Why is it that you're always hearing atheists attacking Christianity, yet you don't hear about them attacking muslim, buddhism or hinduism? Is it because they fear the light and therefore focus only on the darkness? Is that why they always bring up the bad of the world saying that there is no God because of all the darkness in the world; darkness like wars, rape, hunger, sickness, bloodshed? Yet when you give them proof of God's existence, proof like the sunrise, the fact we're breathing, miracle of a child's birth, proof of miraculous healing, blind now seeing, deaf now hearing, lame now walking, the things even the doctors can't explain all of which can be found in the light and not in the darkness, they ignore it and run back to the darkness. Could it be that atheists ignore the light because they fear the unknown? I've talked with so many atheists over the last few months and most of them told me that they despise Christians with a passion and believes that all Christians are brainwashed. They call Christianity a plague that needs to be stop. They say that Christianity is close-minded and that we don't think for ourselves. Again, why is Christianity the only religion being attacked by atheists. Doesn't the Constitution protect our Christian rights anymore, the right to express our religion freely? But then again, the Bible said this would happen. And for the record, Christianity is not a religion, it's a relationship. It is not a disease, it is salvation and freedom. Christianity is peace, not hatred. What atheists think of Christianity is not what Christianity is. True Christianity means love and peace, because God is love and peace. Christianity has no room for hate, because God is bigger than hate. The difference between Christianity and atheists is that atheists focus only on the negative effects of the world while Christians focuses on the positive side of the world the light. Atheists blames God for the wars, rape, bloodshed and hunger. You cannot blame God for the ways of man. Man has free will, we think for ourselves. The consequences we make are the faults of our own. Atheists would say that if God exist, why doesn't he stop all the wars, rape, bloodshed and hunger in the world. Why, because if God did end all that, then what is there for us to learn? For example, why is there hunger in the world? Well, that's because we were to love and care for one another, the fact that many have grown hungry is the result of us ignoring them. If we would use the money used in wars to feed the hungry, there would be no hungry. The negativity of the world is the result of our own. It's not God's fault, it's ours. So if atheists hate Christianity because they hate God for the wars and bloodshed. I've got news for them. How do they hate someone they don't believe in. God is not to blame, like I said, the fault is our own and I mean everyone, atheists too. Christians aren't perfect, it's our fault too.
We are turning into a society that will confuse the younger generation, if we haven't already. We are removing the gender labels from schools and stores, no longer calling boys boys and girls girls. The younger generation will soon be the generation of "What am I?" because of what we've done. We've become afraid of offending people and labeling them wrong, that we don't realize that we are ruining the younger generation.
"There's light in every darkness, you just have to find it."
A.M. Snow is a poet, photographer and in his own way, a philosopher and he is a strong devoted dedicated follower of Jesus Christ.
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