If you’ve noticed that it’s almost impossible to reach a meeting of the minds with someone who believes in socialism (or many other isms), it’s not because you’re doing it wrong. You’ve come up against that person’s religious faith. He can deny he has any “religion” till he’s blue in the face; but false religions count, too.
Do we give up on Christianity because some college professor worships her reflection in a mirror? Because Bill Nye the Bull**** Guy says we should?
This fallen world is a hard school; but the Teacher does know what He’s doing.
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Ultimately, it is a matter of to whom we invest our faith. We either place our faith in our Creator, or in His opposer.
Or in really neat stuff like Science and Computers and the Planet!
Anything that places trust away from God works to support the opposer.
“Religion for most means belief in a god, divine being, or deity. It entails faith and devotion in service to their chosen object of affection. However, for something to be defined, delineated, and presented as religion requires no god or worship of a deity. To be religious does not necessitate or require service to a holy being. Webster’s Dictionary defines religious as: “relating to that which is acknowledged as ultimate reality: manifesting devotion to and reflecting the nature of the divine or that which one holds to be of ultimate importance.” An evolutionist’s ultimate reality and importance does not include a divine being, but faith in its teachings is paramount.”
– “Reindeer Don’t Fly”
Have I reviewed that book here yet, or only on the Chalcedon site?
Don’t ask me such hard questions, for sometimes I don’t recall. As I remember, you did mention the review you did for Chalcedon.