Why Isn’t America Sending Bibles Into Space?

Posted on by Derby Mack
Obama prefers monkeys to Bibles.

Obama prefers monkeys to Bibles.

“For by him were all things created, that are in heaven, and that are in earth, visible and invisible, whether they be thrones, or dominions, or principalities, or powers: all things were created by him, and for him.” – Colossians 1:16.

I read the other day that the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) sent an old penny to Mars. The cost of that exercise in futility has not been made public, but surely it’s in the billions of taxpayer dollars. Other geniuses have launched Legos, monkeys and “lightsabers” into the Heavens. One late night comedian even paid for a jazzercise machine to be carried up to the International Space Station. When did we, the American people, become so terribly looney?

Our economy is in crisis, our military is disheartened and our prospects in the face of Chinese domination are grim. And still we send trinkets into space.

One thing is for sure, our Great Father who calls those very Heavens His home is not pleased by our antics. What NASA and our astronauts have done is profoundly insulting to God and his Son, Jesus. It says we care little about the afterlife. It says we care little about the glory of the stars He has given us. Those stars are meant to inspire us, to capture our dreams. But all Americans want to do is turn the world beyond the Pearly Gates into a garbage dump for children’s toys.

Maybe this is what the Atheist element is conspiring. They’re keen to disrespect Christianity at every turn. It’s not enough that their sickness and their filth has destroyed America, they want to sully God’s Heavens as well. Just think of all those who have died, our grandmothers and grandfathers, our veterans and our leaders, all those who occupy the Heavens having to face the sludge of Atheist sewage lapping at their shores.

One other thing- I don’t believe in space aliens. I know some people do and I respect that. Maybe God has other worlds he has created. Maybe Earth was a finished product while other planets were just test runs. Whatever the case, if there are aliens beings out there we should be sending them Bibles for we have a responsibility to instruct them in His teachings.

The Word could inspire unknown species beyond our Solar System.

The Word of God would inspire unknown creatures beyond our Solar System if they exist.

So why not send Bibles into space? We have the technology. We have the printing presses. I would love to see mountains of Bibles on the Moon. I want to see lakes of Bibles on Mars. We could ring Saturn with golden bound Bibles that shimmer in the sunlight, testifying to His wisdom and His Glory. I want deep space probes that explode with Bibles in distant star systems and giant tablets that tell the universe of America’s dedication to God!

If we Americans had any sense, this is what we’d be doing. Enough with the scientists and their Mephistophelean passions. They’ve taken over the government, they’ve taken over NASA and the result has been disastrous. The idea that radical Atheists are the ones probing and puncturing the Heavens with their ships and rockets should sicken every Christian in America. These people have no sense, and no sense of morality. They are a disease that has infected our future with ignorance and hate and apathy.

Today, I urge you to write your Congressman to demand that NASA take action on this vitally important program. I would also encourage you to speak out to our friends in the Tea Party Revolution, from Governor Sarah Palin to Senator Ted Cruz. They need to know that a majority of Americans believe that sending Bibles into space is essential for the survival of humanity.

Science and “big science” should never be left in the hands of spiritual imbeciles and PHD level perverts!

 

About This Journalist

Founder, Editor-in-Chief and CEO of HardDawn.com, Derby Mack is an American Patriot who has dedicated his life to loving his country and preparing his family for the National Apocalypse. He would like to thank the Founding Fathers, President Reagan and Jesus Christ for the opportunity to share Wisdom with every member of the HardDawn.com community. God Bless and Stay Vigilant!

  • Dana Robertson

    We
    need to start doing this before the Mormons and the Muslims start
    sending out Book of Mormons and Qurans into space with their false
    Godless teachings!

    • allassac

      and yours is not false teaching ???? that’s the biggest problem. Every fanatic swears that her/his holy book is the good one…..

      • Dana Robertson

        Some people don’t understand the concept of satire.

  • The discovery of 8.8 billion habitable planets in the Milky Way, announced just this week adds a just really special urgency to this issue.
    Even if I were were I a secularhumanist I would be awed by the brief interval between your call for interstellar Bible distribution and the discovery of this vast new mission field by NASA.
    But I don’t believe in coincidence. Clearly the Holy Ghost has bestowed the gift of prophecy on Hard Dawn.com

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  • Just a randomer

    This page can’t be serious, literally the stupidest thing I’ve ever read in my entire life. ‘Sending bibles into space’ what good is that going to do, if an alien race does pick up a bible in space how in dickens are they going to read it, do you just believe other extraterrestrial beings instantly know how to read our worlds languages. Lastly what the hell is with the comments saying that you need to do this before the Mormons and muslamic communities send theirs out, why not send out all of the religious books at once, that way aliens will decide which one they would like to follow instead of trying to jam Christianity down their throats

    • David Wilson

      Seriously? Take a “hard” look at the title of this site, now repeat it quickly over and over again as you look at the guy on the right with the weapon. Get it yet? Duh…

    • allassac

      Great. We are surrounded by fanatic idiots …of all creeds.

  • Steve Thompson

    Sending bibles in to space? What a fantastic idea! It’s better than burning them down here which would cause a lot of pollution.

  • no religions

    Since I read your article, I can’t stop crying- from laughter. Bahaha, bibles in space. No other life forms. If there is, they’re only test runs. Maybe we are the test runs, I mean, look at you you moron. Anyone who thinks like you is obviously faulty. Religion is a joke. If “Jesus” really died and rose from the dead, wouldn’t that make him a zombie? Seriously.

  • unixhed

    Why don’t you volunteer to be sent into orbit around the earth, proclaiming your belief, until your air runs out?

  • Binky The Horse

    Perhaps NASA doesn’t send religious texts into space because RELIGION IS VILE.

    It would be a little less vile to send ALL religious texts, along with a healthy dose of atheist writings too, just so the E.T.s know we’re not total vermin, beyond all reason, and that the Earth need not be sterilised with radiation.

    It would be nice to send the works of the first philosophers, and the first atheists, except you religious vermin already burned those writings. Thanks a lot.

    Speaking of which, Steve Thompson, I get your joke but please, do keep it to a joke. Don’t ever burn any book! Don’t wipe your backside on one; don’t ban one; don’t shred or bin one. There’s a way to treat books, and it hurts me to see them abused. It hurts the inner librarian of my soul…

  • Binky The Horse

    How disgusting of you to call yourself an American patriot in your bio, then to shit on everything American, by suggesting that tax money should be spent on this promotion of your own religion over others. You obviously have no understanding of the wisdom in the American separation of church and state.

    You are right to thank the Founding Fathers for you freedom of speech, but I struggle to see where Reagan and Jesus come into it. Are you totally fucking demented?

    Reagan the deathmongering rabid-right Thatcher-loving terroriser of Latin America has not enhanced your ability to share wisdom, with or without the capital W. He did not intend to.

    Jesus of Nazareth condemned those who disagreed with him to burn for eternity! No religion had an eternal hell, before old Jeez-arse invented it, and he dished it out to people FOR ASKING HIM REASONABLE QUESTIONS! Man, what a total fucktard! I can see why you’re a fan.

    He was a sectarian Jew, who refused to heal a Canaanite because she was the wrong kind of Jew, until his apostles implored him to do so. What the Hell would he make of you? How many deaths would he wish on you? I can SEE you don’t obey scripture. You DON’T SEW TASSLES TO THE FOUR CORNERS OF YOUR CLOTHES! YOU DON’T EVEN HAVE SQUARE CLOTHES! He would consider you unworthy to eat his shit, GENTILE!

    So er, no. He also hasn’t helped freedom of speech, and also did not intend to. You utter twunt!

    By the way, this UNSURPRISINGLY HUMAN behaviour is among the best evidence for Jesus of Nazareth being based, at least partly, on a real character in history. I believe he was REAL, because he was a REAL BASTARD, just like you.

    The very BEST evidence that he was real, is the way two gospels try to assign his nativity to the City of David instead of Nazareth, with a story almost as batshit insane as your article is. The other two gospels simply have characters asking, “Shall the Messiah come out of Galilee?” That’s where Nazareth is and Bethlehem isn’t, just in case your grasp on geography is as piss-poor as everything else.

    If he were pure invention, his inventor would probably have him hailing from the prophesied place anyway, instead of trying to get us to believe that Romans required people move all over the country in order to help with a census, as opposed to staying the fuck still so they could be counted! Unlike everywhere else in their empire, are we supposed to believe that for some reason, they didn’t write records of everything in stone? There is no record of any such census at that time.

    We know quite a bit about the Romans, you know. They got about and they liked to write. I wonder if news of a thing called the Roman Empire ever penetrated your skull.

    Oh and Herod had been dead by then for at least ten years. Thanks to television, the evidence of that has now reached the nearest stars — while completely bypassing moronic bullshitters like you that are incapable of scholarship. Aliens know your God is a mountainous heap of hateful bollocks. It’s about time you did.

    (I would like to draw an illustration of a mountainous heap of hateful bollocks but the feature is not available.)

    I’m now looking at the rest of this webshite and starting to comprehend what hateful little shitbags we’re dealing with here.

  • Binky The Horse

    Perhaps NASA doesn’t send religious texts into space because RELIGION IS VILE.

    It would be a little less vile to send ALL religious texts, along with a healthy dose of atheist writings too, just so the E.T.s know we’re not total vermin, beyond all reason, and that the Earth need not be sterilised with radiation.

    It would be nice to send the works of the first philosophers, and the first atheists, except you religious vermin already burned those writings. Thanks a lot, you soaking wet fart.

    Speaking of which, Steve Thompson, I get your joke but please, do keep it to a joke. Don’t ever burn any book! Don’t wipe your backside on one; don’t ban one; don’t shred or bin one. There’s a way to treat
    books, and it hurts me to see them abused. It hurts the inner librarian of my soul…

  • Ryan McLaughlin

    Simple Answer: Because America is not The Country of Christians. We are a melting pot of races, ideas and beliefs. Why don’t we send a copy of the Quran? There are Islams in this country. Or how abotu the Torah? There are plenty of Jews here, too. Or maybe copies of The Vedas…. after all there are 2,000,000 Hindus living here as well. But wait, i’m sure you’re going to retort with some bullshit about how this country was founded by Christians… which I would happily debunk for you, but you won’t believe me anyway… even when I provide proof… which is something youc an’t do with a single one of your ridiculous EdOps on this website.

  • Viriato Queiroga

    I find it hard to understand how the hell can you trust your political expectations on someone like Palin, who didn’t even knew what South Africa was… A politician should be someone with a vast amount of knowledge, not bigotry.

  • David Wilson

    Gee you’re swell.

  • In comic heaven

    This site is better than the Onion. Wow, just wow. PhD Perverts. Pathetically Pious. Whatever you like. Keep them coming; the holier, the better!

  • Um…guys? (Hard Dawn.com is a humor site.)

  • A realist

    Great send bibles and all the retarded people how believe in that nonsense to space! I totally agree!!!!

  • allassac

    why send bible into space? The Lord supposedly is there…does he need to read the bible.???….by the way in which language ??? Too much bullshit…..