Out of chaos comes a book!

Here is a ridiculous example of life apart from God, aka atheism so-called:

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A tsunami, hurricane, and a dozen tornadoes teamed up to ravage a well know printing press. Lo and behold, while they were partly successful in the utter destruction of the building with lumber, metal, glass, and paper flying around, they were disappointed that out of the chaos, their accident caused an out of the world experience:

From all the characters laying on the bench, the ink, the upper and lower case alphabets in racks, there was instantly assembled a dictionary. Poof. Instantly complete and unabridged. With maps, charts,  a hundred languages utilized in gaining origins, yep, this massive accomplishment unlike the world has ever seen, was the result of a grand accident….just sitting there.

Then again, one could always admit to the Creator of the wonderful brain of Mr. Noah Webster. Or, one can remain deluded thinking that hurricanes create books.

 

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Random goodness

Ok I admit, I’m a softie for stuff like this. The thousands of ways we affect people without even knowing.  Yeah yeah some will argue that God is not needed to be human.  And I would say: Ah, but stuff like this simply displays His image.  He is good, thus are His creatures good, at the same time not violating the scriptural truth that ‘there are none good, no not any.’

Two separate issues.  And maybe an argument for another time.

Enjoy.

 

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Who cares?

A quick and simple question. Since people boast of the evolution of all that is, apart from God of course, one may want to consider the stifling predicament of a wrong answer.

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When did the human baby ‘evolve’ to the point that they did not need parents lest they be chewed up by wolves?

Ah but you say this is a stupid or myopic question. Really? If the life of a human is still as we know it, dependant on ANOTHER already grown and mature adult, how does a baby even begin to survive without someone to care for it?

To the point further. If the so-called evolution of human life had a beginning, who cared for the first human child on day one?  Oh wait, babies grew like a crop of tomatoes, needing no one to care for them. Some made it through harvest, others did not. Heck, they evolved to where the strongest baby fought off all rodents… Uh huh, sure, and ground hogs build nests in trees.

Hint: without the law of absolutes to rely on, any answer apart from truth will be plain guesswork, chewed up and spit out, in the most mannerly way of fine dining mind you.

Once more: who cared for the first baby? Don’t you dare mention Darwin, Einstein, Frankenstein, Nye, Tyson,  fossils, or random piles of goo, poo, or ape glue.

And I certainly can’t leave you without words far better than mine:

With the pure thou wilt show thyself pure; and with the froward thou wilt show thyself froward.

He careth for you.

 

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Kings and queens

(An intro to the First post in a series of five) Since the interdweebs are a poor place to applaud ones laurel’s, and since the charge was leveled from a religious persuasion that there are defects of understanding around here, … Continue reading

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A harbinger of things to come

Hi friend and neighbor. After all, what are a few thousand miles between pals? Received a rather unusual comment that has given birth to a soon repost of some things I wrote three years ago. I have never been accused … Continue reading

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I will follow you…..wherever you may go……

Serious question for the day. Why do we unfollow someone when we have ‘followed’ them for years? Are bloggers that thin skinned at the possibility of dare I say, disagreement,  that it is cause for being booted off the island? … Continue reading

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A simple thanks

So there I was, looking up into a dazzling starry lit sky while pitch black, completely lost in the awe of God’s orderly and consistent universe, and I thought, ‘It’s been a while since a saw a…….’ And as God … Continue reading

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Well, this is deeper yet

Imagine the last vid as an appetizer if you will, to this, something better.  So we know next to nothing regarding the fountains of the great deep; those depths of waters clearly above our limited understanding of what lives beneath … Continue reading

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Well this is deep

The narrator is highly flattering when he says we know 5 per cent of what lies underwater. I was thinking more like .oo1; even that would be generous.  So in connection with water water everywhere, we read this: In the … Continue reading

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5 minutes of delight

Why do I say delight? Because of a man’s willingness to engage science using science at the risk of appearing foolish. Here we see logic and facts utilized to challenge what is long assumed.  Popularity is no guarantee of certainty. … Continue reading

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He sank the sub!

Originally posted on The Lions Den :
A group of kids were gathered at a naval port to watch their friend perform his ritual and speech cloaked in his despising of anything Godward. This man hated God, and he had a…

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The greatest of these scents…

Recently a joke was made regarding Christianity online, as well as another empty observation, and these twin broken lines of raw sewage need to be fumigated, then scorched. I’m happy to do it, but please accept a thousand apologies for … Continue reading

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Are you sane?

Out of sane, insane, you are outta your mind! Words that evoke an immediate response, whether spoken or not. We all want to preserve what little dignity we have, ( if any at all) and who wants to be told … Continue reading

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Theoretically speaking

(This is guaranteed to burn the muffins and turn heads) So, you have heard of the ‘theory’ of the big bang? You have maybe heard of the ‘theory’ of relativity? Naturally you have heard of the thirty conflicting ‘theories’ of … Continue reading

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Ever seen a hyena with wings?

So, random goo decides it wants to be another ‘kind’ of random goo eh? Such is the bastard child of evolution’s progress, or so we are told. Well then Mr. or Mrs. Evolutionist, how long must you wait until man … Continue reading

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Thought for the day

This cracks me up. Really busts my buttons. People who do not believe one word of scripture, who pretend to lecture they who believe every word of it, as if the unbelievers are PhD’s in telling believers they are doing … Continue reading

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Stop and listen

Take away your internetts. Take away your books. Take away your experiences. Take away your family. Take away your deeds. Take away your borrowed thoughts. Now then. Find yourself deep down in the pit. The pit of excruciating truth where … Continue reading

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Deal with it

Atheism is the end result of intellectual bankruptcy. It is the result of substituting theories for facts. It is dishonest at every level of logic, reason, history, common sense, science, and proof. It is in fact, the religion of self, … Continue reading

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Thought for the day

It is eternally easier for a man to believe that the scriptures are true, than it is for a man to believe he will live to see tomorrow. By the scriptures, I mean the word of God, as revealed through … Continue reading

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Thought(s) for the day

‘Proof’ is the incessant cry of the godless ere they admit ‘there is a God.’ Ha. As if the answers are not found in life itself. Anyway, this cracks me up. Many Einsteinians, Degrasses, Nyes, Hawkings, and such ilk, say the … Continue reading

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