Don’t ever buy into their claims that they don’t believe in God

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Don’t ever ever buy into their claims that they are atheists.They are militant anti-theists and there is a huge difference.Although viewing themselves as “free thinkers”, they all have a Party Line they follow rather closely.But the militant atheists -the ones who have devoted their lives to refuting Christianity- are almost like the demons …who believe more firmly in God’s existencethan do Christians !It can unequivocally be stated that militant atheists are some of the people who most solidly believe in God !Ain’t talking ‘practical atheists’ here …those who don’t even think much about atheism. They’re the true atheists.Professional atheists who’ve dedicated themselves to eradicating the Lord do so because they hate Him.They’re the God-haters.To which they’ll invariably reply: ‘How can we hate something we don’t believe in ?’.Exactly ! It’s their belief in God which drives them to relentlessly attack Him. Run of the mill, everyday ‘practical atheists’ don’tgive God a second thought. They’re the ones I worry about.Whereas militant atheists are fighting against the innate knowledge of suppressed in their hearts.As a militant atheist I can unequivocally state that there is no time in your life that you totally disbelieved in God. And -in fact- were driven to work against the Lord by belief in Him !It isn’t that militant atheists don’t believe God exists.Instead: That they don’t want God to exist.So when debating don’t ever buy into their *how can we believe in a sky pixie* claim because they most certainly do though they will never admit it.They have a fire and hatred in their hearts for God and that is what brings them into religious newsgroups on a regular basis.They want to destroy your faith like they have destroyed their own.

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7 Comments on “Don’t ever buy into their claims that they don’t believe in God”

  1. Shane McDonnell Says:

    We militant atheists have no bad feelings about your imaginary father. We have a problem with your real religion. Although your “god” does not really exist, your religion really does exist and it is a contagious virus that needs a vaccine. The vaccine we belive is logic and reason. If we look at all things rationally we will see that no religion and their supernatural claims can make since.


  2. LOL….love the lower cased “God”.
    Of course you don’t hate God of course….snickers…..
    Read my Don Quioxte syndrome article for a refresher course on how to convince people that you don’t hate your God.
    Read it for a good look at what you God Haters are all about.
    Simplicity is the fever of logic.

  3. Lithp Says:

    The way he put “god” in lower case was gramatically correct, as it was being used as a synonym for the word “deity,” not as a replacement for the name “Yahweh.”

  4. Lithp Says:

    I might also add, “Yes, brillaint. All the atheists are lying, but you know exactly what they think. In other news, Christians love Satan & hate God. Don’t let them tell you any differently.” In fact, I think I just did.

    Atheists are blind is all that I am saying…………. many willfully and many unintentionally. Atheists tend to also think they are the only critical thinkers. Newsflash| there are a hell of alot of theists light years smarter than Dawkins, and the worlds most renowned secular authors that believe in a God.

    • Lithp Says:

      That is in no way all you are saying. Did you hit your head, or something?

      No one said theists COULDN’T be critical thinkers. What you said was that atheism came from Satan, no one “really” didn’t believe, & all manner of ad homs, emotional appeals, & the like.

      For someone who’s accusing us of making sweeping generalizations, you made a huge one right here:

      “Atheists are blind.”
      Newsflash: There ARE atheists who are critical thinkers. Many of them have posted on this site & have been rebuffed with insults & idiocy.

      Satans greatest gift is to be denied by those that he exists. Plain and simple. It has no Earthly origin and all of your bickering cannot change that one simple demonstratable fact. Atheists are willfully blind, and choose that worldview to avoid having to answer to a higher authority and continue living in sin. I have met very few practical atheists in my lifetime and they are a rare phenomena. Almost all are willfully ignorant of God. Yes some are critical thinkers, but are rather tragic figures. Atheists live in a tiny little box that they use to protect themselves and their theory, and cant look outside it and are closed minded. It really is not about science at all, its about not allowing god to be a part of anything because if there’s a God they’ll be accountable for their actions. The arrogance and the misery they live in scares them to death.

  5. Kelly Says:

    From my fav website…

    Deep Down Inside: How to Tender a Compelling Argument

    If you’re an atheist you’ve most certainly had the “deep down inside” tactic thrown your way. While it’s occasionally a last-ditch argument when all else fails, most commonly it’s the only weapon in the arsenal of an ill-equipped (or lazy) evangelizing Christian.

    Having no meat on its bone, this stunning example of ineffectual and transparent Christian logic falls into the same category as that classic third grade schoolyard comeback, “I know what you are, but what am I?”

    This is how it works. Your existence as an atheist comes with the assumption that god doesn’t exist and the implication that having such silly beliefs borders on clinical delusion.

    Being so religiously insecure and incapable of walking away basking in their own perceived truth yet having no ability or fortitude to wage any kind of meaningful, lucid, or logically coherent defense of their belief, they respond with the most flaccid of retorts:

    “I think that deep down inside you know that god exists but…”

    Choose one (or more) of the following:

    * you don’t want to be held accountable to him.
    * you’re afraid of what you don’t understand.
    * you’re afraid of looking silly.

    Wow. I mean, with logic like this how could they possibly be wrong?

    Okay, so it’s clear that this is just a textbook knee-jerk response to the implication (if not expressly stated position) that they’re delusional. Yes, I know what you are but what am I?

    But just to get a reaction and enjoy a few minutes of gleeful, childish antagonism, my turn-table response is as follows:

    “I think that deep down inside you know that god doesn’t exists but…”

    Choose all of the following:

    * you don’t want to be held personally accountable for your mistakes and inadequacies.
    * you’re afraid of what you don’t understand.
    * you’re afraid of looking silly before your god-believing friends and family.

    And furthermore:

    * you’re too much of a coward to live your life with unanswered questions.
    * you’re too much of a coward to accept that there’s no “master plan” or purpose to life.
    * you’re too much of a coward to accept the finality of life.
    * you’re too much of a coward to live your life knowing that when they die you will NEVER see your loved ones again — not in this life or the next.

    Anytime you hear the “deep down inside” response know that the only enlightenment revealed is the religious insecurity that lives […wait for it…] “deep down inside.”

    • Lithp Says:

      I’ll save the webmaster some time:

      Kelly, you are clearly a depressed, angry person who thinks that life is worthless, is probably suicidal, yadayadayada.

      I’d like to see that website.


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