Monthly Archives: August 2014

Random Bible Verse for No Reason at All

As noted above, I am posting this random bible verse, but there is no deeper meaning to it. I was just randomly thinking of these verses, and figured I would post them for your enjoyment. And he told this parable: … Continue reading

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Dear Friendly Neighborhood Atheist 5

I see there are now churches for atheists. It seems like everyone wants some sort of ritual in their lives, and a place to share their worldview with others. Of course, I’m sure that’s just a coincidence. But how about … Continue reading

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Dear Friendly Neighborhood Atheist 4

Kind of interesting that among your scientific heroes are men like Francis Bacon, William of Ockham, Isaac Newton, Nicolaus Copernicus, Galileo Galilei, Tycho Brahe and Johannes Kepler. Because they are among the Christian heroes as well. Spooky how alike we … Continue reading

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Dear Friendly Neighborhood Atheist 3

You realize that the first people to be called Atheists were Christians, right? So, we are pretty much sharing a name, too.

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Dear Friendly Neighborhood Atheist 2

So, according to what I’ve read, you can prove that things that look designed can arise from non-intelligence-directed randomness. And you can prove this because Richard Dawkins did some experiments where he stood in for “non-intelligence-directed randomness.” It seems we are … Continue reading

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Dear Friendly Neighborhood Atheist

Regarding your argument that you believe in one less god than I do: Thanks for admitting that this is fundamentally a theological discussion, not a scientific one. See, we do have a lot in common.

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Sermon for Trinity 8

In light of the recent genocide of Christians in Iraq, today’s sermon addresses the persecution of Christians. Also, it’s the feast of Saint Lawrence, which fits right in with that. It starts slow, but picks up after the first paragraph. … Continue reading

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