Secularists Respond to My Comments on the Pope and the Big Bang

I thought I would include comments from three secularists who responded to my blog post commenting on the Pope’s acceptance of the Big Bang belief. As you can see, there is the usual mocking, which is not surprising. These were sent to me by people who get what are called Google alerts.

Note the third comment in particular. This atheist knows that the Big Bang is incompatible with Scripture and that evolution is incompatible with Scripture. Sadly, the atheist understands the compromise whereas many church leaders do not!

1.  “Ol’ Hambo has posted a fiery, frenzied, foaming-at-the-mouth, carpet-chewing rant at his blog: The Pope on the Big Bang.”

2.  “And isn’t the pope supposed to be the representative of your god on earth? So … If he’s wrong that must mean that your god is wrong to? Chomp on that while your hunting for gopher wood . . . ”

3.

Ken Ham is not happy with the Pope. If the Pope claims that his god started the Big Bang, that is an acknowledgment that the Big Bang, which is not in the Bible, actually happened, and you know what that leads to? Madness!

Now, if the book of Genesis is an allegory, then sin is an allegory, the Fall is an allegory, the need for a Savior is an allegory, and Adam is an allegory—but if we are all descendants of an allegory, where does that leave us? It destroys the foundation of all Christian doctrine—it destroys the foundation of the gospel.

Yes! Exactly!

If Genesis is an allegory then the first marriage is just an allegory, so marriage can be anything one wants to define it as!

QED!

Yay! Ken Ham has demolished Christianity! I think I’ll go have some tea to celebrate. Maybe take a nap, or read a comic book.

I often do not include the references of such bloggers as their sites often contain objectionable material and language.

All this does is to burden me to pray even more for the compromising Christians who also do not accept Genesis as real history—and the fact that it teaches against the Big Bang! And of course, we do need to pray for these secularists, that the Lord would open their hearts and minds.

Thanks for stopping by and thanks for praying,

Ken