Sample clip of my debate with an
atheist on the issue of morality.
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What are some popular baby names? How about “Atheist Evolution”?!?!
This little ditty goes back to 1994 AD. yet, it was brought to mind recently as I thought about how atheists, essentially, define “atheism” as “anti-Christianity,” or “anti-theism” or “anti-…” pick your poison.
As long as they continue to do so, as long as their movement is premised upon a negative position; they will continue to be thought of as being negative and will, apparently quite gladly, continue to be negative.
Indeed, in 1994 AD George and Tina Rollason named their newborn daughter, “Atheist Evolution Rollason.”
But why? In order “To underscore their belief that God played no role in the birth of their daughter.”
Get it? It is not simply in positive praise of atheism and evolution but it is a negative.
Tina Rollason said, “It's kind of cute once you say it a couple of times.”
Alrighty then. By the way; do not mane your children based on cuteness but based on the fact that they will likely carry that moniker for a lifetime.
Moreover, “George Rollason said his daughter's name is the couple's answer to other parents' use of biblical names.”
Imagine that; explaining that you chose your child’s name on the bases of shoving it in other people’s faces.
Yet, this all seems in keeping with the Rollasons who “have clashed with the school district over angel decorations in the classroom and Bibles in the library.”
See what I mean? Pure negativism.
Baby looking cherubs (most likely) in a classroom (surely along with many other decorations) and a Bible IN A LIBRARY!!!
Who ever heard of such a thing!!!
Books do not belong in a…oh, right…well…
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