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Christopher Hitchens is no Longer an Atheist


Words of Comfort - Ray Comfort

For years I have had a blog called "Atheist Central," frequented daily by hundreds of atheists. Here is today's post:

"I can't wait till you die Ray, then I can make claims that you renounced your beliefs in your last moments and swore your allegiance to Satan and admitted to molesting children. Have a blessed day." Reading this comment from an atheist made me miss you guys.


Some of you may have guessed that I haven't had much to do with Atheist Central for the last six months (we have been using old posts). The reason for my absence was two-fold. I was busy with our "180" movie (nearing two million views), and I became extremely bored with atheism.


So, the good news for me is that I will start daily blogging again on January 1st, 2012. However, there will be a big change. The blog will be called "Words of Comfort" and it will have a much broader content than just atheism.


Those of you who pretend that God doesn't exist are still very welcome to leave comments.


May God continue to bless you and yours this Christmas.


Christopher Hitchens is no longer an atheist. Richard Dawkins now believes in God.


By now we all know of the tragic death of the likeable Christopher Hitchens. It is a sad day for those who were close to him, and our thoughts and prayers will be with them.


There are two ways you and I can meet God. The first is to repent and trust alone in Jesus. The second way is to wait until you pass on. The old adage of death "He went to meet his Maker" is true.


On hearing of Mr. Hitchens passing, Richard Dawkins sent out a tweet acknowledging that God exists:


"Christopher Hitchens, finest orator of our time, fellow horseman, valiant fighter against all tyrants including God."


Of course, none of us know what Mr. Hitchens did in his last moments of time. He may have turned from his sins and trusted in Jesus. God only knows.


Whatever the case, never forget that acknowledging the existence of God doesn't mean an entrance into Heaven, but (as the Bible so clearly teaches), repentance and faith in Jesus Christ, does.