Atheistic logic/a Christian response: “Science can teach us, and I think our hearts can teach us, no longer to look around for imaginary supporters, no longer to invent allies in the sky, but rather to look to our own efforts here below to make the world a fit place to live.”
― Bertrand Russell, Why I Am Not a Christian and Other Essays on Religion and Related Subjects
Christian response to the atheist…
Atheists, deceived by demonic Naturalism, seek the wisdom of secularistic men like Russell, Dawkins, Harris, Ra, Gervais, not understanding that these men are as much a child of Hell as themselves; please don’t base your life and worldview on a foundation of corrupted flesh and futility that will die in sin and die in Hell.
Without God the Holy Spirit as our Wisdom and Discernment, all that we do and all of our affections are futility and chasing after the wind. Unless our lives and our hope are rooted in a relationship with God the Father by grace through faith in Jesus Christ as Lord and our lives lived daily by the power and guidance of the Holy Spirit in the process of sanctification, we live and die in futility and wastefulness in both Time and Eternity.
I urge everyone who reads the words of lost and hopeless atheists in these forums that you turn away from the futility of Naturalism, break free from the bonds of Darwinism and find life and peace and joy and contentment and wisdom and knowledge by trusting in Jesus Christ as your Lord and receive the indwelling Holy Spirit as your Counselor and Wisdom…there is no greater life in Time or in Eternity. Don’t throw your life away chasing the ignorance of men and demons…pursue life in the Spirit and find purpose and meaning and contentment, forever!
King Solomon was the wisest man to have existed upon the face of the Earth with the exception of Yeshua-Jesus Christ. King Solomon had every form of pleasure, sensuality, abundantly provided him throughout his lifetime. The MEMES express Solomon’s summation of all that he had experienced and internalized during his Earthly sojourn…we would be wise to learn from his experiences. King Solomon lived during the Covenant of Law and did not know the beauty and peace and grace of Messiah-Yeshua but Solomon’s words are wisdom for the ages.