Friday, November 21, 2008

Dad links son's suicide to 'The God Delusion'

I am far from a religious fanatic, but I do believe in God and the right to practice Religion unlike the anti-God, liberal vermin in this country. We Americans should all be willing to fight to the death to protect the freedoms to practice ANY religion...Islam included.

The majority of hate mail I get is from radical, left wing atheists...not Muslims. Today's left wing is very clever, because they are using the Muslims as a shield to their own anti-Religious, Socialist agenda. The real terrorists are the far left wing radicals, this is why they are so against the Iraq war, because Saddam was a fellow Socialist as well as a Muslim.

The only religion that the left wants is called WORLD SOCIALISM and worship of the STATE. By breaking the GLOBAL economy, they will force people to drop religion for worship the State, because the State will be the one feeding their family, not the church.

Karl Marx, Hitler and Lenin have ALL stated that religion must disappear so that true worship of the state can be attained. The big lie since the end of WWII is that Hitler was a Christian. These are clever lies from the communists to plant a trojan virus into the heart of religion.

A New York man is linking the suicide of his 22-year-old son, a military veteran who had bright prospects in college, to the anti-Christian book "The God Delusion" by Richard Dawkins after a college professor challenged the son to read it.

"Three people told us he had taken a biology class and was doing well in it, but other students and the professor were really challenging my son, his faith. They didn't like him as a Republican, as a Christian, and as a conservative who believed in intelligent design," the grief-stricken father, Keith Kilgore, told WND about his son, Jesse.

"This professor either assigned him to read or challenged him to read a book, 'The God Delusion,' by Richard Dawkins," he said.

Jesse Kilgore committed suicide in October by walking into the woods near his New York home and shooting himself. Keith Kilgore said he was shocked because he believed his son was grounded in Christianity, had blogged against abortion and for family values, and boasted he'd been debating for years.

1 comment:

  1. I wonder how long we will all ignore this.


Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.