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 IAmAnAtheist » February 2007

February 2007

God helps His children. You have lost your job just as you lost your Faith. You should learn a lessen here. That you are rejecting the master so you should not be surprise dthat you are in sorrow. Your eternity of punishment has begun. Embrace Jesus if you want salvation and an end to your misery.

Posted on February 2, 2007 at 12:29 am by ideclare · Permalink
In: Personal attack

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  1. Written by Keith Smith
    on March 23, 2010 at 4:55 pm
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    1. ‘God helps his children’
    Are you saying that no believer ever lost a job? Or that anyone who loses a job cannot be a believer? Or that anyone who doesn’t lose a job must be a believer?

    Are times of high unemployment caused by a sudden loss of faith among the workers rather than by economic factors? Is every atheist unemployed, and every theist happily working?

    The only way you can hold this non-sensical belief is by being very selective in the evidence you choose to consider – atheist loses job because he has no faith, believer loses job because God works in mysterious ways…

    If you define all good things as being God’s reward for our faith, and all bad things as His punishment for our lack of faith, then how do you account for the fact that we all experience a random mixture of good and bad events throughout our lives? We must all fall in and out of faith continually, I presume?

    And when thousands die in earthquakes, floods or wars, or die of painful illnesses, should we assume that they are all faithless, otherwise God would ‘help his children’? Or is this ‘mysterious ways’ again?

    2. ‘Your eternity of punishment has begun…’
    So if the job-loser then gets a much better job, without any change in their beliefs, is that because the eternity of punishment has been suspended for a while? Strange concept of eternity.

    3. You write as if you know, with certainty and no room for the slightest doubt, what your God’s intentions were for this atheist job-loser. You apparently know God’s mind (apart from the mysterious ways, of course). You know the future – ‘eternity of punishment’. Does this make you omniscient? Does it make you God? Or does it just make you feel good in a mean, petty, spiteful sort of way? What a wonderful example you are to all God-fearing folk!

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