Hello, Letter Writer, thank you for sharing with us yet another shining example of Christian peace, love, compassion, and civility. Or something. *cough*
I don't know you
but, a lot of people's blood shall be on your hands preaching "there is no God"
First of all, there's no preaching going on here, but even if there were: how would any of us have blood on our hands? This isn't the Spanish Inquisition or anything.
and I have been healed twice from cancer
I'm glad to hear that.
and know there is a Jehovah God.
You on the other hand is going to die to this side of life (never dying as a spirit) and finding out on the other side of life that God is real, never having the chance to correct this huge lie you have started for you and others, thereby, chosing HELL for eternity.
You know, this is one of the many things about Christianity that I've always found highly unjust: Yahweh demands that you make this gigantic choice, the biggest one ever, and withholds any of the evidence and information you would need to choose correctly. Then, after you die and it's too late for you to do anything about it, that's when you get proof of whether you've chosen correctly. It's nonsensical and highly offensive.
Shame on you.
Why is it disgraceful to think for yourself?
Confess to God before it is too late that you are sorry
If Yahweh wants me to apologize to him, he's going to have to give me some evidence that he exists. As it is, though, we see that the universe operates exactly as we would expect it to operate if Yahweh did not exist, so if he does
exist, my being an atheist is not my fault -- it's his.
and apologize to all the people you have lied to "there is no God".
I have nothing to apologize for. And you don't know that that's a lie. I could just as easily demand that you apologize to me for lying that there is
a god, couldn't I? We're both equally justified.
I pray for you!
And I think for you!
I can do all things through Christ who strenghtens me!
If you truly can accomplish anything supernatural by praying to Christ, I suggest you contact the JREF. For the past forty years or so, they have been offering a one million dollar prize to anyone who can demonstrate, under controlled conditions, that they are able to manifest any kind of supernatural phenomenon. The prize has never been claimed. Can't imagine why, what with all these Christians telling us that they can accomplish anything thru prayer and all that...