by Moody Adams
"I regard the brain as a computer which will stop working when its components fail," he told the Guardian. "There is no heaven or afterlife for broken down computers; that is a fairy story for people afraid of the dark."

Wow! Mr. Hawking says my brain is just like a computer which has no afterlife? This has really encouraged my faith because I have a computer that died; I mean it was absolutely dead. Totally dark! It was as dead as dead could be. Then a qualified and experienced technician got a hold of it and brought it back to life. It is actually working far better in its afterlife than it did in its first life. New and improved!

Thanks to the scholarly atheist, Mr. Hawking, I am assured that when my life ends and a qualified, experienced technician named Jesus Christ gets hold of it, it will come back to life and that life will be far better than my first one.

Mr. Hawking’s analogy has strengthened my faith and made me even more excited about my next life.

In a newspaper interview, Physicist Stephen Hawking said that the concept of heaven is a "fairy story" for people who fear death.” Really? I think his unproven theories about heaven just might be a fairy story for people who fear facing a righteous God in judgment.

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