Tuesday, July 12, 2011


Correct but politically incorrect: More people died in USA on September 11th 2001 in Abortion clinics than at the World Trade Centre but there wasn't a whimper about that atrocity on September 11th nor 12th nor 13th! I wonder why? I can't help wondering was it something to do with the evolutionary world view that prevails in media whereby extra bugs, stray cats and unborn babies are simply "got rid of". And why not if "every man can do what is right in his own eyes".  Moral relativism (MR) (ie the denial of the creator God) is a deadly cancer in our so called "civilized" western society. It wasn't MR anyway that saw the foundations of our society and freedom from slavery, it was largely God fearing men and women who stood up to godless injustice. When Adam sinned he was saying "God's word is not true" and his deadly action lead to a corruption that affected both mankind and the rest of creation. God didn't make this world, He made a perfect world which was "very good" and Mankind then corrupted it. No wonder we had September 11th, and 12th and 13th. Far too many "Christians" are soft on evolution and believe that God used it somehow to bring about Adam and Eve. If this was true then God is both a murderer and a liar...I think not. Despite all the rottenness and evil in this world the Creator out of love for us rebels chose to send His only beloved to earth as the only innocent and have Him take the legal punishment for you and me. Death and hell He took to save you from death and hell and restore the proper loving relationship He dearly wishes. Your life or death choice. Cheers. AB.  The picture shows the soon to be opened 9-11 memorial at Ground Zero a dignified memorial to a very wicked act.

1 comment:

Geoff said...

A 2006 study compiled statistics on abortions across all 50 states in the USA. Christian groups are those most likely to be creationists; none were below national average in terms of abortions procured. (Interestingly, Catholics were above average.) Either creationism is not an effective method of reducing abortions, or the number of creationists in the USA is statistically insignificant. (Sadly not true.)

I've been reading the collected works of Frederick Douglass recently. He was a leader in the slavery abolitionist movement and a former slave. I can't recommend his works strongly enough. Here's a long quote on religion as he encountered it in the South (where creationism is now most popular):

"... a mere covering for the most horrid crimes,--a justifier of the most appalling barbarity,--a sanctifier of the most hateful frauds,--and a dark shelter under, which the darkest, foulest, grossest, and most infernal deeds of slaveholders find the strongest protection. Were I to be again reduced to the chains of slavery, next to that enslavement, I should regard being the slave of a religious master the greatest calamity that could befall me. For of all slaveholders with whom I have ever met, religious slaveholders are the worst. I have ever found them the meanest and basest, the most cruel and cowardly, of all others."

Still, I have to say, there were many prominent Christians in the abolitionist movement.

I'm interested in discussing evolution with you, either in person or by blog. I've spoken with Dessie on the subject; I think he'd describe me as reasonably polite and well read.

Do you ever street evangelise before 9pm? Sorry to be picky, I frequently travel at weekends.