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Today provided the most wonderful encounters with birds, ducks and especially ducklings ...

Once I became accustomed to appreciating beautiful things each and every day I marvelled at the mystery of humankind filling their souls, minds, thoughts and words with negativity of all sorts.  Life is too short to waste it away in conflict & competition with anyone else and/or everyone else.  

Try peace & peacefulness as a full-time, life-consuming pursuit.  

Yesterday I mentioned that I haven't ever found a happy atheist in decades of looking.  In response to this comment there were a number of evidently extremely unhappy atheists insisting that they are happy, evidently the sort of happiness which masks itself with a perpetual frown.

Some of the atheists thought it wise to respond by criticizing and insulting Christianity.  While I could become offended by such statements there is nothing terrible which an atheist could say about either the Bible or Christianity which I haven't already said to fundamentalists hundreds of times and will probably say again should the situation arise.  

I accept and reject all religions.  I love the world's religions.  I love all the Scriptures.  I accept, tolerate and am merciful to all ... including the atheists.  

Has anyone ever noticed how emotional and defensive atheists become when they are criticized?  It is quite astonishing that people who spend so much time criticizing everyone else might react in that way to criticism.  

Don't cry when I criticize atheism's blind faith, infinite regress and willingness to form an alliance with fundamentalist Christians as it seeks to engage in a crusade against Islam.  Criticism of this sort is actually beneficial to atheism.

Did anyone watch Sam Harris on Bill Maher last week?

At approximately 1:10 into that clip Sam Harris says:

"Atheism has no content ... "

In other words: Atheism is an intellectual vacuum.  Atheism is an empty vesserl.  To argue with an atheist is to engage in futile game of shadowboxing.

Now here is a trivial question for the atheists:

What do Michael Savage, Sam Harris and Ann Coulter have in common?

You will find the answer right here:

It is really vile, sickening stuff.  Sam Harris engages in prejudice-pandering, fearmongering and warmongering against the Muslims.  He is not alone is spreading irrational fear and hatred on behalf of justifying warfare and violence against the Muslims.  

Atheism can align itself with fundamentalist Christianity against Islam because atheism lacks content and morality. There are no moral principles of atheism which forbids prejudice, bigotry, hatred, violence and warfare.

Atheism has a lot to answer for its leadership between 2003 - 2008.  Atheism failed.

David Mathews

Originally posted to dmathew1 on Thu Aug 27, 2009 at 01:12 PM PDT.

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