crazy christians: you are anti god if you are not racist:

Discussion in 'Politics' started by Free Thinker, Oct 7, 2011.

  1. Answers in Genesis is a christian group that is about as crazy as it comes. they believe in a literal bible, 6000 year old earth, god created man from dirt, noahs flood was a fact, dinosaurs coexisted with man ect. you would think they are about as nutty as educated people could get in 2011.

    WRONG. here is another christian group taking Answers in Genesis to task for being anti god. why. because Answers in Genesis believes god created all men. this other group believes god only created WHITE men. in other words Answers in Genesis is anti god because its not racist enough:

    The essence of my criticism is to show that “Answers in Genesis” supports the humanistic and unbiblical “Brotherhood of Man” doctrine (which also is a Hindu/Roman Catholic/Masonic/Jewish/Judeo-Christian and World-Church belief).
    There is a major acceptance today in Judeo-Christianity of defiance to revealed Biblical law. Most of their churches teach that the Law of God was nailed to the cross of Jesus Christ—in other words—the Law of God is now totally of no use to New Covenant Christians. I use the popular phrase; “Judeo-Christian” which infers Christianity arose from Judaism. We can appreciate that if a form of Christianity did arise from that source, then it arose from those whose traditions Jesus condemned as “making the word of God of none effect through your tradition” (Mark 7:13). Thus “Judeo-Christianity”, as stemming from Judaism, must involve “another Gospel”. This is what concerns me about “Answers In Genesis”. What might be termed “Hebrew-Christianity” or “Israel-Christianity” does not defy revealed Biblical law; as does humanistic “Judeo-Christianity”; nor is it multi-cultural.

    For instance, less than 60 years ago, mixed racial unions were illegal in most of the states in the United States and other White nations. But now, they are tolerated as being supposedly within God’s plan. Under the influence and promotion of the Jewish-Masonic-Papal-Communist/Socialist controlled governments and media, Western Christianity has succumbed to the approval of race mixing, and we will be looking at what is behind this. The Bible abounds with evidence of God’s clear will that the races be separate in every way. “Answers in Genesis” mould all its answers around Judeo-Christian doctrines and traditions, and claims a different basis and definition of “race” from that which the Bible gives. Furthermore, there is evidence of Jewish Talmudic sources, or of what the Apostle Paul calls “Jewish fables”.

    Because some might think these are extreme statements, I will go into some detail on some of their doctrines:

    1. In claiming that there is only one race, “the Human Race”, “Answers In Genesis” denies the basis of the doctrine of predestination, or any concept of a “chosen race” which are featured through the Bible.
  2. If you read the Bible and skip over all the God stuff you will find the way to a good life.

    The Bible is full of bad people doing bad things. It is also full of stories on how to live a civil and rewarding life.

    You are an angry, frustrated, judgmental, obsessed individual.
    Read the bible and learn some lessons on reckoning with yourself.
  3. i will bet money i have read the bible and know more about what is in the bible than you do.

    you want to read the bible and skip over all the god stuff so you can find a path to a good life? can you explain how rantings from bronze age sheepherders influence you.
    must be kind of sad that you cant figure it out on your own.

    "There is something feeble and a little contemptable about a man who cannot
    face the perils of life without the help of comfortable myths. Almost
    inevitably some part of him is aware that they are myths and that he believes
    them only because they are comforting. But he dare not face this thought!
    Moreover, since he is aware, however dimly, that his opinions are not real,
    he becomes furious when they are disputed."
    [Bertrand Russell, "Human Society in Ethics and Politics"]
  4. Nothing wrong with learning from myths,
    Our children are told them all Grimm's Fairy Tales..etc
  5. Lucrum


    It was thought for centuries that the city of Troy was a myth, until they found what is widely belived to be the city of Troy.

    Pee Drinker put me on his ignore list soon after I posted a link to where archaeologists believed they had found the ruins of Sodom and Gomorrah.

    Man kind tends to believe what they want to believe and ignore all else. It's a basic human flaw.

  6. Man kind ..... or Mankind ? there is a difference.

    I cannot believe Free Thinker will put you on ignore. ( i am going to ask him) ..... Free do you have St Luke on ignore ?
  7. Khahahahahahahahahaha! I have visited that exact location and witnessed the Mounds of salt build-up near the DEAD SEA that these "archaeologists" "believed" to be the ruins of Sodom and Gomorrah. I am shocked that the DEAD SEA will produce salt pillers. Who would've thought!:D
  8. Lucrum


    So you, ET's resident camel humper, dispute the archeologists? Well...that settles it for me.
  9. jem


    me too. in fact I was going to look it up but I no longer see the need.
  10. jem


    crazy atheists:

    Most atheists have what I call the Don Quixote Syndrome. Let me explain. Cervantes wrote a book about Don Quixote a long time ago. Don Quixote would attack windmills as if they were his enemies. Of course a windmill is nobody's enemy. If what the atheist believes is REALLY his belief, then he would leave people like me alone. After all, if God did not exist, He and His followers would be no enemy to the atheist. We'd just be deluded people. Therefore IF the atheist REALLY believes there is no God and the fool attacks a Christian, then he has the Don Quixote Syndrome because the Christian is not his enemy. Nevertheless, God is real and THAT is why atheists have all these organizations and debates to "prove" that God does not exist. Atheist reader, if you would just be true to what you purport to believe, then you wouldn't have the Don Quixote Syndrome.

    My old pastor once ministered to an old atheist who had been a card-carrying atheist for decades--but as he laid on his death bed, he wanted a pastor. I don't know if he got saved or not. When it's time to die, many atheists are understandably uneasy and those that aren't should be terrified.

    There is hope for the atheist. He can be saved. In fact, there are plenty of atheists that have come to Jesus Christ. I refuse to argue with them, but will answer honest questions. Unfortunately, many atheists ignorantly say hard things against the Lord Jesus Christ and His people. Don't let fancy titles and big words shake your faith in the One who holds your eternal destiny.

    Think about this: What does the atheist have to offer you? Eternal life? Spiritual comfort? Love? Kindness? Comfort in the midnight hour when no one is around? No, none of these. He has nothing to offer you but blasphemy, hell fire and the wrath of God. The atheist will tell you fabulous fairy tales like

    you were spontaneously generated from a rock,
    a monkey is your daddy,
    a fish is your cousin,
    you have no hope,
    you should just live for today,
    when you're dead, you're dead.
    #10     Nov 6, 2011