Hebrews 4:12 and its powerful effects in hotels

Gideons International has been placing Bibles in hotel rooms for over 100 years with great success, but the Freedom from Religion Foundation (FFRF)—behind many of the attacks on our Ark Encounter project—has sent a letter to 15 hotel chains urging them to make their rooms “more hospitable to non-Christian and nonreligious clientele” by providing “Bible-free” rooms in their hotels.

FFRF says, “Many of your guests are freethinkers—atheists, agnostics, skeptics or ‘nones’—who are deeply offended to be charged high fees only to be proselytized in the privacy of their own bedrooms.”…

Now, this is utterly ridiculous. Is anyone forcing hotel guests to read the Bible in their rooms? Of course not! They are not being “proselytized” to—guests have the option of reading the Bible or not…

Is the FFRF so worried that someone might actually read a Bible and believe its teachings, that they have to stop guests even having access to the Bible? Obviously the FFRF must recognize their worldview has no foundation, as they are scared people will read God’s Word and may be convinced! And these atheists should be scared, “for the word of God is living and powerful, and sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing even to the division of soul and spirit, and of joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart” (Hebrews 4:12).

Quote source

Ham, K. (2015). Secularist Intolerance—Demanding Bible-Free Hotel Rooms. Available https://answersingenesis.org/blogs/ken-ham/2015/12/18/secularist-intolerance-bible-free-hotel-rooms/. Last accessed 25th Dec 2015


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