One blood

I am never surprised at the everlasting attempts of boundless energy by people to dismiss the God they say is non-existent. What would you say of a person who spent every moment of his life studying ‘trigonometry’ when he hates math and cannot add 3 plus 5?  Or maybe you heard about the man who wanted to go to college to be a veterinarian but who despises animals? I suppose there is a laugh in there somewhere. If the atheist would only consider his self-created dilemma. No, I suppose that is asking a bit too much. But got proof?

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Uh, yyep. Look at the blogs at WP alone, which are entirely devoted to the posting of vids, essays, commentary, links, lectures, jokes, depravity of every stripe, disgusting innuendoes insulting of believers and faith, citing the Lord Christ Himself as delusional, false accusations galore, sexual perversity, take your pic.

But the greatest tragedy of all may be the fact that there is simply a 14 inch distance that may as well be a million miles of impassable terrain as far as understanding. The distance between the head which has been convinced by so-called learning, that ‘there is no God,’ and the heart, which without a shadow of a doubt, ‘knows there is a God,’ yep, tis rather sad to exhaust ones only resources living like a leech at the expense of another, while ignoring He who gave of one blood for all to enjoy.

Without Christianity to rail against, without the scriptures of truth to mock incessantly, without the testimony of believers to cite as faulty, atheism would surely shrivel up and go out of business. It needs the blood of life to survive. God owns both life and blood; good luck trying to rid the mind of that Mr and Mrs. Atheist.

God has placed a secret conveniently in the conscience, that place which is the vault for everything known where no thief can steal, and is perfectly safe. This conscience knows that Moses is as real as Jerusalem, knows that Abraham, Isaac and Jacob lived,  knows that Daniel and Esther lived, and that the genealogies of Matthew and Luke are good as gold. But there is that great keeper of the lock, and his name is pride…

Leechery, thievery, and foolery, are not good ship mates with faith, hope, and love, just sayin.

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22 Responses to One blood

  1. Excellent—a most novel thought—would atheism exist if it were not for Christianity?
    Or perhaps even Judaism?
    And only a 14 inch space of separation…
    A marvelous quandary to ponder indeed CS–
    Excellent as usual my friend—

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    • ColorStorm says:

      Liberal Judaism is useful to the atheist because of the so called scholars who do not believe Moses lived, that Abraham was mere poetry, etc etc. True Judaism always, Always, ALWAYS leads to the fidelity of scripture which points obviously to Christ Himself.

      And of course ‘we will not have THIS man to rule over us…………………’ so they say anyway. But atheism needs a host! Tkx J.

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      • archaeopteryx1 says:

        Other than what it says, you really don’t know much about the Bible, do you?

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        • ColorStorm says:

          A man who believes one verse of scripture is a thousand more times qualified to speak of its relevance than a man who has memorized it entirely and believes none of it.

          Such is the wisdom of God. Connect the dots, and maybe someone else will smack your hands with a ruler for spouting such ignorance.

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      • no, when I reference Judaism, it is to the sacred and more conservative followers—old school, such as myself…the word liberal seems to always be equated with a tangent of otherness—a Jew who does not believe in the scriptures–the books of the Law, the prophets, the words of both Abraham and Moses is not worth his matzo

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Love your last line. 😉

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        • archaeopteryx1 says:

          the words of both Abraham and Moses

          I know just what you mean – there are those out there who don’t believe the words of Harry Potter and Dumbledore either! They keep saying they never existed! Scandalous!

          (CS SEZ: I truly feel sorry for a mind who equates Rowlings with the reality of Esther, Song of Solomon, the tribes of Israel, the reality and importance of the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers, the legacy and always relevant cities of Jerusalem and Rome, the apostle Paul, James, John, the isle of Patmos.

          I say it again, I feel sorry for you, for the insane comparison you make between the greatest book on earth with your comic book mentality. You have ZERO credibility, and many people are weary of your bizarre antics. The hatred of scripture is not natural.)

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        • Hi Arch– I wasn’t a big Harry Potter fan– after the first book–

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  2. Tricia says:

    Huh, I never thought about Atheism not being able to exist without having Christianity around as a punching bag, but it’s very true! Guess it just proves we all need the blood of life to survive, even an Atheist. 😉

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    • ColorStorm says:

      It appears there is good indication that the big ‘a’ would have no life in and of itself without the truth of God to rail against. As a matter of fact, there would be ‘no’ consideration of ‘no’ God, unless there was the true God.

      The truth of God as known by nature, and God Himself as known through scripture, as well as conscience, are the triplets of common sense that crush every false gripe. Man could never even dream of God if God were not already in the hardwire.

      But maybe the better question: how does atheism have a life of it’s own? Yep, it doesn’t. But that blood thing…………that’s a biggie trish. 😉

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  4. Citizen Tom says:

    Excellent post!

    Few people consider what the world would be like without Jesus Christ, but the changes that happened because of Jesus are astounding. How do I know? Well, even though I have not been one of those few people, I bought a book that looks at how Jesus changed our world. Since I have enjoyed it so much, I suppose I will review it on my blog.

    Nevertheless, as thoughtful as that book is, I don’t think the author of that book wrote about the possibility that without the blood of life Atheism would not survive. Yet it is true, but why? It has to do with pride. God humbles us just be His being.

    Satan knows God exist. He could not deny it. Still, He insanely insisted upon being greater than God. We have an “advantage.” Because we cannot cannot see God — He is a spirit — we can pretend He does not exist. We can ignore the evidence of that which is unseen and pretend Creation just happened.

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    • ColorStorm says:

      How many times have you sent this quote by your hero?

      Yet, McKowan and you would deny the existence of the wind……….would say that ‘love’ does not exist…………..and the level of embarrassment in your asserting ‘there is no God’ knows no measure.

      Maybe CTom is in a frame of mind to casually dismiss your claim.

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    • Citizen Tom says:

      Of the invisible and the non-existent look very much alike. Nevertheless, we have evidence of what we cannot see. We breath, for example.

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      • archaeopteryx1 says:

        Yes, we do – testable, falsifiable, peer-reviewed evidence by credentialed men and women. Then we have a Bible written by mostly anonymous Bronze and Iron Age priests and self-styled prophets, whose words are untestable, unfalsifiable, and peer-reviewed by no one.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Yeah true enough. Atheism has been peer reviewed by thoughtful people everywhere; scientists, policemen, doctors, janitors, nurses, teachers, media people, etc, etc, and they have rejected the notion of a world without God.

          And the scriptures? Ha, they need no defense, and will continue to wear out all your spitballs.

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        • archaeopteryx1 says:

          Really? Then why is it that 85% of the Academy of Science are atheist or agnostic?

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Nice. So you are admitting that 15 per cent of the so called intellectuals actually engage a different part of the brain that knows God is……….

          Once more I remind you, your dead heroes are gone, and God still provides light and darkness per His word.

          And as CT observed, you may want to thank Him for your next breath.

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        • Citizen Tom says:

          @arch

          Do you know what comes before love? Truth. God is Truth.

          Science and engineering as we know it today arose in only one part of the world, that place we call Christendom. During that time we call the Enlightenment, most scientists were Christians.

          Is 85% of the Academy of Science atheistic or agnostic? Give the tendency of some people to lie with statistics….. But let’s assume the number is absolutely true. At various times the majority has believed in child sacrifice, emperor worship, slavery, that baths were unhealthy. Given how irresponsible it is to put politicians in charge of educational institutions, it is probably a good idea to doubt the majority consensus whenever that consensus is basically established by the government.

          So, assuming that 85% number is true, what can we say about it? Most scientists are ignorant of the Bible and not particularly knowledgeable about history. Unfortunately, the universities and the schools that were originally set up to teach theology and about God’s creation have slowly been taken over by government. Too many politicians don’t want any competition. To many politicians, the belief God is just unwelcome competition. They expect us to worship them.

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        • Citizen Tom says:

          @arch

          I perused your reply to my comment (=> https://thenakedtruth2.wordpress.com/2016/04/22/one-blood/#comment-12081), the one you left in moderation on my blog.

          CT – no need to publish this, in fact I’d rather you didn’t, as I don’t want to interrupt your blog, but as predicted, CS won’t publish my response to your comment, and this is the only way I have of getting it to you. Feel free to delete after reading.
          (From Citizen Tom: I will leave the rest in moderation.)

          As you observed, ColorStorm predictably refused to post your response. What you don’t seem to understand is why he refused. Perhaps you should try to answer this question: Why do you expect ColorStorm to let you copy and paste Wikipedia articles onto his blog (=> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_science_and_engineering_in_the_Islamic_world)? Isn’t the link more than sufficient?

          Anyway, I think I understand your point. There have always been philosophers and investigators of the natural world. That is, Christendom is not the only place where men and women have diligently and systematically studied Creation.

          So why do I insist that science and engineering as we know it today arose in only one part of the world, that place we call Christendom? I agree that there have always been people who craved to understand what God has done. God gave us the gift of reason, and to some men and women, He gave some that gift abundantly. The record of what the gifted have accomplished sometimes stands out even where their work went largely unappreciated, but that is the point. These exceptions demonstrate the rule. Until Jesus walked the Earth and taught, learning was not appreciated. And after Jesus walked the Earth and taught, for a long time only in Christendom was learning appreciated.

          What is different about Christendom? It started slowly with the observation that all of us, not just the king or the elites, are made in the image of God. Slowly, it became an effort to help everyone learn to read the Bible. Eventually men and women realized that studying Creation is an act of worship. In time, the people of Christendom began to protect the rights of the fellows to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.

          Therefore, when someone learns something new, in Christendom others are ready and available to make use of that learning and teach that new knowledge. In other parts of the world, the discovery of new knowledge may still be largely unobserved and unappreciated. It depends upon the “needs” of the regime.

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  5. KIA says:

    CS,,
    not being atheist myself, but just not christian anymore…atheism not existing without Christianity? not sure if i understand the reasoning, since christianity is not the only form of theism in the world. but even if it were… no christianity, no True Theism ™ (ie. no True God) then of course… no need for any thing called Atheism to not believe in a god who doesn’t then exist. or am i missing something?
    -KIA

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