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"The fool hath said in his heart, There is no God." Psalm 14:1a

This verse is not a literal denial of the existence of God (or of gods), but a description of the wicked, who live and behave as though God takes no notice of human behavior.

According to Psalm 10 we are told that the thoughts of the wicked may be summed up as “ There is no God” and “God has forgotten, he has hidden his face, he will never see it” (vv. 4, 11).

Aldous Huxley was a British novelist who wrote Brave New World (1932), and was a grandson of “Darwin’s Bulldog,” T.H. Huxley. He was also the brother of the leading atheistic evolutionist Sir Julian Huxley (see quote: “Humanism As Religion”), and died the same day as Christian apologist C. S. Lewis, and the assassination of JFK (November 22, 1963). Aldous Huxley made this frank admission about his anti-theistic motivation:

I had motive for not wanting the world to have a meaning; consequently assumed that it had none, and was able without any difficulty to find satisfying reasons for this assumption. The philosopher who finds no meaning in the world is not concerned exclusively with a problem in pure metaphysics, he is also concerned to prove that there is no valid reason why he personally should not do as he wants to do, or why his friends should not seize political power and govern in the way that they find most advantageous to themselves. . . . For myself, the philosophy of meaninglessness was essentially an instrument of liberation, sexual and political.
Atheism is a lie (Romans 1:25). As Christians, we understand that truth exists because God exists, who is the Truth (John 14:6), and we are made in His image.

Though much of humanity believes that God exists, much of humanity lives as though God does not exist or, if he does, he takes little interest in human affairs. The atheism of today is much more than what we see in writings and pronouncements of atheist celebrities, such as Sam Harris and Richard Dawkins. Atheism is much more than an explicit denial of the existence of God. The atheism that should concern all who believe in God is the practical atheism reflected in the lives of many theists, including Christians. The fools are not limited to those who openly state, “ There is no God”; the y include those who profess belief in God but live as though he does not exist.


ATHEISM - ARTICLES:



Atheism is a Religion by Tim Chaffey
The Atheist Delusion by Ray comfort
How Should We Talk to Atheists? by Dr. Timothy Mortenson
What is Atheism? by Got Questions.org

What is the New Atheism?  by Got Questions.org

Why Christianity? by Rolaant McKenzie
A Question of Origins by Jim Tetlow

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Debate: Walter Martin vs Madalyn Murray O'Hair
This classic debate is from 1968 between Christian apologist,Walter Martin, and the infamous anti-theist, Madalyn Murray O'Hair.

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