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Now how can you say you don’t believe in God and the bible?

I know this is very long but it is really worth reading!!!

Signs of the Last Days
Events of the twentieth century alerted Bible students to the tremendous potential for fulfilled prophecy, and many students of the Bible and eschatology recognize the events continuing to unfold in the world today as signs of the last days.

The signs are visible all around us.

" wars and rumors of wars" – Matthew 24:6

Endless war seem to rage in Iraq and Afghanistan and the war on terrorism is spreading to nearly every corner of the globe. Since 2000 alone, America has been mired in conflict in Sierra Leone, Yemen, East Timor, Afghanistan, Philippines, Cote d’Ivoire, Iraq, Liberia, Georgia, Haïti, Pakistan, Lebanon, and Somalia.

"Nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom." – Matthew 24:7

Other conflicts are raging in Darfur, Saudi Arabia, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo, Thailand, Chad, Gaza Strip and the West Bank in Israel, Niger and Mali, Kenya, and Sri Lanka.

"There will be famines and earthquakes in various places." – Matthew 24:7

Every year, earthquakes cause thousands of deaths, either directly or due to the resulting tsunamis, landslides, fires, and famines.

3,000 people died in the 1906 San Francisco earthquake.
Around 110,000 were killed in the 1948 earthquake in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan.
More than 5,700 deaths were reported following the strongest earthquake ever recorded in 1960 in Southern Chile.
While only 15 people died in the 1964 Prince William Sound in Alaska quake itself, 110 more people were killed in the resulting tsunami.
66,000 were killed off the western coast of South America in the 1970 Peru earthquake.
Between 250,000 and 655,000 died in the 1976 China earthquake that struck Tangshan, then a city of one million people.
63 people were killed in the 1989 Loma Prieta quake — which struck the San Francisco area.
60 people were killed in the 1994 Northridge quake in Southern California.
More than 5,000 were killed the 1995 Kobe, Japan earthquake.
230,000 (and perhaps as many as 290,000) people in 12 countries — including about 168,000 in Indonesia alone were killed in the 2004 earthquake just off the west coast of the island of Sumatra, and the tsunami that followed.
More than 80,000 people were killed in the 2005 Pakistan earthquake.
More than 69,000 people died in the 2008 Sichuan China earthquake.
We’re hearing of an increasing scarcity of food on a worldwide scale, due to increased consumption in growing countries such as China and India and rising fuel costs. These shortages have caused riots in some places and some predict the future outbreak of wars fought over increasing food scarcities.


The twentieth century was an unprecedented period of change and the twenty-first century is proving to be even more dramatic. At no time in history have more changes occurred in science and in the political structure of the world.

More changes occur in science in a single year than formerly occurred in a century.

The world’s brightest beacon of liberty has been corrupted by immoral bankers and is now quickly becoming one of the greatest forces of evil in the world.

With Israel restored as a nation in 1948, the panorama of end-time prophecy came into a focus in which Israel will be a prominent player.

The introduction of the concept of a world government, made real by the United Nations paints a scenario that is in harmony with prophecy concerning a future world government.

The wholesale collapse of ethical and moral values throughout society and government. Children are killing their classmates, employees are killing fellow employees, and government leaders are promising change.

Is civilization coming to an end?

"Armageddon is now near not because of this event or that event which may, in isolation, look like a prophetic fulfillment. Rather, it is because of the very nature of what causes Armageddon, coupled with the fact that our world today is rapidly assuming, on a global scale, the characteristics of that which underlies Armageddon." [William R. Goetz, Armageddon Next]

Malcolm Muggeridge suggested, "The basic condition for a civilization is that there should be law and order. Obviously this is coming to an end. The world is falling into chaos, even perhaps especially our western world… There are many other symptoms. The excessive interest in eroticism is characteristic of the end of a civilization because it really means a growing impotence, and fear of impotence. Then the excessive need for excitement, vicarious excitement, which of course the games provided for the Romans and which television provides for our population. Even the enormously complicated structure of taxation and administration is a symptom of the end of the civilization. Above all, there is this truly terrible thing which afflicts materialist societies – boredom, an excessive bored
please read part two and three also

This is your opinion and I respect it..but my opinion is that there is
NO GOD…please respect my right to my belief..

  1. The Free Thinker
    March 30th, 2010 at 15:16 | #1

    I don’t listen to the tinfoil-hat school of thought.
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  2. eko
    March 30th, 2010 at 16:03 | #2

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  3. Anon Ymous
    March 30th, 2010 at 16:30 | #3

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    Atheistic Atheist of Australian Atheistic Attitudes and Atheism

  4. Smile :)
    March 30th, 2010 at 17:05 | #4

    I’ll be surprised how many answers you’ll receive. 10 max. o_O.
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    Interesting how many can judge Christians, yet, little have enthusiasm to read what you present to them.

  5. Villyj Ideyut
    March 30th, 2010 at 17:36 | #5

    Very easily.

    I don’t believe in the "god" that was taught to me (forcibly), either "God" is all-loving" or it isn’t, "all-loving" means unconditional, and hte "God" of which I was taught has conditions to it’s love and forgiveness.

    Which is why I’ve become apathetic to trivialities such as "God".
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  6. Feathered Serpent
    March 30th, 2010 at 18:02 | #6

    koo koo for ca ca
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  7. Otto
    March 30th, 2010 at 18:34 | #7

    You can pick almost any time frame in history and these passages still apply.
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  8. geordie.lady
    March 30th, 2010 at 18:39 | #8

    This is your opinion and I respect it..but my opinion is that there is
    NO GOD…please respect my right to my belief..
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  9. Vincent K, Atheati Mad Scientist
    March 30th, 2010 at 19:25 | #9

    *Yawns* Sorry dimwit, but you guys have been claiming those things for the last 2000 years. Explain at what point in history there have NOT been wars and rumours of wars? Yeah exactly. Go back to your end-of-days bunker and leave us sane people alone.
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  10. Mia
    March 30th, 2010 at 20:08 | #10

    Sheesh, just about all of that can be claimed to have been going on through recorded history. Different people have always been warring with each other and famine has always been an issue somewhere. I think people who claim these prophecies are being fulfilled read an awful lot into vague predictions that can apply to almost every age. They have also been doing so just about every generation since Jesus supposedly lived and so far no go.
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  11. Half God Half Ape
    March 30th, 2010 at 20:38 | #11

    Wow, really? It must be true, because there have never been earthquakes, famines, wars, or rumors of wars ever in the history of the world. Until about three years ago, people would say, "War? What’s that? Never heard of it" and "Why is the ground shaking?"
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  12. What? Me Worry?
    March 30th, 2010 at 21:15 | #12

    The sky is falling! The sky is falling!
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  13. Chris S
    March 30th, 2010 at 22:04 | #13

    wow, not one decent answer so far.

    to above people, yes, these things have Always been here. but no one..but no one can deny they have gotten worse and more frequent
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  14. Meg V
    March 30th, 2010 at 22:22 | #14

    Yep the end is near… so glad I am in Christ and covered by him. See you in Heaven Bro. You will be there!
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  15. Gary Oster
    March 30th, 2010 at 22:47 | #15

    Seductive, isn’t it? But take a close look at how general the prophecy statements are. Can you think of any time in the entire record of human history there wasn’t war and rumor of war, nation against nation, and famine and earthquakes in various places?

    That’s like saying, "In the end times, there will be disease, and children dying of starvation in some lands." You can’t miss with non-specific prediction like that.
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  16. Christ is the answer,not us
    March 30th, 2010 at 23:20 | #16

    You can try to do it you just have to ignore everything around and in you and try with all your might to not believe it…Have to close your eyes, ears, and mind and place all your hope in anything besides God….right people who profess to be atheist?
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  17. Lumbalth
    March 30th, 2010 at 23:25 | #17

    I bet your fucking proud of yourself.
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  18. biro206
    March 30th, 2010 at 23:54 | #18

    I do believe in God, I just don’t believe he wants to destroy all of his creation who don’t believe.

    I’m sorry I really just can’t believe anymore that God would only let Christians in Heaven but then let everybody else burn in hell because they followed a different religion.
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  19. Boba Fett
    March 31st, 2010 at 00:04 | #19

    What period in human history was without wars and rumors of wars, nation rising against nation, famines, earthquakes and lots of change?
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  20. clasqm
    March 31st, 2010 at 00:36 | #20

    The Lisbon Earthquake of 1755 killed one quarter of the population of Lisbon. The 30 Years’ War (1618–1648) exterminated a third of the population of Germany. The Black Death (14th Century) killed off half the population of Europe.

    And you are impressed by the pitiful numbers you are quoting here? Grow up. Read some history. Then go on and enjoy your life.
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