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The Irony of Atheism

November 19, 2013 | 2 Comments

Atheism isn’t a smart ideology, but an ignorant one.

Atheism boils down to a belief that there is no God, yet they get angry at others who believe in a God. It bothers them. Why get angry at something that you do not believe exists? I’m sure there are some atheists that don’t give a care in the world to it. I’m not speaking about them. I speak about those who are adamant about it. They brag about it and want to debate you. They obsess over it.

Athesist Debater

I’ve even seen that apparently they are starting to start congregating to have some sort of “mega-church” service. Say what? Do they realize how ironic that is?

We live in a world where it is becoming more and more hostile to be religious and congregate, but to be irreligious and congregate is seen as normal. Oh, the irony.

But, remember, we are still called to Evangelize them. Interestingly enough, they seem to like Pope Francis. Interesting times indeed.

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  1. I’ve often had the same thought; if they think we’re idiots, why not just ignore us and move on? To me, it smacks of growing up Catholic, knowing nothing of Protestant religions (or hearing anything about them), and then realizing that, meanwhile, the Protestant kids have heard Catholic bashing all their lives. We practically had eggs thrown at us when we (the Catholic kids from the parochial school), came over to the public school. Very strange phenomenon.

    Do you think it’s something like, deep down they know they’re wrong, and so they need to belittle those who may expose the truth to them?

    • Since we are all created by God, deep down, we have that longing for Him. They do not want to follow Him, so, in order to justify it, they have to belittle them. Its more or less that they are insecure with their beliefs.

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