Oh the pain of foolishness

To prove I am an equal opportunity offender, have a look-see at this vid. Dawkins pretty much states that Darwin is God, then has the audacity to ask this as he turns his other cheek when facing God:  ‘Why did you take great pains to conceal yourself?’ when posing his question to God.

Meanwhile back in reality, was it Mr. Darwin sir, who gave the impossible ability for the demure bumblebee to fly, hovering like a helicopter, with a body as heavy as an army tank, with wings lighter than feathers? Evilution should be so embarrassed at such a defect sported by the humble little creature!!!

Atheists ALWAYS ask the wrong questions, and avoid a million answers already given. No Mr. Dawkins, your hero little god Darwin was not responsible for the creation of the whale, nor did he create the blueprints for the robin to build a bird’s nest, having never attended a single class at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.  Evilution be dmaned.

I swear these pseudo intellects have forfeited their right to common sense. This vid is painful to watch. Of course Dawkins does not believe there is a God responsible for all that is; he has promoted himself to God status, with Darwin as his right hand man, or vice versa, who cares? Whether it be  Darwin, Dawkins, Maher, Sagan, Silverman, DeGrasse, it does not matter, as they are all cut from the same tattered cloth of ignorance, which rags they wear are proof that they have hired a blind tailor.

Yet, God is still God, His word remains as the anvil which breaks every hammer against it; the moon has not lessened her light, the sun still provides heat, and Darwin is still dead, no doubt crying like an Argentinian river.

But back to our question: Why did God take great pains to conceal Himself? He didn’t, what are you Dopey? It’s called life. It’s called having eyesight. It’s called having a brain. Then there is that conscience thing which separates man from that snickering hyena, yet it appears the little beast has an excuse for his vicious manners.

God does not play hide and seek sir.

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8 Responses to Oh the pain of foolishness

  1. “…..they are all cut from the same tattered cloth of ignorance, which rags they wear are proof that they have hired a blind tailor.”

    LOL! Well said, Colorstorm. It seems the little emperor has no clothes.

    A bit funny, but some of us are so appalled at the complete lack of intellectual curiosity neo-atheists display, we’re actually romancing Nietzsche! Now there was a real atheist. Sigh. They sure don’t make them like they used to. 🙂

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  2. ColorStorm says:

    You are right. Many many ‘little emperors,’ legends in their own minds to be sure, all parroting the same gunk, goo, and monkey glue, with apologies to good apes everywhere.

    Can’t stand that crap, that junk science, that pretended smarts. I can barely tolerate 10 seconds of Dawkins smark, 3 minutes is pure torture. 😉

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  3. Citizen Tom says:

    I find the assertion that the Theory of Evolution is not controversial kind of funny.

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    • ColorStorm says:

      Every time that word ‘theory’ is used in the context of godlessness, especially by the so called intellectually elite, it strengthens the excellence of scripture.

      A man and woman reproduce offspring that will become men and women, NOT kangaroos, and it appears Darwin and ilk, (Dawkins here) forfeit all credibility in trying to maintain a ‘theory’ that is held together by rust.

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      • Citizen Tom says:

        @ColorStorm

        People on both sides of the issue make the same mistake, I think. Bishop James Ussher, said Creation happened a little over 6,000 years ago. It made sense at the time, I suppose, but many people now think the man foolish.
        => https://answersingenesis.org/bible-timeline/the-world-born-in-4004-bc/

        Fortunately, Bishop Ussher has been dead too long to much care about our opinion of his scholarship.

        So what about the Atheists? Well, to deny the existence of God is a sin that stems from pride. In pride we claim to know for certain things we can only guess might be true. Socrates defined wisdom a bit differently than the Bible, but it is a definition non-Christians would wise to consider.

        When I left him, I reasoned thus with myself: I am wiser than this man, for neither of us appears to know anything great and good; but he fancies he knows something, although he knows nothing; whereas I, as I do not know anything, so I do not fancy I do. In this trifling particular, then, I appear to be wiser than he, because I do not fancy I know what I do not know.

        Why do I believe in God? I can see the obvious. Creation is not an accident. Why do I believe the Bible? I take the word of those who went before me, people who refused to recant their belief in Jesus even when under the pain of torture. I can see that men would not have written the Bible without the inspiration of God. I can see that what the Bible teaches works.

        Nevertheless, I must admit I still know very little. I do not know how God does what He does. When we speculate, we should not take ourselves too seriously. Whether we be creationists or evolutionists, we don’t know how God does what He does.

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      • Citizen Tom says:

        Comment in moderation.

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  4. ‘”and Darwin is still dead, no doubt crying like an Argentinian river.”

    You crack me up

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