Many people believe CalTech is a ‘God-less’ institution.
“God does not exist,” said one freshman, “and I resent you asking me.”
I remember talking to one professor after a lecture on ‘dualism’ and he said, “You can’t believe in Dualism without believing in God, but don’t tell anyone because I don’t want to lose my job.”
I’m getting fed up with these idiot atheists who try to act as the ‘thought-police’ for the campus.
There IS a GOD. Any moron can see it. Prove God exists in 30 seconds? I can prove it in 1 sentence: SOMETHING CANNOT COME OUT OF NOTHING.
You taste a perfect peach with ice-cream. Do you truly think it comes out of NOWHERE?
You cry when you see ‘Jerry Maguire’s’ ending. Do you truly think it comes of NOWHERE?
You see a bug that looks like a leaf to camouflage itself. Do you truly think it comes of NOWHERE?
You walk straight, you breathe fresh air, a million bacterial plasmas don’t make you gasp, you see the blue sky, the green grass, the warm sun (not too hot, not too cold). Do you truly think it comes of NOWHERE?
Before you commit suicide, THINK. If there’s a 1% chance of heaven or hell, don’t take it. The BIBLE says, ‘We are to die once and face judgment.’
Don’t listen to what Jay Leno, David Letterman, Brad Pitt, Tiger Woods, Brittney Spears, Obama, Oprah, or the other media elite have to tell you.
Don’t listen to what your CalTech PHd’s in Astro-Physics have to tell you.
Don’t listen to what even your parents tell you.
But do listen to what JESUS CHRIST has to tell you: “I am the WAY, the TRUTH and the LIFE. No man comes to the God but by me.”
If you don’t believe in Christ, you better be sure as hell. Because there is a hell. Please THINK.
You know there is a God. THINK.
Don’t be manipulated by the evil 2% who control 90% of the media, TV, movies, academia, Wall Street, etc. There is a GOD. And JESUS CHRIST is the SON OF GOD. He loves you and died for your sins.
If you don’t accept Him before you die, you WILL go to HELL.
God bless your decision.
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