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Where Is John Galt?

C.H. Wrote: Jul 30, 2012 10:09 PM
Wot: Jesus was a man, so he couldn't be "anti-man". If God created man and gave him the ability to reason, isn't it that rational mind that can distinguish good and evil?
C.H. Wrote: Jul 31, 2012 9:08 AM
Wot: Without the rules God gave us we would be in a much worse state than we are in, because we gravitate toward lawlessness(immorality). When someone steals your big screen tv, you demand justice. Why? Who says there is justice in the world? God. God gave us the 10 commandments to establish justice, which man couldn't follow for even a day proving the need for a savior(Jesus). You ask for justice when a wrong is committed against you, but God who is justice shouldn't ask it of us?

You don't appreciate your own sin nature and your need for God's forgiveness, but you will someday. I'll pray for you.
C.H. Wrote: Jul 30, 2012 11:40 PM
Wot: Jesus was not bound by nature like you and I are. He wasn't bound by sin. He proved he was more than a good guy with some moral insights.

Someday when you're dying and fear is gripping you, call on the name of Jesus and you will be saved.
C.H. Wrote: Jul 30, 2012 11:37 PM
Wot: God demands justice and the penalty for sin is death so he allowed the Jews to practice a substitutionary animal sacrifice. God gave the jewish people a sacrificial system to follow until the messiah came.

Jesus, the Messiah, came to save humanity using that system. He was the perfect sacrifice, the scapegoat, and the high priest able to offer the sacrifice. His shed blood was the final atonement for all sin. When he rose from death he proved he is God.

Where is a man who can save us? A man of virtue and action who can rebuild our economy and culture? We must find a true-to-life John Galt.

I think America’s best shot at economic recovery and restoring constitutional freedom is to nurture men and women who emulate the virtues of John Galt, a hero in Ayn Rand’s magnum opus novel, Atlas Shrugged. Galt is a man of unparalleled virtue, intelligence and action in a fictional U.S. economy that is eerily identical to the present-day U.S. economy.

Galt is an American inventor who lives and breathes his philosophy: “I swear—by my...