1. You don’t believe that Christ walked this earth, but you are living in the year 2020 Anno Domini (“in the year of our Lord”) - 2020-th year since Jesus Christ was born.
2. You don’t believe that Christ was born of a virgin, but you enjoy the Christmas time.
3. You don’t believe in God's commandments, but you probably don't like to work on the seventh day of the week.
4. You don’t believe in God, but you cry, “Oh my God!” when something happens.
5. You don’t believe in hell, but you don’t like it when someone tells you to go there.
6. You believe that life emerged from lifeless chemical elements, but you absolutely will not believe that Jesus rose from the dead.
7. You don’t believe that Onan (Genesis 38:8-9) existed, but you know what onanism means.
8. You don’t believe that people have souls, but you believe in psychology (“psycho” means “soul” from Greek).
9. You don’t believe that the scapegoat existed (Leviticus 16:20-22), but you don’t like being one.
10. You don’t believe you have a soul, but you don’t like to be called a soulless person.
11. You don’t believe in spiritual laws, but your conscience is bothering you.
12. You think that a person is just a living body without a soul, and yet this body (and not the soul) can hope, believe, love, dream, hate, envy, and grieve.
13. You believe only in the material world, but you don’t consider consciousness, sympathy, envy, sadness, hatred, faith, hope, and love to be material.
14. You don’t believe in God, because no one has ever seen Him, and at the same time, you believe that people can talk using cell phones – even though no one has seen radio waves.
15. You don’t believe in God, but you prefer natural organic food, medicines, fabrics, and furniture to those made of synthetic materials (made by God vs. man made).
16. You believe that axioms don’t need to be proved, and yet you demand proof of God’s existence.
17. You don’t believe in God, but you quote God’s Word when you say:
18. You don’t read the Bible, yet you refer to it every time you call somebody
19. You enjoy the beauty and harmony of this world – the ocean, mountains, stars, forests, meadows, rivers, birds and animals – but you believe that all of it appeared by itself.
20. You don’t believe in God, but you believe in science, even though the Probability Theory shows that the chance of this world having been created by an intelligent being is trillions of times higher than that of this world appearing on its own.
21. You consider yourself smarter than Christians, but you believe that your brain appeared on its own.
22. You consider yourself smarter than Christians, but you believe that your ancestors were apes.
23. You believe that the world appeared due to random combinations of chemical elements, but you don’t believe a novel may appear due to random combinations of letters.
24. You believe that the world appeared due to random combination of chemical elements, but you don’t believe that computer programs were created as a result of a random combination of symbols. You don’t believe in the Creator of the Universe in the first case, but you do believe in the creator of a computer program in the second case.
25. You don’t want to live according to Christian commandments, and yet you don’t want your spouse to cheat on you, your child to become an alcoholic, your house to be robbed, and your life to be taken.
The fool hath said in his heart, There is no God (The Book of Psalms).
From Book of Job:
The LORD Speaks
1 Then the LORD spoke to Job out of the storm. He said:
2 “Who is this that obscures my plans
3 Brace yourself like a man;
4 “Where were you when I laid the earth's foundation?
5 Who marked off its dimensions? Surely you know!
6 On what were its footings set,
7 while the morning stars sang together
8 “Who shut up the sea behind doors
9 when I made the clouds its garment
10 when I fixed limits for it
11 when I said, ‘This far you may come and no farther;
12 “Have you ever given orders to the morning,
13 that it might take the earth by the edges
14 The earth takes shape like clay under a seal;
15 The wicked are denied their light,
16 “Have you journeyed to the springs of the sea
17 Have the gates of death been shown to you?
18 Have you comprehended the vast expanses of the earth?
19 “What is the way to the abode of light?
20 Can you take them to their places?
21 Surely you know, for you were already born!
22 “Have you entered the storehouses of the snow
23 which I reserve for times of trouble,
24 What is the way to the place where the lightning is dispersed,
25 Who cuts a channel for the torrents of rain,
26 to water a land where no one lives,
27 to satisfy a desolate wasteland
28 Does the rain have a father?
29 From whose womb comes the ice?
30 when the waters become hard as stone,
31 “Can you bind the chains of the Pleiades?
32 Can you bring forth the constellations in their seasons
33 Do you know the laws of the heavens?
34 “Can you raise your voice to the clouds
35 Do you send the lightning bolts on their way?
36 Who gives the ibis wisdom
37 Who has the wisdom to count the clouds?
38 when the dust becomes hard
39 “Do you hunt the prey for the lioness
40 when they crouch in their dens
41 Who provides food for the raven
1 “Do you know when the mountain goats give birth?
2 Do you count the months till they bear?
3 They crouch down and bring forth their young;
4 Their young thrive and grow strong in the wilds;
5 “Who let the wild donkey go free?
6 I gave it the wasteland as its home,
7 It laughs at the commotion in the town;
8 It ranges the hills for its pasture
9 “Will the wild ox consent to serve you?
10 Can you hold it to the furrow with a harness?
11 Will you rely on it for its great strength?
12 Can you trust it to haul in your grain
13 “The wings of the ostrich flap joyfully,
14 She lays her eggs on the ground
15 unmindful that a foot may crush them,
16 She treats her young harshly, as if they were not hers;
17 for God did not endow her with wisdom
18 Yet when she spreads her feathers to run,
19 “Do you give the horse its strength
20 Do you make it leap like a locust,
21 It paws fiercely, rejoicing in its strength,
22 It laughs at fear, afraid of nothing;
23 The quiver rattles against its side,
24 In frenzied excitement it eats up the ground;
25 At the blast of the trumpet it snorts, ‘Aha!'
26 “Does the hawk take flight by your wisdom
27 Does the eagle soar at your command
28 It dwells on a cliff and stays there at night;
29 From there it looks for food;
30 Its young ones feast on blood,