One of life’s great pleasures for lovers of truth is being able to heartfully agree with your enemies. Though we do not personally count him an enemy, Richard Dawkins, author of several books championing evolution, is a great enemy of the truth and the Creator in this matter. We find his attitude and teachings grossly untrue, irresponsible, and even reprehensible, intellectually, scientifically, socially, and spiritually.
But when we hear that Dawkins, along with Christopher Hitchens, is initiating legal proceedings to have the pope arrested on his upcoming trip to England on charges of obstruction of justice, we could not agree more, and we applaud his efforts. Their reasoning is certainly legitimate. Why should the pope and his minions be above the law? Ought they not be held to at least the same standards of justice as the common pedophile, if not more severe for their pretensions of morality?
Get this: The Catholic Church preaches eternal damnation and torture for sinners, but pleads for the statute of limitations regarding their heinous sins! As they say in Yiddish, that is some chutzpah. You go, Richard!
Richard Dawkins Calls for Arrest of Pope Benedict XVI
– April 15, 2010
In this world, looming behind any consideration of what it means to be a Christian is the Catholic Church, with her audacious claim to being the sole authority representing Christ on earth, with all power of God vested in her. Does this claim hold up to the Light of Day? Here, in simple terms, you have the opportunity to have a look and see for yourself.
Is being irresistibly drawn to the "Mass" sure evidence that God wanted Julie to become a Catholic? Can one be truly happy knowing her loved ones and friends are burning in hell forever? Is the answer to these questions that the Catholic Church is always right, despite common sense, experience, and, most importantly, the testimony of Jesus Christ and the Scriptures?
You can't make or will yourself into being good soil. God must do that. And while we're held responsible for not heeding the call of God to repentance and keeping His commandments, there is no such thing as "too late," as in you'll end up frying in a never-ending fire - "eternal torment." That's one of many lies of Catholicism.