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Atheism And Terrorism; Annihilation in The Quest For Atheistic Domination by winner01(m): 10:51am On Mar 14, 2016
Many atheists claim that religion is evil and, as such, cannot be from God. It is often argued by humanists and atheists that religion has been responsible for most of the suffering caused by war in human history. It is often argued specifically that religious violence proves God does not exist. It is true that there are many examples of evil committed in the name of Christianity. In the past, those who disagreed with "official" church doctrine, such as Galileo were persecuted or killed. Many other Christians were brought before the Inquisition because they were teaching from the Bible instead of from "officially sanctioned" Roman Catholic Church materials. In addition, the Crusades resulted in "holy" wars between "Christians," Jews, and Moslems. In more modern times, wars have been fought between Catholics and Protestants in Northern Ireland and between Jews and Arabs in the Middle East e.t.c.

Atheists are quick to point out that throughout history large numbers of people were killed in the name of Religion; but they fail to mention the countless millions who were killed by militant atheist-Communists leaders who worshipped themselves and were driven by a hatred for God and Religion.


Gregory Koukl wrote that "the assertion is that religion has caused most of the killing and bloodshed in the world. There are people who make accusations and assertions that are empirically false. This is one of them." Koukl details the number of people killed in various events involving theism and compares them to the much higher tens of millions of people killed under atheistic communist regimes, in which militant atheism served as the official doctrine of the state.

It is estimated that in the past 100 years, governments under the banner of atheistic communism have caused the death of somewhere between 158,368,610 to 259,432,000 human lives. Dr. R. J. Rummel, professor emeritus of political science at the University of Hawaii, is the scholar who first coined the term democide (death by government). Dr. R. J. Rummel's mid estimate regarding the loss of life due to communism is that atheistic communism caused the death of approximately 110,286,000 people between 1917 and 1987.

Theodore Beale notes concerning atheism and mass murder:
[b]Apparently it was just an amazing coincidence that every Communist of historical note publicly declared his atheism … .there have been twenty-eight countries in world history that can be confirmed to have been ruled by regimes with avowed atheists at the helm … These twenty-eight historical regimes have been ruled by eighty-nine atheists, of whom more than half have engaged in democidal acts of the sort committed by Stalin and Mao …

The total body count for the ninety years between 1917 and 2007 is approximately 158 million dead at the bloody hands of fifty-two atheists, three times more than all the human beings killed by war, civil war, and individual crime in the entire twentieth century combined.

The historical record of collective atheism is thus 182,716 times worse on an annual basis than Christianity’s worst and most infamous misdeed, the Spanish Inquisition. It is not only Stalin and Mao who were so murderously inclined, they were merely the worst of the whole Hell-bound lot. For every Pol Pot whose infamous name is still spoken with horror today, there was a Mengistu, a Bierut, and a Choibalsan, godless men whose names are now forgotten everywhere but in the lands they once ruled with a red hand.

Is a 58 percent chance that an atheist leader will murder a noticeable percentage of the population over which he rules sufficient evidence that atheism does, in fact, provide a systematic influence to do bad things? If that is not deemed to be conclusive, how about the fact that the average atheist crime against humanity is 18.3 million percent worse than the very worst depredation committed by Christians, even though atheists have had less than one-twentieth the number of opportunities with which to commit them. If one considers the statistically significant size of the historical atheist set and contrasts it with the fact that not one in a thousand religious leaders have committed similarly large-scale atrocities, it is impossible to conclude otherwise, even if we do not yet understand exactly why this should be the case. Once might be an accident, even twice could be coincidence, but fifty-two incidents in ninety years reeks of causation![/b]


Lets quickly look at some Pre-20th century and also 20th century Decmocide facts.
NOTE: This table brings together all religious affiliated crimes and defines them as Religious".





What percentage of these killings were due to religious democide? It is less than 3% of the totals. Well, lets go further to the 20th century.





Ref: STATISTICS OF DEMOCIDE.



Vox Day lists 22 atheistic regimes that committed 153,368,610 murders in the 20th century alone:





A name worthy of mention is Mao Ze-Dong (China, 1958-61 and 1966-69, Tibet 1949-50) 69-78,000,000 people murdered

Still, the total religious killings is less than 2%. In fact, the top two killers were specifically atheistic states (which had never existed before in human history).


Atheists such as Richard Dawkins have been interviewed on national stations. During an interview, he was asked to justify the evils perpetrated on tens of millions by just one atheist leader, Stalin. The atheist’s response was that the connection between Stalin’s atheism and his great crimes is unfounded. Stalin, he said, had mustaches; could you not use the same logic, he added, and conclude that he killed people because he had mustaches?

The atheist’s response is foolish to such a magnitude that it is not really deserving deserving of an answer.

It is however important to investigate the causal links between mass murder and atheism. Atheism, lack belief in God, have the following characteristics that can lend itself to mass murder and can explain why the greatest mass murderers were atheists.

-Lack of recognition of an ultimate judge of moral actions and a judge who sets injustice aright in a last judgement, and thus do not recognize the immorality of murder.
-Lack of seeing the importance of human beings as images of God and so easily discarding them as merely material things, products of mere chance.
-Lack of acknowledging an external standard of moral perfection, thus ending up with self-created standards which can include killing for political survival.
-Absence of guidance by divine revelation of the moral law, such as "Thou shalt not kill".
-Following an ethic of atheistic evolutionism that is based on the survival and victory of the fittest, which is ultimately a bloodthirsty ethic—an ethic that is eager to kill and to maim. This ethic is about conquering others rather than self-conquest.
-The intolerance of many atheists.


Theodore Beale therefore noted about atheism and mass murder:
“...it does, however, cast serious doubt on the common atheist assertion that a godless society will be a peaceful one. The significant question has never been if atheism causes political leaders to kill in large quantities, it is why political leaders who happen to be atheist have been inordinately inclined to kill in large quantities.


Theist author, Dinesh D'Souza, eloquently expresses similar concerns in the following quote:
The crimes of atheism have generally been perpetrated through a hubristic ideology that sees man, not God, as the creator of values. Using the latest techniques of science and technology, man seeks to displace God and create a secular utopia here on earth. Of course if some people - the Jews, the landowners, the unfit, or the handicapped - have to be eliminated in order to achieve this utopia, this is a price the atheist tyrants and their apologists have shown themselves quite willing to pay. Thus they confirm the truth of Fyodor Dostoyevsky's dictum, "If God is not, then everything is permitted.



Concerning the less than 1% crimes committed in the name of Christianity. Jesus Christ particularly spoke about LAWLESSNESS in Matthew 7:22-23 "Many will say to Me on that day, 'Lord, Lord, did we not prophesy in Your name, and in Your name cast out demons, and in Your name perform many miracles?' And then I will declare to them, 'I never knew you; DEPART FROM ME, YOU WHO PRACTICE LAWLESSNESS.'"

In conclusion, it is [size=17pt]important to Note[/size] that. The above analysis regards Adolf Hitler as a christian and classifies his crimes as religious even though he proclaimed his atheistic worldview later in his life. Just like some other atheists, he was born a catholic and therefore has some christian quotes to his name. But I would rather you observe some of his quotes carefully:

[b]In June 1941, Hitler ordered an invasion of the Soviet Union. And on 12th July, 1941, he gave the following quote

"National Socialism and religion cannot exist together....
"The heaviest blow that ever struck humanity was the coming of Christianity. Bolshevism is Christianity's illegitimate child. Both are inventions of the Jew. The deliberate lie in the matter of religion was introduced into the world by Christianity....
"Let it not be said that Christianity brought man the life of the soul, for that evolution was in the natural order of things." (p 6 & 7)

On 10th October, 1941, he said:

"Christianity is a rebellion against natural law, a protest against nature. Taken to its logical extreme, Christianity would mean the systematic cultivation of the human failure." (p 43)

on 14th October, 1941, he said

"The best thing is to let Christianity die a natural death.... When understanding of the universe has become widespread... Christian doctrine will be convicted of absurdity....
"Christianity has reached the peak of absurdity.... And that's why someday its structure will collapse....
"...the only way to get rid of Christianity is to allow it to die little by little....
"Christianity is the liar....
"We'll see to it that the Churches cannot spread abroad teachings in conflict with the interests of the State." (p 49-52) Hitlers' Table Talks.


On October 19th, 1941
"The reason why the ancient world was so pure, light and serene was that it knew nothing of the two great scourges, the pox and christianity"- Table talks"

December 13th of the same year, he said "When all is said and done, we have no reason to wish that the Italians and Spaniards should free themselves from the drug of Christianity. Let's be the only people who are immunized against the disease."[/b]


Hitler had a terrible mentality and ideology later on in his life, and this led to the murder of about 12,000,000 people.


This piece is just for your information and not a confrontation to any. The World History has been filled with so much bloodshed, and today is not the day to carry on that tradition.

God bless you.


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Re: Atheism And Terrorism; Annihilation in The Quest For Atheistic Domination by HCpaul(m): 10:57am On Mar 14, 2016
Check the root of all the so called atheists that we have here on Nairaland and you will realize that they are not atheist but backsliders from the christian faith.

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Re: Atheism And Terrorism; Annihilation in The Quest For Atheistic Domination by winner01(m): 11:02am On Mar 14, 2016
One of the most well known cases of mass murder during the French Revolution (inspired by the works of Diderot, Voltaire, Sade, and Rousseau, and managed to commit similar persecutions and exterminations of religious people and promote secularism and militant atheism) was the genocide at Vendée, which has yet to be officially recognized as genocide. Some estimates indicated that Robespierre and the Jacobins planned to massacre well over 15,000,000 Frenchmen, and that he also intended to commit genocide against the Alsace region of France due to their German-speaking populace. Besides the guillotine, the French Revolution also resulted in various other deaths, including trampling children with horses, burning people in ovens, "Republican Marriages" (which involved stripping people Unclad, tying them together to a log in a suggestive fashion, and then putting them into the water to drown. In the event that there wasn't enough people of both sexes, they also resorted to "tying the knot" in a homosexual manner), cutting recently-raped girls in half after tying them to a tree, crushing pregnant women under wine pressers, cutting up pregnant women and using bayonets to stab the fetus inside before leaving her to die, "catching" infants thrown from a balcony with their bayonets, and using shotguns to ensure people bled out to death.

The aforementioned actions during the French Revolution, especially the Reign of Terror in 1793, would also inspire Karl Marx with the Communist manifesto, specifically telling Frederick Engels in correspondences to each other: “There is only one way of shortening, simplifying, and concentrating the bloodthirsty death-throes of the old society and the bloody birth pangs of the new—revolutionary terror. . . . [...] Once we are at the helm, we shall be obliged to reenact the year 1793. [...] We are pitiless and we ask no pity from you. When our time comes, we shall not conceal terrorism with hypocritical phrases. . . The vengeance of the people will break forth with such ferocity that not even the year 1793 enables us to envisage it...”

Koukl summarized by stating: "It is true that it's possible that religion can produce evil, and generally when we look closer at the detail it produces evil because the individual people are actually living in a rejection of the tenets of Christianity and a rejection of the God that they are supposed to be following. So it can produce it, but the historical fact is that outright rejection of God and institutionalizing of atheism actually does produce evil on incredible levels. We're talking about tens of millions of people as a result of the rejection of God".


Nobel Prize winner Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn was asked to account for the great tragedies that occurred under the brutal communist regime he and fellow citizens suffered under.

Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn offered the following explanation:
“ Over a half century ago, while I was still a child, I recall hearing a number of old people offer the following explanation for the great disasters that had befallen Russia: 'Men have forgotten God; that's why all this has happened.'

Since then I have spend well-nigh 50 years working on the history of our revolution; in the process I have read hundreds of books, collected hundreds of personal testimonies, and have already contributed eight volumes of my own toward the effort of clearing away the rubble left by that upheaval. But if I were asked today to formulate as concisely as possible the main cause of the ruinous revolution that swallowed up some 60 million of our people, I could not put it more accurately than to repeat: 'Men have forgotten God; that's why all this has happened.'



Atheist Communist leaders were motivated by a strong desire to impose an ideological "package" over the whole world. The package included the eradication of Religion, defined by arch-atheist, Karl Marx, as “The opium of the people.” According to Marx, religion helped keep the masses passive before the abuse of the wealthy and powerful, and the only way to free them from the “stupor," God and religion had to be eradicated. Lenin embraced Marx's views and so did Stalin up to the Second World war. The enforcement of Atheism was a “critical” requirement for Communism’s success, and thus it had to be implemented at all costs. This meant oppressive measures, such as brainwashing in state schools, the closing of houses of worship and arresting countless religious leaders.


Karl Marx’s extremist followers were not in any way impeded in their blood-thirsty global quest by fear of a Higher Power. Atheism took very efficient care of this “limiting factor.” Since the end justified the means, as Machiavelli had instructed, they could do whatever was necessary to bring about a workers’ paradise. Because the opposition in some cases proved to be powerful and resilient, drastic means were used. Large numbers were killed for refusing to abandon their religious beliefs. A great many were sent to concentration camps.


Communist-atheist leaders, in their own eyes, became supreme, all-knowing, all-wise and all powerful "gods." They had total control over people’s lives and over who lived and who died. Being "gods," they asserted their evil schemes over the masses with brutality and mercilessness.

In response to Dawkins foolish answer that: "Stalin killed people because he had mustaches?", People like Stalin were interested in propagating an ideology, not a look. Nobody was persecuted in the Soviet Union for not having a mustache like Stalin, or for not wearing a uniform similar to his, or for not liking the same food, music or sports. Large numbers were persecuted and killed for practicing religion, and for being interferences to atheist-communist expansion.


Atheism, therefore, was a major factor in the murder of countless millions, during the past century. Unfortunately, militant atheism, is still driven by some of the same extremist views reminiscent of atheist-communist regimes of old. They, like their predecessors, do not hesitate to admit that they hate God, religion and that they would like to see both disappear forever.

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Re: Atheism And Terrorism; Annihilation in The Quest For Atheistic Domination by onetrack(m): 11:02am On Mar 14, 2016
None of what you wrote is going to make me believe that some god exists.

Given all of these terrible crimes, either:

a) God is evil for tolerating it
b) God does not exist
c) God is not all-powerful and therefore does not deserve worship

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Re: Atheism And Terrorism; Annihilation in The Quest For Atheistic Domination by onetrack(m): 11:03am On Mar 14, 2016
HCpaul:
Check the root of all the so called atheists that we have here on Nairaland and you will realize that they are not atheist but backsliders from the christian faith.

I went to church for 16 years, but sitting in a church doesn't make me Christian any more than sitting in a garage makes me a car.

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Re: Atheism And Terrorism; Annihilation in The Quest For Atheistic Domination by winner01(m): 11:06am On Mar 14, 2016
onetrack:
None of what you wrote is going to make me believe that some god exists.

Given all of these terrible crimes, either:

a) God is evil for tolerating it
b) God does not exist
c) God is not all-powerful and therefore does not deserve worship
Someone seems agitated undecided. I admire your determination that there be no God. But No one is here to prove anything to you friend wink

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Re: Atheism And Terrorism; Annihilation in The Quest For Atheistic Domination by sukkot: 4:12pm On Mar 14, 2016
winner01:
Many atheists claim that religion is evil and, as such, cannot be from God. It is often argued by humanists and atheists that religion has responsible for most of the suffering caused by war in human history. It is often argued specifically that religious violence proves God does not exist. It is true that there are many examples of evil committed in the name of Christianity. In the past, those who disagreed with "official" church doctrine, such as Galileo were persecuted or killed. Many other Christians were brought before the Inquisition because they were teaching from the Bible instead of from "officially sanctioned" Roman Catholic Church materials. In addition, the Crusades resulted in "holy" wars between "Christians," Jews, and Moslems. In more modern times, wars have been fought between Catholics and Protestants in Northern Ireland and between Jews and Arabs in the Middle East e.t.c.
."[/b][/i]

Hitler had a terrible mentality and ideology later on in his life, and this led to the murder of about 12,000,000 people.


This piece is just for your information and not a confrontation to any. The World History has been filled with so much bloodshed, and today is not the day to carry on that tradition.

God bless you.


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the atheists are very correct. religion is evil and is not from God . simple answer grin grin

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Re: Atheism And Terrorism; Annihilation in The Quest For Atheistic Domination by winner01(m): 4:29pm On Mar 14, 2016
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Re: Atheism And Terrorism; Annihilation in The Quest For Atheistic Domination by KingEbukaNaija: 4:35pm On Mar 14, 2016
The wickedness that exudes from atheists . North Korea's president Kim Jong-Ung and his wickedness

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Re: Atheism And Terrorism; Annihilation in The Quest For Atheistic Domination by Weah96: 4:38pm On Mar 14, 2016
KingEbukaNaija:
The wickedness that exudes from atheists . North Korea's president Kim Jong-Ung and his wickedness

North Koreans are not atheists. They just worship their own god.

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Re: Atheism And Terrorism; Annihilation in The Quest For Atheistic Domination by KingEbukaNaija: 5:15pm On Mar 14, 2016
Weah96:


North Koreans are not atheists. They just worship their own god.

lipsrsealed k

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Re: Atheism And Terrorism; Annihilation in The Quest For Atheistic Domination by winner01(m): 5:24pm On Mar 14, 2016
KingEbukaNaija:


lipsrsealed k
I think its kilmungsuism (not sure of the spelling though) - the god-like worship of oneself and the state.
Just another buttered form of atheism.

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Re: Atheism And Terrorism; Annihilation in The Quest For Atheistic Domination by KingEbukaNaija: 5:38pm On Mar 14, 2016
winner01:
I think its kilmungsuism (not sure of the spelling though) - the god-like worship of oneself and the state.
Just another buttered form of atheism.

I know of that practice but like you said its a buttered form of atheism . But honestly , I dont even think its actually practiced because they are officially an atheist state - they do not condone the freedom of religion and the megalomaniacal leader thinks he is some god who has to be worshiped by his people

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Re: Atheism And Terrorism; Annihilation in The Quest For Atheistic Domination by HCpaul(m): 6:34pm On Mar 14, 2016
onetrack:


I went to church for 16 years, but sitting in a church doesn't make me Christian any more than sitting in a garage makes me a car.
You just proved my sayings to be right.

If sitting in the church for 16 years does not make you a christian, then how did you became an atheist by simply leaving church.

I can only preach to sinners and the lost souls but not to backsliders.

In the world of christian, Atheism does'nt exist.

Is either you become a sinner or you are a saint. Their is no neutral kingdom and you cannot sit on the fence.


IF RICHARD DACKIN IS RISKING ETERNITY, YOU DON'T HAVE TO.

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Re: Atheism And Terrorism; Annihilation in The Quest For Atheistic Domination by UyiIredia(m): 7:21pm On Mar 14, 2016
Just to add: Hitler, though Christian was not being Christian when undertaking the Holicaust. What inspired Hitler and other Germans was a a belief in evolution (which atheists are guilty of). There are many articles in creationist and secular sources that discuss how Hitler was influenced by a 'survival of the fittest' mentality.

One may start I from here

https://answersingenesis.org/charles-darwin/racism/darwinism-and-the-nazi-race-holocaust/

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Re: Atheism And Terrorism; Annihilation in The Quest For Atheistic Domination by winner01(m): 7:26pm On Mar 14, 2016
UyiIredia:
Just to add: Hitler, though Christian was not being Christian when undertaking the Holicaust. What inspired Hitler and other Germans was a a belief in evolution (which atheists are guilty of). There are many articles in creationist and secular sources that discuss how Hitler was influenced by a 'survival of the fittest' mentality.

One may start I from here

https://answersingenesis.org/charles-darwin/racism/darwinism-and-the-nazi-race-holocaust/
@ bolded, it would be better to say "Hitler, though born into christianity" Cos there are no indications that he reverted back to christianity.
People like cloudgoddess and others were also born into christianity.
Re: Atheism And Terrorism; Annihilation in The Quest For Atheistic Domination by onetrack(m): 7:38pm On Mar 14, 2016
HCpaul:

You just proved my sayings to be right.

If sitting in the church for 16 years does not make you a christian, then how did you became an atheist by simply leaving church.

I can only preach to sinners and the lost souls but not to backsliders.

In the world of christian, Atheism does'nt exist.

Is either you become a sinner or you are a saint. Their is no neutral kingdom and you cannot sit on the fence.


IF RICHARD DACKIN IS RISKING ETERNITY, YOU DON'T HAVE TO.

I did not become an atheist by leaving the church, I became an atheist by lacking a belief in any god, whether it be Yahweh or Allah or Sango.

And while I don't believe in the concept of sin, clearly by your standards I am a sinner. Which is okay with me. smiley

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Re: Atheism And Terrorism; Annihilation in The Quest For Atheistic Domination by winner01(m): 8:38pm On Mar 14, 2016
onetrack:


I did not become an atheist by leaving the church, I became an atheist by lacking a belief in any god, whether it be Yahweh or Allah or Sango.

And while I don't believe in the concept of sin, clearly by your standards I am a sinner. Which is okay with me. smiley
No one is condemning or convicting you of sin.
In your own words you said "I went to church for 16 years, but sitting in a church doesn't make me Christian" implying that you never really understood what you were doing at the time.
It is okay to say you were not a christian and it is equally okay to try to know what Christianity is all about.
Re: Atheism And Terrorism; Annihilation in The Quest For Atheistic Domination by winner01(m): 8:48pm On Mar 14, 2016
Atheism has always had a tendency towards totalitarianism rather than freedom. What is so strange and odd that in spite of their outward rejection of religion and all its superstitions, they feel compelled to set up cults of personality and worship of the State and its leaders that is so totalitarian that the leaders are not satisfied with mere outward obedience; rather they insist on total mind control and control of thoughts, ideas and beliefs. They institute Gulags and "re-education" centers to indoctrinate anyone who even would dare question any action or declaration of the "Dear Leader." Even the Spanish Inquisition cannot compare to the ruthlessness and methodical efficiency of these programs conducted on so massive a scale. While proclaiming freedom to the masses, they institute the most methodical efforts to completely eliminate freedom from the people, and they do so all "on behalf" of the proletariat. A completely ordered and totally unfree totalitarian State is routinely set up in place of religion...



"Sadly, the specter of Atheistic Communism still haunts the world. In Russia, one-third of the people believe that Stalin "did more good than bad for the country," according to a recent poll. In China, thousands of dissidents are imprisoned in the slave labor camps known as the laogai. In North Korea, masses starve as the leadership threatens to unleash nuclear war. In Cuba, dissidents are routinely imprisoned for peacefully petitioning for democratic reform."

"Whatever the motives for atheist bloodthirstiness, the indisputable fact is that all the religions of the world put together have in 2,000 years not managed to kill as many people as have been killed in the name of atheism in the past few decades.

It's time to abandon the mindlessly repeated mantra that religious belief has been the greatest source of human conflict and violence. Atheism, not religion, is the real force behind the mass murders of history.”

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Re: Atheism And Terrorism; Annihilation in The Quest For Atheistic Domination by winner01(m): 8:53pm On Mar 14, 2016
KingEbukaNaija:


I know of that practice but like you said its a buttered form of atheism . But honestly , I dont even think its actually practiced because they are officially an atheist state - they do not condone the freedom of religion and the megalomaniacal leader thinks he is some god who has to be worshiped by his people
I think atheism and islam are closely related in terms of religious suppression and intolerance. Thank God for Christ.

I saw this hilarious pic somewhere. lol grin

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Re: Atheism And Terrorism; Annihilation in The Quest For Atheistic Domination by asalimpo(m): 11:11pm On Mar 14, 2016
onetrack:
None of what you wrote is going to make me believe that some god exists.

Given all of these terrible crimes, either:

a) God is evil for tolerating it
b) God does not exist
c) God is not all-powerful and therefore does not deserve worship

Or...
d) God doesnt interfere with human will (except explicitly invited)
e) The heart of Man is desperately wicked (as the bible says) and man doesnt need
education but a new heart (spirit).
f) There's a devil, who works through men.

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Re: Atheism And Terrorism; Annihilation in The Quest For Atheistic Domination by winner01(m): 12:17am On Mar 15, 2016
asalimpo:


Or...
d) God doesnt interfere with human will (except explicitly invited)
e) The heart of Man is desperately wicked (as the bible says) and man doesnt need
education but a new heart (spirit).
f) There's a devil, who works through men.
The wont reason this way.
"We are open-minded" they say.

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Re: Atheism And Terrorism; Annihilation in The Quest For Atheistic Domination by KingEbukaNaija: 12:23am On Mar 15, 2016
winner01:
I think atheism and islam are closely related in terms of religious freedom and tolerance. Thank God for Christ.

I saw this hilarious pic somewhere. lol grin

Lmao ... after which the wicked atheist president selects the scapegoat who would be fed to dogs later - that's the way he'd be executed

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Re: Atheism And Terrorism; Annihilation in The Quest For Atheistic Domination by KingEbukaNaija: 9:01am On Mar 15, 2016
onetrack:


I did not become an atheist by leaving the church, I became an atheist by lacking a belief in any god, whether it be Yahweh or Allah or Sango.

And while I don't believe in the concept of sin, clearly by your standards I am a sinner. Which is okay with me. smiley

An unbelief in God is a pathetic illogical stance . We Christians say God is the cause of the material world/universe . What do you say ? The cause is unknown but it can't be an eternal conscious creator undecided

Do you see how illogical that sounds ?

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Re: Atheism And Terrorism; Annihilation in The Quest For Atheistic Domination by onetrack(m): 5:12pm On Mar 16, 2016
KingEbukaNaija:


An unbelief in God is a pathetic illogical stance . We Christians say God is the cause of the material world/universe . What do you say ? The cause is unknown but it can't be an eternal conscious creator undecided

Do you see how illogical that sounds ?

I'm agnostic atheist. Meaning I don't know for sure if there is a god. But I don't know the cause of the universe, or if it was uncaused.
Re: Atheism And Terrorism; Annihilation in The Quest For Atheistic Domination by onetrack(m): 5:13pm On Mar 16, 2016
asalimpo:


Or...
d) God doesnt interfere with human will (except explicitly invited)
e) The heart of Man is desperately wicked (as the bible says) and man doesnt need
education but a new heart (spirit).
f) There's a devil, who works through men.

Possibly but I tend to say that these required at least some evidence, especially the devil bit.
Re: Atheism And Terrorism; Annihilation in The Quest For Atheistic Domination by Richirich713: 5:26pm On Mar 16, 2016
I'm not surprise atheist leaders have done so much evil.

What don't u expect, if u don't believe certain things are truly right and wrong, this happens. When u don't have a moral foundation.

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Re: Atheism And Terrorism; Annihilation in The Quest For Atheistic Domination by Teempakguy(m): 4:27am On Mar 17, 2016
I won't argue this.

There are bad Atheists. And usually, the reason why they seem bad, is because they often have a materialistic view of the world, which, over time, translates into them not appreciating it for what it is.

In truth, If you don't believe that human lives are special, you might think that it wouldn't be such a bad thing to end anyone.

But, I think one thing to note is, Atheism isn't always based on skepticism. some people are Atheists, not because they've looked at the evidence and decided themselves, some are barred from religion, some never had a religious . . . or even moral background. they are not "educated." And I think that's the problem here. the issue of Nazi's killing a race over evolution is literally the stupidest and most illiterate move ever. because the very POINT of evolution is that you need more genetic variety. if you want your race to be superior, form an ally with other races, interracial offspring are technically the most superior. because they possess the widest amount of different genes. by isolating your race, you are in a recipe for disaster.

But, anyway, this is why I will advice everyone, do NOT become an Atheist until you have properly thought it over. if become one because it's "popular." then you probably can't think for yourself and will be eventually manipulated into doing a whole lot of evil. the only entry into Atheism that I recommend is Skepticism.

I Apologize for these Atheist Villains, What they did/have done, is morally reprehensible and can never be excused. however, the Atheist community continues to thrive in peace and law-abiding. Except for the occasional assholes who will do bad things anyway. no matter their religion.

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Re: Atheism And Terrorism; Annihilation in The Quest For Atheistic Domination by winner01(m): 9:13pm On Mar 17, 2016
Teempakguy:
I won't argue this.

In truth, If you don't believe that human lives are special, you might think that it wouldn't be such a bad thing to end anyone.

If human life is a product of mere chance, coincidence or blind processes, then how is it special? undecided
How is human life different from a log of wood lying down the street since they are both results of lucky processes? undecided
Do you revere animal life like human life since they are both products of mere chance and time.
Atheism-materialism-naturalism are intertwined. "We" are all materials from a great coincidence, no reason, no purpose.
Those muderers knew this perfectly.

And its good you've learnt something from religion and society.

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Re: Atheism And Terrorism; Annihilation in The Quest For Atheistic Domination by lezz(m): 10:02pm On Mar 17, 2016
winner01:
If human life is a product of mere chance, coincidence or blind processes, then how is it special? undecided
How is human life different from a log of wood lying down the street since they are both results of lucky processes? undecided
Do you revere animal life like human life since they are both products of mere chance and time.
Atheism-materialism-naturalism are intertwined. "We" are all materials from a great coincidence, no reason, no purpose.
Those muderers knew this perfectly.

And its good you've learnt something from religion and society.

Best response ever!!!

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Re: Atheism And Terrorism; Annihilation in The Quest For Atheistic Domination by Teempakguy(m): 12:14pm On Mar 18, 2016
winner01:
If human life is a product of mere chance, coincidence or blind processes, then how is it special? undecided
How is human life different from a log of wood lying down the street since they are both results of lucky processes? undecided
Do you revere animal life like human life since they are both products of mere chance and time.
Atheism-materialism-naturalism are intertwined. "We" are all materials from a great coincidence, no reason, no purpose.
Those muderers knew this perfectly.

And its good you've learnt something from religion and society.
a human life is special because it has the capacity to give itself purpose. so, your logic goes out the door.

and while you're on that, do you mind telling me the purpose of the millions of babies your God kills per year?

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Re: Atheism And Terrorism; Annihilation in The Quest For Atheistic Domination by KingEbukasBlog(m): 11:12pm On Mar 19, 2016
Without atheism , the world would be a better place .

Embrace Christianity today !

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