The awful disease of atheism


>>>>>GREETINGS CLASS>>>>Today we shall spend time in ward “man is manmade.” You will correctly guess by the name of this ward that there is something seriously spiritually awry with the patients in it. You will note that all of the patients appear to be educated, but they have the fatal disease of atheism. They were raised with that awful disease.
Now before we enter this ward, make sure you wear you rubber gloves, aprons, masks and glasses. Now notice the pitiful condition of the eyes of every one of the patients. Notice the awful stench of the green and yellow pus running from their eyes. The awful disease of atheism has done that to them. Do you see the awful condition of that patient over there? His name is PapaSam. Look at that patient besides him, his name is Peter. Oh Look there! Her name is Joette.
Now what I want each of you to do for the rest of the period is adopt a patient, and I want you to work one-on-one with them to observe their awful conditions. Student #10, why are you crying? “I don’t understand TEACHER. What terrible effects atheism has had on the patient I adopted! Should a blind man ask for evidence of the existence of that which he cannot see. What if that which he cannot see cannot be monitored by any faculty except sight and proof cannot be given to him otherwise? Should he conclude that those things do not exist simply because he cannot himself see them? When those things are described to him by people who can see, should he regard their descriptions as fairy tales? Atheism has totally deceived him. Doesn’t he understand that a blind man must accept a lot of things by faith simply because he cannot see them and he may not be able to monitor them otherwise?”
Student #10, he will never understand that unless he is cured of atheism. What you have described is one of the awful effects of the disease of atheism. You will not be able to effect a cure yourself. Not even education can effect a cure. Education only compounds the problem as you can see. Only God, the One atheism causes them to reject can effect a cure if He is pleased to do so.

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One Comment on “The awful disease of atheism”

  1. Peter A. Says:

    ‘Only God, the One atheism causes them to reject can effect a cure if He is pleased to do so.’

    Really? Which ‘God’ may I ask? No wait, don’t tell me – the ‘God’ of the Bible? Is that the correct answer?

    This article is completely ridiculous and offensive. ‘Atheism’ isn’t a disease, it is a philosophical position taken by many regarding the question of whether or not the myriad gods of the many religions that exist, and have existed in the past, have – or had – any validity. (It turns out that they don’t and didn’t, by the way).

    The analogy of the blind man not believing in what he cannot see and erroneously concluding that therefore what he cannot see cannot therefore be real, is (to put it politely) asinine. It is a silly argument because even though he cannot directly experience the sensation of – one example, colour – he can certainly understand the underlying reasons behind such a phenomenon (i.e. electromagnetism). I cannot detect X-rays. I am ‘blind’ to them. Should I therefore conclude they are not real? Would it be reasonable to do so? I think not.

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