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Aug 07 2016

An Ultimate Cure for Moonbattery?

Readers may be familiar with David Wood from his excellent critiques of Islam (see here, here, here, and here). What he has to say about Christianity is even more compelling, because he speaks from personal experience. His story might change your entire view of reality:

From an agnostic or atheist point of view, if you saw a shaman point a bone at people and make them fall over dead, would you say, “That’s impossible, I must be hallucinating”? Or would you say, “I don’t know how that works, but it would be fascinating to find out”?

There is no doubt that Christianity worked in Wood’s case, rescuing a lost soul as surely as if God reached down a hand to pull him out of hell, which modern psychiatry was never going to do. Since it works, we ought to at least wonder how.

As our presidential choices make obvious, America has dug itself into a deep hole — but not yet anywhere near as deep as the one Wood dug himself into with the help of nihilistic ideology. If the country as a whole embraced the same cure, who is to say the result would not be the same?

More David Wood can be found at Acts 17 Apologetics and Answering Muslims.

On a tip from Blackjack11. Hat tip: What’s Wrong With the World.

21 Responses to “An Ultimate Cure for Moonbattery?”

  1. marcus tullius cicero says:

    …pope Francisco disagrees with your arguments…
    “Christians and Muslims worship the same God……………………….”!

  2. jimmy swaggert says:

    the cookie monster said it. I believe it. that settles it! and I have seen the cookie monster.

  3. Saxon Warrior says:

    Never has there been such a blasphemous Pope.

  4. 762x51 says:

    And yet millions of Catholics continue to follow him into the darkness. Weird.

  5. 762x51 says:

    As the old saying goes, you can lead a horse to water, but you cannot make him drink.

    Some may indeed be saved in that manner but most will require a more direct method of rehabilitation.

  6. Tinaabanks3 says:

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  7. Saxon Warrior says:

    Many Catholics have been in the darkness for years (but not all of them). It’s no surprise that they love a Pope that leads them into further darkness.

  8. Feet2Fire says:

    Did Allah die to atone for our sins? Instead of Allah shedding his blood to save us, he demands that his followers shed blood to feed Allah’s ego.

    As Franklin Graham put it, In Christianity, God died for humanity; in
    Islam Allah demands that people die for him. (paraphrased)

    The God of the Bible sent His Son to Earth to die in our place and save
    us from our sins. The god of Islam requires you to die for him to be
    sure that you’re going to heaven.

  9. Feet2Fire says:

    When he put a soccer ball and t-shirt on the altar to Mary, he was signalling to the world that he’s a loon.

  10. Saxon Warrior says:

    I didn’t even know that he had done that. You have informed me of something that I never knew.
    Now I’m convinced that he really is a loon.
    Francis is a loon and a complete blasphemer!

  11. Feet2Fire says:

    There are photos online, if you care to search for them. It was a bizarre thing to do, but apparently not in his little world. :-

  12. Muhammed's pink swatika says:

    The reason that the pope would say something so foolish is because Catholicism has strayed from the word of God. Martin Luther considered himself a Catholic until the day he died. The reason for the Reformation was not to split the church into Catholic and protestant, he only wished to reform the church’s heretical interpretations.

    Acts 5:27-29
    27And when they had brought them, they set them before the council. And the high priest questioned them, 28saying, “We strictly charged you not to teach in this name, yet here you have filled Jerusalem with your teaching, and you intend to bring this man’s blood upon us.” 29But Peter and the apostles answered, “We must obey God rather than men.

  13. Troy McClure says:

    Please show us in scripture where the selling of indulgences, prayers to Mary, giving things up for lent, or eating fish on Friday have anything to do with salvation. Book, chapter and verse please.

  14. Feet2Fire says:


  15. Troy McClure says:

    THAT’S THE POINT!!!!! They aren’t Scriptural. All those things the Catholics believe and preach about are MADE UP and aren’t in the Bible. Game, Set , Match…. Martin Luther.

  16. Troy McClure says:

    Sorry, you are wrong. None of those things are in the Bible. You are one the one claiming that they are in the Bible, and therefore BURDEN OF PROOF is on you. Thanks for playing. You still lose.

  17. TrojanMan says:

    Sola scriptura
    Sola gratia

  18. TrojanMan says:

    Thats how Texas reform killers, one lethal injection at a time.

  19. 762x51 says:

    Looking back to a real Pope like Pope John Paul II, it is difficult to understand how far the Catholic Church has fallen in just ten short years. Evil is omnipresent but it has been a long time since evil was on the march and it is wasting no time advancing its agenda.

    This “perfect storm” of the Christian church(a general term as other denominations are worse off than the Catholic Church) being on the decline, Europe being on the decline and America on the decline with evil(Islam, Communism, etc.) on the rise, does not bode well for the future of humanity.

  20. Troy McClure says:

    Name them. Prove me wrong. Prove Martin Luther wrong.

  21. NIdahoCatholic says:

    Matthew 26:26-28. “This IS my body…” Not a symbol. See John 6:54. “Except you eat the flesh of the Son of man, and drink his blood, you shall not have life in you.”

    In the Bible.

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