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THURSDAY, FEB 27, 2014  |  15 comments
Brother of Famed Atheist Gives Life to Christ
How does an atheist whose brother is the face of New Atheism find God? Watch this report on the remarkable testimony of how Peter Hitchens, brother of the late New Atheism leader Christopher Hitchens, became a Christian.

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News Item2/27/14 2:32 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Christopher000 wrote:
Interesting because I thank God every single time I pray for giving mankind another day because I think of all that would have been condemned without it and without His patience....

It's a good question if Peter Hitchens has become a Christian. A dedicated Anglican is no more a Christian than a Catholic is, "The faith of Anglicans is founded in the scriptures, the traditions of the apostolic church, the apostolic succession – "historic episcopate" and the early Church Fathers...." Anglicanism Man's traditions and the early Church Fathers were hit and miss in their theologies--and they weren't apostles So, unless he comes to accept the big 5 points of Christianity, What are the “five solas,” and what do they mean? He's really no more saved than his brother was.

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News Item2/27/14 10:57 AM
Lurker  Protected NameFind all comments by Lurker
Observer wrote:
Dolores, I echo what the brothers and sister here have been saying. There will always be misunderstandings, but we live through them and mature. Many a times they result in the rough edges being knocked off us. But hey, that's good because it makes us more meet for heaven, just as our Lord planned.
Some say that life's challenges give us character. So it could be said that "Observer is a real character!"

Good to have you back, brother. And I sure hope that Dopey will calm down and be reconciled with his brother in Christ. That is pleasing to God.

In the mean time I'll be praying for him as it is plain something has him troubled.

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News Item2/27/14 10:46 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Observer wrote:
You take the risk bro that the stuff may be stirred so fast that it will fly everywhere.
I thought you said you were a fisherman. Don't you wade into the river to fish?
Ha! Sounds like I need a full forensic suit!

No, my local river shelves down quickly to 200ft, so I'll stay on the bank thank you.

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News Item2/27/14 10:27 AM
Observer  Find all comments by Observer
John UK wrote:
I've got an old pair of wellies, perhaps that will have to do.
You take the risk bro that the stuff may be stirred so fast that it will fly everywhere.

I thought you said you were a fisherman. Don't you wade into the river to fish?
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Dolores, I echo what the brothers and sister here have been saying. There will always be misunderstandings, but we live through them and mature. Many a times they result in the rough edges being knocked off us. But hey, that's good because it makes us more meet for heaven, just as our Lord planned.

All I can say is that on this forum there is more genuine Christian fellowship than on some others, despite the occasional tiff. The brothers and sisters on here also support when they feel someone is being unfairly treated. What a great family to belong to. I feel real privileged.

And we can always rely on Bro Mike to lighten the mood.

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News Item2/27/14 10:11 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Mike wrote:
Bro John, don't forget the hip boots, for those times when the less than edifying stuff is spread around.
I've got an old pair of wellies, perhaps that will have to do.
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News Item2/27/14 10:07 AM
Dorcas | USA  Find all comments by Dorcas
Mike from New York:

Good one! Thanks for the laugh.

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News Item2/27/14 10:02 AM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
John UK wrote:
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It's great to have fellowship with one another, and long may it continue. But keep your hard hat on, just in case.
Bro John, don't forget the hip boots, for those times when the less than edifying stuff is spread around.
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News Item2/27/14 8:50 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Observer wrote:
Hey John
Yes, its been a while. I will try and pace myself and see how long I can remain here.
I seem to have the uncanny ability to attract trouble! Ahhh well the Lord knows and that's why he's given me hide tough as 'ol boots for skin.
Anyways, how you doin bro? How are the headaches? Have you been street preaching again? Keep us posted bro. You know you are in my prayers.
I appreciate prayer bro, and the Lord is answering. I have to be more disciplined, especially in what I eat and drink, and I am embarking on a project which should improve my health. It is soon the time when kings go to war, so I am hoping to be ready enough to at least give out the tracts and talk to people about their greatest need, that of a Saviour from sin, and to glorify God with their life.

Apart from Ecumenists and Presbies, and the odd heretic or two, I've not seen much trouble hereabouts.

It's great to have fellowship with one another, and long may it continue. But keep your hard hat on, just in case.

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News Item2/27/14 8:08 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Interesting because I thank God every single time I pray for giving mankind another day because I think of all that would have been condemned without it and without His patience.

I tried to post a long comment in the Farrahkan thread because I have seen a sharp decline and am concerned about Dopey as well, but they shut the thread down for new comments, I guess. I liked your post John, and I had the same concerns.

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News Item2/27/14 8:04 AM
Observer  Find all comments by Observer
get real wrote:
Good morning brothers and sisters.
The Lord has spared us another day. Blessed be his name. Let us do all that we do to his glory.
Good Morning to you, may you and yours be blessed this day~!
Thank you dear saint. The same back to you.

Ephesians 3
14 For this cause I bow my knees unto the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ,15 Of whom the whole family in heaven and earth is named,16 That he would grant you, according to the riches of his glory, to be strengthened with might by his Spirit in the inner man;17 That Christ may dwell in your hearts by faith; that ye, being rooted and grounded in love,18 May be able to comprehend with all saints what is the breadth, and length, and depth, and height;19 And to know the love of Christ, which passeth knowledge, that ye might be filled with all the fulness of God.

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Hey John

Yes, its been a while. I will try and pace myself and see how long I can remain here.

I seem to have the uncanny ability to attract trouble! Ahhh well the Lord knows and that's why he's given me hide tough as 'ol boots for skin.

Anyways, how you doin bro? How are the headaches? Have you been street preaching again? Keep us posted bro. You know you are in my prayers.

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News Item2/27/14 7:42 AM
get real | earth  Find all comments by get real
Good morning brothers and sisters.
The Lord has spared us another day. Blessed be his name. Let us do all that we do to his glory.

Good Morning to you, may you and yours be blessed this day~!

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News Item2/27/14 7:26 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Observer wrote:
Good morning brothers and sisters.
The Lord has spared us another day. Blessed be his name. Let us do all that we do to his glory.
Good morning Brother O, good to see you posting here once more. Yes, by God's grace we have another day to praise his wonderful name. Time is short, the night cometh when no man can work.
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News Item2/27/14 7:12 AM
Observer  Find all comments by Observer
Christopher000 wrote:
...Interesting also was the fact that their father was a Baptist preacher.
Good morning brothers and sisters.

The Lord has spared us another day. Blessed be his name. Let us do all that we do to his glory.

Christopher the point you picked up on is interesting because this is apparently also true of Richard Dawkins. His parents were religious (Anglicans) and Dawkins describes his childhood as "a normal Anglican upbringing".

A Wikipedia article says of him that "He was a 'Christian' until halfway through his teenage years, at which point he concluded that the theory of evolution was a better explanation for life's complexity, and ceased believing in a god. Dawkins states: "the main residual reason why I was religious was from being so impressed with the complexity of life and feeling that it had to have a designer, and I think it was when I realised that Darwinism was a far superior explanation that pulled the rug out from under the argument of design. And that left me with nothing."!

Not uncommon to find kids rebel against the values of their parents, or to think that they have discovered something that makes them unique in their grouping. Something that they can be proud of!

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News Item2/27/14 6:47 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Interesting to listen to Christophers perspective as an athiest and his rise from it which took years. He said as an athiest, he was certain that God didn't exist and that Christians are basically idiots for believing such nonscense. We all have our turning points and his began after looking at a painting of judgement day where multitudes were being cast away. He said after looking at people vomiting from terror and the sheer fear in their eyes, he began to fear the Lord himself and his journey out from athiesm began. Interesting also was the fact that their father was a Baptist preacher.
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News Item2/27/14 4:13 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Good for Hitchens for embracing Jesus as Savior and becoming a Christian and renouncing the insanity of atheism.
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