Wednesday, August 24, 2016

INTELLECTUALS, ACADEMICS, PHILIPPINES AND THE IGNORANT ONLY LIKE ARGUING ABOUT MATTERS.. This Is Why Even People Who Believe In The Bible Want To Argue About Their Beliefs. When you have something that is true or you are hungry, you are not interested in arguing, you just want to have it.

The only argument a person can have regarding not choosing to seek the resurrected Lord Jesus Christ is premised on the fact that those who claim, or have claimed to be Christians, do not live, and have not lived, a resurrected life. Therefore the evidence that they were born again could not be true because they produced no commendable evidence of spiritual rebirth. Thus, in an argument for not becoming a Christian, the following points could be made:
  1. If Christians are people who are born again, then they must be changed people who are full of the fruit of the Spirit, love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, meekness and self-control.
  2. No Christian I have met demonstrates these qualities but claims that he or she is powerless to overcome sin because they possess deceitful hearts and can do nothing but we wicked.
  3. Therefore Lord Jesus Christ cannot have risen from the dead and no Christian could have been born again spiritually, as they demonstrate no evidence of this with a victorious life that is full of love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, meekness and self-control.
Pointing to those who claim to be Christians because this is the tradition of their parents, the argument would go along similar lines, but a little different.
  1. Christians claim that Jesus rose from the dead. The priest drinks some wine and claims to change a wafer into the body of Christ. I saw no body only a wafer.
  2. The wafer does not change into anything. The person who eats the wafer does not change into anything and neither does his or her behavior change.
  3. Therefore this has be a superstitious ritual based upon myths. There is no point in seeking Lord Jesus Christ to see whether He rose from dead.
Any other argument is hollow. On the day of judgment the person will be asked, since you knew you were going to die, and being born to die is a futile existence, why didn't you seek out the Creator of Heaven and Earth yourself, since you heard that He had risen from the dead?

But saying to the Creator who will be your Judge: "I thought I was better than you," just doesn't cut it. The same as telling a judge &^$#@% doesn't cut in a human court of law.

The Power Of Truth

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