5 Reasons Why Atheism Should Be Illegal

Our culture has accepted two huge lies: The first is that if you disagree with someone’s lifestyle, you must fear them or hate them. The second is that to love someone means you agree with everything they believe or do. Both are nonsense. You don’t have to compromise convictions to be compassionate.

-Rick Warren

And GOD Spake

5 Reasons Why Atheism Should Be Illegal, Just Like Gay Marriage

1. It is a sin. “For whatever does not proceed from faith is sin” (Romans 14:23).  We cannot vote to uphold sin in another person’s life, even for the sake of getting along.  We need to do what is best for them.

2. It’s natural to believe in God[s]. Just look at the praying mantis… or Justin Bieber fans.

3. Most societies in the history of the world have believed in some form of deity. It isn’t just our cultural bias, belief is a universal thing and atheism shouldn’t be acceptable just because a few people are now pushing their agenda on us.

4. It is Unconstitutional. Freedom of religion doesn’t mean freedom from religion. Take a look at that coin in your pocket and see Who we trust in.

In God We Trust!

5. If we let atheism run rampant in our schools, our kids might question what they know about God. The atheist agenda is infiltrating our schools and poisoning our society.  Where will our nation be if we allow this to go on?

You think Gay Marriage is bad? Surely denying the existence of God is much worse.  Christians should fight the real battle and outlaw atheism!

In case you were wondering.

In case you were wondering.

36 Comments on “5 Reasons Why Atheism Should Be Illegal

  1. This don’t read like no satire. This reads like a bottle of Holy Water Shampoo with huge print on the side: MAKES YOU BETTER THAN ATHEISTS and a tiny little disclaimer hidden on the bottom of the bottle, “This Product Hasn’t Been Evaluated By Anyone”

      • I guess I have to appreciate what you are doing.
        Where I get confused is that, as a Christian, you do believe Atheism is a sin, don’t you?

        • As a Christian, I believe everyone “sins”, but my religion isn’t about forcing people (myself included) to stop sinning or making them respectable. Whether a person is sinning in their atheism or not isn’t what I occupy myself with.

  2. My gut reaction to this post was, “hey, this guy is a christian. he can’t do a satire about atheism unless he is CRITICIZING atheism.”

    But, I guess I make fun of people who make fun of gays, and I’m not gay.

  3. Reblogged this on paarsurrey and commented:
    Paarsurrey says:

    Atheism should not be illegal; they have a right to have a different opinion. Atheism is not rational; they cannot provide the evidence that the “one true creator God did not exist”.

    • Burdon of proof is on the claim. Things are not true until proven false.

      So by the thinking you just proposed: we should all be fearful of goblins.

  4. This is great! You’re a Christian blowing the whistle on Christianity, which is brilliant because they will listen to you much more than they’ll listen to us atheists. I have lots of respect for this :)

    • While I certainly appreciate the notion of loving enemies, it’s a little disturbing how that quote popped in your head in regards to atheists & homosexuals.

      • I posted this because you should love those who hate you, not make atheism illegal but to love those who do not believe in God.

        • I got ya. Just don’t think that atheists hate individual Christians. That’s not true. Hate is not something that a rational thinker gets carried away with. I can say that I probably hate Christianity in general and religion in all forms, but I don’t hate any human being. I wouldn’t hate someone (prepare for graphic example) if they murdered my family. Because, I have an understanding of neuroscience & cultural/social conditioning, and I know that NO human being is born evil or inherently “sinful”.

          • Well I’m not a religious person and I don’t go to church. I thought the person posting the blog was a Christian saying that Atheism should be outlawed, so I was directing the verse to say that I don’t think atheism should be outlawed as that would not be acting in love.

            I think it goes both ways, where people often assume that in general, another party hates them. This is sad, and too bad it’s so easy to misunderstand, especially on the internet, where ideas are easily taken to mean what the reader intends, rather than what the writer is attempting to communicate.

            It seems like the world would be a much better place if all people could just look for the good in one another and not assume they know why another person does what they do.

            Unfortunately, we are all human and everyone makes mistakes. As someone who was gang raped, as well as raped on another occassion, and kidnapped and raped on another, I have learned that everyone has good in them.

            One of my rapists was even the person to stop and help me when I was stranded far from my home. My belief is like yours, that everyone has good in them.

            Although it is impossible to know the true nature of the condition of sin, or the human condition, and whether or not it is real or not, I respect your beliefs, and generally agree in my personal opinion that all people have good in them.

            However, as I’m only human it’s impossible for me to know these things. Personal experience has shown that beyond a shadow of a doubt, I was losing the ability to walk when I fractured my spine a few years ago, and after a woman told me that she would say a prayer for me, I could walk normally again.

          • The post is intended to be satirical. These are some of the usual arguments that Christians use against gay marriage- Christians that would never outlaw atheism.
            I’m trying to point out an inconsistency. Banning gay marriage to me is like outlawing atheism and is something Christians shouldn’t do.

          • Ahhh. Looks like we have our perspectives defined a little better now. Not in the best spot mentally to respond in depth but don’t want to forget to say something- so I will just say HUMAN BEINGS ARE GOOD!!! For now

  5. Obtuse as it was, your point has had the desired effect, judging by the various responses.
    As an aside, I do not believe in God, but do not consider myself an atheist.
    I do not believe in goblins or witches, but I do not believe there is a special word for that.
    Each to their own, as long as it doesn’t hurt others.

  6. To CHRISTIANS gay marriage and atheism is a sin. So what if believing in a god is natural? Some people aren’t like everyone else. Nobody is perfect. Your precious gay hating “god” isn’t perfect. He’s full of himself. He WANTS to be worshipped. He COMMANDS you to worship him. The idea is retarded. If this is a sick joke it’s not funny. I really want to throw up

  7. 1. It is a sin, Sin is a made up to get people to do what they want them to do. Atheist get there morals from society and we understand that killing does not help society. Matthew 18:25: And since he could not pay, his master ordered him to be sold, with his wife and children and all that he had, and payment to be made. Unlike the bible we think slavery is bad.
    2. It’s natural to believe in God[s]. it is natural to look up to people not god, anyone
    3. Most societies in the history of the world have believed in some form of deity. Not the same one
    4. It is Unconstitutional. “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press, or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for redress of grievances.” First Amendment, U.S. Constitution (US Corts.Gov establishment of religion keyword ((B)) it was in 1956 in god we trust was added during Vietnam War before that it was E Pluribus Unum. “One out of many”
    5. Atheism schools. Science is to study things that we have a lot of evidence for it must be scientific. You may use religion in history and art. You may also pray in schools.

    • Without engaging each of your points, let me just point you to the satire button. This post was supposed to show my fellow Christians how each of these arguments against gay marriage (all of which I have heard) are invalid, because they’re clearly invalid when applied to outlawing atheism. I, and nearly all Christians I know, do not think atheism should/could ever be outlawed.

  8. People seem to have a hard time with satire. Perhaps you should put an icon of some sort at the bottom of the post labeling it as such.


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