The Atheist L.A.M. Norman Oetker Missionary “The Light Amidst the Mong” Hmong Thailand, Reynosa Mexico, English Class, St. Charles Missouri US.

Atheist  MEO L.A.M. Norman Oetker Missionary "The Light Amidst the Mong/MEO" Hmong Thailand, Reynosa Mexico, English Class, St. Charles Missouri US.


CONTACT:  October 2009



I would like to say that, when I do run across the “Believer’s in Atheism,” that there is a quality- of this particular group of “Believer’s,” that is a “truisms,” and that being, that in their early lives, they have been affected seriously by a very emotional negative impact, by various others, in other types of “Believer’s Groups.”

These effects, normally centered first, within the immediate family structure, or, either outward, to include one’s social circles.

This particular, “Believer’s Atheist Group,” has intense hostile feelings towards any perceived spiritual structure.

All though,- these demonstrated feelings, are, in fact, those of insecurity, and their own low self esteem,- their feelings are generally well hidden; by an intense, and rigorous educational platform.

Normally these, “Believers Atheist Groups,” are very bright, and articulate, having taken on form’s of Narcissism. 

Nevertheless, in a closer evaluation of those, within this “Believer’s Atheist Group,” the common denominator is, “un-forgiveness, to those that have wounded their spirit,” and therefore, they have never had the opportunity to realize a totally different type of life’s experience.

Those within this “Atheist Believer’s People’s Group,” for the most part, are blinded from actual reality.

Their life’s experience to date, has been to cover, and masked, the deep emotional pain, that they have now come to live with, as being normal.


Intelligence, indeed, let’s get a clearer understanding of this word.


    Intelligence NOUN:

    The capacity to acquire and apply knowledge.

    The faculty of thought and reason.

    Superior powers of mind.

    Mind NOUN:

    The human consciousness that originates in the brain and is manifested especially in thought, perception, emotion, will, memory, and imagination.

    The collective conscious and unconscious processes in a sentient organism that direct and influence mental and physical behavior.

    The principle of intelligence; the spirit of consciousness regarded as an aspect of reality.

    The faculty of thinking, reasoning, and applying knowledge: Follow your mind, not your heart.

    A person of great mental ability: the great minds of the century.

    Individual consciousness, memory, or recollection: I’ll bear the problem in mind.

    A person or group that embodies certain mental qualities: the medical mind; the public mind.

    The thought processes characteristic of a person or group; psychological makeup: the criminal mind.

    Opinion or sentiment: He changed his mind when he heard all the facts.

    Desire or inclination: She had a mind to spend her vacation in the desert.

    Focus of thought; attention: I can’t keep my mind on work.


    Norman:  A Believer,If we could, let’s now look at the word believe.” (transitive and intransitive forms given.)

    “Believer’s Groups”, “Believer’s in Atheism,” etc.


      be·lieve VERB:be·lieved , be·liev·ing , e·lieves

      To accept as true or real: Do you believe the news stories?

      To credit with veracity: I believe you.

      To expect or suppose; think: I believe they will arrive shortly.

      To have firm faith, especially religious faith.

      To have faith, confidence, or trust: I believe in your ability to solve the problem.

      To have confidence in the truth or value of something: We believe in free speech.

      To have an opinion; think: They have already left, I believe.


                      believe (one’s) ears

                      To trust what one has heard.

                      believe (one’s) eyes

                      To trust what one has seen believe

  1. To regard (something) as true or real: accept.

  2. To have confidence in the truthfulness of: credit, trust. Idiom: take at one’s word.

  3. To have an opinion: consider, deem, hold, opine, think. Informal: figure, judge.

  4. To view in a certain way: feel, hold, sense, think.

  5. To regard in an appraising way: repute, suppose, think. See beliefphrasal verb believe in To place trust or confidence in: bank on or upon , count on or upon , depend on or upon , reckon on or upon , rely on or upon , trust (in). See trust.



    Norman: Now let’s look at this word “Barbarian…” with it’s definitions.

  6. savage: a member of an uncivilized people

  7. peasant: a crude uncouth ill-bred person lacking culture or refinement

  8. without civilizing influences; "barbarian invaders"; "barbaric practices"; "a savage people"; "fighting is crude and uncivilized especially if the …

  10. According ling, man’s beginning’s -as recorded,- he was in good standing with God.

  11. Man’s intelligence is demonstrated with his phenomenal language demonstration, has he name’s the animals there with and around him.

    Man’s disobedience to God brought sin unto all. God, did therefore say, that He would bring forth one, that will totally crush this power that resides within all. This in fact, is called “Sin.” This, “sin”  within all men, is this uncontrollable stubbornness against God. 

  12. Sin simply define is: “that which is born within man, this uncontrollable stubbornness against God.”

  13. Those that follow after Adam, and that have chosen to honored God and his promises, these beginning civilized voices, and then their subsequent roots, that have sprung forth, have brought to the world’s knowledge, the basic building blocks of civilized society, that being of “morality and justice.”

  14. These are the platforms,-available to the world- and those of which each civilized society has reached into, and furthermore, have brought into their perspective group, these,  “morality and justice,” are essential in order to have a peaceful co-existence with others. 

  15. Accordingly, through these very basics ideals and concepts, from the now “Current Christians Bible Of Both The Old And New Testament,” that today’s global laws on issues: such as human rights, and equality, including even those, that at time seem for remove from their biblical roots, those including the sanctity of life’s underpinnings’.

  16. The green technologies, eco friendly solution, to complex environmental problems, along with there solutions, are readily available with in the confines, of the God’s original ideals for man and his existence on planet earth.


    The recorded history of “Man,” is well documented.

  18. Those that decidedly and rebelliously left from God’s care, birthed a created race of uncivilized people, commonly understood as history’s “Barbarians.”

  19. Theses Barbaric groups slaughtered, murdered, pillage mankind, their eventual scourge was liked unto to a cancer, that slowly and inevitable touched all four corners of the earth.

  20. The uncouth, uncivilized barbaric history, is quite revealing, there is a mantras of names concealing their their true intents.

  21. However, from an intensive historical perspective, it is evident, that their core value- their catalyst, that which continually propels them forward into each succeeding generation, either through family, or social national ties, is their criminal insanity, to the objection to the God of the Christian Bible.

  22. To repeat an earlier statement. Man’s disobedience to God brought sin unto all. God did therefore say that He would bring forth one, that, would  totally crush this power that resides within all, this sin, which is within, in fact, it is man’s sin,- which is this uncontrollable stubbornness against God, 

  23. Consequently though, the barbaric slaughters  centered around God fearing people, and in time this was addressed.

  24. Nevertheless, as time and history past, the followers of God, fell to the all to common level as the barbarians themselves. Generational Holy wars move into history pages.

  25. These groups, the barbarians and the so-called Christians where in the same arena of abuse, murdered, and rampage against all and any, with opposing views.

  26. These so- called “Christians Groups” where only using the name of Christianity, for in fact, their demonstrated action align them with the very group that they opposed the “Barbarians.”  

    The ongoing evolution of gained knowledge there is clearly a linked, to the understanding of God’s relationship to man.

  27. This is the crucible, -of the warring factions,- the Barbarians, Christians along with all other religious groups, that have

  28. spilled into history’s pages.

  29. Those that have in fact, adhere to a loving and caring God, proved to be the force within all civilized society, of every generation.

  30. The recognition of God, either by His direct intervention within man’s daily lives, commonly referred to as, “Divine Province,” or from the Deist view of God, of a God that does not intervene.

    Man capitulating to God, is the historic foundation of civilized man, through all known genre of knowledge known to man.

    Heretofore, the existence of the barbarians, and their segregated, anti God views, are also well documented.

    The “barbarian,” of today, are those that are diligently trying to rewrite all of history, to their own narrowly defined agenda, which is clear, for all to see, “THEY ARE GODLESS ARTICLES.” 

    L.A.M. Norman Oetker Missionary "The Light Amidst the Mong" Hmong Thailand, Reynosa Mexico, English Class, St. Charles Missouri US.

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