To the Editor:
Any challenge to society brought to our courts by atheists, in matters of God or religion, should never get beyond a few sensible questions. Judge to atheist: "Do you believe the human heart is a pump?"
"Yes, your Honor,” the atheist would have to agree.
"Would you agree that the eyeball is a camera?"
"Yes, your Honor.”
"Do you believe the kidneys are a filter system, and the intestines a waste-disposal system, and the brain a computer?"
"Oh, yes, yes, yes, your Honor!"
"How would you describe the spinal cord?"
"A communication cable. A schematic, sort of, your Honor.”
"Has any of these items ever come into existence on their own, without an intelligent designer?"
"Of course not, your Honor.”
"No need to go any further. Case dismissed!"
Based on dishonesty, atheism is fraudulent. Asking an atheist what the date is, and on whom that date is based since His birth, the atheist must answer, on Jesus Christ.