Ben Carson to Atheist; I believe I came from God, and you believe you came from a monkey – You’ve convinced me you’re right.

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Blam! Everybody gets a taste of the Ben Carson beyatch juice!

You gotta love it when an atheist gets slammed..

But isn’t it oh, so convenient to be an atheist in America? Surrounded by 250 years of Judeo-Christian law and morality. Safe in your little gated community with your little atheist books?

Truth is, if you were dumped in a country that didn’t have Judeo-Christian law – say, Darfur or South Korea – it would take you about 30 minutes to find God. Unfortunately for you, they’d be dragging your god-fearing body through the streets and probably cow-prodding your crotch.

But I digress – back to Ben Carson:

Ben Carson, while speaking to the Faith and Freedom Conference in Washington, D.C., told a story about how he responded to an attack from a particularly aggressive atheist:

“I remember a few years back I was engaged in a debate in Hollywood with a leading atheist. This guy thinks anybody who believes in God is a total moron. As they got to the end of the conversation, you know, he is denigrating anybody who could believe in Creation, I said, “You know what? You win.”

“I believe I came from God, and you believe you came from a monkey. And you’ve convinced me you’re right.”


From Wikipedia:

Benjamin Solomon Carson Sr. (born September 18, 1951) is an American neurosurgeon, author, and politician who is the 17th and current United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, under the Trump Administration. Prior to his cabinet position, he was a candidate for President of the United States in the Republican primaries in 2016.

Born in DetroitMichigan, and a graduate of Yale University and the University of Michigan Medical School, Carson has authored numerous books on his medical career and political stances. He was the subject of a television drama film in 2009.

He was the Director of Pediatric Neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Maryland from 1984 until his retirement in 2013. As a pioneer in neurosurgery, Carson’s achievements include performing the only successful separation of conjoined twins joined at the back of the head, pioneering the first successful neurosurgical procedure on a fetus inside the womb, performing the first completely successful separation of type-2 vertical craniopagus twins, developing new methods to treat brain-stem tumors, and reviving hemispherectomy techniques for controlling seizures.[3][4][5] He became the youngest chief of pediatric neurosurgery in the country at age 33.[6]He has received more than 60 honorary doctorate degrees, dozens of national merit citations, and written over 100 neurosurgical publications.[7] In 2008, he was bestowed the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest civilian award in the United States.[8]

Carson’s widely publicized speech at the 2013 National Prayer Breakfast catapulted him to conservative fame for his views on social and political issues.[9] On May 4, 2015, he announced he was running for the Republican nomination in the 2016 presidential election at a rally in his hometown of Detroit.[10] In March 2016, following the Super Tuesday primaries, he suspended his campaign and announced he would be the new national chairman of My Faith Votes, a group that encourages Christians to exercise their civic duty to vote.[11][12] He then endorsed the candidacy of Donald Trump.[13]

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