Richard Dawkins, GraceTv


What Richard Dawkins and Dan Barker undoubtedly hope will be yet another frontal assault against religion, with Christianity in the center of their cross-hairs, will backfire on them. It will back-fire on them much the same way Richard Dawkins holding up Ray Comfort's "On the Origin of Species (special edition)" and "180" back-fired. In the end, their attempt to arrogantly rail against the before-mentioned Christian evangelism resources only served to increase interest in them.

Together, with the help of a few of their friends, Dawkins and Barker have initiated the Clergy Project.

In doing so, Dawkins, Barker, and their ilk have done Christianity a favor. And I would like to thank them for their efforts.

Before I continue, let me add that there is no sarcasm in my gratitude toward Dawkins and Barker. Again, I believe they have done Christianity a favor.

1 John 2:18-19 is helpful, here, to show us the service Dawkins and Barker have provided to the Church.
"Dear children, this is the last hour; and as you have heard that the antichrist is coming, even now many antichrists have come. This is how we know it is the last hour. They went out from us, but they did not really belong to us. For if they had belonged to us, they would have remained with us; but their going showed that none of them belonged to us."



Stephen Hawking, GraceTv

Kirk Cameron Slams Stephen Hawking?

British physicist Stephen Hawking has recently decided to take it upon himself to inform the world "There is no's a fairy story." Hawking's latest provocative statements posed in opposition to the supernatural pushes the antithesis well beyond the boundaries of his previous antagonism unleashed in his last book titled "The Grand Design" in which Hawking surmises that the universe has no need for a Creator. Of course such outlandish claims have been rightfully criticized as nothing more than wishful thinking and speculative conjecture. Perhaps it would do Hawking some good to remember it was his fellow-man the late Astrophysicist Carl Sagan who said: "Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence!" It's time for Hawking to name that tune and onus up! Hawking's hole plummets deeper as he continues to string together a myriad of inflammatory remarks. Most recently: "I regard the brain as a computer which will stop working when its components fail.

There is no heaven or afterlife for broken down computers; that is a fairy story for people afraid of the dark." Hawking's genius has gone to seed. When Kirk Cameron was asked by TMZ to respond to Hawking's latest criticism of the supernatural, Cameron stated: "To say anything negative about Stephen Hawking is like bullying a blind man. He has an unfair disadvantage, and that gives him a free pass on some of his absurd ideas. Professor Hawking is heralded as 'the genius of Britain,' yet he believes in the scientific impossibility that nothing created everything (Sir Isaac Newton called atheism 'senseless and odious') and that life sprang from non-life. To speak on issues of science and violate it's essential laws is like playing checkers with a someone who changes the rules when he's losing. Why should anyone believe Mr. Hawking's writings if he cannot provide evidence for his unscientific belief that out of nothing, everything came? He says he knows there is no Heaven. John Lennon wasn't sure. He said to pretend there's no Heaven.