Courtesy of the New York Times, I ran across an atheist propaganda website, Why Does God Hate Amputees?. Basically, the author, Marshall Brain, argues that because God doesn’t act like atheists want him to, God can’t exist. Because he’s smarter than God and knows better. A funny response to his teachings can be found at Why Does God Hate Deputies?
Marshall Brain also challenges Christian leaders to read 30 embarrassing Bible verses on national television. Of course, they’re hand-picked by the atheist and they’re out of context.
So, in the spirit of good fun and fair play, here are some sentences from that atheist website, hand-picked by me and out of context:
The Bible is the book that contains the Ten Commandments, the revelation that Jesus is our resurrected savior and the story of our creation. This is God’s holy word to his children.
God seems to be interacting with our world and answering millions of prayers on planet Earth every day.
God’s power often can be quite dramatic.
Jesus is actually in our midst and God answers our prayers.
God is ready and willing to answer your prayers no matter how big or small.
“Dear God, almighty, all-powerful, all-loving creator of the universe, we pray to you to cure every case of cancer on this planet tonight.”
When a person says, “ask anything in my name, and I will do it,” what does he mean? Presumably, Jesus means that if you ask for anything, he will do it. What else could he possibly mean…?
If you are having a problem with unproductive behaviors, what you need to do is either educate or rehabilitate yourself. You would do that by talking with a counselor or seeing a therapist.
That is about as clear as mud, isn’t it?
Every biologist will tell you with certainty that all of life is a chemical reaction.
God has never taken over all the TV and radio stations and broadcast a message to mankind.
Every Christian should jump at the chance to spread God’s word on national television.
If God is real and if God inspired the Bible, then we should worship God as the Bible demands. We should certainly post the Ten Commandments in our courthouses and shopping centers, put “In God We Trust” on the money and pray in our schools. We should focus our society on God and his infallible Word because our everlasting souls hang in the balance.