Saturday, October 13, 2007

Al Gore—Nobel Peace Prize winner.

I will not be continuing my Creationism posts today. I do plan to return to them soon.

Then, I plan to answer the response about Iraq. I am sorry for the change in plans. Plans, in reality, often are altered for one reason or another. “The best laid plans … often go astray.” Thank you for your understanding and patience.

How many unborn toddlers were murdered today because of the humanistic, paganish, barbaric decisions of the United States Supreme Court?

Stop the
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“Anyone, then, who knows the good he ought to do and doesn’t do it, sins.” James 4: 17 (NIV)

The radio news on Friday October 12, on the hour for every hour that I heard from 7a.m. forward, included the same news—Al Gore has won the Nobel Peace Prize. That award puts him in the same company as known terrorist Yasir Arafat (who has since died) who won the same award in 1994. This is the same Al Gore who in the 2000 Presidential election supported and advocated the continuing murder of unborn babies in the United States. This demonic practice averages approximately 1,000,000 unborn babies murdered each year in the United States alone. No wonder he is qualified to receive a prize geared to promoting “peace”!

On the five o’clock CNN radio news, Al Gore was heard declaring, “Global warming is the most dangerous problem we have ever faced.” Consequently, according to him, global warming, which even he has said the results of which are fifty years in the future, is more dangerous to our wellbeing than murdering 1,000,000 unborn babies a year. Global warming is more dangerous than the terrorist attacks we are now facing. Global warming is more dangerous than World War II. Global warming is more dangerous than the Civil War.

On my August 8, 2007 post, I wrote briefly about George Bush’s and Al Gore’s houses. The post was entitled “House Comparison.” (Also, reread my concluding paragraphs from my October 11, 2007 post.) If Al Gore really believes that global warming is the “most dangerous problem we have ever faced”, why isn’t he demanding more immediate and drastic actions and sacrifices by the American people? During World War II, the country imposed rationing procedures to help conserve scarce resources. Has he followed that practice? Has he demanded similar action today? During World War II, the country sent millions of men overseas to fight a combined enemy. Where is the same demand for the use of our resources and man power? Is he demanding the same sacrifices today to solve the “most dangerous problem we have ever faced?” Of course not! Does he really believe what he is claiming?

In reality, this peace prize is just another example of a very small group of humanists awarding a prize to another humanist. Enough said!

“Do not be deceived: God cannot be mocked. A man reaps what he sows. The one who sows to please his sinful nature, from that nature will reap destruction; the one who sows to please the Spirit, from the Spirit will reap eternal life.” Galatians 6: 7-8 (NIV)


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