In light of the recent massacre upon church goers in rural Texas, it has been discovered that the shooter, the killer, the murderer was an avowed atheist. So, why do those who have adopted the atheistic doctrine end up in the state of mind as this killer? What standards did he live by? What guided him on his daily activities? How did he relate to others? Did he consider anything as a no no?
If there is no God, then we’ve been evolved from lower creatures and that’s all there is to it. Scientists have proof. You’re an animal. You will die someday just like all the other creatures on this planet, and that’ll be it. No more it’s over. So, live your life the best you can, accumulate as much money and enjoy the benefits while you can. See the world and enjoy the ride. Marriage, what’s that? Just two people hooking up together to share the same house. It’s cheaper that way and easier to move on when another better equipped one comes along. Whatever you desire is out there for you, just go get it. Sex was made to enjoy, so get in bed with whoever and have a good time, and if perchance the partner ends up pregnant, get rid of it. We don’t want it and don’t need to go through all that hassle and disturbance to this life. If someone offends you then get him before he gets you.
“On Fox News, Laura Ingraham noted that some of the reactions to the shooting pointed to “elite hostility to people of faith,” stating that “hostility to faith infects the popular culture.” She also spoke of a rising “militant secularism,” drawing attention to comments which mocked the prayers of believers on behalf of those affected by Sunday’s church massacre.
“First, it is a natural fruit of the harsh and condescending “new atheism,” which continues to poison many hearts and minds with its venom. God is not simply to be rejected; He is to mocked and ridiculed, as are His followers.
Over this next week or so, I will be delving into those tablets Moses came down from the mountain with: The Ten Commandments that define our morality. Perhaps just one Commandment at a time to keep it short and simple in layman terms.