A Few Questions (originally meant to be sent to administrators as an e-mail)
I dont expect this to be taken seriously but here goes:
I am a Christian, I acknowledge the existence of the Holy Spirit and Christ, through whom I live and have existence. I am not here to tell you that you are going to hell, im sure the wolves in sheeps clothing that call themselves christians have attempted to oust you will damnation already. Im not here to insult you either, im sure you have recieved your share of insults. Im here to discuss. Feel free to respond, you will find im a fairly rational thinker.
I recently viewed some of your videos on the Blasphemy Challenge on youtube. I respect athiests in the manner that they are using their logical minds that have been given to them by God, and I agree with american atheists in that there are a lot of borderline-retarded Christians out there who use the bible as an excuse to be ignorant. However, logic and faith can be excercised without being irrational.
I believe you are misunderstanding the essence of the unforgivable sin. The blasphemy of the holy spirit is the perpetual denial of the existence of God or for the free forgiveness of sins. It seems like a waste of time since you are not really getting anywhere with denying the existence of the holy spirit. God will still forgive you if you wish.
I have a rebuttal to your belief that Christians are irrational. I find it just as irrational (that is if you dont believe in any sort of creator) to believe that atoms suddenly appeared, when one of newton's laws is that matter can neither be created nor destroyed. The first cause argument has never been successfully destroyed by an athiest for me, so see if you can do it. How do atheists explain the fact that everything in the universe must have a cause, yet there is a denial of the existence of a being that could have caused it??
General question to any atheist out there who wants to answer it. If there is no God, no eternity, no heaven, no hell, etc.; What is your explanation for the point of existence on earth. It would seem to me that the natural inclination is to have all the sex you want, do all the drugs you want, kill whoever you feel like, and live for youself. Otherwise, the second inclination is to end your meaningless life. After all, there is no point to it, correct? Nothing we do here has any significance. Why even have a moral code? You will not gain anything by it, you will not be condemned by it. Im sure that if someone were to walk up to a close friend of yours and shoot them point blank range, (if you were a true atheist and held to the logical nihilistic beliefs that sprout from nihilism), you would have no problem with that. However I get the feeling that you would have a huge problem with that. Explain to me why, if, after all, we are just a mass of atoms.
Thank you for taking the time to read this, and I pray God opens your eyes to his unimaginable mercy.
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