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August 11, 2010

Christopher Hitchens Will, Inevitably, Believe In God

Filed under: Writing — William D. Simpson @ 1:02 AM

Christopher Hitchens has fulfilled his purpose in this life and will, inevitably, stand face to face with God, whom he has denied. This is not a position that any person in their right mind would want to find themselves.

CH, nor any of you, can change that fact that God is, God is sovereign, God is holy, and God will judge the unregen…erate by the person of Jesus Christ.You have only this natural lifetime to make the decision of either accepting or rejecting Gods free gift of salvation. For in the life to come, every person will bow their knee and confess that Jesus is Lord. But sadly, for most of humanity, their confession will be too late.

Who do you think you are, the OBJECT of Gods reason for creation, to arrogantly flaunt your wicked and feeble humanity in the face of God, who holds the power of eternal life and death in His hands. Only the fool says there is no God… Christopher Hitchens has made his choice, how brave are you?



  1. Christopher Hitchens Will, Inevitably, Believe In God…

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    Trackback by World Wide News Flash — August 11, 2010 @ 4:10 AM | Reply

  2. Mr. Simpson: Can you prove what you say about God? Is He so petty and spiteful that He will chastise and humiliate a man that demands more than just the hear-say of other men or the words of an ancient book responsible for the slaughter of thousands if not millions of people?

    Mr. Hitchens has done nothing more than help the meek, bring light to the ignorant, and demand proof of extraordinary claims.

    Will God see through the eleventh-hour, death-bed piety of a convicted murder as affectation or genuine? Does it even matter? Will God punish the murderer even if that man bows before him? How do you as a man, Mr. Simpson, justify this?

    Hitchens is none of this. I think that you are doing a disservice to your faith by condemning a dying man. The tenets of your religion demand you not judge your fellow man – this is up to God.

    Comment by Bombilla — August 11, 2010 @ 3:42 PM | Reply

    • Bombilla, I want to make clear your confusion to presume of my judging Mr Hitchens. Telling the truth is not being judgmental.
      In your intelectual world, I understand it’s thought to be judging, condenming, bigotry, hateful and intolerant to be convicted by truth, and then to tell another person that what they are doing is wrong.
      Absolute truth convicts the wrong-doer of their actions and this is uncomfortable. I understand.
      But it does not change the fact that God is, and that one day, you will have to give an answer to God for the life you have lived.

      If you want my proof as to the reality of God, then purchase my book and read it with your open mind. I know that you reject the knowledge of God because you do not want to have to submit your lifestyle to the laws of conduct revealed in Holy Scripture. But should you read my book, you will be hard pressed to deny the existence of God. The choice is yours.

      Living in the Hope of My Imagination
      In bookstores nation wide and amazon.com

      Comment by William D. Simpson — August 11, 2010 @ 11:15 PM | Reply

  3. “If you want my proof as to the reality of God, then purchase my book…”

    Religion in a nutshell.

    Comment by Evan M — August 12, 2010 @ 7:48 AM | Reply

    • @ Evan,
      Unlike God, I cannot be everywhere. If you want facts, you have to read. If not, remain uneducated and unprepared. The choice is yours.

      Comment by William D. Simpson — August 12, 2010 @ 9:18 AM | Reply

  4. I’m ready. I have no silly belief in some supernatural sky-daddy. When I die shortly, I will end. That’s it.

    I’m ready. Not happy about it, but when has whether something makes you happy or not been the test of whether it’s real?

    No evidence for this supposed god or his subordinates, sooo – ain’t gonna see them.

    Comment by Razer_Cannon — August 12, 2010 @ 7:49 AM | Reply

    • @ Razor,
      The evidence is everywhere, and in everything, including your reason. You are either just too stubborn or too stupid to realize. And no, you are not ready to face GOD!

      Comment by William D. Simpson — August 12, 2010 @ 9:14 AM | Reply

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