five ways the ‘best’ atheist praised god


  1. He asked for immortality

I don’t know about you, but everywhere I look, everyone is trying their best not to die, especially those who believe they are headed to heaven.

2. He had everyone living in fear of him

Our interlocutor writes

The atheist works towards this goal. There is no other reason for amassing tremendous wealth or extending the boundaries of a nation. The objective is to rule the entire world, or at least wield enough influence so that no one can tell you what to do. Hiranyakashipu had this.

Maybe things are different where in your hood, but, look at the likes of Creflo Dollar, the Catholic church, Joel Osteen, Kyunas and we must, if what our interlocutor says think them atheists.

3. He showed that devotion cannot be stopped

If you ask me, it is the Muslims killing people in Bangladesh for free-thought, the Buddhists killing Muslims in Burma for believing differently that shows that freedom of thought can be restricted but never stopped. No atheist is trying to kill believers for believing virgins give birth, Pegasus fly blah blah

4. He came up with the best argument for atheism

He asked for god to show up

5. He allowed god to exploit a 1% weakness

God showed up as a lion-man and killed him.

What an interesting story this is

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As Onyango Makagutu I am Kenyan, as far as I am a man, I am a citizen of the world

18 thoughts on “five ways the ‘best’ atheist praised god

  1. fojap says:

    Why would he ask magical favors of Brahma if he didn’t believe in God? Why would he think his son was a demigod if he was an atheist?

    The writer seems to have confused not believing with refusing to worship. Growing up, I had a friend whose parents had lost their three sons in a fire. They were not atheists, but they refused to worship the God they believed had taken away their children. (My friend survived the fire.)

    According to Wikipedia: “Asuras (Sanskrit: असुर) are mythological lord beings in Indian texts who compete for power with the more benevolent devas (also known as suras). Asuras are described in Indian texts as powerful superhuman demigods with good or bad qualities.”

    Why are theists so bothered by the mere thought that there are atheists that they tie themselves into intellectual knots to prove atheists don’t actually exist?

    It’s an interesting story, but I don’t think it reveals anything about modern day humans who are atheists.

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  2. “God showed up as a lion-man and killed him.”

    so this god was just a violent jerk? huh, nothing much different here.

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    • makagutu says:

      only difference is a Hindu depicting atheists as those who believe in god but hate him or something like that. We are used to the christian claim of Paul that everyone knows about their god

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  3. john zande says:

    What is this??

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  4. That was one of the oddest things I’ve ever read on atheists. It falls into the “an atheist is someone who’s angry at, or fights against, my god,” camp. No clue what actual non-belief means.

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  5. This coming from a misogynist, homophobic, racist, pro-slavery, pro-dictatorship, anti-science cult follower who is required to chant at least sixteen rounds of the Hare Krishna mantra, daily, equating to repeating Krsna’s name 10 million times a year.

    Mak, it is mind boggling that the brainwashed think they know so much about atheists, yet obsessed and possessed by a belief system in hopes of not coming back as a woman.

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  6. Real real me says:

    It is incredible how truthful these counter-arguments (of yours) are, especially the first one…

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