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Tim Tebow: A Masterplan Backfire

Posted in christians, prayer, Truth with tags , on December 11, 2011 by devilbloggger

Tebow.

Bear with me, my non-American friends.  In the land of the (increasing less) free and the home of the (fewer and fewer) brave, I once created a game that I thought would definitively and finally change the reason for Sunday: football.

No, not the “football” the rest of the world plays, but American football, a high-impact game of muscle and skill combined with color, hype and rivalries, and, to differentiate it from the football of the rest of the world: scoring.

Yes, my servants, I’ve carefully crafted many American sports to completely captivate the minds of men and women in a never ending chain of entertaining distracting distractifications.  I’ve basically created new seasons in sport: football, basketball, and baseball.  Sports in America have become the religion of the masses, but football is my most prized distractifier, as it virtually monopolizes Sunday for almost half the year.

You should see my satisfaction, my friends, as I watch Americans, and especially men who would otherwise be dangerous to my kingdom, in snack-filled rooms glued to big screen television sets filling both mind and body with nothing of eternal value.

It’s a beautiful sight, my good servants.

But somewhere along the line I slipped up, my servants. (Hey, almost no one’s perfect!)

I’m speaking of a great anomaly in my sports agenda, a masterplan backfire, which I can only hope is temporary: Tim Tebow.

Blechhhh!

Do you know of this Godpunk, Tebow?

I hope not, but, unfortunately I suspect you have or you will shortly.  He made the news again today, as he led his professional football team, the Denver Broncos, to another improbable victory.  In a Wall Street Journal article by Patton Dodd entitled, “Tim Tebow: God’s Quarterback“, Mr. Dodd relates of Tim Tebow after one such victory:

And when the shouting was over, Mr. Tebow did what he always does—he pointed skyward and took a knee in prayer. In postgame interviews, the young quarterback often starts by saying, “First, I’d like to thank my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ” and ends with “God bless.”

Blechhh!

Do you see why I’m concerned here, my servants?  Here is an unapologetic, charismatic, articulate, and likable Christian!

When is the last time you saw such a person?

And this Tebow cat is taking the US by storm.  He even inspired a website that displays submitted photos of people all over the world bowing in thanks, “tebowing” as it’s called.  Ordinary people inspired to emulate Tim Tebow’s iconic bow of thankful prayer.

Can it get any worse?

It’s enough to make me sick, my friends.

Don’t let this get around, but just between you and I, I don’t know what to do!

Now every Sunday my masses of the distracted are forced to come to terms with a praying Christian on their TV screens.  And his actions cause many to think about their own spirituality, which is a dangerous backfire of my Sunday Masterplan.

I just wish his team would stop winning.

Because it only reminds me that in the end every knee will bow.

I’m already hoping professional basketball season will start–it’s full of more of my type of people.

And the beat goes on.

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Now I Thank MY Turkey!

Posted in atheism, False religion, George Washington, God, prayer, Thanksgiving with tags , on November 26, 2011 by devilbloggger

Delicious.

Just delicious, my good friends.  I’m telling you, it doesn’t get much better than this.  On a weekend in America where millions of humble hearts were turned toward God, one haughty, hard heart was turned toward me.  And it wasn’t just any haughty, hard heart.  It was the official First Heart of America, my good friend and ally, Barack Obama.

My non-American friends can hardly contemplate the significance of this weekend’s events for my kingdom.  America has a major holiday that was instituted originally (and later officially by the US government) as a day to thank the true God!  In the past this holiday with the disgusting name “Thanksgiving” was proclaimed with heartfelt, explicit, grindingly, ear-bleedingly, Hell-destroying exclamations of thanks and praise to God.

Consider, America’s first Thanksgiving Proclamation by their first First Heart, George Washington:

Whereas it is the duty of all Nations to acknowledge the providence of almighty God, to obey his will, to be grateful for his benefits, and humbly to implore his protection and favor – and Whereas both Houses of Congress have by their joint Committee requested me “to recommend to the People of the United States a day of public thanksgiving and prayer to be observed by acknowledging with grateful hearts the many signal favors of Almighty God, especially by affording them an opportunity peaceably to establish a form of government for their safety and happiness.”

I wished I could die (which I can’t, of course).

Not just “God” but “Almighty God“!

America’s first First Heart was a grateful heart.

Blechhhh!!

Oh, but how I change times.  This week, America’s First Heart showed he has no gratefulness toward the Eternal Heart of God.

But that doesn’t mean he isn’t grateful.  It merely shows on whom he fully grates.

In fact, his words grated on every grateful heart in America as he proclaimed Thanksgiving this year without even mentioning God!

Ha ha ha ha ha.

Oh, I love it.

Because his words did not only grate on the hearts of men.

I hope Obama serves me four more years.

Because he does my will on earth as it is in Hell.

WWOD?

Posted in False religion, Government, liberals, political correctness, prayer, religion, Uncategorized with tags , , on November 6, 2011 by devilbloggger

WWII

Ahhhh, how times change.  Did you know, my servants, that US President Franklin D. Roosevelt prayed publicly and nationally via radio to an audience of 100 million before the D-Day invasion of Normandy in World War II?

You didn’t?

Good.

Yes, according to this LA Times article, for instance, on June 6, 1944, FDR “asked Americans to join him in praying for the troops.”  According to the LA Times, in the prayer, “the appeal to God is bold and unapologetic.”

That prayer, my friends, tore through Hell like a cyclone, catching us all off guard as it screamed through every dark crevice.

I still get shivers.

But the good news is, my servants, the shivers have changed over time.  Now they are shivers of delight in anticipation of another pending D-Day; a D-Day of the soul in which today’s US President, Barack Obama, also acts boldly and unapologetically.

Once again my friend and servant Barack Obama has answered the question of his true faith, this time by opposing the addition of FDR’s prayer to the World War II Memorial in Washington, DC.

The official reason?  (You will congratulate me, my servants) According to a FoxNews article entitled, “Obama Administration Opposes FDR Prayer at WWII Memorial,” Robert Abbey, the director of the Bureau of Land Management, said any plaque or inscription of the prayer would “dilute”  the memorial’s central message and therefore “should not be  altered.”

Just what is the “central message” of the memorial, Mr. Abbey?  And how would a bold and unapologetic, and effective prayer, dilute it?

Ha ha ha ha ha.

Yes, my servants, I am winning.

And here’s proof of my winning on earth: you need no longer ask “What Would Satan Do?”  You need only ask “What Would Obama Do?”

WWOD?

Winning!

According to the FoxNews article,

[FDR] asked God to give the allied troops courage and faith, saying, “With thy  blessing we shall prevail over the unholy forces of our enemy.”

Yes, FDR recognized “unholy forces” of the “enemy.”

Fortunately, Obama seems drawn to unholy forces and does not recognize moi, the enemy.  According to Tony Perkins, president of the Family Research Council (Blechhhh!),

This is further evidence that the administration has created an environment that  is hostile towards American history — but in particular towards Christianity.

And, Perkins continued,

I hope America wakes up and realizes what this  administration is doing to this country and how they want to radically and  fundamentally change America.

I hope America doesn’t.

Ha ha ha ha ha.

Here comes D-Day!

WWOD?

Satan Answers Mr. Keller’s Tough Questions.

Posted in atheism, atheists, Bible, Darwin, Darwinism, evangelisim, evolution, False religion, God, heresy, homosexuality, liberals, political correctness, prayer, public schools, secular humanism, secularism, separation of church and state, Truth, worldview with tags , , , on August 25, 2011 by devilbloggger

Oh yeah.

My my my.  Sometimes one of mine outdoes himself in his blind hatred of all things God (true God, that is).  Sometimes this servant of mine has a loud voice that gets heard by many, convinces a few, and pleases one. My my my.

When I saw Bill Keller’s article  in today’s New York Times entitled, “Asking Candidates Tougher Questions About Faith,” I must admit I was worried.  I thought it might be an exposé focusing on the atheistic faith of some politicians, the anti-Christian faith of others, or the general degradation of all things moral and upright by almost every politician.

But I suppose I should have known better.  After all, this showed up in my paper of record.  And it didn’t disappoint.

Yes, Mr. Keller dumped not on “faith” in general, a necessary element of anyone’s political worldview, but only on sincere God faith of the type expressed by George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, and Ronald Reagan.

I’m with Mr. Keller on this one, my friends.  There is nothing worse for my kingdom than a politician who has a sincere belief in God, and nothing better for my kingdom than a politician who has a professed, but clearly non-existent faith in God.

You will notice Mr. Keller has no problem with Mr. Obama’s faith.

Neither do I.

But consider the faith of Mitt Romney, Michele Bachmann, or horror of horrors Rick Perry, and Mr. Keller begins asking the baited question, “Does it matter?”

Matter?

For what?  For an ordered society where people can live freely in relative peace like they used to do when God was not banished from public discourse?

Yes, I suppose it does matter.

And to press his point, Mr. Keller sent a questionairre to suspect candidates to find out where they stand on questions he believes important.  The entire questionnaire can be found on The 6th Floor blog.  Just for fun, I have given my answers to his questions below.

Enjoy. 

1. Is it fair to question presidential candidates about details of their faith?

My answer:  Yes, of course.  Everyone has faith in something or someone, and the public has a right to know what or who is the object of one’s ultimate faith.  Obviously, it is that “something” or “someone” which/who will ultimately drive a politician’s policy choices.  I just hope that atheists, and practical atheists like most Democrats in the US don’t get questioned on this point.

2. Is it fair to question candidates about controversial remarks made by their pastors, mentors, close associates or thinkers whose books they recommend?

My answer: Yes, it is fair.  But the emphasis should always remain on “pastors” and not “thinkers” like Karl Marx,  Bill Ayers and others who espouse destructive ideas that I’ve miraculously made standard thought among the political elite, as well as the faculty of most college campuses.

3. (a) Do you agree with those religious leaders who say that America is a “Christian nation” or “Judeo-Christian nation?” (b) What does that mean in  practice?

My answer:  No. America used to be a Christian nation.  Of course it is not now.  In practice a Christian nation would not kill millions of babies for convenience, celebrate homosexuality as normal, or trash Biblical sexual morality (all three are intimately related).  A Christian nation would not ban Christmas displays, censor Christmas carols in public schools, fire teachers for reading Bibles at work, object to crosses in public places (whether inadvertent or purposeful), freak out over after-school bible studies, go spastic over graduation prayers, kow tow to imprisoned terrorists on religious grounds, sue every person for every Christian utterance made in public, or … well, you get the idea.

4. If you encounter a conflict between your faith and the Constitution and laws of the United States, how would you resolve it? Has that happened, in your experience?

My answer: I encounter conflicts all the time.  The Constitution was written based on an implicit faith in the God of the Bible–an obvious conflict for my purposes.  Fortunately, I resolve it by convincing many people that the Constitution is “living” and subject to change based on prevailing morals by consensus.  Does it seem like the time is right to make abortion a Constitutional right?  Then, by God moi, I make sure someone finds that right buried in that dadgum thing somewhere. 

5. (a) Would you have any hesitation about appointing a Muslim to the federal bench? (b) What about an atheist?

My answer: Moi?  Ha ha ha ha ha.  Of course not. 

6. Are Mormons Christians, in your view? Should the fact that Mitt Romney and Jon Huntsman are Mormons influence how we think of them as candidates?

My answer: No.  But Mormons can be just as damaging to my kingdom.  I hate Mormons almost as much as I hate Christians.

7. What do you think of  the evangelical Christian movement known as Dominionism and the idea that Christians, and only Christians, should hold dominion over the secular institutions of the earth?

My answer:  Frankly, that idea scares the . . . well, the . . . the heck out of me.  Fortunately, it will never happen, but I can use the notion to prey upon fears, just as I’ve done with Mr. Keller.  Question: Would Mr. Keller care if “Dominionism” was the idea that atheists, and only atheists, should hold dominion over “secular” institutions of the earth.  Why not?

8. (a) What is your attitude toward the theory of evolution? (b) Do you believe it should be taught in public schools?

My answer:  I LOVE the theory of evolution.  This theory has done more to advance my kingdom than any other in the history of the world.  Of course it should be taught in public schools, but not as Darwin presented it, a tentative scientific theory, but as dogmatic fact immune from criticism.  Darwin, a true scientist, included many reasonable scientific objections to his theory of descent with modification in his book Origin of Species.  I would not want students to know these objections, all of which continue as refutations to Darwin’s theory today.  One of my greatest lies on earth is that Darwinism is ironclad science and anyone who questions it is naïve at best, and evil at worst.  (Consider: Darwin’s own book, half of which contains scientific criticism of his theory, could not be taught in public schools today!  The criticisms are just as valid today, but they are not allowed to be taught. Darwin would likely abandon his theory based on them.)

9. Do you believe it is proper for teachers to lead students in prayer in public schools?

My answer:  Are you serious?  Of course not.  Unless, of course, the prayers are to an ungodly toy deity.

There you have it, my servants. 

I wonder how my answers would stack up against the politicians Mr. Keller opposes?

I wonder how my answers would stack up against the politicians Mr. Keller endorses?

Ha ha ha ha ha.

Rough weekend, folks

Posted in Morality, prayer, religion, Uncategorized, worldview with tags , on August 7, 2011 by devilbloggger

Weekends.

Weekends are always rough around here, my friends.  And it’s not over yet.  Imagine: from the first dawn of Monday at the International Date Line, the rest of the world is still on Sunday for 24 more hours!  That’s 48 hours of Sunday every week for me, my friends.

Blechhhh!

Sundays are big prayer days.  Yes, many, many (too many, for sure) Godpunks pray every day, but on Sundays — wow, the cacophony of prayertalknoise practically drives us mad.

But I’m used to that.

What I’m not used to is a big, well-publicized prayer rally on Saturday!

And that’s what happened yesterday, my servants.  My head still hurts.  I need a rest.  But let me vent a bit.

Where in the world did this Rick Perry dude come from?  Who does he think he is?

For my non-American servants, Rick Perry is the governor of Texas who is rumored to be on the verge of announcing his candidacy for President as well.  I hope that doesn’t happen.  I really, really, really, really like the present President of the Divided States of America.

And yesterday, Mr. Perry did something unheard of in modern political discourse: he participated in a prayer rally which he helped organize.  And he even prayed in public a real prayer causing ear-splitting shock waves to echo about the depths of Hell for hours.  Do you know what he prayed?  I can’t repeat it all, but here is the worst part:

And as a nation, we have forgotten who made us, who protects us, who blesses us.

Ouch!

If this Perry dude wins, we’ll all be subject to Godtalk of the like we haven’t seen since the days of Washington, Adams (J.), Madison, Monroe, Adams (J.Q.), or Lincoln.  Not to mention some more modern Godtalkers like Wilson, Roosevelt (Teddy), Coolidge, Eisenhower, Truman, or Reagan.

You see, in the bad old days US presidents routinely invoked God, prayed publicly, and generally honored God as the creator and protector of us all.

George Washington even went as far as proclaiming the following at his farewell address in 1796:

Of all the dispositions and habits which lead to political prosperity, religion and morality are indispensable supports…. And let us with caution indulge the supposition, that morality can be maintained without religion. Whatever may be conceded to the influence of refined education on minds of peculiar structure; reason and experience both forbid us to expect that national morality can prevail in exclusion of religious principle. ‘Tis substantially true, that virtue or morality is a necessary spring of popular government.

Fortunately, Americans quickly forgot this admonition, and conveniently “conceded” much to the “influence of refined education on minds.” 

Ha ha ha ha ha. 

I’m a “refined” kind of guy, after all.

John Adams, who followed Washington as the second US president had this to say:

We have no government armed with power capable of contending with human passions unbridled by morality and religion…. Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.

“Unbridled” is a good word to describe America today, wouldn’t you agree? 

Ha ha ha ha ha.

I’m a great “unbridler.”

But back to this Perry dude.  Can you all help me in ensuring that he does not run for President?  If the American president really believed in God, like Perry does, I’m in trouble.  As it is, I have my man in the White House — a man who says he believes in God and acts like he does not.  (Did I mention I really like the present occupant of the White House?) With Perry I’ll have to contend with a man who says he believes in God and acts like he does.

It’s been a long time since I’ve had to oppose such a man as US President.

I’ve been able to practically coast the last couple of years.  It’s like I put the United States on autopilot headed straight for destruction.

Please don’t make me have to get back to the wheel.

Please?

More graduation prayers (to God) stopped!

Posted in atheism, atheists, common sense, False religion, Government, liberals, political correctness, politics, prayer, public schools, religion, secular humanism, toleration with tags , , , on May 31, 2011 by devilbloggger

Basking.

May I bask, my servants?  I won again.  For a moment can I share my pride with you and have you acknowledge once again my uncommon supremacy over common sense and common decency? 

I may?

Thank you. 

Coming off the heels of my last post, I read today of my servants once again displacing theistic religious practices with atheistic religious practices.  Only this time I got an American federal judge to not only stop the long tradition of prayers at a high school graduation; I got him to prevent the chillens from even hearing the word “invocation” or “benediction.” 

And all in the name of America’s love affair with all that is mine in the area of religion.

Ha ha ha ha ha.

The proof of my success can be found in a Reuters story entitled, “Prayers removed from Texas public school graduation.”  District Judge Fred Beiry ruled that even using words like ‘invocation” and “benediction” would make it sound like the public school is “sponsoring a religion.” 

Aided by the Americans United for Separation of Theistic Church from Atheistic State, chief servant Fred even ruled that students could not say “God bless you” during the ceremony.

Bless you, Fred.

Hey, Judge Fred, a question.  Does ensuring no prayer or God-talk make it sound like the school is sponsoring a belief system that treats God as if he does not exist?  Maybe, say, an atheistic religion?

If you answer no, then you have bought my “religion only means ‘God'” lie, and are ignorant of your own legal system’s use of the term “religion.” 

Of course, the whole de-Godding of Castroville’s (no kidding — that’s the name!) Medina Valley High School was caused by one parent, who threatened that their little tender-ears, thin-skinned, helpless, hopeless son “might” not participate in the graduation if he were forced to participate in theistic religious activities.  Apparently he can only bear to participate in atheistic religious activities.

So must everyone else, thanks to Tender-Ears.

Atheism for all because of atheism for one.

I might make that my motto.

Thanks Mr. and Mrs. Tender-Ears and my hapless servant Fred.

Ahhh.  Basking is good.

Graduates? They ain’t got (an official) prayer.

Posted in ACLU, atheism, atheists, common sense, False religion, prayer, public schools, religion, toleration with tags , , on May 28, 2011 by devilbloggger

Graduation.

Dangerous piece out there today, folks.  And from one of our own.  Well, not really mine because he does not believe in me any more than he believes in God, but when it comes to kingdom building, this one is mine.

Good piece, I’ll admit; but dangerous piece nonetheless. 

You know, my servants, especially my American friends, that this time of year brings a rash of rash behavior in the form of public gyrations around high school graduation prayers.  In the good ol’ days before I found lone offendees to screw up what was right, prayers were an official part of the whole shebang.  Everyone, even foolish unbelievers, were not so foolish as to be disrespectful of others.

But, of course, I have won in the public sphere largely through those lone offendees, or at least those who feign offense to feed the NCACLU machine.  Now graduates are not even allowed to see a cross in the vicinity of their graduation, much less hear a short prayer.

Ha ha ha ha ha.

Am I good, or what?

But if people read today’s opinion piece by Bruce Ledewitz over at Religion Dispatches entitled “It’s Time to Reconsider Graduation Prayer in Public High Schools,” the gig might be over.  You see, Mr. Ledewitz, who, according to God is a fool, is nevertheless intelligent enough to make some key insights into what my servants on earth have done to graduation prayers.

I can’t set up the issue better than he did, so bear with his long opening quote; it’s worth the read:

It happens every year around this time: a public high school in a small town schedules a graduation prayer in plain violation of the 1992 Supreme Court case prohibiting such prayers, Lee v. Weisman; then a local student steps up to demand that the prayer be dropped and a moment of silence, or other invocation, be substituted. There is local outrage but the school board’s attorney recommends compliance to save litigation costs. In the end, the local community is fodder for sophisticated national ridicule. It’s the Scopes Monkey Trial all over again.

You got the picture, right?  It’s actually a wonderful sight each year.  We look forward to it.

Mr. Ledewitz points out one of this year’s shows in Bastrop, Louisiana, where the local atheist tool was a dude named Damon Fowler.  It only takes one, and this time My One, backed up by my NCACLU, forced the prayer to be dropped in favor of a moment of silence. 

Mr. Ledewitz says “no one” can criticize Fowler, characterizing My One as “courageous” for “standing up for his beliefs.”

Oh yeah?  Courageous

Ha ha ha ha ha.

It is not courage, my friends, but spite, bitterness, and a general propensity to be a jerk that usually drive My Ones on earth in this regard.  Who in their right mind believe it is civil and generally un-jerky to make many offended for the sake of one selfish jerk who might be offended?

Well, I know the NCACLU; my question was rhetorical. 

What is the problem with forcing a clear majority of happy Americans with their long-standing happy traditions at special occasions to sit down and shut up in a moment of silence? 

Mr. Ledewitz tells us:

The ban tends to push prayer into the unofficial remarks of student speakers, which is what happened Friday at the Bastrop High School graduation ceremony; when graduating senior Laci Mae Mattice stood up to lead the planned moment of silence, she invited the audience to join her in the recitation of the Lord’s Prayer.

Yes, I heard that.  Wow, that girl Laci’s prayer just about took our breath away!

Sometimes I think it was better when some boring “clergy” stood up and droned on for a few moments of mass thought-wandering in the audience.

In any event, as Mr. Ledewitz notes, no US courts have succeeded in making all graduation prayers illegal.  The courts have merely shifted the focus from meaningless clergy-led pauses in the program to passionate student-led highlights of the program.

Mr. Ledewitz worries that if the Americans keep pounding this issue, dragging Christian students off stages as they yell Jesus’s name, those of more common sense might pass a constitutional amendment protecting the right of pubic prayer.

Again, am I good, my servants?  Can you believe that there is even talk about a constitutional amendment to protect the right of public prayer.  The people who wrote the constitution were public prayers of the highest order.  The first President and Congress made public prayers a major focus of all he/they did.

Ha ha ha ha ha.

A constitutional amendment.

Sorry, but that just shows how good I am — ha ha ha ha ha!

OK, let me compose myself, because I need to address some of Mr. Ledewitz’s errors.  Because he is swerving into some common sense truth that is inconsistent with his own professed belief, and dangerous to my kingdom.

Mr. Ledewitz suggests that the court decisions that caused official graduation prayers to cease should be reconsidered. 

Why?

Because he recognizes the obvious that Americans have sacrificed a “communal expression of meaning” by promoting a “radical individualism.”  And Mr. Ledewitz believes that some form of “communal expression” is good, because “community requires some kind of creed–though not of course necessarily a religious creed.”

Of course.

This is where my servants go wrong, my friends.  This is going to get ugly, but follow me on this one.

Mr. Ledewitz notes that one of the Supreme Court justices responsible for today’s predicament even noted that “this dearth of communal meaning in the public square was admitted.”  And another guilty justice stated,

. . . that the government could not undertake the task of prayer even to express “the shared conviction that there is an ethic and a morality which transcend human invention.”

But Mr. Ledewitz, no doubt with a glimmer of flickering light that exists in all created image bearers, disagrees.

This is where it gets dangerous.

Mr. Ledewitz, you are a “non-believer” which means you are an atheist.  What, exactly, can possibly “transcend human invention” in the context of prayer?

No, really, what?

To make matters worse, Mr. Ledewitz quotes another of my favorite useful fools, atheist Sam Harris, for insisting in his recent book The Moral Landscape that “there is an objective morality that goes beyond human invention.”

Mr. Ledewitz, swept up in a fit of unrecognized truth concludes:

But whatever the separation of church and state might mean, whatever government neutrality involves, it cannot forbid government from asserting that moral values are real.

Real?  Yes, but where do they come from, Mr. Ledewitz?

Just because this has been a traditionally religious position is no reason for secular people to give up on objective values.

Blechhh!  The darkened mind speaks unrecognized truth!

Objective values?  Do you know what these words mean, my servants?  Must I tell you?

No, I’ll let you figure it out yourself.  Go study the difference between “subjective” values and “objective” values.  (Hint for the lazy: if there is no God, there can be nothing transcendent or objective.)  

Stop, Mr. Ledewitz.  Just stop.

This entire discussion is leading to one conclusion, which is true: everyone is religious.  Some people are atheistically religious, with a theology of atheism (Mr. Ledewitz’ piece is under a heading of (A)theology).  Others are theistically religious. 

To start opining about “transcendent” “objective” values is to recognize that only theistic religions can possibly be true. Which makes atheists fools.

And a world where this truth is known is a world in which my kingdom suffers.

Mr. Ledewitz concludes with this mindless collision with kingdom destroying truth:

If the government is indeed establishing religion, by all means, let us object. But let us also be sensitive and willing to compromise, understanding that the yearning for transcendent meaning is not confined to religious believers.

Yes, it is, my friend Ledewitz.  It just depends on which religion is being believed.

I have worked hard to get government endorsement for atheistic religion in all areas of public life.

Don’t muck it up.

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