An atheist explains the real consequences of adopting an atheistic worldview

03 Oct

When you gaze into the abyss, the abyss gazes into you…


If you love to listen to the Cold Case Christianity podcast, as I do, then you know that in a recent episode, J. Warner Wallace mentioned a blog post on an atheistic blog that clearly delineated the implications of an atheistic worldview. He promised he was going to write about it and link to the post, and he has now done so.

Here is the whole the whole thing that the atheist posted:

“[To] all my Atheist friends.

Let us stop sugar coating it. I know, it’s hard to come out and be blunt with the friendly Theists who frequent sites like this. However in your efforts to “play nice” and “be civil” you actually do them a great disservice.

We are Atheists. We believe that the Universe is a great uncaused, random accident. All life in the Universe past and future are the results of random chance acting on itself…

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Posted by on October 3, 2015 in Uncategorized


5 responses to “An atheist explains the real consequences of adopting an atheistic worldview

  1. weak stream

    October 4, 2015 at 11:00 am

    For years people have been looking to science to prove philosophical issues. But because science deals only with observable phenomena, existential questions are therefore beyond its scope. Modern society have been conflating science and reason for many years now. But science and reason are not the same thing. Science involves reason but so does theology and philosophy. A carefully reasoned deconstruction of existential issues shows atheism to be either an outright absurdity, or, at the very least, the least plausible explanation of things.

  2. Will S.

    October 4, 2015 at 8:02 pm

    The problem of course with our modern era is, in a time where people want to be on social media only allowing 140-character bursts, one can’t properly develop arguments for things, because the technology AND attention-spans of most won’t allow for longer, better-thought-out arguments (found on our side, not theirs). Thus it is pointless arguing with SJWs. Leave them to rot; go above them to those more receptive, potentially, via ‘dog-whistles’ (just to drive SJWs crazy; if even just one of them has an aneurysm, it will have been worth it). 😉


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