Militant atheists pretty much all work from the same script.
Although viewing themselves as “free thinkers”, they all have a Party
Line they follow rather closely.
It isn’t difficult to anticipate their arguments on any
given point. Most intelligent religious individuals almost always can
correctly predict what
you’ll say next.Interestingly, militant atheists get much of their
beliefs about “Christianity” from liberal Christians.
They’ll pejoratively label all Christians as “Fundies”,
then presumptively attack liberal theological concepts
they suppose us “Fundies” subscribe to !
Nearly all militant atheists are followers of the
religion of Scientism. Their priests wear white lab
coats. Their sacramental objects are the microscope,
the telescope, and the test tube. Blasphemy is to
deny the ultimate authority of science.
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 existence
than 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
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’t
give 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 their lives that they
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.
This is a piece written by paolojoejingy on Tuesday Nov 7th, probably in response to us since that E-mail to many members was issued on Nov 6th. I was just about to write back to him on his google group thread when I thought that it may be better to use a unified position to help refute his claims. There are ample examples of fallacious reasoning such as argumentum ad hominem but I am afraid that I will not represent the full range of views and issues that atheism and it’s variants entails. I would really like to see if we all really do have a “party line” in terms of our beliefs. So please comment with your response to our friend, just a focused bit on whatever aspect you think is perceived as wrong and is stereotypical. I will compile it into a unified piece (or not if you want) and present it for him and others who have issues with our present pattern of thought. Note that I will not edit any of your individual responses and will simply list who wrote the response unless it is created in bad taste and written just as an offensive attack. Attack the idea, not the person (sounds very similar to “hate the sin, not the sinner”). We can then use this piece as kinda a standardized response to many attacks on SEB and the like and not have to repeat the same lines over and over again (even thought we may love to anyway). Please I ask of your input. If none is given, I will move on my own but I thought it would be nice to cover all angles here. I am looking practically for a thesis defense here, if you know what I mean. Thank you for your time and consideration, it will not be wasted.