You pore thang. You're crying and whining again, lol.Unable to show proof? Check.
Ad Hom attack trying to redirect from said failure?
Loser Christhole goes down like his daughter at a motley crew concert? Check.
I humbly accept your surrender. So as I have proven churches are closing down left and right so is it any mystery why they are attacking non believers?
Like I said before, since it was you who made the first claim, and I quote you:All these churches closing down are hoping someone buys them as well. One in my area was made into a strip club. Neat!--- you should have backed that up with links, or it's nothing but gibberish.
SO: When you show your links, I show my links. I promised you that before, and I keep my promises, but you don't......you failed and let us all down, just like we can always depend on you to do.
Until you fix your problem, you remain the loser you always have been, so nothing's new.
In the meantime, I've already posted plenty of facts and links which support my positions but you don't read those, so why would you read anything new?
Tell you what you just keep a pickin' at yore boogers, same as you always do, lmao.
Oh, and try going to church with grandma when you see her over the holidays. You never know, it might add years to your life:
Health Benefit of Believing God Cares About You
A new study from chaplains George Fitchett and Patricia Murphy of the Rush University Medical Center found that clinically depressed people who believe in a personal and caring God respond better to medical treatment for their illness than do those who dont believe in a concerned God.
As Murphy, whos also a professor of religion, health, and human values at Rush, notes:
The positive response to medication had little to do with the feeling of hope that typically accompanies spiritual belief. It was tied specifically to the belief that a Supreme Being cared.
For people diagnosed with clinical depression, medication certainly plays an important role in reducing symptoms. But when treating persons diagnosed with depression, clinicians need to be aware of the role of religion in their patients lives. It is an important resource in planning their care.