Part 1 – Why atheists are fools and agnostics follow closely behind – thechristianmessage.org
Part 2 – Why atheists are fools and agnostics follow closely behind – thechristianmessage.org
Nathan M. Bickel
Making fun of people is not the strongest of arguments. Unless you have no desire to reach the lost.
Please be more specific as to your assertion. And, please evidence (substantiate) your comment.
Thank you for visiting – http://www.moralmatters.org
Except the babies get evidence. Apparently your god doesn’t care about that sort of thing, though.
Thank you for visiting moralmatters.org
I’m not sure what you are attempting to point out by your response. It seems rather ambiguous. And, I think that your charge that my God, the Triune God, “doesn’t care” lacks evidence support (substantiation).
@NotAScientist – And what would you know about what God does and does not care about???
Surmising from your comment, I rather think that you did not like the posting. But, thank you for visiting moralmattars.org just the same.
However, your comment presupposes that you share some thinking about the Triune God, since you say, “What would you know about what our God does and does not care about?.” ["Our God"] But, your response lacks certain depth to answer you specifically. But, I will attempt my best, anyway.
The Triune God has left us His divine revelation, the Scriptures. When I read and / or hear it, I am given a certain amount of information to “know about what God does and does not care about.” And, to those who say that they cannot know, I have to assume that they are not very spiritually discerning, because the same divine revelation Scripture says:
“But the natural man receiveth not the things of the Spirit of God: for they are foolishness unto him: neither can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned.” – 1 Corinthians 2:14 – KJV
Please continue to visit moralmatters.org. But, better yet, please frequently visit http://www.thechristianmessage.org Perhaps, if God be gracious to you, He will break upon your heart some spiritual discernment. [1 Corinthians 2:14]
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