How to Be a Fool

Jester Doll

May 2, 2013

Do What You Will

In all his scheming, the wicked arrogantly thinks:” There is no accountability, since God does not exist.”

Psalm 10:4

This is the hope of the self-proclaimed atheist, and a core doctrine of the Humanist Manifesto: “No deity will save us; we must save ourselves“. The atheist earnestly desires to do whatever he well pleases. Removing God is a handy way of freeing himself to do just that.

What an extreme, self-propagated delusion. I believe their rage against God is an indication for most atheists that they actually believe in His existence, and they don’t like that one bit.

The fool says in his heart, “God does not exist.” They are corrupt; they do vile deeds. There is no one who does good.

Psalm 14:1

Living Like a Fool

Pretend God isn’t real. Get your university degree. Assume your knowledge is all-surpassing. Disdain to receive truth. Claim it does not exist, except for your special enlightened truth, nowhere more highly exalted than in your own head.

Declare with conviction the absolute that there are no absolutes. Ignore the Source of truth with the pretense that you and your esteemed colleagues have just lately, after all these millennia, put everything together for the rest of us. Fail to discern the difference between knowledge and wisdom.

Worship yourself

‘God doesn’t exist.’ (Are you sure?) Your words betray you. You are a fool. On the current course, there is no hope.

But, God is gracious and ready to redeem. Many former atheists will testify to that. You can have hope, too, but you have to quit being a fool.Jester Figure

Scripture quotes: Holman Christian Standard Bible

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