Atheism Is Not Just About Denying God

Most of you probably believe that atheism is all about denying the existence of God, but you’re wrong. It’s not just about God, but so much more.

One of the most notable atheists in American history was Madalyn Murray O’Hair. She used her atheism to file lawsuits that resulted in the banning of prayer and Bible reading in public schools. The precedent she set eventually led others to use the liberal courts to remove all vestiges of God, Jesus and Christianity from public education and the government. In 1964, following her Supreme Court victory to stop praying in schools, Life magazine labeled O’Hair as ‘the most hated woman in America.’

True atheism doesn’t stop with the denial God, but the question and rebellion against all authority. Listen to the words of O’Hair as she explains what an atheist really is:

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“An atheist is a person who questions every kind of authority and this is the thing that is important because if we can, without blinking an eye question the ultimate authority God, who must be obeyed, then we can question the authority of the state. We can question the authority of the university structure. We can question the authority of our employer. We can question anything.”

Using O’Hair’s definition of atheism, it amounts to nothing more than anarchy at all levels, personal, political and religious. It’s not just about religious beliefs, but about every aspect of decency, morals and values. defines anarchy as:

“1. a state of society without government or law.

2. political and social disorder due to the absence of governmentalcontrol:

The death of the king was followed by a year of anarchy.

4. lack of obedience to an authority; insubordination:

the anarchy of his rebellious teenage years.

5. confusion and disorder: Intellectual and moral anarchy followed his loss of faith.

It was impossible to find the book I was looking for in the anarchy of his bookshelves.”

True atheists are not just lost souls, but they are dangerous people. They should not be trusted. Since they question all authority, they should never be allowed to hold any position of authority as they will only strive to exert their anti-God, anti-government, anti-authority anarchism on the rest of us.

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