Is Richard Dawkins demonised?

What does ‘demonised’ mean? Jesus preached in the synagogue at Capernaum to Jews on an ordinary Sabbath day.  Without provocation “a man …who was possessed by an evil spirit cried out, ‘What do you want with us, Jesus of Nazareth? Have you come to destroy us? I know who you are – the Holy One of God!’” 1

Jesus promptly commanded the evil spirit to come out of him (in our modern day, it is not politically correct to use the word ‘demonised,’ but rather to say a person is influenced by an unholy spirit, in contrast to the Holy Spirit who influences God’s followers.)

We detect the presence of an evil spirit if someone derides the Bible, God, Jesus and His followers. Is that why Richard Dawkins fights tirelessly against the invisible Creator? He claims that the God of the Bible is just as mythical as Zeus. Yet he doesn’t take the time to try to eliminate Zeus. He only wants to rid society of the (presently still invisible) God of the Bible.

Why does he fight against someone he cannot see? It can only be an unholy spirit (representing God’s enemy, the devil) who instigates him to devote his life railing against God.  The devil knows very well that God is alive and well, and he influences people to hate Him.

What do we learn from Richard Dawkins’ war against Scripture? Nobody wars against an invisible person unless He is real. So when you listen to atheists or active God haters (incidentally neither God nor His followers pose a danger to society), remember that they talk out of the mouth of the devil, who is no lover of truth.

Don’t just believe what they say.  The devil loves to peddle lies about the Bible and God.


1. Mark 1:21-24

Author: Gerard and Alida

As you can see in the photo, there are two of us. We live and work together 24/7, studying and enjoying our grandchildren. Our passion is to know and understand what will happen after death. Is there a way to provide for and invest in that?

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