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Monday, August 20, 2007

Atheists Seem to be Very Active Criminals in the USA. When Will They be Caught?

In my hometown newspaper today, I saw two atheistic reports. One says "Scientists can’t define life, but they can tinker with it." The other report is a sidebar and says "Success to create life likely in 3 to 10 years.’ In a nation under God, this article is ‘sales material.’ In a nation under God, man-made life is impossible.

Such reports can be found in the newspapers and magazines of the USA over the last forty years. Such articles show how people have been seeking funds from the US government and do receive taxpayer funds with ease from the many agencies that exist in the US government.

These agencies are authorized by the US government to fund atheistic projects but are not allowed to fund theistic projects. Theistic projects are not authorized because the Constitution separates State and Religion. Yet, the US government does fund atheistic projects, even thought the USA is a nation under God, as mandated in the Declaration of Independence. So, even though the USA was founded as a nation under God, the people who work in the US government do not enforce the nation’s obedience to God. By not enforcing the mandate of the Declaration of Independence, the US government promotes atheism and it growth.

When will atheism be removed from the USA? It seems that the US government has removed God from the USA while simultaneously allowing atheism to flourish. How can the US government secure the citizens of the USA by allowing atheism to exist and sell it?


  • At 6:26 PM, Blogger Matt said…

    Where did you read that the US government is funding this research? Most of the articles I've read have cited private companies outside the US.

  • At 6:35 PM, Blogger George Shollenberger said…


    I worked in the US government for 26 years, read the Washington Post for 45 years, and conversed with many government employees. Don't you realize yet that atheism is unAmerican?

  • At 12:15 AM, Blogger Matt said…

    I'm not asking about atheism. You made a specific claim in your post that the groups who are attempting to create life are receiving funds from the US government. I'm just looking for the articles that you are talking about. Which agencies are funding this specific research? How much money is the government spending on it?

  • At 12:57 AM, Anonymous Maria Robledo said…

    Why are you so aggressive about atheism? What harm have atheists ever done to you?

  • At 1:14 AM, Anonymous Bill Konkerkian said…

    You keep surprising me. Matt asked you: Where did you read that the US government is funding this research?

    You answered: Don't you realize yet that atheism is unAmerican?

    Now, if you don't see that your 'answer' doesn't address his question in any way, you have really lost it.

  • At 8:34 AM, Blogger George Shollenberger said…

    response to matt,

    The agency mentioned is
    NASA. Money is not mentioned.

  • At 8:39 AM, Blogger George Shollenberger said…

    response to Maria Robledo,

    The USA is a nation under God. If you do not know the damage that atheism has caused in this nation since the 1970s, you must be isolated from what is happening in th USA..

  • At 8:51 AM, Blogger George Shollenberger said…

    response to Bill Konkerkian,

    I answered matt in the first statement in that blog, (in my hometown newspaper).

    "Don't you realize yet that atheism is unAmerican?" is not my answer. It is a question to matt.

    You are the one who is lost.

    My answer addes

  • At 12:16 PM, Blogger Matt said…

    I'm having trouble finding any articles that indicate that NASA is funding this research. Does your hometown newspaper have a web site? I think they be mistaken about the NASA funding, as other reports do not seem to corroborate that claim.

  • At 4:36 PM, Blogger George Shollenberger said…


    My hometime newspaper is 'The Journal' in Martinsburg, WV. As I remember, it was an AP article.

  • At 6:41 AM, Anonymous Bill Konkerkian said…

    Mr. Shollenberger, you are not telling the truth.

    Matt asked you: "Where did you read that the US government is funding this research?"

    Now you claim that your answer is in your blog, namely "In my hometown newspaper today". But in your blog you only wrote "In my hometown newspaper today, I saw two atheistic reports." You didn't write that according to your hometown newspaper the US government is funding this so-called atheistic research.

    Don't make things up, tell the truth, Mr. Shollenberger.

  • At 7:12 AM, Anonymous Cindy McPhee, Newton MA said…

    A few days ago you vehemently complained that, according to you, the reviewers of your book at the amazon site haven't read your book, or only a small part of it.

    A couple of years ago you reviewed the book "How to Know God: The Soul's Journey Into the Mystery of Mysteries: The Soul's Journey into the Mystery of Mysteries" by Deepak Chopra. This is the first sentence of your review: "I was going to stop reading on page 1 after I found six errors. But I continued to read until page 14 and then had enough."

    Chopra's book has 336 pages. Now I understand why one of those reviewers complains about your intellectual dishonesty. The pot calls the kettle black...

  • At 7:46 AM, Blogger George Shollenberger said…

    Response to EBill Konkerkian,

    I think that the people of the USA ought to know the truth as I see it, noy only the way the Press reports it. Often, the Press does not report information that I report because of space limitations.

    My information on the problem of atheism in the USA is important.

  • At 8:22 AM, Blogger George Shollenberger said…

    Response to Cindy McPhee, Newton MA,

    I have had three or four book reviews that were removed by Amazon. That is the choice of Amazon. Further, I did not resubmit my book reviews.

    The atheists are resubmitting their book reviews. This behavior shows that atheists are actively engaged in controlling book sales in the field of religion.

    Amazon removed the book reviews of my book,that is, those book reviews that were submitted by atheists. But the atheists of these reviews resubmitted them again and again until Amazon was frustrated.

    These atheists who resubmitted their book reviews of my book are criminals because they are going against the will of Amazon and against God, as mandated by the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution and are thus actively engaged in controlling the flow of books in the field of religion.

    This comment by you indicates that you are supporting such anti-religious efforts?

  • At 10:12 AM, Anonymous Cindy McPhee, Newton MA said…

    Mister Shollenberger,

    You have two complaints about the reviewers of your book. According to you they

    1. kept resubmitting their reviews
    2. wrote their reviews while not having read your book or only having read a small part of it.

    I clearly commented on complaint number 2, telling you that you are guilty of the same thing that you condemn in those 'atheists' (reviewing a book that you had read only 14 pages of).

    So no, I am not supporting any anti-religious efforts (for your information, I am deeply religious). I am only denouncing your hypocrisy.

    Will you apologize? Or will you again try to shift the focus to complaint number 1?

  • At 11:39 AM, Blogger George Shollenberger said…

    Cindy McPhee, Newton MA,

    My book reviews deal with the contents of the book. I would never submit a book review on a book that I cannot comprehend. If I review a book, I can deal with the subject. They can't deal with my book and its contents.

    I have nothing to apologize for.

  • At 4:08 PM, Anonymous Cindy McPhee, Newton MA said…

    Mr. Shollenberger,

    You wrote: "I would never submit a book review on a book that I cannot comprehend."

    So you are arrogant enough to claim that you fully understood Chopra's book after only having read 14 of its 336 pages (that is only 4%), as you admitted yourself?

    Ironically, on your amazon page you complain like this about one of the reviewers: "The truth is that this reviewer has not read 99% of the book. This is not a book review."

    So I guess you think you are the only one who can review a book without reading more than 95% of it.

    How can you live with yourself?

  • At 7:08 PM, Blogger George Shollenberger said…

    Response to Cindy McPhee, Newton MA,

    If you haven't learned yet that that I believe in Christianity, you do not understand why I can give my opinion about other religions. I tolerate all religions. But that does not mean that I agree with them intellectually. To me, there is only one God. Thus, to me, there is only one true religion.

    Your atheistic friends are not theologians. They are not prepared intellectually to participate in the discussions of the unification of theology and science.

    My research shows that Christianity is far ahead of all other religions intellectually. So why should I not help these other religions of their errors.

    You seem to have no knowledge of the differences among religions and also why I, and other theologians, are trying to unify all religions. Your mindset would keep the Iraq War alive for centuries.

    Your comments are simplistic and do not interest me.

    I amy happy with my life amd have always have had many friends.

  • At 3:38 PM, Anonymous Liz said…

    I'm sorry, but as a Christian and an American, I am embarrassed by what I've read.

    Please believe me, all arguing atheists - we are not all so illogical and unreasonable.

  • At 5:18 PM, Blogger George Shollenberger said…

    response to liz,

    I did not say you are illogical and unreasonable. But you must be ignorant of the history of the USA. Atheists are unAmericans because they live in a nation under God.

    I am also a Christian and American and I am not embarrassed by what I wrote.


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