Quote# 72462[Why did a judge rule that the National Day of Prayer was unconstitutional?]
Because some atheist that "doesn't believe in God" has to shut out any reference to this "non-existent God", so he can fool himself into believing
that there "is no God"!
Is it not interesting that so many will try to stop others from doing what hurts them not, yet enriches them not either, when they achieve their goal?
No wonder God calls them fools! Seems a pretty apt description.
Makes as much sense as me trying to get my neighbor to refrain from getting up early just because I like to sleep late.
If I succeed, I have not done myself a bit of good, but neither is the early riser harming me by getting up early; so what's the point????
I personally think it's an attempt to ease that gnawing feeling that there "IS A GOD
", but "I don't want to know about Him, 'cause I'll be obligated to admit that I don't hold the reins!"
freedomnut, Rapture Ready 54 Comments
[4/25/2010 6:27:15 PM]
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Submitted By: DevilsChaplain