The Resurrection Blog

Home » Notes » Exploring Religious Atheism

Exploring Religious Atheism

Buy Book Here

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Join 28 other followers

Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Join 28 other followers


Apart from the topic of Christian writing, I want to gently touch upon another topic that I have been dying to discuss about for months. I promise you there are plenty of reasons why I decided to write my book and exposing atheism is just one of them. While I continue to work on writing blog posts on the topic, I want to point out that my book isn’t all about mocking or decrying Atheism; rather, I intend to create ‘shock’ for the Atheist reader. While atheists might find amusement to religion in general, I tend to find this as means of opportunity to turn the tables around.

You see, as a writer and a Christian I see atheism as this type of anti-intellectual outlet for a vast amount of responsibilities. I mean, if you’re going to criticize religion, specifically Christianity as being anti-intellectual, you should look at all the tenable theories they all postulate as substitute for legitimately feasible Christian doctrine:

  • Instead of saying ‘God created the universe’, most Atheists postulate that ‘aliens’ did (which has very little or no proof).
  • Instead of saying ‘God created man’, most Atheists will assure the core belief that monkeys were our ancestors (with the use of DNA tests and an incomplete fossil record).
  • Instead of succumbing to the mathematical and physical impossibilities of evolutionary survival, most Atheists attempt to dispel this thinking by postulating that time and a scientifically rigged computer program proves the exception.
  • Instead of succumbing to the big bang theory, Atheists have developed another explanation with the multiple theories of universe regression (again, no proof).
  • Instead of accepting the fact that one needs a universal standard that transcends humanity (as mentioned previously here), most Atheists naively assert that you can be good without God (even though they cannot answer this question: What moral form of conduct should we use to determine someone’s actions as good?)

Again, these so called ‘theories,’ ‘hypothesis,’ or what I like to call random guesses are all but cheesy excuses to explain the obvious: God’s existence. Sadly, I am only half way through their anti-intellectual ramblings; there are another set of practices they use to get themselves out there that makes them resemble the same religious zealots they criticize. While I am going to delve into those topics until later on, I will tell you this about atheism: don’t believe their arguments; they’re remotely intellectual.






1 Comment

  1. ME Brines says:

    Many of my e-books address these concerns – What Darwinist’s Don’t Want You to Know, Self-Defense Against Alien Abduction, and Science & Magick: Are They Compatible? For example: My “Why Do Ghosts Wear Clothes?” is a paranormal investigation that proves the existence of a Biblical God. And of course my “The Bible: Dead Letter or Message from Your Creator?” Check out all of them @

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: