Rev. Austin Miles, a chaplain in Northern California is a writer and historian. He is the author of Santa's Surprising Origins, a story that received worldwide circulation and resulted in him being cast in the 2004 Hallmark Christmas Movie titled, Single Santa Seeks Mrs. Claus. He played the mall Santa who magically received the gift of sign language.

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Tuesday, April 1, 2014

MilesTones • Greatest April Fool’s Day Caper Ever

BERKELEY,California April 1,2014—Driving into Berkeley today, my car kept veering to the left, eventually placing me at U.C. Berkeley.

The last time I had been here was when invited to an event which turned out to be a set-up debate between me and an atheist group. A class of Catholic school students were present to see me demolished, and God’s non-existence proved. At least that was the plan. It did not turn out that way. The Catholic students cheered and afterwards, angry words were exchanged amongst the promoters of the event. I’ve never been invited back. Pity.

The town Berkeley was founded on April Fool’s Day! Yep, now it’s out in the open, the biggest April Fool’s Day joke ever on the world. What is more, the actual founder was George Berkeley, a bishop from England (a Christian!) who had visited this country including California, wrote a poem about it that inspired the town and university campus to be named after him which took place on March 23, 1868 and publicly filed April 1st.

The Bishop’s name, Berkeley is pronounced, BAR-CLAY, in England from whence he came. It was re-pronounced, Berkeley, here.

Note the irony of this:  Berkeley and U.C. Berkeley, housing the most liberal and anti-Christian people on earth, was founded by and named after a Christian Bishop and on April Fool’s Day, which indicates that the whole thing is a hoax on both the world and on the U.C. Berkeley campus.

According to the philosopher Rene’Descartes, “We must doubt all things,” and that we can only arrive at sure knowledge by the systematic application of doubt to one’s beliefs.” The thinker then added, “Je pense, domic, je sis, cogito ergo sum!”(for I studied Latin in high school), meaning, “I think, therefore I am.”

So one can only be—IF—he or she thinks. Otherwise, you are not. Some time ago, a master-mind in a U.C. Berkeley Art Class, brought in a live chicken and brutally and cruelly slaughtered it as an art statement that we should not look at chickens as something good from Kentucky Fried Chicken but to realize the suffering the animal goes through to give us that chicken dinner. I kid you not. So to protest that cruelty to animals, this genius cruelly kills that chicken in front of the class. Brilliant.

This proves that the students and professors at U.C. Berkeley do not think! And according to Descartes, ONLY A THINKING PERSON CAN EXIST. Even more nails to the coffin are hammered in by the founder, Bishop Berkeley, who is also a philosopher who posits that “Whatever that one does not perceive does not exist.” So Berkeley has proved that they are not because they do not think, therefore we cannot even perceive that the town and university is actually here. So technically, Berkeley has never been.

EUREKA! Berkeley or anybody in it does not exist at all !! We have all been had with the greatest April Fool hoax ever pulled. Knowing these truths will make this April Fool’s Day much more interestinger (new word courtesy of MilesTones.)

Now trying to get my car to steer right so I can get out of this place but it keeps leaning to the left. Happy April Fool’s Day, the holiday for atheists, based on the Scriptures which tell us, “The fool hath said in his heart, There is no God.”  Psalm 14:1

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