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My name is Mark Smith. I'm a guy who loves Jesus, His Word, and His Church. I am filled with Great Expectations for what the future will ultimately bring - Matthew 24:14.

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My favourite verse is Psalm 16:11, my other favourite verse is Acts 20:24, my other favourite verse is Habakkuk 3:17-19, and my other favourite verse is Matthew 24:14.

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Atheist Ads Featuring Christians

I read this the other day too but then just noticed it again on Ken Ham's blog while doing some Old Testament Survey Research.

In some ways a very amusing, but at the same time very sad, item out of England appeared on websites yesterday. Well-known atheist/anti-Christian Richard Dawkins (author of the blasphemous God Delusion book) has an ad campaign to promote indoctrinating children in atheism. The article concerning this campaign from the Times online news source from England states:

Children who front Richard Dawkins’ atheist ads are evangelicals

The two children chosen to front Richard Dawkins’s latest assault on God could not look more free of the misery he associates with religious baggage. With the slogan “Please don’t label me. Let me grow up and choose for myself”, the youngsters with broad grins seem to be the perfect advertisement for the new atheism being promoted by Professor Dawkins and the British Humanist Association.

Except that they are about as far from atheism as it is possible to be. The Times can reveal that Charlotte, 8, and Ollie, 7, are from one of the country’s most devout Christian families.

You can read the rest of this article here.

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Blogger Mariano said...

The atheist bus ads are merely more propaganda as Richard Dawkins wonders whether there is occasion for “society stepping in” and hopes that such efforts “might lead children to choose no religion at all.” Dawkins also supports the atheist summer camp “Camp Quest.” Furthermore, with this campaign they are attempting to piggy back on the United Nations.

Phillip Pullman states the following about his “fictional” books for children, “I don't think I'm writing fantasy. I think I'm writing realism. My books are psychologically real.” But what does he really write about? As he has admitted, “My books are about killing God” and “I'm trying to undermine the basis of Christian belief.”

More evidence here:
http://atheismisdead.blogspot.com/2009/11/deceptive-manipulative-propagandist.html

How about not labeling me “child abuser,” “brain washer,” etc.:
http://atheismisdead.blogspot.com/2009/12/brand-new-hot-off-press-bus-ads-and.html

Yet again, atheists are collecting “amazing sums” during a time of worldwide recession not in order to help anyone in real material need but in order to attempt to demonstrate just how clever they consider themselves to be—while actually loudly, proudly and expensively demonstrating their ignorance and arrogance—need any more be said?

Saturday, December 19, 2009 9:51:00 AM  
Blogger Jax said...

You're slipping Smith. Get some more posts up would ya!

Sunday, January 17, 2010 1:27:00 AM  
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Friday, January 22, 2010 6:04:00 PM  

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