Atheism is STUPID.

While it may be true that some self-professing atheists are very intelligent, it doesn’t change the fact that atheism itself is AMAZINGLY stupid.

I sum up a few reasons why in this rant, but I elaborate far more on what Atheism is in my video, the 15 Tenets of Orthodox Atheism:

First, most people who call themselves “Atheist” are using the word wrong. They are really agnostics. They lack a belief in God, but do NOT assert as a fact that God does not exist.

Of those who really mean “Atheist,” most of them are simply too lazy to find out what the word means, because if they knew what Atheism teaches, they would never apply that label to themselves.
The rest are probably insane. See the video links in the description of my video, the 15 Tenets of Orthodox Atheism:

And check out these self professed atheists following the logic of their faith to it’s logical conclusion to tragic/hilarious results:

Atheism demands you believe that NOTHING created EVERYTHING. Those who profess this are forced to change the definition of “Nothing.” Good bye, sweet science. We hardly knew ye.

If atheism is true, then you may as well be a toaster. You cannot have free will, a unified self, and true knowledge is impossible. Which should be a good indication that Atheism is false. Because if you’re one of those people who say, “Oh, I suppose I don’t exist, I have no free will, and I can’t know anything,” then I don’t know what to do with you. Just stuff a pop tart in your mouth and sit quietly on the kitchen counter.

Atheism is COMPLETELY indefensible. There is not a single argument in its favor. Here are a couple of professional atheists making this point for me:
The point is, atheism is false. God is real, and he loves you.

John 3:16 “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life. 17 For God did not send his Son into the world to condemn the world, but in order that the world might be saved through him.”

But I suspect you are all smart enough to know that already.

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19 Responses to Atheism is STUPID.

  1. I’m an atheist and I often become annoyed by other atheists who love to act smarter than everyone else. But, it’s a bit difficult to hear you describe atheism as “stupid.” The fact is, I don’t know what’s real or not and neither do you. I respect your opinions, but you do come of as a bit of an asshat in your vlog. Lately, I’ve been leaning towards the opinion that we are just an experiment and some kick-ass aliens are using us their personal video game. God is real to you, but he’s not real to millions of people throughout the world. Please don’t be angry with me for my comments. And if you are, remember, you have to forgive me. Cheers brother.


    • Thanks for your comments, B,
      Your comment made me laugh. So cheers to you. Remember, I am not merely calling ANYONE who self identifies as an atheist stupid, but I have clearly narrowed down the stupid ones to the insane variety which assert that they have no free will, cannot KNOW anything, have no self, and that everything came from nothing, etc. Like I said, I am sure the majority don’t hold to the complete collection of stupid beliefs, and most who call themselves atheist aren’t, at least by my traditional use of the word, atheists but rather agnostics.

      Although, yeah, sometimes I do come off a little asshat. I am sorry about that. Its the fine line between being entertainingly assertive and being a jerk. I think I do tend to not see the line until its pointed out to me sometimes. But again, that is why I started out defining my terms and explaining that I’m not painting the whole nontheistic world with this brush.

      If I may take issue with your comment a bit, you can’t know what I know or what I don’t. The fact is, I DO know what is real, and I know that God is the most real thing there is, on which everything else is contingent. Of course, I LIKE your theory about aliens, but I know better. Genesis is true. You were made by a God who is brilliant and loves you.
      And the issue is not if God is real TO ME (for what would that mean?) but if he IS REAL. My belief doesn’t make him real, just as your lack of belief doesn’t cause him to stop existing. Millions of people CAN be wrong.
      Don’t stop asking questions B. God made you special and he loves you very much. You can know that for certain.
      Cheers, Brother!

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  2. Meh, …Interesting that you simply announce the definition of atheist, as if it were up to you to declare the meaning of the word. As long as we are throwing the word ‘stupid’ around, that’s in there.


    • Thanks for your comment, Dan,
      I hope you can at least appreciate that I define clearly what I mean when I use the word. I know there is some dispute about it, but if you mean something different when you use it, at least you know what I mean when I use it.
      And frankly, I think anyone can and ought to declare the meaning of words. That’s how we come to understand each other. Step one, define your terms. I find a lot of arguments stem from people either misusing words, or believing they are using words the same when they are not.

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      • Equivocation is not a virtue.


      • Thank you for your comment.
        Equivocation is a big word. I’ll bet some kid won a spelling bee with that one.

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      • Alternatively, my criticism was clearly aimed at your assumption of authority to declare what the term means in general. You in turn talk about declaring definitions so that we can understand each other. Your decision to shift the meaning of the term is equivocation. Feel free to pretend otherwise.

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      • Thanks again for your comment, Danny,
        I understood what you mean, but I am saying we carry the same authority. Case in point: What authority do you have or claim which trumps my authority to define what I mean by the usage of a word? especially since I can find MANY others who make the same use I do across history and modern usage. In truth, your criticism is hypocritical since you are claiming the authority to condemn my usage of a word by saying I lack the authority to define it. What gives you the authority to tell me MY definition is wrong? The sword cuts both ways. Feel free to pretend otherwise.
        And what is with that? “Feel free to pretend otherwise?” Is that a thing? Are the kids saying that these days? Sounds kinda childish. What ever happened to reasoned discourse based on logical analysis of agreed upon distinctions and observational data, or, in other circumstances, “Neener Neener,” or even, “I know you are but what I am”?

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      • Alternatively, when someone makes a claim about their own beliefs, the question of what that word means is explicitly a question about what they themselves mean by it. Your attempt to deny that through prescriptivist approaches to vocabulary is the moment someone claims authority in the argument. Now you project that onto me and make lectures about reasoned discourse. Reasoned discourse? Have a look at your video. Simply read the title. Or for that matter, look at the pathetic efforts you’ve made in this conversation. I am reasoning child. You are not.

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      • Thanks again for your comments, Danny,
        But nothing? I thought my closing comments were at least worth a “Ha ha” or a “You think you’re funny,” or SOME acknowledgement that I tried to make a funny reply.
        Man. Tough crowd.
        Anyhoo, if you watch my “Atheists Angry that I define Atheism to mean Atheism” series, you will see why I find it not only wrong but intellectually dishonest to try and shift the definition of Atheism to mean a mere lack of faith. In short, it removes a useful word which HAD a clear meaning, it removes from atheists the title of their stance, and it is only a childish attempt to void the burden of proof, which fails anyway. Go watch those videos. They are funny.
        As for my videos, if all you have done is read the title, or, as many have, watch the first eight seconds and then decide you know all I have to say, you need to try a little harder. And I’ve projected nothing. You started this dialogue about my definition of the word. You said, “Interesting that you simply announce the definition of atheist, as if it were up to you to declare the meaning of the word.” In one quippy reply you imply condemnation for me defining a word so that I can be understood, and you reject my definition as if it was one I invented. You don’t have the right to do so, and you don’t have the dictionary behind you now or in the past. If you are going to start calling names because I am pointing out your logical fallacies, perhaps you had better find a different Christian apologist to “take to task” as it were. I have an irritating habit of replying to what is said and reading prior comments before replying. You have described this as “pathetic” and now I demand you defend this description with reason. I believe I have responded well and in response to what you have said.

        But at the end of the day, I’m glad you are Reasoning Child. Secretly I am Philosophy Man. Perhaps we should team up and fight crime together?
        See, because you said “I am reasoning child. You are not.” Get it? I took that to mean…
        oh, never mind.
        Is this an audience or an oil painting?

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      • You demand? No, you are not a philosophy man. You are a child playing a game, no more and no less.

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      • You’re very kind, Danny, but I’m actually dangerously near to 40 years old.
        Oh, wait, you were making a witty come back at my last comment. My bad.
        I guess you are an oil painting.
        These are the jokes, Danny. You get what you pay for.


  3. essiep says:

    Atheism does not demand that you believe anything in particular. It simply asserts that they don’t believe in your god.
    It’s a lack of belief.


  4. R.E says:

    Nothing created everything? Where are you getting that from?

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  5. It’s up to the people who believe in something unseen to prove the existence of that thing, not up to those who don’t believe in it to prove it doesn’t exist. Give your head a shake.


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