Friday, September 10, 2010

The Stupid! It Burns! (selfish edition)

the stupid! it burns! Debunking Atheism - A Continuation [fixed link]
want unlimited license to perform whatever immoral act they wish at any time they wish with whomever they wish without any consequence. The existence of God automatically implies a Higher Authority to whom these people have to answer and which these people reject. While they falsely accuse Father Barron and like-minded individuals of selfishness and pride, it is actually they who are selfish and prideful. They elevate their own human reasoning processes to the pedestal of Godhead. They worship what they accomplish in their own minds rather than worshipping Him who created them. They reject any notion of a Higher Power because to them they ARE the Higher Power and no one is greater than they are.

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