Further to Hal Lindsey’s analysis of profound and important current events, I offer up this segment by Lindsey which covers a range of important subjects such as America’s relationship with Israel, the church killings in Charleston … and the destructive influence of many university professors. I invite you to listen to what Lindsey has to say …
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My comment follows:
Many years ago in 1981 I came out of a long marriage with Atheism. I’ve told of that story elsewhere and if you are interested, contact me here and I will tell you the story.
A major part of that story is the man pictured above – Hal Lindsey. His books on Biblical Prophesy were the 2×4 that hit me upside the head and changed my life … indeed changed the lives of my family as well since had that not happened in my life, in all likelihood I would be looking at that family as a stranger looking in rather than being surrounded by them. Or drunk or dead — not looking at all.
Hal Lindsey is a man with credibility – credibility for what he has done in my life … a man I respect and admire.
Take a look and listen to what Lindsey has to say about B.F Skinner, a very influential intellectual who died a number of years ago, but his destructive ideas continue to influence many of our future generation of teachers, leaders and thinkers … the agenda setters.
Among those who today are successfully perpetuating thoughts such as Skinner’s is Richard Dawkins, considered by some to be the smarted man in the world … I don’t think so.
From a popular Dawkins book “The God Delusion” …
“The God of the Old Testament is arguably the most unpleasant character in all fiction: jealous and proud of it; a petty, unjust, unforgiving control-freak; a vindictive, bloodthirsty ethnic cleanser; a misogynistic, homophobic, racist, infanticidal, genocidal, filicidal, pestilential, megalomaniacal, sadomasochistic, capriciously malevolent bully.”
― Richard Dawkins, The God Delusion
I can’t let Dawkins comment pass without referring you to another thinker, Dennis Prager, and what he says about the Old Testament:
No document in world history so changed the world for the better as did the Ten Commandments. Western civilization — the civilization that developed universal human rights, created women’s equality, ended slavery, created parliamentary democracy among other unique achievements — would not have developed without them. As you will see when each of the Ten Commandments is explained, these commandments are as relevant today as when they were given over 3,000 years ago. In fact, they’re` so relevant that the Ten Commandments are all that is necessary to make a good world, a world free of tyranny and cruelty.
And watch and listen to this snippet of a debate between Dawkins and another Oxford professor Dr. John Lennox …
Another professor of great influence is Jerry Coyne of the University of Chicago …
who says …
“Which do you think is more valuable to humanity?
a. Finding ways to tell humans that they have free will despite the incontrovertible fact that their actions are completely dictated by the laws of physics as instantiated in our bodies, brains and environments? That is, engaging in the honored philosophical practice of showing that our notion of “free will” can be compatible with determinism?
b. Telling people, based on our scientific knowledge of physics, neurology, and behavior, that our actions are predetermined rather than dictated by some ghost in our brains, and then sussing out the consequences of that conclusion and applying them to society?
Of course my answer is b).”
― Jerry A. Coyne
And remember … these very influential men – the agenda setters — are Atheists. Their bottom line is that all that we see and experience … the universe, planet Earth and all of the life in it … came from absolutely nothing. And they teach that to our kids and if you teach anything different they will get you fired and censored.
Perhaps it’s time to pay more attention to the Bible.
Don Johnson – July 2015