I hope there is no God


Is it possible that atheism is a kind of mental exercise in wish-fulfillment?

Perhaps those who reject God’s existence actually prefer a world without God.

Who wants to answer to God?

Some atheists would like us to believe that there is simply too much evidence against God. They mock belief in God by using silly comparisons with faith in Santa Clause or Easter Bunnies.

Lacking an ability to offer substantive responses to intelligent reasons for believing in God, many atheist resort to childish and demeaning reactions aimed at belittling believers.

Some of the serious minded atheists (and there are not many) are  willing to admit to deeper reasons for rejecting belief in God. Consider an example from a highly respected atheist.

An honest atheist speaks

“In speaking of the fear of religion, I don’t mean to refer to the entirely reasonable hostility toward certain established religions and religious institutions, in virtue…

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