pro-lifeactivist of Malawi

pro-lifeactivist of Malawi

Anabel Atamana: pro-lifeactivist of Malawi

pro-lifeactivist of Malawi – Is it pro-life? Because of the way theologians have interpreted the phrase “pro-life”, 취필모 I believe that it covers all the circumstances under which a baby or child can be saved. The saved ones, in God’s name, must have died in water (John 3: mosquito). How then, can a baby be saved? It can be given a name: Anabel (Lizzie). She was the first child of her parents, and was put into the sea at a very young age ( Genesis 19:24). She was saved by some men and she would later become the mother of AbIsa.

Now, after Nestle’s translation, how can you say that humans can be saved? According to Beale: “The answer is: By faith. You must have faith in the name of God, and in His Word, and in Jesus, His Christ, which He literally wrote in the book of Genesis. Therefore, you are saved right from the start. The Bible says that the plan of God for your life is that you would be born and die.That’s what being saved means: to be predestinated and appointed to a life of good things and of abundant good news.”

I don’t find anything in the Bible to support predestination and appointment of good things to come. It seems to me that the Bible is really the foundation of secularism. It is a belief system that allows anyone to believe in a Santa Claus, a Jesus, an angel or a resurrection. To me that’s really a lot of mumbo-jumbo.

How about your scientific laws?

I don’t find anything in the bible that supports a physical science of the world. It seems to me that the scientists of the day are just going with what the bible says because they need to. That’s a chapter of the bible that deals with creation. It does not talk about evolution at all. And that’s okay. I understand. I also understand that scientists don’t talk to each other. But still, that’s a Adam and Eve type of deal.

What about the account of creation written in Genesis 1:26-28? That’s the discussion I want to focus on.

Reading Genesis we find that God creates the earth, but it does not mention its movement or its rotation. I think that’s because it doesn’t have to. It does not directly address these questions, because it is talking about creation as far as the earth is concerned.

The author of Genesis, however, does discuss the sun, days, and nights. This is the only time he mentions the word infinity. And he expects us to have some idea of infinity. We are creationists!

Then he talks about the “fallphabetical creation” and the fact that the number of plants and animals on earth may be counted with one hand. I think this is talking about the fact that God created us and everything that we are is a part of His creation. But then he contradicts himself by saying that the number of days in a year is greater than the number of days in a year. This says that the year is really only 12 months long. If it were longer, we would have more days in a year, according to the author of Genesis.

I don’t know where the author of Genesis came up with such a conclusion. Perhaps he anticipated that people would long for more discoveries to justify his view of creation. I don’t know. But this is the main trail that led to his release.

Now here is the point where I have to draw the distinction between science and religion. Science is objective. It uses its evidence to reach definite conclusions. Religion is subjective. It uses religious symbols as evidence and tries to make you believe that it has something to do with something real, when in reality it has nothing to do with anything. In science, we have to find definite evidence. We have to reach a definite conclusion. Religion is subjective. It is based on feelings, feelings in the absence of evidence. The feelings that religion tries to promote are false. They are based on cosmic wishes and desires, nothing more than wishful thinking.

I will give you one example of both. The Hindus and the Muslims claim that God created the world in 6 days. The scientists claim that it took 400,000 years for Earth to appear after the big bang. The Hindus and the Muslims have their own version of what happened. The only difference is the age of the Earth. The Hindus say that the Earth was formed four billion years ago and that everything that was in the universe was slowly formed at that time. The Muslims claim that the universe was created at a precise moment in time. However, both versions of the creation story have problems.

The Hindus grant that God created the world in six days.