Endangering the American Cause


“Communism begins where atheism begins…”
- Karl Marx

This last week, an atheist and humanist group has attempted to breathe new deception into the so-called “Jefferson Bible” and force upon the people their purposely revised and distorted version of history.

The group delivered what they call “A Jefferson Bible for the Twenty-First Century” to the 113th Congress, while also adding edited versions of the Koran, the Bhagavad-Gita, the Buddhist Sutras, and the Book of Mormon.

Apparently, these atheists and secularists have forgotten that those who serve “We the People” place their hand on the Bible while they give their oath of office, ending with “So help me God.”

Setting the Record Straight

Many university professors purposely indoctrinate their students with the contrived myth that Thomas Jefferson cut the Bible into pieces, sewed together the portions he agreed with, and got rid of the rest. However, it must be noted that...

  • Thomas Jefferson worked extensively for Religious liberty (under the umbrella of Christianity). http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yJP9JunTYmk
  • At Jefferson’s request his headstone read, “Author… the Statute of Virginia for religious freedom.”
  • Jefferson helped found the Virginia Bible Society, and was a substantial financial contributor.
  • He had a long history of working with missionaries and specifically bringing Christianity to the Native Americans.
  • To that end, Jefferson took two different bibles from the White House and created a condensed version of the Gospels, not excluding miracles but taking out redundancies. This was a shortened work titled by Jefferson as “The Life and Morals of Jesus of Nazareth,” not the “Jefferson Bible.”
  • The work was then re-printed and given to members of Congress upon taking office, a 50-year tradition that carried into the 20th century.
  • It is filled with accounts of miracles, raising the dead, healing lepers, multiplying food for thousands, heaven, hell, the resurrection, and the Son of God!

Friends, distorting American history is a deliberate lie, and lying is not permissible by law.

Is the atheist of today under a different set of rules and laws than the American people, namely a law unto themselves?

No.

Case-in-point: A self-proclaimed atheist called in to my radio show and said America is not a Christian nation. I then asked him, “Is it against the law to kill, commit adultery, steal, and lie?” He answered, “Yes.” I said, “Who told you that?” I answered, “My Father did” (Exodus 20).

These atheist, secularist communists, and communists they are, are willing to play the minions to help constitute foreign government (the Koran, etc.) over that of American government (the Bible).

Not only are they enemies to God, but to America as well.

John Witherspoon, signer of the Declaration of Independence and president of Princeton University, said:

“(H)e is the best friend to American liberty who is most sincere and active in promoting true and undefiled religion (Christianity)… Whosoever is an avowed enemy of God, I (hesitate not) to call him an enemy to his country.”

Why were our forefathers so adamant about placing God and His Laws in the forefront of American government? Because history teaches us that the atheist’s ideology is responsible for the death and destruction of millions of people.

Here are a few examples: 300,000 Italians were murdered under Mussolini’s reign; 20 million Chinese were murdered under Mao Zedong’s reign; and 20 million Russians were murdered under Stalin’s reign - all of which were atheists.

William Penn’s words prove to be true:

“Men must be governed by God or they will be ruled by tyrants.”

The American people, atheists, and secularists included, would do well to remember that those who serve “We the People” also swear to “support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic.”

In conclusion, America must take note that atheism was unknown in our nation during its foundation. Benjamin Franklin said:

“…serious religion, under its various denominations, is not only tolerated, but respected and practiced. Atheism is unknown…”

America’s undisputable Christian heritage is right in front of your eyes:

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  • http://twitter.com/EarlOfLade Earl of Lade

    Wow - what an idiot!

    I am a social democrat and atheist since the day I was born. Now I am going to teach you something that will blow your mind!

    2 atheists only have to agree on one simple thing - gods do not exist! On every other topic under the sun, the 2 atheists may disagree. Atheism is not a political movement, not a dogma, no plans, no goal.

    And no atheists do not support he Koran, it just another dumb piece of mytholoigy on par with the bible. Complete crock!

  • Ajean72

    I ask this question to atheists and I never get a straight answer. What is going to stop your own government from murdering you?

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Adam-Patrick/100000027906887 Adam Patrick

      You could ask the same of Christians.

    • Ajean72

      And I will answer you everytime, the 2nd Amendment, which was brought to us by God fearing men, the Founding fathers. Your move.

    • OmniLiquid

      Your guns will stop their trained soldiers, tanks, jets, drones, nukes, and whatever else the government has? You must be the biggest badass of all time. Or delusional.

    • Ajean72

      Not exactly, but ALL of the men and women who operate those tanks, jets, drones, nukes and whatever else the government has will not always go against the American people, either. What is it with lefties and their hatred. Must be a very sad way to go through life, Always angry and hateful. Good luck with that.

    • OmniLiquid

      But them not going against the American people isn't what you implied by the second amendment protecting you. My point is that whatever it is that stops someone in power from sending a drone to your house and blowing it up, it is not the second amendment. It is more likely basic human decency and empathy. Or if you're extremely cynical (which I'm not), the loss of political power and the penalties such an act would cause.

      Also, I don't understand why you assume I am angry and hateful. I am not angry with you (yet), nor do I hate you. I just thought the reason you gave was rather silly. So I posted something to show how silly it was. Sorry if it offended.

    • http://twitter.com/EarlOfLade Earl of Lade

      Social belonging, decency, the realization that murderirg people never brings about good things and many many more things. None of which has anything to do with middle eastern bronze age myths!

      Can you tell me why Christians are so violent and kill so many when one of the 10 commandments command you to not kill?

    • Ajean72

      I wouldn't know. I am not a Christian, so cya!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Human-Ape/100001623230964 Human Ape

    What Jefferson did or did not do to the Bible is less important than the total lack of evidence for all religious fantasies including the magic god fairy. The god nuts have nothing but their wishful thinking. darwinkilledgod dot blogspot dot com

  • LIONESS

    AS time passes, more and more people will begin to THINK for themselves....religion is BEGINNING to run it's course....

  • Bradlee Dean's Mother

    Bradley I thought I told you to stay off the internet!. You're just going to embarrass yourself!

    • Ajean72

      Bradlee must have hit a nerve, huh? Means he's doing the right thing.

    • http://twitter.com/EarlOfLade Earl of Lade

      No, but it always baffles me to the core how many uninformed, ignorant and willfull liars you can find here, your son included.

      And I have never understood the fascination in the US with some middle eastern bronze age myths that has nothing to do with reality

    • Ajean72

      I have no son! What are you babbling about? You're a troll and as such should be treated as one. Talk to yourself from now on, hateful troll.

  • http://twitter.com/myeverymovment DissidentDexter

    another scared little mind, hiding from reality behind their imaginary friend, who just HAPPENS to think EXACTLY like they do......

  • guester

    Other than Christian Fundamentalism, another very grave ailment you are suffering from is ethnocentrism. Why do you think you speak for god, have you no humility?

    "Freedom of religion" means everyone can choose to follow your religion, other religions, or no religion at all; don't forget that (idiot). Our laws are not actually god's laws, our laws are INSPIRED by the alleged god's so called laws. God "enforces" his laws with death and eternal punishment, that's the extent of the celestial criminal justice system; in the meantime, god leaves us an awful lot of leeway to do whatever we want while on earth. What laws we choose to embrace and enforce is OUR CHOICE as HUMAN BEINGS with the RIGHTS we've been granted by the MAN MADE laws selected by our forefathers. We can in fact all vote and put people in congress that could completely revamp the constitution, whether "God" is involved or not.

    By your logic of God having chosen America, why did he turn his back on the Spanish Empire? Were they not devout and successful in spreading the faith? And what of the immense depopulation of Native Americans, North and South, that came not only at gun point but also through inadvertent biological warfare? Up to 100 million Native Americans died at the hands and germs of Christians. Where was your god then? And why don't you keep counts on all evils instead of just the ones you choose to acknowledge?

    I hope someday you lose your faith. That's a once both a blessing and a curse.

    Now go think, really really really really really really really really really hard and long. And at some point, give all your dirty American blood money to the poor, you hypocrite.

    • SOCIALISIM-MUSTGO!

      maybe you can answer my questions in my post to the poster above yours , and is every american who has some money a hyprocrite ? is it a crime to have some money ? why do aetheists always attribute things of man to god ? or are your attributes to the faith of christianity only ? did all dirty American blood money existence come from christians ?
      I am not condoning any of the crimes you charge or disputing whether they exist or not ?
      is the wickedness of certain people of faith, is that clear and convincing evidence exists for non existence of God ? why if god does exist is he required to interfere in the wickedness of man when you ask where was your god then ? why would you hope for someone to lose faith because of the past crimes that you charge of others who were supposed to have faith ? does that not contradict the freedom of faith you recite ? Is it possible that those of no faith or a different faith are about to disarm everyone like a majority of American indians who either had no arms or insufficient Arms ? And are those who would disarm us not in control of the very same biological weapons ? you make strong points in your arguements and it sounds like there is strong conviction in them , i am just checking if you gave them all full consideration before condemnation ?

  • http://twitter.com/ThundalArchsys Thundal Archsys

    Yes, because clearly the guy who thinks that lying and adultery are crimes knows a ton about law...

    Pro-tip: Freedom of religion is based on the fact that we're a secular nation, and free to believe, or not, as we prefer. Also on that note, secular nations unviersally fare better... might want to check your international stats to see how well other "christian" and otherwise religious nations are doing: the happiest nations, those with the least crime, and those with the most educated populations are all primarily atheist in population... strange, huh?

    You're a goon.

    • SOCIALISIM-MUSTGO!

      so in your educated aetheist or non aetheist secular opinion and leaving god out of the equasion........... is it right or wrong to lie and or decieve others ?
      and do those who lie and decieve others to commit their adultery right or wrong ?
      is there a secular way to commit adultery without deceiving ,are you to ask permission first ?
      regardless of whether condemnation from God or others exists if its purely secular adultery ?
      and so the happiness and prosperity of man and crime control are dependant on secularisim
      belief which is what ? That everyone just do as they please in all things or just in respect to faith ? so you believe that it is christian faith which destroys nations then and causes them to not to prosper ? what basis of formation of law do you prescribe to?
      just secularisim correct ?
      where is the basis of right or wrong defined from therein ? will of a majority ?
      if you say the majority consensus is the law then you are committing treason against a government not created in that principal,it wasnt created as a democracy it was created as a moral republic and was not designed for any other kind of people so to not be moral and only secular is treason........against the founding principal
      maybe should check the stats on the success of democracies ? rome, greece,USA
      if you say deceit has nothing to do with law then why do the crimes of fraud exist ?
      only because a party is damaged ? and then so no fraud would be a criminal act and only civil then correct ?...........RESTORE THE MORAL REPUBLIC
      AND REMOVE IT FROM THE TREASONOUS GOONS OF DEMOCRACY!

  • stephanie jones

    I think you need to do a LOT more research and reading about Thomas Jefferson. In his time he was attacked by clergy for his beliefs such as these:

    Millions of innocent men, women and children, since the introduction of Christianity, have been burnt, tortured, fined and imprisoned; yet we have not advanced one inch towards uniformity.

    -Thomas Jefferson, Notes on Virginia, 1782

    Question with boldness even the existence of a god; because if there be one he must approve of the homage of reason more than that of blindfolded fear.

    -Thomas Jefferson, letter to Peter Carr, August 10, 1787

    Christianity neither is, nor ever was a part of the common law.

    -Thomas Jefferson, letter to Dr. Thomas Cooper, February 10, 1814

    Even Benjamin Franklin wasn't a christian. He said, "I have found Christian dogma unintelligible. Early in life, I absenteed myself from Christian assemblies."

    Educate yourself, read more... you just may learn something.

    • Roger

      Stephanie, I have not voted down your comment and I do intend to leave a reply. I commend you for leaving us with the last line you wrote. I wish that all people had the courage to allow others to dissent as you have. I wish that those who dissent without leaving any answers of their own would get some courage.

      I am a Christian, a born-again believer in Jesus Christ. I live my life under the guidance and tutelage of the Holy Spirit, who prompts and encourages me to make changes in my life when I know I have done wrong. This Spirit also gives me strength and peace to go through tough times while still maintaining my faith. I will never waver nor abandon that faith.

      1. I have never been instructed that it is acceptable to sell my daughter as a sex slave. I, too, believe this would be wrong and would never do that to my child. I do not know any other Christian who has been so instructed. I have never heard of any professing Christian who even advocates or intimates that such a thing is acceptable. Your statement is completely false.

      2. I do not believe that a woman who is not a virgin when married should be stoned to death. I do not know any other Christian who believes that. I have never heard of any professing Christian who even advocates or intimates that such a thing is acceptable. Your statement is completely false.

      3. I do not believe that it is right to own slaves or to beat them if I did. You are so right that it is wrong to exploit people, to own them, and in the context used, to beat, hit, strike, or punish them. (Note the words: in the context used.) I do not know any other Christian who believes that owning slaves is right. I have never heard of any professing Christian who even advocates or intimates that such a thing is acceptable. Your statement is completely false.

      4. I do not believe that murdering my son or children as a sacrifice is good and right. I, myself, would never do that. Furthermore, I do not know any other Christian who believes that. I have never heard of any professing Christian who even advocates or intimates that such a thing is acceptable. Your statement is completely false

      Where do you stand on the issue of infanticide, i.e., abortion? There is no doubt, no doubt at all, that abortions end the lives of unborn sons and daughters. Do you approve of that? Do you think that is "good"? I sincerely hope you don't, but if you do, perhaps you should look at the hypocrisy of your own position instead of trying to point out someone else's.

      John 8:7 captures this thought beautifully and actually ties it in with one of your statements above concerning stoning women because of sexual activity. Jesus told the (self-righteous, hypocritical) men who wanted to stone a woman who was "caught" in the sin of adultery that, "Whoever is without sin among you, cast the first stone." This principle can and should be applied to everything in life. In other words, before we start slamming someone else, we should examine our own hearts to see where we have the same problem.

      As you said, "Educate yourself, read more...you just may learn something."

      Thank you for giving me the opportunity to converse with you.

    • stephanie jones

      I welcome discourse. Thank you for your reply. You rebutted several of my points, but I do not understand why. The bible clearly endorses these practices, for example:

      Exodus 21:7-11 - When a man sells his daughter as a slave, she will not be freed at the end of six years as the men are. If she does not please the man who bought her, he may allow her to be bought back again. But he is not allowed to sell her to foreigners, since he is the one who broke the contract with her. And if the slave girl's owner arranges for her to marry his son, he may no longer treat her as a slave girl, but he must treat her as his daughter. If he himself marries her and then takes another wife, he may not reduce her food or clothing or fail to sleep with her as his wife. If he fails in any of these three ways, she may leave as a free woman without making any payment.

      I do not agree with this, as I would never allow my daughter to be sold as a slave.

      Deuteronomy 22: 20-21 - But if this charge is true (that she wasn't a virgin on her wedding night), and evidence of the girls virginity is not found, they shall bring the girl to the entrance of her fathers house and there her townsman shall stone her to death, because she committed a crime against Israel by her unchasteness in her father's house. Thus shall you purge the evil from your midst.

      There are countless passages referring to slaves, their punishment, and general instructions on slavery. I agree with none of it. I will post passages if you like, but there are really just too many to list in a rebuttal. Jesus even endorsed slavery, read Luke again.

      In Genesis, god asks Abraham to sacrifice his son. In Exodus 13, god asks for every first-born son to be consecrated for him

      In Judges, Jephthah burns his daughter in sacrifice. In the book of Wisdom, a mostly catholic book, children are sacrificed also.

      Which blends in nicely with your last inquiry. I do not like abortion. But, I feel if we take a woman's choices out of her hands, then we do a disservice to that woman.
      Please allow me to take this a step further, and share a rather personal experience with you.

      Several years ago I was pregnant. I suffered a placental abruption, where the placenta tears away from the uterus. I bled out. The only way to save my life was to do a hysterotomy, after the doctor gave me multiple transfusions to stabilize my vitals, as I was dying from losing about half my blood volume. During the hysterotomy, the fetus, which was just over four months old, didn't survive. The baby may have died during the abruption, but most likely not.

      My personal fear is that of many other women: If you allow law makers to make medical decisions for us, we will suffer.

      The bottom line is that Roe v. Wade isn't going anywhere. Politicians love to talk about it during election years, but the public as a whole doesn't want this ruling overturned, and it's not going to be.

      Reading the bible is a lot more scary to me than thinking about abortion anyway. In the bible, god has no problem sacrificing people, including children, so it confuses me a bit that this is such a hot button issue with christians.

      You don't agree with the assumptions I made in my original comment, and I truly don't understand. If you read the bible, believe the bible, and follow the teachings there, then you must accept things like slavery, child slavery, rape, and murder. If you don't, then you may not be a christian.

    • Roger

      Hi, Stephanie. I sense that you really do want to understand what I am saying and I honestly appreciate that attitude. If we can continue in this way, we will learn from each other and both of us will be better off because of it.

      I am truly sorry that you had to experience what you did. I am sure that it was a hard time for you and I hope that you are able to completely overcome any negative effects (body, soul, and spirit) which might cause you harm. I will remember you in my prayers. That can't hurt, can it?

      Please don't, however, confuse your situation and the medical procedures which were necessary to save your life with a decision to abort and kill an unborn child for the sake of convenience. They are not the same at all and should not even be compared. In both cases, a human being dies. Yours could rightly be seen as self-defense, which is justified. The other is deliberate homicide, which is not.

      In the points which I rebutted, you made the claim that Christians are taught, believe, and practice certain things which you find repugnant. I simply said and will repeat that your claims are wrong. Christianity does NOT have any room for these items and many other similar ones. What you are referring to is the old Hebrew code and societal norms out of which Christianity grew. You have simply pulled a few verses out of context and tried to bolster your position with them. Christianity is as far removed (probably more so) from these ancient Hebrew practices as Gandhi's teachings were from the practices of the Indian people 4000 years before him. No one that I know of tries to claim that Gandhi espoused abhorrent, repulsive action because he descended from a group of people who might have.

      The old Hebrew code had, I believe, 613 laws and regulations which everyone was expected to conform to in order to be considered "clean" enough to be a functioning part of that society. If someone was found guilty of infringing any one of these rules, they could be severely punished and often were, unless they had political pull with the "authorities". Jesus called these authorities hypocrites and whitewashed sepulchres (tombs). They may have been conforming to the law physically, but in their soul they were completely unrepentant and rebellious toward that law. They were hypocrites.

      The fact is that Jesus taught us and is teaching us a better way--love. In fact, He condensed all the laws into these two. "Jesus said to him, "You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your mind. This is the first and great commandment and the second is like it. "You shall love your neighbor as yourself. On these two commandments hang ALL (emphasis added) the Law and the Prophets." (Matthew 22:37-40)

      The Apostle Paul takes this even further. "For the commandments, 'You shall not commit adultery', 'You shall not murder', 'You shall not steal'...and if there is ANY OTHER (emphasis added) commandment are all summed up in this saying, namely, 'You shall love your neighbor as yourself.' Love does no harm to a neighbor, therefore love is the fulfillment of the law." (Romans 13:9,10)

      I cannot imagine anything clearer. If I love truly love God, then I will love my neighbor, who is anyone I come into contact with in any way, shape, or form, including you. Furthermore, if I love God, then I will love my neighbor as I would like to have my neighbor love me. I will do my neighbor no harm because I don't want my neighbor to do harm to me. In that respect, referring back to some of your earlier statements, you aren't very far from the truth yourself.

      The plain and simple truth is that the laws and actions which were sanctioned and practiced thousands of years ago are no longer valid for us today. We are commanded and expected to love each other and to structure our lives accordingly. Love conquers everything. Love never ends.

      I am 54 years old and must admit that I have had a hard time learning this. God loves me, I am beginning to recognize what it means to love Him, and I am starting to apply that love to my fellow world citizens. My life is becoming one of peace, happiness, and joy. I believe that, finally, I am beginning to understand. This is the only way to live.

      Stephanie, be blessed as you search for that love in your own life. You will find it if you don't stop looking.

    • stephanie jones

      You have chosen to ignore the laws and rules from the old testament, and I agree with your decision. But, read the new testament more carefully, Jesus did not abolish those old laws, in fact, he wanted them enforced.Matthew 5:17 Jesus says, "Think not that I come to destroy the law or the prophets; I come not to destroy, but to fulfill."

      Please understand, I have read the bible. I was raised in a christian church, I was baptised, confirmed, the whole deal. As an adult I read more carefully the book that my religion was based on, and discovered that I didn't agree with much of it at all. I read with an open mind. I questioned. I looked for answers. I found them when I released myself from that belief, that crutch. I now believe in myself, my husband, and my family. I realized that I did not believe in the existence of god at all, and that the book I had treasured all my life was a work of fiction, written by men to suppress others.

      As a man, you have chosen to ignore parts of the bible. I question how you can do this, and still believe. How can you read those stories, know they are wrong, but still worship.

    • Roger

      There are two counts here in which I think you are in error.

      1. I have not chosen to "ignore" the laws and rules from the Old Testament. Ignoring the rules would simply mean that I could then institute my own. Those would be no better than the ones previously mentioned. Rather I understand that they have been fulfilled in Christ and He has brought us to a greater level of understanding of God, His love, and our responsibility to Him and our fellow citizens.

      2. Jesus did come to fulfill the law and prophets as you said. It doesn't follow, though, that He wanted them enforced by man. In fact, on more than one occasion, He went head to head with the rulers who DID want to enforce the old laws and confronted the injustice and cruelty with which they were administered.

      The entire Old Testament is a history of man's entrance into the world of sin and the redemptive process which God used to bring them out of it.
      Those laws and the words of the prophets all pointed to and culminated in the life of Jesus. In one sense you are right, He does want His laws enforced, but today and for us is is a purely voluntary action in the spirit of His love as we are guided and prompted by the Holy Spirit.

      I could not do this if I was still bound to the letter of the law, nor could anyone. The Bible makes this very clear. Jesus came to set us free, He has no interest in seeing us bound more tightly. The letter of the law kills, but the spirit gives life. I live, breathe, and worship the Creator in the Spirit and I am free because of it.

    • stephanie jones

      "It is easier for Heaven and Earth to pass away than for the smallest part of the letter of the law to become invalid." Luke 16:17

      I really think you are mistaken on the instructions that are in the new testament.

    • Roger

      I think we're probably not going to come to agreement on this issue so I'm going to drop it. For now, at least.
      I've enjoyed our conversation. Come back again sometime.

    • stephanie jones

      No, we're probably not going to agree. But, that's okay. I too enjoyed the debate, and hopefully we gave each other things to think about. :-)

    • Roger

      Stephanie, I wonder if you would be willing to let me know your religious upbringing? In a general way, of course, and if you don't want to do that, it will be perfectly OK. I'm just curious to see how much it shaped your beliefs now.

      Peace and blessings to you and yours.

    • SOCIALISIM-MUSTGO!

      out of context and intent that is what your demise has been. I am sorry the baptists did this to you they are very judgemental and bend scipture and now, how have you changed ? and whose works are you doing when you attack scypture and others of faith ? What is the purpose of an aetheist attempting to convert people of faith ? you are way outnumbered in the world ,do you want people to all be converted or just in the USA ? because of your knowledge of scypture you are like a loaded gun lying around for children or anyone to pick up you can only do more harm than good , there is no good purpose in your works other than to convince your ownself that christianity is evil.
      Anyone that attempted to argue scypture with you would be foolishly wasting there time , what of waste of brain space knowledge of scypture to be used only to destroy faith is this not the worst of blasphemies which was done unto you and now you repeat the same ? you have become what you hate and it has consumed you.

    • SOCIALISIM-MUSTGO!

      " I realized that I did not believe in the existence of god at all, and that the book I had treasured all my life was a work of fiction, written by men to suppress others."..............
      you are attributing evil works to the wrong owners , the paradox of your reasoning is that a belief in God empowers you to unlatch yourselves from the evil of the suppressers and oppressers by declaring their authority invalid over your own freedom and beliefs without the concepts of freedom taught through scrypture you have no authority other than your ownself to call on to deny enslavement or your right to not have your rights alienated when you remove this authority over yourself you become subjective to the will of those who do what you oppose and ensnare yourself in the abyss of their labyrinth and an undesirable matrix.
      you believe you unlatch yourself when you don't who will you call upon when they take all your freedoms from you ? they already tell you how to live , what to use as money where and who and how much tribute to pay to them why would they want to except any power that is greater than their own reason?
      you have now become them. and you do their works and they are your master. you have not found freedom you have enslaved yourself to the worldly master and the majority of the will of those who he has also deceived.
      you have no authority you have lost it.

    • SOCIALISIM-MUSTGO!

      you sure love to attribute things from man and of those who pervert their faith, to God and christianity is that right or wrong in your superior moral character ?
      to lie or deceive is wrong according to you but you attribute things deceitfully.
      sorry i misspelled unalienable two months ago i replied.

  • TheHappyAntichrist

    Wow! I'm confident many in these comments shed a heartfelt tear at the loss of the ancient and beloved Christian tradition of murdering apostates, heretics, and aldulterers in the streets as was fashionable amongst the faithful for over a thousand years. The early regimes of the twentieth century, though bloody, were short lived and pale in comparison to the dark pit of fear, and despotism that Christianity threw civilization into for a millennium. If you want to compare body counts, don't forget the millions God murdered or had slaughtered in your unholy Bible. With today's technology and population, a prophet, like Moses, fulfilling the bloodthisty wishes of God would embarrass the likes of Stalin. Let a Christain theocracy of old control the States and the very seas my turn red from the massive murders.

    • SOCIALISIM-MUSTGO!

      and maybe your prophecies will be fulfilled the wickedness of this society of the will of man is evident, does the concept of morality not exist at all to an aetheist ? and after all revelations does say the pale rider returns with an army. does your comparisons say that you would prefer to trust the genocide judgement of the dictators over that of God or of revelations ? maybe man chooses to genocide the unwicked when God chooses to genocide the wicked scientifically does that possibility exist ?. so i guess it boils down to whose judgement you choose to make that judgement . I commend you for having that level of faith in your fellow man .But, I also think the point of your arguements attributes things to God that are of man ,many things that were wrong have been done by man in the name of God that were wicked. So would you rather have the wickedness of man destroy the earth or if the creator God does exist would it be more appropriate for him to destroy his own creation under his own authority ? Just asking scientifically which is more appropriate to your aetheisim? basicaly your contentions seem to be saying is that it is more appropriate for the wickedness of man to destroy creation than it would be for the creator to destroy it or to destroy the wicked? Do you believe that man created life and therein lies his authority to destroy it ? Do you believe we are ape or crawled up out of the oceans ? I just don't even know what aetheists believe ? If it is that believe nothing then what do you have ? Do you not have what it is you believe you have ? Who has authority over your spirit ? Or do you believe you don't have one , Man ? I am ignorant to aetheisim I will admit that I don't understand it . Do you believe that you do not have a spirit ? Because if so then my own experiences would defy that assertion regardless of who has authority over it ,because I have had spiritual experiences that had nothing to do with any particular religion at all.
      So was it my own will that invoked them ? and if so then why or how did I posess the power and authority to do so and where does it come from ? Is there a monopoly over the spirit or understanding thereto that aetheists have that they aren't sharing with christians ?
      Some great secret that the christians arent priveledge to because they are blinded to it by their faith ? You say basically that christians are full of hatred because of your understanding of history and I can see where that frame of reference or perception could be arrived at , but one might also challenge that ,that perception is vague and simplistic and does not take in a full examination of the evidence also.
      If you have the answers then please just pass the apple and share them with the rest of us or is there some club or organization you must belong to to be worthy of such enlightenments and if they are so moral and correct and righteous then share them so that we all may be lifted into a greater consciousness. I fail to see where a hatred of belief in God elevates us all into a greater existence and if it is so successful in doing so then why is society so wicked and immoral are these concepts false also ? you argue that people claiming to be of God are or have been wicked and you offer comdemnation of it ,but where is the solution? Your solution isnt working because we arent being lifted and exhalted as great and moral and just. Believing in nothing leaves with just that and believing in our own will has brought us at our present destination . Is it that you would have me believe that our present status is great ? all is wonderful and utopia is here and now ?
      or is that yet to be achieved through your sciences and only a works in progress
      how to do you attempt to achieve this by violating and eliminatiing freedom of religion or faith ? What doctrines do you actually believe in ? nothing ? something ? something presently known to man ? or something yet to be discovered ? just what is it ?
      your arguement does nothing ! it poses or proposes no solution for the ills of man is man not ever ill ? if not then why are we ever even attempting to do anything about it ?
      if it's all just pointless and fruitless then what is it that we should do just keep running amuck doing everything and anything and nothing at the same time ?
      Is Christianity the only or gravest ailment man suffers from ?
      you are confident that you know the feelings of others ? thats what you say those are your words ,so are we to declare your or each of our own confidences God
      the undeniable self evident truth is that aetheists abhor the concept of God and declare themselves God by claiming he doesnt exist and that there is no validity in anyones faith except your confidence ! If it is all just made up to control and to mislead belief then why did so many have so much faith in the confidences of many others who declared Gods existence ? Is the earth still flat ? how did they discover it wasn't ?
      should those that believed it wasnt had no belief or faith in anything ?
      they must have derived conviction from something what was it ? their confidence ? what gave them so much conviction in their confidence ? was it blind ? blind like faith ?
      I am sorry but your blind faith in your confidence is a self contradiction
      but at least you have faith in SOMETHING!

  • SecularPatriot

    Case-in-point: A self-proclaimed atheist called in to my radio show and said America is not a Christian nation. I then asked him, “Is it against the law to kill, commit adultery, steal, and lie?” He answered, “Yes.” I said, “Who told you that?” I answered, “My Father did” (Exodus 20).

    First off, lying and adultery are not crimes. Lying to a court (purgery) is a crime. Lying to misrepresent yourself in a transaction (fraud) is a crime. But those are particular cases.

    Second, killing and stealing are illegal in every country on Earth. So I guess by your cracked logic, they're all Christian countries!

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Adam-Patrick/100000027906887 Adam Patrick

      It's also legal for me to worship other gods, and I don't have to remember the Sabbath.

  • http://www.facebook.com/rusty.yates.7 Rusty Yates

    Lying is permissible by law and you are doing it in spades. I love to see you guys howl. Atheism is on the rise big time - scary isn't it?

    • WASP

      Amorality and queerness is on the rise, and all of these people find it necessary to deny religion in order to justify their perversions. Personally, I think their idiocy should be between them and God, but I don't buy into the stupidity of allowing a small minority of loosers to force their crap on everyone else. So do your perversion behind closed doors and shut the hell up.

    • Really Mr. WASP?

      Hey! He's an atheist! A dirty rotten atheist! I bet he's queer too! Yeah, those people who don't believe in god are always amoral, evil lying and stupid. Oh! AND he wants his rights under the U.S. constitution respected? Wow! What a complete idiot. That's why we are a democracy stupid. Not to have all voices heard, but to "correct" everyone else who doesn't agree with us in the majority!

      I am so glad I am so much better than him, being loved by Jesus, calling myself a "mini-Christ". Yeah, Jesus would totally high five me for standing up for his favorite nation, America. Forget what he said in Mark 12:31, I'm sure he didn't REALLY mean it was the "greatest of all commandments". No, I'm sure he meant to show his love by going around calling people of different opinions than me, "perverts''

      Fun reads I recommend for a fellow believer;

      Matthew 5:43-44
      Ye have heard that it hath been said, Thou shalt love thy neighbour,
      and hate thine enemy. But I say unto you, Love your enemies, bless them
      that curse you, do good to them that hate you, and pray for them which
      despitefully use you, and persecute you;

      Mark 10:45 For even the Son of man came not to be ministered unto, but to minister, and to give his life a ransom for many.

      Luke 5:31, 32 And
      Jesus answering said unto them, They that are whole need not a
      physician; but they that are sick. I came not to call the righteous, but
      sinners to repentance.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Adam-Patrick/100000027906887 Adam Patrick

      I can't tell if you're a troll or incredibly stupid

  • A. Levy

    It's quite obvious that, because they see a Marxist govt. in power, atheists see this as the very best opportuinty they have ever had to remove ALL religion from America. They know that the Muslim-in-Chief is with them regardless of what lies he says in public.
    Can they actually accomplish their mission? With the American people being weaker, dumber, and far more gullible than at any other time in our history, i wouldn't be surprised.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Adam-Patrick/100000027906887 Adam Patrick

      Yeah, a Muslim will side with atheists. Do you even believe the garbage you posted?

  • http://www.bibleversusconstitution.org/ Ted R. Weiland

    Jefferson (who cut the virgin birth, miracles, resurrection, and ascension of Christ – what he described as a “dunghill” – out of his cut-and-paste New Testament) was anything but a Christian and, in fact was an antichrist. Consequently, anyone who attempts to promote him as a Christian finds him is in jeopardy of being judged according to 2 John 1:7-11.

  • Greg137

    Satan is behind this movement of the Left wing.. The Left are blind to the manipulation of the father of lies.. The ancient pagans were staunch enemies of both the Jewish faith, and the Christian faith and they all had alot in common.. Temples, sacrifices, wild sex out of wed lock, chanting, and a universal unexplained hatered for our Judeo-Christian LORD ...
    The pagans all served two primary dieties among their various partheons, and they were the sun god, and mother nature... The Bible declares that lucifer was called the angel of the dawn... The Greeks knew that Helios was a liar... It is important to understand that Evil has come to American shores, and is guiding the Left-wing.. It is no secret that evil has been on the march, and has been on the march throughout history riding on the waves of lies,hatred of God the Father, and trying to fulfill the corruptions of secular perfectionism(which cary no real perfection in trhem beyond being lies, or they are based in lies).. Evironmentalism, Socialism, vegitarianism, dependancy on Government, Sharia law, which is also statism, abiding a double standard, They all have a common a dependancy on principalities and powers of the world(usually buraucracies).. This is not the time to cave! There is much of the prophecy that has, yet to be fulfilled, and we are to labor on until the LORD arives..
    It is not our place to run and hide.. Withdraw your children from public school ,and send them to private school(school choice),or home school them if you must to keep them from being made into zombies of the left! Listen to talk radio, or watch Fox instead, but just be more decerning of your media, or get a different media as the liberal left will never tell the truth.. Keep your powder dry, and stay active and don't give up! We CAN beat the Left!

    • http://twitter.com/ThundalArchsys Thundal Archsys

      unexplained? You realize that Christianity was spread to the celts by force, right? You realize that monogamy is harmful to it's participants, on a psychological level and to a less major extent on a physiological level?

      Your view of "evil" as anything that opposes you instead of anything that causes harm is a foolish one... you might want to find some evidence and weight to your argument before you go spouting off.

    • Roger

      I have been monogamous and faithful to my wife since we were married more than 17 years ago. I don't see anywhere it's been harmful to me, except to my selfishness. I don't see that it's been harmful to her except where my selfishness caused her hurt. I don't agree with your statement and challenge you to back it up with citations and solid evidence.

    • Roger

      You really think that the Right is any better? Let me tell you that when we stand before God, there will be no "left" or "right", no Democrat or Republican, no liberal or conservative, no American or Iranian, no Christian or Muslim. There will only be those who have accepted His Son, Jesus Christ and live in the power of His Spirit. Or not.

  • shooky

    'We The Sheeple' are in a World of 'Sheet'...

  • Wolf-Talker1

    History and great books must be re-written to suit any Regimes Agenda!

  • retiredmillwright

    Religion is just another avenue of attack on the American people. There are many more avenues and the liberals and socialists plan on using them all to tear up our country and constitution.

    • lh505

      Oh, get over yourself. I don't care what you believe. I may mock in my mind for being an idiot, but that's not the point. The problem becomes when your religion starts making laws that affect me. Not all of us in this great country think some bronze-age god is watching over us and we sure as hell don't want to be subject to the crazy crap his followers want included in law.

    • stephanie jones

      I think you are mistaken. As an atheist, and what you would probably consider a liberal, I don't want to tear up the constitution. But, I would like YOU to follow the laws this country was founded on. I would like you to shut up about god creating this country, or this country being chosen by god, or founded on god's law. NONE of these things is true!

      As an atheist, I want you to stop trying to make me pray publicly. I want you to stop trying to put the ten commandments in my court rooms. I want you to take responsibility for the dangerous and hurtful things that your religion endorses.

      As an atheist I don't want to dismantle this country... I don't want to harm this country. I want to save it and protect it from religious zealots... just like our founding fathers like George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and John Adams (among others of course) wanted. I want what they envisioned. A country free from religious tyranny, with freedom for all.

    • retiredmillwright

      I have saw some really bad things in my life and have never seen an atheist that didn't scream oh God as they ran for their lives like everybody else. I think you want to change things to suit yourself.

    • stephanie jones

      I assure you, I would not scream for god if I was running for my life! I would spend my energy trying to save myself and my loved ones.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Adam-Patrick/100000027906887 Adam Patrick

      I can't think of any prominent liberals that are actually socialists. Please learn the meaning of that term before throwing it around. And "oh God" or "oh my God" are common expressions used in America. It doesn't mean they believe that a god is going to come save them.

  • Andrea Roltgen

    Wonderful, much appreciated truth.

    The great falling away is at hand, and only those who have decided and committed their lives to Christ before they are challenged by the apostasy will be able to stand up against the lies-no matter the cost to them.

    "This would be the first step in apostasy; men first forget the true, and then adore the false" CH Spurgeon. How perfectly fitting.

  • True Patriot

    These comminists/atheists lie about American history because they are of "the devil who is the father of all liars and a murderer from the beginning."

    • stephanie jones

      You should read the Treaty of Tripoli, submitted by John Adams to the Senate in 1797, and ratified unanimously.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Adam-Patrick/100000027906887 Adam Patrick

      The First Amendment and the Treaty of Tripoli along with Jefferson's letter to the Danbury Baptists seem to call you and your fellow Christians the liars.