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  • I agree with the Psalm 14 quote, which is also in Psalm 53: “The fool has said in his heart, there is no God”. God calls them fools, and I agree with God. Really, the most foolish people on the planet. These so called “wise” of our day are really the most foolish of all. That’s why I am so shocked when I see people who listen to godless atheists spew out their theories of the universe, which never include God. Remember Solomon wrote: “bad company corrupts good morals”. If you are hanging around people who think this way, or are reading books and articles by them, you will be affected by their godless world view. “The heavens declare the glory of God, and the expanse shows forth His handiwork.” … Psalms also. amen to that one. Most people can see God in His handiwork. Those who refuse to see Him there are without excuse…Romans 1. Turn away from such folly, and sin, receive Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord. Study His Word, and know His peace. God Bless

  • Re: “Is it possible that Christians are making America a better, more tolerant place for pluralism? Or are we making it worse?”

    Since many of them wonder aloud whether or not an atheist is qualified to play professional football, I’d say you got your answer right there.

  • Dominic

    You cannot be an atheist: only a murderer, rapist, wife-beater, or drug addict.

  • Rionni

    Mark it is so true of Psalms and we must Repent not get shocking drunks and to Repent every day of our sins of the universe. God will not suffer drunken fools so Repent of morals and Solomon his handiwork suffers. Those you refuse him bad company Lord theories shall Repent drunks but they shall with shocked Romans reading books Repent drunks!

  • Larry

    He can’t be a real atheist until he starts eating babies. That’s what the preachers all say, right?

    I find it amusing how bent out of shape evangelicals get when they try to demonizing people who do not believe as they do. Of course the irony is such extreme nonsense is also a major reason why people leave such faiths and become ardent atheists/anti-theists.

    The more they defame, lie and engage in hysterical caterwauling, the more people they drive away from their rather unpleasant version of belief and in many cases all forms of religious belief.

  • Jeff

    As an ‘out of the closet’ atheist, I’m happy to see Arian Foster proudly stating his nonbelief. I was a believer for close to 40 years, and it wasn’t until I truly examined my faith, reading every book I could get my hands on for 3 full years, that I came to see there’s no difference between Christianity and any other religion. They all come down to faith, as none can stand up to the light of reason and evidence. I will never again worship a god who appeals to credulity rather than skepticism.

  • Xech

    Threats of the non-existent and pairing dogmatic literature doesn’t dissuade those of us who see through the charade of popular religion.

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