CD Brooks in his Feb. 17 letter (“Belief in God is just pixie dust”), states that Christians are fairy tale believers, and that when something occurs in life, a “Christian” states that God can’t be everywhere.
Let me enlighten Mr. Brooks to a few things. As a Christian, God is everywhere; just look around you in the trees, in the birds, in the animals and fish. While some are funny looking, others are beautiful for our enjoyment. To have such a variety of things on Earth, I don’t believe that they just popped into existence.
It seems that when people are so wrapped up in themselves, they can’t believe in something that they can’t see, but if that’s the case archeology has proven that the Bible is not a fairy tale book. Because of following Scripture, they have discovered towns that were covered with sand.
Just being mentioned in Scripture has led people to great discoveries.
This will blow your mind. As a Christian, we know that there is God and there is Satan with his demons wandering Earth; causing people like Hitler, and many other wicked people to be able to hurt others.
I am only one person, but I don’t go around saying that’s what God wanted so he took someone early, and I don’t say it’s God’s will when people are hurt; it’s not a fairy tale, and that’s the way we feel about God. He doesn’t cause us to go out and hurt, kill or maim people, but what he teaches is love, peace and harmony, not corruption of death, but gives us everlasting life.
If it’s only a fairy tale, then I’ve got nothing to lose, and if it’s for real, what will all those who choose to live their own way have to lose?