06 September 2009

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Why Im not a Disciple of the Religion of the Atheist I am not a follower of the atheist religion. Yes, atheism is a religion and I do not and cannot put my faith into it. The fact that atheists place their faith into their system of beliefs with great ardor and scrupulous conformity while sharing (evangelizing) their attitudes, beliefs and practices (teachings) with others, makes atheism a religion. In fact, it is a manmade religion which takes great faith to believe in due to their being no evidence whatsoever supporting it in anyway or at anytime. I am not a disciple of the atheist religion because it takes too much faith to believe in. Yes, atheism takes faith to believe and the fact that you so strongly believe in it without any proof whatsoever that God does not exist and hold to the conviction that God does not exist is proof that it takes a lot of faith to believe in the religion of atheism. Would you bet your life on something that has no proof to support it? I am not an atheist and this article is voicing the reasons why I am not an atheist. There are four criteria with which make up what I look for in a belief system and they must each adhere to logical consistency, empirical adequacy, and relevance of experience. The four criteria are: Origin, Morality, Meaning, and Destiny. If any of the criteria in my list fails any of the three tests, I have no faith in it. In my research the atheist religion does not meet any of my requirements needed to pass my four criteria thus I do not believe in it. What standards do you have before you believe in something as critical as this? I am not an atheist and the following reasons are why I do not follow the religion of atheism. The first reason that I am not an atheist is that atheists are delusional in their thinking in that they do not admit that atheism is a religion. Atheism is a system of worldly beliefs. The second reason that I am not an atheist is that they do not admit that they have faith in their belief that God does not exist. I guess this is due to deep down inside that they actually have doubts about God’s nonexistence and thus do not want to actually take the step of faith and really truly say that God does not exist? Thus, an atheist in fact is stating that he has no faith in what he says is true and is really saying that he has doubts in his beliefs and that God may truly exist. I am not an atheist as these first two reasons...
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Is Life Today Different than Life Thousands of Years Ago? It has come to my attention that there are people who make an assumption that life today is different than it was thousands of years ago. These people use this as a presupposition to reason that the Holy Bible is not valid today because it was written about life thousands of years ago. Now at first thought, this seems like a rational postulation and that life thousands of years ago was different than life is today. Let’s look into this hypothesis of life thousands of years ago and today being different and see if it is a valid starting point to argue the assertion that the Holy Bible is outdated and not applicable to life we (you and I) experience today. Well, in fact, life thousands of years ago is no different back then as it is today. Life thousands of years ago is no different than life today because people thousands of years ago wanted food, drink, to be loved, riches, jobs, freedom, encouragement, to be heard, hopes to live a long and healthy life, etc. Pressures from day to day living were prevalent thousands of years ago as it is today too. People thousands of years ago had pain and suffering as we do today and in many cases, even more pain and suffering than we do today because today we have much better medical knowledge than back then. People also thousands of years ago died like people die today. With death of a loved one thousands of years ago the grief, pain, and suffering felt back then is the same grief, pain, and suffering one feels today when a loved one dies. Thousands of years ago some people followed the one true God of creation and others did not just as today some people do and some people don’t today. Back then, their means of life, day to day pressures may have been somewhat different than today as the technology we have today they did not have however, life thousands of years ago was and is the same as today in that they had to provide a means of living for their families and encountered day to day pressures which acted upon them back then as the day to day pressures act upon us today. Thus our findings are that life today and life thousands of years ago are not different. Therefore, the teachings within the Holy Bible about life are just as valid today as it was for life thousands of years ago and will still be valid thousands of years from today because the Holy Bible is timeless with regard to living life on earth. Think about this for a moment; Atheists use books written...

Victor E. Pearson

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