Re: The Dead Atheist Family - A Dramatic Story by Titus Templeton
Originally Posted by Ezekiel Bathfire
I could see from the very start that this was a genuine, true story. "Hey dad, it's good that we don't have to go to Church any more." is such a real phrase.
Yes, that was exactly my intention. It looks like a normal atheist sunday morning. The atheist-reader actually identifies himself with the characters, he feels with them. The people think "Hey this guy could be me!"
But then something happens, the family is confronted with an situation they
are not able to deal with. Their own moral-system is not able to find a solution. The woman has many similarity with Eve from the Bible.
But in my story she is the leader but without any moral system she is a blind captain, and she will crush the ship (her family) into the next iceberg. It is only a matter of time.
Sodomites are wicked & sinners before the Lord exceedingly (Gen.13:13), are violent & doom nations (Gen. 19:1-25; Jgs. 19), are abominable to God (Lev. 18:22), are worthy of death for their vile sex practices (Lev. 20:13; Rom. 1:32), are called dogs as filthy, impudent & libidinous (Deut. 23:17,18; Mat. 7:6;Phil. 3:2), produce in society mass intoxication from their wine made from grapes of gall from the vine of Sodom & fields of Gomorrah, poisoning society's mores with the poison of dragons & the cruel venom of asps (Deut. 32:32,33), show their sin & shame on their countenance (Isa. 3:9), are shameless & unable to blush (Jer. 6:15), workers of iniquity (Psa. 5:5), liars & murderers (Jn. 8:44), filthy & lawless (2 Pet. 2:7,8), natural brute beasts (2 Pet. 2:12), are likened unto dogs eating their own vomit, sows wallowing in their own feces (2 Pet. 2:22), will proliferate at the end of the world bringing final judgment on mankind (Lk. 17:28-30), have been finally given up by God to uncleanness to dishonor their own bodies, to vile affections, & to a reprobate mind such that they cannot think straight about anything (Rom. 1:23-28); and, unable to blush, be ashamed, or repent (Jer. 6:15), they have no hope of Heaven (Rev. 22:15). "It is a fearful thing to fall into the hands of the living God." Heb. 10:31.