‘Had to get it off my chest Nan, I’m sick of these fanatics. Had a quick look at that cs blog today, that is one very dangerous bigot. Best I keep quiet for awhile to cool off.’
Intolerant of another man’s opinions? Me? Uh, no, I am not an atheist, one who cannot tolerate people’s living faith in God, and who would dare try to steal pure faith from a child. You got the wrong guy buster.
But at least I have to say thank you for the visit from this recent customer, but ‘one very dangerous bigot?’ Hmmm, really, based on what? Because I said a 4 year girl should not have to deal with a male pervert in a girl’s bathroom who thinks he is a woman? Does this recognition of truth make me a bigot? Is it intolerant to forcefully say that a man has no business in a girl’s bathroom?
Is me saying Boy Scouts are no place for girls a statement of bigotry? Boys should also not be admitted in the Girl Scouts. Is this intolerant, or common sense?
Does me saying that the moon above which retains its circular shape, and does not change from a rectangle or a triangle based on the daily whims of that circus aka evolution, make me a very dangerous bigot? Does my resolute mind which recognizes immutable changes, and my saying so, make me a bigot?
Immutable. The cold and antiseptic light of that most wonderful night orb called the moon is not the wishful thinking or accidental mistake resulting from a mindless and purposeless explosion. God created the sun, moon, the stars, and the earth, each with a distinct field of operation. If saying so makes me a bigot, thank you for the compliment.
The so-called bigotry is really a jealous cloak of a false charge coming from people who cannot tolerate any mans confidence in the living God. However, when I point out the utmost arrogance of an alleged cosmic sandstorm worshipped in the minds of godless infidels which revels in tohu va bohu (chaos), I am somehow a bigot because I present God as one of engineering, architecture, direction, control, order, and complete excellence, having zero chaos.
This is man’s business, the chaos part that is. There are no defects in God, and for this, I am the bigot? Really? Well guess what, how’s this morsel for further proof of my mental handicap?
The God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob is the only God of creation, and He is the God of the living, before whom, all men will be summoned, whether they be drowned, burnt, or just go by way of all the earth.
He is the God of Adam, Noah, Daniel, Ruth, Rahab, Naomi, Daniel, Mordecai, Esther, the Baptist, Paul the apostle, and all the saints of every age.
He is also however, and much to the chagrin of fools, the only God that atheists could ever despise, the only God merciful enough to not slay men instantly for such blatant disrespect for being trespassers on another man’s dirt.
Call me a bigot, and I will still tell the truth. The creator of gold, water, coal, birds, whales, men, foxes, and all that is, has no competitor. Sure, collectively there be false gods who are deaf, dumb, and blind, who can neither count to three nor tie their shoes, but let God be true and every man a liar.
Call me a bigot for such unshakeable confidence, and you can keep your fabricated guesswork that gives rocks the ability to construct blood, and where stupidity says that camels were once turtles, or that one day a fox will design a 747 that flies on water power. I delight in all things in, through, and to the Creator, a Creator who by the way, has hard-wired His Presence and purpose into all men, that none have an excuse.
For God’s sake, a man cannot take a single breath without inhaling the awareness of the Creator. But ‘a very dangerous bigot?’ Geez, call me narrow-minded, but it appears bigotry is reserved for the shallow of thought, they who cannot see that the leaves blowing in the unseen wind are but a glimpse into He who is clearly seen.
Mark Twain said that ‘travel is fatal to bigotry,’ and I agree that some need travel more than three feet from their stubborn minds that can see no more relevance and selfishness than themselves. Atheism is the epitome of selfishness. Call me a bigot, but false charges are a dime a dozen. Heck, Paul the apostle was called lunatic, and the apostles idiots. I like the company, the company of people who recognize the living God, and have no problem saying so.
But tolerate other people’s opinions? Sure, every man has the right to be an idiot. And I have a right to report the facts.