Itself day and night. They have a very obvious double standard (but that is a different topic that we can cover later). Here is the info from the atheist’s blog. Continue reading
Those who do not want to believe the Bible is the Word of God will stop at nothing to try and disprove the Bible (even making fools of themselves claiming that there are “contradictions” in the Bible and then using lame arguments based on vaguely similar passages that “seem” to contradict each other). Here is the latest “argument” for a contradiction in the Bible. Was Jesus contradicting Moses when He did not command the woman caught in adultery to be stoned? Let’s take a look at the Word of God and see what we can determine.
This is what many atheists claim, that they were born into Christian families (therefore automatically Christians) and indoctrinated by Christian teachings until they were old enough to decide for themselves. Once they were old enough to make their own decisions, they left Christianity and became “ex-Christians“. I just want to point out a few fallacies in this line of thinking.
I would like to tackle this misunderstanding in this blog post. There are many atheists who try to disprove the Bible by saying that It cannot be taken seriously because It mentions “unicorns“. Is this a valid argument? We want to see what the Bible really has to say on the subject rather than someone’s misreading of a few verses. One atheist claims that “unicorns” are mentioned in the Bible 9 times. Some of the passages are as follows;
1) Job 39:9-12
2) Isaiah 34:7
3) Psalm 29:6
4) Numbers 23:22
5) Deuteronomy 33:17
6) Psalm 22:21
I have been in a few debates over the past few days with some atheists (okay, a bunch of them) on this site. It has been quite a fun time. I love the way that they revert to childhood playground tactics like name calling and swearing when they cannot win the argument with logic. You can read through the comments if you would like (I hope you do not mind the foul language) and just see how childish they can be. I am glad that I know the Word of God and have been able to share it with them over the past few days. Like the demons of the Bible, they hear the message and do not believe it. The difference between them and the demons is the fact that the demons recognize the truth and admit it, even if they do not obey. The atheists just ignore the facts and begin to shift and spin so that they can avoid the black and white truth. It is really sad and I really feel bad for them because they are so deceived by lies (deceived from without and from within). They think that I hate them but I do not. I pray for them, that they will come to their senses like the Prodigal Son If you have any atheist friends, please pray for them and try to share the Gospel with them. Do not be afraid of their childish tactics. Share the truth unashamedly. God will do the rest. On Judgment Day, they will not be able to claim ignorance because you did your part. Do as Jesus Christ has commanded us and . . .
15 . . . , “Go into all the world and preach the gospel to all creation. (Mark 16)
God bless you as you faithfully serve Him.
Mark 3:11 – Whenever the evil spirits saw him, they fell down before him and cried, “You are the Son of God.”
1 John 4:15 – If anyone acknowledges that Jesus is the Son of God, God lives in him and he in God.
I have returned to our atheist friend for some more inspiration. I just cannot help but point out the lack of logic here. This is another clear case of cherry picking verses and not caring one bit about the intent of the verses used. This is a common theme among atheists. They want to denounce the Bible but they are too lazy to study It and argue their point from a logical point of view. They just want to latch on to nothing and then use mental gymnastics to try and “prove” that the Bible is wrong. Please do not fall for their illogical tricks.