Friendly Atheist Contest #29: The (Revised) Atheist’s Worst Nightmare June 18, 2008

Friendly Atheist Contest #29: The (Revised) Atheist’s Worst Nightmare

Last week, I ran this contest:

Ray Comfort says he has retired the Banana Argument.

If that’s the case, what will be the atheists’ new worst nightmare?

Here are the Top 3 responses (with submitters)!


Sugar Canes.

Think about it. These plants are, like atheists say, products of evolution. But they are so delicious. Why would the plant be here today if it were so delicious? All the humans would just eat them up! Therefore, sugar must be a gift from God. A very precious gift that cannot be explained by evolution.

Praise Him and Repent.



It’s clearly the iPhone.

Smooth, shiny, perfectly contoured to fit the human hand. It’s so complicated, it MUST have had an intelligent designer.

Plus, just when those dumb atheists think they’ve got it right, it changes on them and is brand new! How’s that for intelligent!



The atheists’ worst nightmare is Atheism.

As we all know, atheism drives you to eating babies. But all babies are atheists. So atheism makes you kill atheists. That means atheism is self-destroying, proving that Jesus is our Lord and Savior.


Congratulations to the winners!

Normally, the top three receive specially-made Friendly Atheist wristbands (in the color of their choice), sent to me by blog reader Shauna and her sister Danni!


But this time around, reader Josh donated hardcover copies of Christopher HitchensGod Is Not Great and Richard DawkinsThe God Delusion! The winner will get first pick!

If you’d like to win your own wristband, here is the new contest:

You went shopping at an atheist store.

What’s it called?

Where is it located?

What did you buy?

How much did it cost?

I want to know what your receipt looks like!

Send your final receipt to email.JPG

(Receipt maker courtesy of The Generator Blog)

Funny and creative answers will have a shot at winning!

Good luck!

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  • awh

    Damn! #3….

    I demand a wristband!

  • Ok, I had a go:

    Here’s my receipt.

  • awh — It shall come!

  • Wes

    Unholy crap, did I actually win something? I can’t remember the last time I won a contest. I’ve been blessed. So that means there is a God, which makes this contest the atheist’s worst nightmare. D’oh!

    I already have The God Delusion, so Christopher Hitchens it is! 🙂

  • Here is mine.

  • Derek H

    Mine is here.

  • Derek

    Mine is here.

  • Trevor

    Woah, seriously?

    I’m quite proud that the first time I’ve ever commented on here I won a book.

    And I will quite certainly take God Delusion, a book I’ve been meaning and meaning to read.

  • Trevor

    Ahh, no way to delete.

  • Trevor

    Quite proud.

  • And mine is here

  • Brandon
  • Wes
  • Ross
  • Derek

    I just realized mine didn’t work because of hotlinking, so here it is:

  • Cade

    Here’s mine.

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