What a load of horses–t this is…I hereby urge my fellow RA’ers to let this moron know how you feel in the comments. [censoring mine -JF]
I just don’t see anything of God in this post. I see a lot of ego, a LOT of pride, and a lot of self-congratulatory, self-serving BS.
Honey, you need a whopping great dose of getoveryourself.
Wow, what a straw-man, flawed, illogical, self-righteous load of crap this is.
Congratulations, now people can’t say you’re lacking in spirituality, but they can say you’re stupid!
Well, my last post got a resounding “thumbs down” from my atheist readers. They evidently do not believe that the Holy Spirit was working through me on that one. And, boy, what a difference it makes when you get a link from The Raving Atheist vs. The Friendly Atheist. Whew! Two very aptly named sites.
As for the potential experiment I mentioned that ignited so much anger, I agree that it is nothing that would make it into Nature. The main point I was trying to make is that most (not all, but most) atheists are not open-minded. Neither are most Christians. We can call that one a truce.
And I sincerely apologize if I seemed prideful, it wasn’t my intention. I’m surprised it came out that way since I really don’t think of myself as having it all figured out or having any great wisdom to share with others. My hope is that talking about my experiences and giving an honest account of what my life was like before and after I really opened my mind (and my heart) to Christian teaching might be helpful to others, one way or the other. Those who think I’m a prideful, self-deluded blowhard might use my story as a cautionary tale. Others who think I’m just a prideful blowhard might find it inspiring that God was able to get through to someone as hardheaded as I. 🙂
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