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  1. Juan Martinez says:

    It has now come into the light fully that Atheism is at war with Theism, especially Christianity (i.e., Baghossian Book). I have argued with Atheist that Atheism is at best a reactionary political (i.e., who or what determines reality) whose ultimate goal seems to be a scientific dictatorship. Moreover, the simple, “lack of belief” definition is at best a smokescreen or a deceptive tactic that is belied by their activism, vehemence and belligerence towards Theism and in the case of Baghossian’s book the individual Theist themselves. Honestly, I feel sad for those that have allowed themselves to be de’converted of their faith in God. Like it or not, we are at war with Atheism because they are at war with us.

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