15 June 2012

The Five Commandments of Atheism (Part 2) Atheism’s First of Five Commandments - Suppress the Truth Atheists think that if they could just get everyone who believes in God to not do so or to at least say that they do not do so just to appease them, that they (the atheist) would be able to not think about God. This not thinking about God however is impossible for anyone to do because God has wired us to think about Him. Atheists go to great lengths to get God out of their life. They go to such great lengths that they ignore the abundance of evidence all around which points to God. Atheists’ trying to not think about God and ignoring the evidence of God is their number one commandment: Suppress the Truth “The wrath of God is being revealed from heaven against all the godlessness and wickedness of men who suppress the truth by their wickedness, since what may be known about God is plain to them, because God has made it plain to them.” (Romans 1:18 - 19) How do Atheists Suppress the Truth? Over the years it has increased so much that now it’s in the news almost daily –actions taken by atheists to halt Christians from expressing their love of Christ Jesus and suppression of Christ Jesus’ death on a cross to fully pay for our sins. Do a Google Search on “Atheists Sue” and you’ll get a count of ~ 2,880,000 links discussing atheists wanting to suppress the truth. From their wanting the Christian Cross removed from the 9/11 Memorial to suing Arkansas over bus ads and Pennsylvania for declaring 2012 the “Year of the Bible” to suing over a “Heaven” street sign, suing to remove a Jesus statue, suing to stop prayers, and suing to remove the “Ten Commandments” from view, and “In God We Trust” from U.S.A. currency, atheists are by far reaching out more today to suppress the truth than ever before. Take for example the following suppressing the truth that happened recently by the Freedom from Religion Foundation (a fervent atheist religious group from Madison, WI): (1) According to the Freedom from Religion Foundation, atheists have a right never to be offended by anything religious… and the rest of us who don’t practice the religion of Atheism, have a right to adjust our lives to ensure that we don’t harm their delicate atheistic feelings. Sounds fair enough doesn’t it? Everyone who practices a religion other than Atheism must adjust their lives to ensure that no atheist is harmed by religious practices other than Atheism. Here is the sequence of events that took place involving the Freedom from Religion Foundation and some florists: Jessica Ahlquist, a 16 year old...

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