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You can't prove there isn't a God. You believe it - I believe you are sincere - but that's your faith. You can't prove it.
I believe there is a God. I believe He designed, made the world and everything in it. I believe the sun, moon, stars, and penguins show great design - just to name a couple.
I think you guys have more faith than I do when it comes to believing preposterous stuff. My hat's off to your great faith - it's just illogical faith to me.
Man could not even make one acorn or one bee - this is evident to you guys. You can't explain magnetism or gravity - yet you think there was no designer? Great faith I say.
God can fix that for you in Christ. Determine to have it and have it you will.
What are you doing messing around there in Hebrews? Did you see the "therefore" and what it says after? By the way, as an outsider, who do you think wrote Hebrews?
I was a dedicated Christian for the first half of my life. I have already been down that road and it leads to a dead end. My needs are real and I haven't the patience for a god who makes promises and then never shows up.
If you are like most Christians who are confronted with that negative reality you will defend your faith in God by accusing me of being mistaken concerning the authenticity of my conversion and / or blaming me for never actually "believing" or "trusting" or "abiding" in Christ.
Putting the blame upon me is no different than a medical doctor trying to blame a sick patient because the patient died on the operating table. It's a cowardly attempt to shift responsibility.
As to the multiple meanings of Hebrews 6:4-6 it is by no means a settled issue among Christian denominations ( a fact that can be quickly substantiated by a simple internet search ).
I'm sure you will determine a meaning that bests represents your personal beliefs, as is the manner of all Christians.
As far as who wrote Hebrews I will simply read the introduction to Hebrews from my NIV bible:
"Although the author of Hebrews is unknown, this book was probably written in the late AD 60's."
Taken from "The Holy Bible, New International Version. Copyright 1973, 1978, 1984 by International Bible Society"
I'm sorry to hear that - and obviously I don't know what happened with you.
No, I don't have all the answers - you must be thinking about someone else.
Just as the disciples heard Jesus say things they didn't understand yet they held on I can live with the mysteries - and there are plenty. I don't have the answer to the Hebrews scripture. I would have to regard every man and woman as if they HADN'T reached the point of no return. And I hope that for you.