Establishing the Boundaries of a Biblical Worldview

green smiling snakeSome people say snakes don’t talk.  But they follow the advice of a snake they say cannot speak.

Atheists in a crowd heckling the Street-Preacher will eventually pull an argument out of their basket of comments that goes something like this.

“You believe in talking snakes.  There is no evidence that snakes can talk.  Your religion is ridiculous.”

Now the Street-Preacher has a simple response.

“It is true that the Bible refers to a talking snake, the ‘whisperer’.  In its context, it refers to the serpent’s temptation to Eve that she could ‘be like God’ determining for herself what is good and evil.

“Now an atheist who has rejected God’s definition of good and evil has simply followed the snake’s advice and decided to ‘be like God’ making up his own rules of good and evil.

“So there are those who say snakes can talk and who refuse to follow the suggestions of a snake to ‘be like God’ and make up their own morality.

snake_01“And then there are others who don’t believe in talking snakes, but adamantly follow the advice of a talking snake they say doesn’t exist.

“The Bible indicates that those who think they can determine for themselves what is right or wrong are the ‘fools’ who follow the talking snake. It makes more sense to follow God than a talking snake. But some choose to do it — follow the snake, that is.

“Everyone’s a believer in something. Some believe it is smart to follow the ideas of a talking snake.  Some don’t.

“The followers of the ideas of the talking snake appear to be the genuine believers in the talking snake.  Why follow the snake’s advice otherwise?

“The Bible also speaks of a talking ass who heard the word of the Lord and acted accordingly.  The world needs more people who will heed the words of a talking ass, and fewer people who prefer to follow the advice of a talking snake — even though they say they don’t believe that snakes can talk.”

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