Road Trip Q&A 6: Blasphemy against the Holy Spirit, and the Bible as Our Moral Standard

a simple research on google about similarities between Jesus in the
bible and pagan gods will show you that Christians copied Pagans…
here is a simple example:
inscription to Mithras (pagan Roman god) reads:

   "He who will not eat of my
     body and drink of my blood, so that he will be made on with me and I
     with him, the same shall not know salvation." 1

In John 6:53-54, Jesus is said : “…Except
ye eat the flesh of the Son of man, and drink his blood, ye have no life
in you. Whoso eateth my flesh, and drinketh my blood, hath eternal
life; and I will raise him up at the last day.”

why dont you and your crew debate lawrence krauss? i’m sure he would be like who the fuck are you guys but i would love to see that debate. i know you guys wouldn’t do it because all of you are cowards and would get owned so hard.

God Bless David Wood

The Christian A team!

Muslims, Jesus said “my sheep hear my voice and they follow me.” Quran allows you to follow Jesus, the Word of God. Muhammad was not born of a virgin or called the Word of God. Jesus is alive, but Muhammad is dead. Jesus goes on to say to those who hear His voice and follow Him that He will give them eternal life. Read it John 10:25-30. Do you really love Jesus? Then follow Him. You deserve he’ll, but if you are Jesus’s , He gives you heaven.

Muslims aren’t the only plain words twisters. It is clear here in Mark. Calling what the Holy Spirit does a work of Satan is blasphemy. Not this goofy twisting of the text to say rejecting Christ. Everyone best stay away from the fraud of Calvinism and keep your bias against tongues in your head, not out of your mouth. Don’t call what the Holy Spirit does a work of Satan.

I would concur with the comments about the sin against the Holy Spirit. However, I would also add a reference to the context of that passage… Jesus had been casting out demons. The scribes, rather than deny the healing, claim that it is being done through the power of Be-el′zebul. They are calling good, “evil”, and evil, they are calling “good”. If your ability to identify “good” and “evil” has become so twisted, the Holy Spirit is virtually hamstrung in His ability to convict you of your sin, thus making it impossible for you to repent and thereby be forgiven.

if you dont agree with the explanation of blasphemy in this video, read 1 Peter 4:14 this verse helps



I need help answering an Atheist friend of mine, we’re talking about the Kalam Cosmological Argument, his rebuttals go as follows: 1. How do you know the difference between something that began to exist and something that has always existed?
2. So how do you/we know that the universe itself is not eternal?
or to put it the other way, that it began to exist?
Love ya’ , David!

So I take it that it means… any sin you harden your heart against, and no longer feel the conviction of the Holy Spirit. is blasphemy.

Hi David,
Big fan of your channel! My take is, if you’re an atheist, your morality doesn’t doesn’t have to depend on how humans are wired, or what the culture finds acceptable. If you don’t believe God exists, then you can take the view that morality is about conscious creatures, and their well-being. If anything is to be called ‘bad’, it would be purposeless suffering. Yes, you can’t justify why purposeless suffering is bad, but you also can’t justify why 2+2=4. These are axioms, and even Christianity boils down to self-justifying statements like these (for example, the idea that God’s commands are good. Why? Because they bring him glory? Why is his Glory good? etc ).

If morality is about the well-being of conscious creatures, then it is certainly objective. If I don’t know what 2+2 is, the answer still exists. If I think 2+2=5, the true answer still exists regardless of my opinion. In the same way, we can be unsure about a moral question, or even get morality wrong (and think we’re right!), but the truth would still exist independent of our reasoning. There are objectively better and worse choices. Some decisions will lead to an increase in avoidable suffering and misery, and others will lead to their decrease.

From an atheistic viewpoint, could one say that amputating the arms off of every child in the world is objectively wrong? Perhaps there is some benefit we are unaware of, and it could be a tremendous advantage to humanity to chop off a whole bunch of arms. Maybe. In this case all the evidence suggests that choping off billions of kids’ arms would tremendously increase the amount of misery in the universe. For a situation like this, I think an athiest can say with a very high degree of confidence that is objectively wrong.

Anyways, I’ll stop rambling haha, would love to hear any of your thoughts/rebuttals to this!

All the best,


the moral teachings of JESUS CHRIST as expressed in the SERMON ON THE MOUNT are the same moral teachings as Buddha . Both have the " GOLDEN RULE " Buddha was pre-Christian not Anti-Christian . ( as islam is )

About blaspheming the Holy Spirit:
The scripture is clear on that blasphemeing the Holy spirit is to say that his work is the Evil one’s work.

Mark 3:29-35
but he who blasphemes against the Holy Spirit never has forgiveness, but is subject to eternal condemnation”— 30 because they said, “He has an unclean spirit.”

Why will they never be forgiven? = ‘‘because they said, “He has an unclean spirit.”’’

God bless you all! <3 :slight_smile:

Blasphemy against the Holy Spirit, to me is when a being created perfect, Angels, Adam, Eve, or Christ as a man, sins against God.

hello david, i know you are focused on proving islam and muhammad wr0ng. Can you take some time off and make a video about your view on hindhuism. it would be great to hear your views.

When answering the question about why we should take our morality from the bible, you say that there are a number of ways to answer, but then you talk about the resurrection.
I think when you’re talking about morality, it would be more consistent with the scriptures to talk about what Jesus’s view of morality was. He always went back to what the scriptures said, eg. when he was tempted in the wilderness. Or what about the times he suggested that God had already spoken through scripture with regards to what people ought to do. From Jesus’s point of view, God has spoken. It is the right thing to do to do the will of the Father.
At the end of the day, we follow the bible because God is the objective standard of morality and he has spoken through scripture. We believe that for a number of reasons, including what you say about historical events. But we should be clear that morality comes from God and what he has commanded. It is consistent with his nature.

I really want to understand the meaning of 1 corinthians 8:6

ive had an abortion and im pro choice and also pro life.