This is the most wonderful anti-atheism writing I’ve seen all day.
I think I came across a quintuple-negative in one of these sentences…
Like their denial of God, atheists are also in adamant denial that their non-belief in God is a religious endeavor. Atheism in fact is a lot of ‘denial’ because they not only deny that they deny that God exists, they deny that they believe that God does not exist. Many atheists also deny that they have any faith in their denial that God exists yet many of them will deny that statement is true because many of them also deny that they have faith in their thinking that God does not exist and also many deny that truth exists. Thus in their saying that truth does not exist, they can deny that it is true that their non-belief in God requires of them any actual thought over their motto of, “Atheism is a religion like not collecting stamps is a hobby.” It seems as if atheists have something against both, collecting stamps and Christ Jesus.
If you think that’s amusing, check out the rest of the piece.
The author thinks our debaptism ceremonies are some sort of ritual (rather than an entertaining, random way to spend an afternoon).
He also thinks the Scarlet A is our version of the Christian cross and we worship it:
Another item of strong evidence pointing to atheism being a religion is the extravagant respect and admiration for and devotion to their symbol of the letter “A” which they hold in great esteem which they call, “Scarlet Letter.” This worship symbol they proudly and broadly display apparently as an idol. You will notice it in many places where atheists congregate as they display it proudly as though it was as significant as the cross that Christ Jesus was crucified upon.
I’m tempted to call it a Poe, but I think it’s for real. I’m not sure if that’s funny or just depressing.