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Atheist Richard Dawkins claims that teaching children to accept their families’ religious beliefs is child abuse. He considers this form of “abuse” to be more devastatingly and permanently harmful than sexual abuse. In truth, even the atheistic belief that there is no God is a religion.
If someone stabs you in the back, treats you like nothing, steals from you, or lies to you, it doesn’t ultimately matter in an atheistic worldview where everything and everyone are just chemical reactions doing what chemicals do
The fact that atheists even bother to congregate to discuss the meaning of life shows just how desperately human beings need the true God. Even when we try to remove God from our lives, we are compelled to fill the void with some other religion. And atheism is undeniably a religious position.
“I know there’s no God. And one polite person living his life right doesn’t change that.” How about two, three, maybe four people living right? What if every Christian exuded this type of concern?
The natural implications of evolutionary biology include atheism and meaninglessness, according to Cornell professor.
God’s Word uses war terminology to illustrate the spiritual war around us. One clear example of atheist propaganda in this battle involves billboards.
A recent video featuring a number of very intolerant atheists (and some are hateful and angry) is a must watch for all Christians!
Atheist Richard Dawkins claims that teaching children to accept their families’ religious beliefs is child abuse.
A Christian K–12 school in South Carolina, with dedicated and highly qualified Christian teachers, has come under vicious attack by atheists.
An atheistic mom from Texas explains why she doesn’t raise her children with God and attacks God by pushing her religion on CNN. This is part three of our response.
In today’s culture, the atheistic worldview is being pushed not only to adults, but also to our children.
Why would an atheist care to live one moment longer in a broken universe where one is merely rearranged pond scum and all you have to look forward to is … death, which can be around any corner?
Atheists offended by a cross-shaped artifact seek to “protect” people from the full story of 9/11.
The evidence to be considered will indicate that a fear of God and afterlife play a major role in the psychology of unbelief, and that points toward the realism of Scripture.PDF Download
"Reason Rally" to celebrate atheism and godlessness
The Passing of a Well-Known Atheist
Survey of atheist scientists asks why they go to church
In a story that reveals just one of the many dark consequences of extracting the Bible from culture and supposed reality, we learn about pastors who no longer believe in God.
If you’re religious, science isn’t for you—and vice versa, according to evolutionary biologist (and staunch creationist critic) Jerry Coyne.
Stephen Hawking, perhaps the most famous physicist since Einstein, has again emphasized that the universe didn’t need God to get things rolling.
When faced with the mocking rants of atheists and God-haters, our natural temptation is to dismiss them as ignorant bigots or to get angry. But that’s not Christ’s way.
If there is no God, as these leading atheists aggressively proclaim, then there is no absolute standard for morality and it would be foolish to say something is right or wrong.
Over the next few days in my homeland of Australia, atheists are converging from around the world in the city of Melbourne for what many of the organizers are calling a “celebration of atheism.”
How could an anti-theist reveal the truth of the Bible? His own words betray the knowledge that all humans have—some simply suppress it.
Are the laws of logic simply a reflection of the way the universe works? Dr. Jason Lisle, AiG–U.S., shows why this argument falls apart and undermines atheistic claims.
Are atheists building a worldview on Christian principles?
“There’s probably no God”: a friendly reminder from your neighborhood atheist?
After mocking those who believed in God, a former atheist came face to face with the weaknesses of his own claims. Find out how God transformed him.
Rabid atheist Christopher Hitchens, writing in online magazine Slate, takes creationists to task for our alleged “blindness” to the “de”-evolution of sight.
Last year, as the intelligent design controversies took a break in America’s public schools, bestselling books on atheism and evolution proliferated.
For a new generation of children, Sunday school isn’t about Bible stories and singing songs about Jesus—instead, for atheist children, it’s about encouraging “personal expression, intellectual curiosity and collaboration.”
What caught our eye recently in the atheist barrage against religion occurred in the context of comments from atheists about the growing creation movement and AiG’s new Creation Museum most of all.
A response to Michael O’Shaughnessy sharing his path to atheism with Canada’s National Post as a part of a series on journeys to faith or faithlessness.
Dawkins, the Simonyi Professor for the Public Understanding of Science at Oxford University, is arguably the world’s best-known atheist.