Roundup

Top aide to House Dem resigns in ballot-fraud scandal — I wonder how much coverage the mainstream media will give this?  This went on all over the country.  It should be one of the biggest stories of the year.

Atheists Aren’t Any Better At Being Atheist Than Religious People Being Religious — a series of quotes by famous atheists that tip their hands at the lack of careful thinking on the most important matters of life.

Richard Dawkins: “We are all atheists about most of the gods that humanity has ever believed in. Some of us just go one god further.”

Atheists love to say this. It will be written down in the Atheist’s book of parables someday if they ever get one. What Dawkins may not realize is that only the Christian God is specifically revealed to be eternal. Ancient Jews believed God was eternal, whereas even modern scientists (up until the 70′s) all believed the universe was infinite. Now we realize it is finite and had a starting point. All Roman and Greek gods are finite, and never said to be eternal.

Dawkin’s quip is one of the many foolish things he has said.  Using his logic, being a bachelor is nearly identical to being a married man.  After all, the married man isn’t married to 3,499,999,999 women and the bachelor isn’t married to 3,500,00,000 women.

Ricky Gervais: “Wow. No God. If mum had lied to me about God, had she also lied to me about Santa?

Gervais’ comment (and others I’ve read about how his mom couldn’t answer simple questions about God) shows the importance of knowing the Bible and answering basic questions that kids have. When those claiming the name of Christ get defensive and/or are woefully uninformed about the faith they often give horrible answers to kids or convey a “just believe” attitude.

Illegal Immigrant Mother of Seven Given Food Stamps, Meds, Housing, and Social Security – For 20 Years — The system is so broken, and the calls for amnesty are already increasing the amount of illegal aliens pouring in.  And as the video notes, the providers think that 11 Federal programs aren’t enough.  Oh, and no surprise, fraud is increasing.

Today IS My Wedding Day! — A great story of a woman who made mistakes but became a believer and then correctly decided to cancel a wedding with a non-believer, and who saw forgiveness and grace in the process.

I really wish I was making this up: School Says Deaf Boy’s Name Sign Looks Too Much Like A Gun

‘Model Citizen’ Kaitlyn Hunt Helps Sister in 2-on-1 Beach Beatdown — sadly, the bullies in the LGBTQ lobby have done everything they can to destroy the family of the victim in this case of statutory rape.

Who wants to join the herd of credulous people who were deceived byKaitlyn’s mother’s May 17 Facebook post, which described her as “wonderful . . . exemplary . . . respected and well liked . . . never been in trouble, ever, she truly is the model student and child”? Who really believes that Kaitlyn Ashley Hunt (Booking #2013-00000708) is, as her lawyer has claimed, a “model citizen“?

. . .

Another blogger coins the word “Trayvoned”  to describe this myth-making process: The media provide a carefully constructed narrative of victimhood and, by the time countervailing facts emerge, the crusading mob is already emotionally invested.

The Gospel Coalition interviews Stephen C. Meyer on the Cambrian explosion — things just keep getting worse for Darwinists.

Have the last century of fossil discoveries resolved or aggravated Darwin’s doubt?

Fossil discoveries since Darwin’s time have only made the Cambrian explosion problem worse for his theory.

Darwin believed that the fossil record was woefully incomplete, and he predicted that the problem of abrupt appearance of animals in the Cambrian would be alleviated by future discoveries.

But the opposite happened. . . .

So as more and more fossils have been discovered, we’ve found the same pattern over and over around the world: diverse types of animals appear abruptly in the Cambrian, without clear evolutionary precursors. This has accentuated the “dilemma” that Darwin faced.

So the progress of science is making the problem worse for Darwinists. The more discoveries we make, the tougher the problem becomes for them, and the effect looks like the result of intelligent action.

I’ve already ordered my copy of Darwin’s Doubt at the reduced price. Have you? And don’t forget that Dr. Meyer’s first book, the ground-breakingSignature in the Cell, can also be obtained. That was the best book on intelligent design out there, but people who have read Darwin’s Doubt are telling me that it will be far better. It seems unbelievable.

Maternal Deaths Dropped 70% After Abortion Banned in Chile

Louisiana Democrat after calling Obamacare opponents racist: “I didn’t call anyone racist” — So she’s a liar and a racist.  The simplest comeback to the race-baiters is simply to ask if they think that conservatives would have been supportive of Hillary if she had been responsible for Obamacare, Fast and Furious, IRS abuses, Benghazi (oops — bad example!), EPA abuses, massive unemployment, massive increases in food stamp and “disability” rolls and more.

Moral schizophrenia.

Yet pro-life blacks are the ones labeled Uncle Toms’s by the Left.

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