Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Advancing Atheism in America

It is not enough that our schools, our courts, our government, our political organizations, many of our politicians, many of our churches most of our corporations are godless, now there is an anything-but-reasonable organization, called the United Coalition of Reason that is actively promoting and supporting those who don’t believe in God. A billboard just went up in downtown Columbus, Ohio. Apparently this is part of a nationwide movement. You can read the story, which I saw today in the Columbus Dispatch newspaper online version, by clicking here.

The billboard at Spring and 4th streets in Downtown Columbus, Ohio

The atheists want to take total control of this once Christian and godly nation. By his actions all during his public life President Barry Soetoro a/k/a Barack Obama is a demonstrated atheist. To garner the liberal religious’, those who have a form of godliness, but deny its power, support Soetoro/Obama claims to be a Christian but denies many of the basic tenets of Christianity. One could consider him to be the a defacto leader of the atheistic movement in America. Everything he stands for, every aspect of his agenda from protecting a woman’s right to exterminate her child to unashamedly pandering to homosexuals to denying that America is a Christian nation, to promoting welfare over hard work, to going deeper and deeper in debt with no intent or concern about paying those monies back to the lender . . . and on an on . . .

He represents the elitists’ class, who think that they are themselves God. They think they are above the law. They think that they know the future and want to shape that future in their perverse images. But at their core they are depraved human beings like the rest of us.

It is not the atheist that can save the individual or the nation, it is only God through His one and only Son, Jesus, that mankind can come to a right relationship with God. All else is spitting in the wind.

Without God one is very alone.
Seek Him
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