“The fool has said in his heart, there is no God” What does this Bible quote mean for people like Mr R Dawkins?Sep 11th, 2012 | By admin | Category: Questions You Ask (click for the full answer)
“The fool has said in his heart, there is no God” What does this Bible quote mean for people like Mr R Dawkins?
I just saw a recent interview with Richard Dawkins and some priests or something.
Dawkins said he wasn’t an atheist.
The priest said he was known as the World’s Greatest Atheist and Dawkins said not by him.
He is an agnostic and very close to an atheist according to this interview, but hasn’t closed the door.
I think many people are atheists, not because of God, but because of how man has portrayed God. Most of Christianity is just a sham and full of hypocrites, so when honest people think what these people do and teach are what the Bible says, even if they have read it themselves, they have those preconceived doctrines in their heads—no wonder they don’t want to worship the god that Christendom has invented.
I thank God, the real God that He won’t write these people off because of all the hypocrites out there who teach doctrines of demons instead of the Truth. Christendom will certainly pay for stumbling the masses. “Babylon is fallen is fallen and has become the habitation of every unclean thing.” That scripture is directly talking about Christendom, the Catholic Church more specifically, but since most of Christendom is her daughters they come under that umbrella because they have the same spirit.
When Christians pray for the Kingdom, what do they think they are praying for?
God’s will to be done on the earth as it is done in heaven.
For the resurrection of all of mankind
For Isaiah 35 when the highway of holiness is opened all the redeemed (all mankind–who are not faithful Christians in heaven) will get the opportunity to walk on it and it says “though the fool shall not err”, that is the simple minded will be able to figure it out. And in the context of this question, those who didn’t believe in God in the present life—those fools, will not err, continue in their unbelief.
The job of the faithful Christian of this age will be kings and priests in the next to help this present evil world come back into harmony with God that He may be All in All.
Judgment begins at the house of the Lord (Christendom and anyone who calls themselves a Christian)—that is proof positive that the rest of the world is not under judgment at this time. Another proof is that the faithful Christian is promised in the next age to judge men and angels.
So why do we want to condemn them now, when God hasn’t?