It’s been two years since I posted a video response to “The Blasphemy Challenge,” a YouTube event that encourages the ignorant and foolish to “deny the Holy Spirit” on video, and has so far encouraged thousands upon thousands of people to risk eternal Hell by committing “the unpardonable sin.”
Now we all know that it takes a lot more than just making a silly video denying the Holy Spirit that condemns someone for eternity; it’s actually a life that is unrepentant toward God, a life that lives for sin, and dies in sin, unforgiven, because they have not trusted in the saving work of the Lord Jesus Christ.
Because most atheists—or wannabe atheists—don’t really understand what constitutes an unpardonable sin and probably have no understanding of what standard God will judge them by, I made a little video that starts out like one of their “Challenge” videos, only with an evangelistic twist. To date, my “channel” made especially for this occasion, has received over 7,000 viewings, with nearly 200 mostly angry, nasty comments from atheists who didn’t know they were going to get a Gospel message when they viewed it.
What a great way to get the word out! One problem: They pulled my video! Who did? Don’t know, they didn’t ask me. As I was writing this, I checked on the video and… POOF! Gone!
No problem. On this two year anniversary of “The Blasphemy Challenge 666” video, I decided to post it to yet another YouTube account of mine. And Bam! Fresh new atheists! What a treat! Read some of their reviews below:
Atheist Reviews (typos and all)
DarkTheAtheist wrote:Your an Atheist, you don’t believe in Zeus, Allah, Baal, Atlas, Bellona, Brahma, Apollo, Dagon, Vishnu, Uzume, Thor, Shu, Shiva, Poseidon, Osiris, Seti, Anubis, Mars, Mithras, Krishna and so on. You don’t believe in any deity other than your deity. I just go one deity further, Proud Atheist! and you need to believe that there are atheists cause your one too.
(Steve’s note: Please consider making your own video and uploading it to YouTube. Copy mine if you’d like. Make sure you call it this: “Re: The Blasphemy Challenge”)