Here, a gal who evidently is a teacher of some kind, is all impressed with her self in spreading a lie to one of her students.
“Last night, I was surprised by the answer of my 11 year old atheist student when I asked him, “What will you do when the plane you’re in is about to crush?” This was during our discussion after reading a documentary story of a pilot and a fight attendant.
Student: I will write a letter to my family and pray to God.
Why am I surprised by his answer?
This student had been consistent in telling me that he didn’t believe in God nor in heaven and hell. Many times I was laughed at, insulted and humiliated. Nevertheless, I’m consistent at sharing to him that there is God, there is heaven and hell and about JESUS.”
aka she spreads a lie that this god will help people, when it does not. An adult lying to a child to brainwash him isn’t impressive.
“I didn’t know that through time, he has been affected by what I am sharing to him.
LESSON LEARNED: We may look foolish to the unbelievers for the moment but we don’t know God is already working on them. We just have to continue our part and God will take care of the rest.
Atheists know that there is God but because of sins, they don’t want to accept or acknowledge God in their lives. That is the reason they keep on telling there is no God. But even so, in their death bed or in times of danger, I believe they also call on God for help. Let us not wait for this thing to happen that we only call on God as our last option. Let us live every day as if it is our last. “
Alas, for Kristel Jenny, she finds she has to lie about atheists, pretending that we really do agree with her and her cult when we don’t. Her religion depends on such lies to exist. Poor Kristel, christians don’t agree with what this god considers a sin, so you have quite a problem. Happily, atheists do not agree with you, nor do we call out to imaginary nonsense to save us. There are plenty of atheists in foxholes. It’s no wonder you don’t allow comments that will reveal your lies on your blog.
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“What will you do when the plane you’re in is about to crush?…Student: I will write a letter to my family and pray to God.”
I can tell that part’s a lie right off. When my oldest daughter was a similar age, and had already realized that she was an atheist, some other kid tried the same gambit: “What will you do if you are in a plane crash?”
Her answer “Die.”
The kid tried again. “Oh yeah? Well what if it’s crashing into a lake?”
Her answer “Drown.”
A different time: “Don’t you believe in life after death?”
“Well…if you have a defibrillator…”
There’s no way an atheist kid would say they would pray to the teacher’s god any more than they would say they would pray to Santa or the Tooth Fairy. Shame on that teacher for such obvious “lying for Jesus”.
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The only thing I knew when I was at 11 was that I was 11. But as an adult….
Six man B-52 crew (26 to 31 years old) at midnight over the Marianas Trench (Guam) at 40,000 feet almost out of fuel. spiraling down in thunderstorms and lightning. We had one shot to land at Andersen AFB after over 15 hours of a bad flight day. Not one atheist on board (I was not at the time).
On final approach a lightning strike took out all approach and runway lighting. We landed in the dark with several inches of ice on the plane, wing to wingtip, nose to tail. Why? Training, and we all did our jobs. Despite the evangelical nature of a couple, plus two Catholics, and two Christians of some other sort, NOT ONE OF US TOOK THE TIME TO PRAY AND ASK GOD FOR ANYTHING.
I know. When I wrote the story for an anthology, I asked each person. We did not pray. Not one person! But none of us was 11 either. And not one had or has any reason to lie. All of us thought we had a slim chance of surviving unless we did what we were supposed to do. (ref: “We Were Crew Dogs, Volume 5”).
This is not some BS made up nonsense in a “Christian” school. This was the real world.
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Been seeing an awful lot of this “They know God exists…” business recently. A memo must have been sent around.
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I thought you might enjoy this story from Hasidic literature:
A student asked the Rabbi, “Why did God create atheists?”
The great Rabbi replied. “God created atheists to teach us the most important lesson of them all; the lesson of true compassion. You see, when an atheist performs an act of charity, visits someone who is sick, helps someone in need, and cares for the world, he is not doing so because of some religious teaching.
He does not believe that God commanded him to perform this act. In fact, he does not believe in God at all, so his actions are based on his sense of morality. Look at the kindness he bestows on others simply because he feels it to be right. When someone reaches out to you for help, you should never say “I’ll pray that God will help you.” Instead, for that moment, you should become an atheist – imagine there is no God who could help, and say “I will help you.”
I’ve always liked that story, though it makes me wonder about the rabbi and why he thought it was worthwhile to worship something at all.