Don’t believe that atheists exist.

Don’t believe that atheists exist. The definition of an atheist is “one who denies the existence of God.” Those who deny the inner light that God has given to every man are nothing less than fools, who so love their sin that they deny God-given reason—thinking that gives them license to indulge in sin (see Psa. 14:1). Since God has given mankind sufficient proof so that we are all without excuse, an atheist is a person who pretends there is no God.

“It amazes me to find an intelligent person who fights against something which he does not at all believe exists.” Gandhi 

Job 12:7 “But now ask the beasts, and they will teach you; And the birds of the air, and they will tell you;8 Or speak to the earth, and it will teach you; And the fish of the sea will explain to you.9 Who among all these does not know That the hand of the Lord has done this…

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2 Responses to Don’t believe that atheists exist.

  1. Owen says:

    Theists are people who pretend to know that invisible, non-material, intelligent beings exist, but when asked for proof, theists say the only way to know this is on faith. In other words, we are expected to pretend to know it (= lie), and if we do not, we will be excluded by theists and tortured or at least cut off eternally at the direction of their invisible friend. Is theism a system that values truth? Is it an ethical system? Not so much.

  2. Owen says:

    How exactly does an alligator that drowns a small child or a python that swallows a small middle-aged lady tell you that the Israelite war god (Yahweh) is real? How does a planet with tsunamis, tornadoes, hurricanes, earthquakes and animal-borne diseases that kill millions of people tell you there’s an all-loving invisible being watching over and protecting us?

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