I hear there is atheistic religious fanaticism

Hey friends, did you miss me these few days? I thought not. It was too short to realize I wasn’t doing any posting or visiting your wonderful blogs. Now that I am here, we can return to regular broadcasting. Shall we?

I have always told myself that my time is best spent not offering opinions on blogs by some theists. Then you bump into a blog that leaves you scratching your head. You begin to wonder why so many believe things that are outright crazy. And so this next blog is like that. It starts by alluding to bigotry and vitriol of atheists towards theists. The author even says you guys- atheists- deny Christians freedom of speech.

Atheists are guilty of manipulation. Demanding that arguments be had on their terms, refusing to admit the bible to evidence room and claiming to be intelligent among others.

You are all guilty of being Darwinists, hardcore presuppositionalists– whatever this means- evolutionists, and materialists. Most of all, you are guilty of denying god exists, when you already know it. And you hate the followers of god. Can you stop with the hate, now!

I thought about linking to the post and decided to let it pass. But anyone interested can search for the creation cowboy on wordpress.

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

21 thoughts on “I hear there is atheistic religious fanaticism

  1. renudepride says:

    I was wondering what happened to you then I realized that all the photography with the giraffes and zebras perhaps worked you too hard! ๐Ÿ˜‰ Once again, thank you for those postings!

    Today you shared an example of the bigotry and ignorance that are often levelled against us by the so-called “believers.” To me, it reaffirms that they definitely believe in hating! ๐Ÿ™‚ Naked hugs!


  2. Nan says:

    OK. So we admit it. We’re just a really bad bunch of non-believing folks. How sad. Too bad.

    Yes, your absence was noted. ๐Ÿ˜‰


  3. ladysighs says:

    I read a bit of the Cowboy. Then just scrolled on down to the end. No, I didn’t even scroll down, I just left.
    Anyone can write what they want (just about). He would have served his cause better to make a few points in an organized way. Made it short. I imagine even those who agreed with him were bored after a few paragraphs.


  4. They (those fanatic religious illusionists or believers) say what they believe is true and they believe that what they say is true! Such talk can be described as intellectual self-intoxication or ontological blindness. By believing in those fables they had been taught, they infuse them with more and more of their own mythologies. Their proof of the existence of God is often reduced to the sum of illusions continuously repeated until it becomes the only truth. Such nonsense has been spun over and over for centuries and finally evolved into structured mythology or religion.

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  5. shelldigger says:

    Sounds a wee bit like projection to me.

    I might have missed you had I time to be caught up in damn near evertything. Glad you are back though!



  6. Barry says:

    Yes, your absence was noticed. But then so has the almost complete absence of American readers on my blog. Typically they outnumber all other readers combined, but over the past week they’ve been a distinct minority and completely absent on some days – a phenomenon that has never happened before in my 9 years on WordPress.

    As for the cowboy, I’ve stumbled across him before and his ramblings have made little sense to me, lacking any coherent thought.


  7. Missed you, my friend. This cowboy guy sounds like he’d make for good BBQ theist. BBQ him up with a few brews and we could have us a hate filled atheistic party!!

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  8. rautakyy says:

    I noticed nothing, but if I had, I would be welcoming you back – albeit a bit late.

    I admit to being too lazy to look for a blog you provided no link to, especially since you and a bunch of others here seem quite unimpressed and frankly I am not interrested in giving any traffic to it.

    Yet I find myself curious about what is a “creation cowboy” anyway? Is it a boy who creates cows? A cowboy who herdes cows as they are being “created” by some second party magically able to do so, or simply a cowboy (recognisable by their attire) present at the creation event of a particular myth, or even several of different myths? I like to visualise mythical concepts, but with this one I am not getting much beyond ridiculous.

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