FIRST SHE SAID THIS:
i have taken note that all of your quotes are from the old testament. As stated earlier, you are not taking these quotes in context and balance. I can make the bible say that "there is no God" But, taken in context it states that "The fool hath said in his heart, there is no God". The one thing you didn't answer was what is love, truth, etc.
THIS IS WHERE I SAID: "The fool hath said in his heart, there is no God". The wise shout it from the mountaintops... lol
If you are so against God (which what you believe about him will be made known to you when you stand before him) why do you visit a Christian site and comment on the beliefs of people who do love and serve the Lord? This is how I first started talking to you. Again we come back to the issue of accountability. Do you think that you should be able to live anyway you want and there be no consequences of wrong actions? If you don't believe, of course that is your choice, but it appears from your e-mails that you are the one who is trying to convert Christians to your view of no belief in God. I have no interest in trying to convert you to my beliefs because that would be impossible for me. You have not answered my question of what is love?
Nathan, I want to respond to you in love because it is very apparent that your beliefs come not from your own study of God's Word. Because you don't believe in God, and think that this life is all there is, may I ask you a personal question? What happens to you when you die? Do you think that this life is all there is? Do you know the reason for right and wrong? There is a conscience regarding decisions made that were right and things that make you feel bad when you are wrong. Where does this come from? You don't have to even have read the bible to know this, even small children feel bad when they have done something wrong and they try to hide it. Where does this come from?