Seriously no! And that title isn’t to grab your attention not is it a call for help. I wrote yesterday there is an outbreak of stupid in Christendom. This morning I am reading atheism leads to depression and suicide and I go what the fuck are these guys smoking? Burning bush anyone?
The OP tells us the bible is all the evidence you need. She says the evidence is right there in Romans 1.
There is nothing in being an atheist that says you will be happy. Nothing about being an atheist that says you will not consider suicide. That an atheist is unhappy is not an argument against it. If this were the case, a suicide by a christian is conclusive argument against Christianity.
I am not depressed. I have read about a few friends who suffer depression and some of them it seems it started while they were still believers, but the OP has you covered. She writes
If a “Christian” is not a true one, and is only one in name, depression can certainly arrive.
She writes that this book Crucifying Christ in our Colleges” (by Dan Gilbert) gives all the evidence you need to know that atheism leads to suicide. I think more people commit suicide because they are poor than because they don’t believe in god.
And now she offers the solution to those of you suffering from depression
If you’re struggling with thoughts and feelings of depression and suicide, don’t give-in to it. Only give-in to God
and me wonders what stopped god from ensuring you don’t have depression in the first place? Why do believers believe in such a sadist? Plus she has evidence his solution works. Again I let her speak for herself
I actually have a friend who used to be atheistic, then accepted the truth and is now a strong person in the Lord
And if you want to know how to get this going, again lets hear her speak
If you have any comments or questions, please leave a message for me.
I am not the one to break people’s bubbles but I have a weakness, I admit, my tolerance for stupid is really low. It is quite plain this author doesn’t know what atheism is, what depression is or she would have treated them well.