• How Can Atheists Believe in Ghosts, But Not The Holy Spirit?

    October 17, 2009 3:49 pm 18 comments

    There are a sick breed of people in this world that are named atheists. Atheist literally means “no God”, which is simply preposterous. When you look at the stars in the sky or the endless waves of the surf that cover the countless wonder of life in our world’s vast oceans, you know it had to have a divine creator. God.

    Atheists are hypocrites. Thick-skulled members of their dangerous politico-religious movement, such as Richard Dawkins, promote a unified theory called Destroy God and Religion.

    Claiming to be learned and a student of basic theories of our universe, Dawkins and his colleagues live by a double standard. They say people of faith are idiots and mislead sheep for having faith in the existence of God, yet, Dawkins can provide no proof for why God would not exist. Dawkins and atheists only have a hellbound faith that there is no God.

    As I gamestested the new Ghostbusters Video game for Playstation 3 last week, I could not help but think about how much the idea of supernatural life, the spirtitual, is tied into our culture. Secular people have no qualm with talking about haunted houses and spirits roaming the Earth, but have no desire to address at least the possibility of the Holy Trinity, namely the Holy Spirit, and angels being real.

    Instead, they laugh and call names. They attempt to marginalize those of faith to hide their own fears and insecurities. How can atheists believe in ghosts, but not the Holy Spirit?

    The answer is that they cannot. What they do, however, is delude themselves with a false notion that their faith — not based an any sort of true science — can dispell not just Christianity, Judaism or Islam, but the concept of a univeral God itself.

    Such thinking is errant and not scientific, only inflammatory and devisive. It is inflammatory because atheists use science as their souce of authority, and use such an authority as a pulpit to where they state opinions instead of concrete facts.

    They use science as a tool for self-aggrandizement and a security blanket, trying to use it in manipulative ways to change societal opinion on religious faith and belief in God.

    Despite the greatest wishes of atheists, God cannot be destroyed. Faith cannot be taken away from one whose heart is set on true-belief and understanding. Atheism is the product of fear; a fear that humanity — or a randomly driven life form — may not be the ultimate source of reason in the universe.

    God has not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love and a sound mind. Let us remember that passage and understand that atheism means “No God”. And anyone who would wish such a universe definitely has no love in the heart; nor are of sound mind. Their actions only serve to power the dark kingdom of Satan, a place of death, misery and destruction.

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    Bren Langford Born and raised in SoCal, Bren Langford is currently a student, lifeguard and lifestyle editor for ChristWire Campus Weekly.

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