What Does “Atheists are Faking” Really Mean?

Not too long I created my own bumper sticker that says “Atheists are Faking.”

Underneath that comment is a reference to Romans 1:19-20.

19 since what may be known about God is plain to them, because God has made it plain to them. 20 For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities—his eternal power and divine nature—have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that people are without excuse.

Here’s the bottom line about why I promote this concept on my car and also as a subtitle to every blog.

Many years ago I noticed that Christians were putting very simple looking symbols of a fish on their cars.

I loved it.

In ancient times, to protect themselves from Romans with blood lust to fill the coliseum with Christian martyrs, the symbol that believers used was a fish, drawn into the sand, so they could ID one another without being captured.

Fast forward to our modern era and that same very treasured symbol started to appear on the backs of cars with little feet coming off the bottom, or the word Darwin, referring to Charles, etched into the middle of the fish.

Only an atheist/agnostic would be that disrespectful to a religious symbol.

Imagine the uproar if white supremacists started putting symbols of the Jewish or Muslim communities on their cars in a similar mocking fashion?

Yet…all of us tolerate that nonesense…except for one big nosed, ultra right-wing conservative from Massachusetts.

Remember, it was Jesus who said in Matthew 10:34; “I came not to bring peace, but a sword.”

Dear Mr. Atheist…if you’re so convinced God doesn’t exist, why not take a polygraph test?

It’s on me…I just own the rights to the results.

Then, after you fail, you’re welcome to come to Church with me.

You need God as much as the rest of us.


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