The Truth of Genesis: The Idiocy of Atheism and the Clergy! Part One
What is idiocy?
It is defined as something usually offensive, extreme mental retardation, or something notably stupid or foolish.
What is Atheism?
Atheism is a religion of denial, having a disbelief in the existence of a Deity, and that there is nothing greater than “self”.
What is the practice of Atheism?
It is the interference of others in their recognition of a Deity. Whenever idiots (Atheists) file a claim or grievance against prayer or any public recognition of a Deity, or object to any display of anything Biblical, they are practicing Atheism.
The following also includes the “dupes” that call themselves Agnostics. What is an Agnostic?
It’s a person who holds the view that any ultimate reality (such as God) is unknown and probably unknowable. Also, it is a person who is not committed to believing in either the existence, or the nonexistence, of any Deity.
When evolutionists try to defend the non-sense of evolution, they often say that there are “mountains of evidence” that support their claims.
However, their “so called” evidence hardly amounts to a molehill, and has a different, more realistic explanation…, and I’m not talking about the irrelevant flood of Noah, as far as the fossil record is concerned.
There are two mountains in Saudi Arabia, called Mt. Sinai, and Mt. Horeb. The local people call it Jebel el Lawz. Pagan gentiles made the foolish mistake of trying to declare that Mt. Sinai was in the Sinai Peninsula.
When you look up “Mt. Sinai” on the internet, you will see that it says “a mountain in the Sinai Peninsula of Egypt that is the traditional and most accepted identification of the biblical Mount Sinai”. That is a big joke, and an example of gentile dishonesty and ignorance. The Bible says that Mt. Sinai is in the land of Midian.
Mt. Sinai, and its sister mountain Mt. Horeb, were discovered in January of 1984 in Saudi Arabia by a man named Ron Wyatt, and his two sons.
Instead of me just telling you this, please go to the following site: http://www.wyattmuseum.com/mt-
Check back for part two