The British parliament’s first avowedly atheist member, Charles Bradlaugh, would stride into public meetings in the 1880s, take out his pocket watch, and challenge God to strike him dead in 60 seconds

The British parliament’s first avowedly atheist member, Charles Bradlaugh, would stride into public meetings in the 1880s, take out his pocket watch, and challenge God to strike him dead in 60 seconds. God bided his time, but got Bradlaugh in the end.

Theodore Dalrymple

God is gracious with all, every day who sin against Him. Though He would be justified in ending the life of any of His rebellious creatures, He often spares them even in the face of their blasphemous challenges.

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