I was introduced to the spirit of atheism in
the early seventies. The President of a major American atheistic
association was interviewed on a local TV station in my city. I was baffled
by the manís self-assuredness, his forcefulness and, most of all, his
arrogance. The man concluded the interview with the following perplexing statement: ďNo
intelligent mind would ever believe in God.Ē
The atheistís concluding remark stayed with me for a long time. Several
years later I decide to put his words to the test and went on to explore the
religious beliefs of the greatest minds of the past. In so doing, I
found that the atheistís assertion was almost completely false. The result
of my research led to the publication of the book,
God Seen Through
the Eyes of the Greatest Minds, a compilation of direct statements
from almost all of the greatest geniuses of the past in the fields of
Philosophy, Science, Literature, Art and Music, which prove unequivocally
that they held a firm belief in a Creator.
Since then, my
awareness of the impact of this relatively small minority has grown
significantly -- and so has my concern. For several decades a few, but
very fanatical and determined militant atheists have been transforming the
American landscape. Their dramatic success has had an inspirational impact
on other atheist groups worldwide who follow their tactics in their own
Since the advent
of the Internet, militant atheists have found a powerful new conduit to
propagate their views. Well-designed and well-funded web sites offer large
quantities of material against religion, and Christianity in particular.
Without doubt, these sites have already succeeded in converting many young
and impressionable believing minds into doubt and some into fanatical
atheism. High school teachers and University professors with an atheistic or agnostic bent have
further added to this trend by manipulating the minds of many young
believing students with their pernicious arguments.
Militant atheism should concern all believers. It is a form of fanaticism on
a par with extreme religious movements. Like religious extremism it is
characterized by intensity and arrogance. Like religious extremism it tears
at, and ridicules opposite viewpoints; it is often aggressive,
disrespectful, sarcastic, and intolerant. Its aim to kill faith and hope and
to leave as many victims as possible with a psychological vacuum that they
aim to fill with their empty and destructive ideas.
Furthermore, modern militant atheism has a radical agenda to make abortion
and euthanasia totally legal, to normalize and render acceptable all forms
of sexual deviations and to finally erase religion out of existence.
This site is meant to spotlight their agenda, their fanaticism,
their inaccuracies, their lies and their irrational thinking. Most of all, it is meant to provide ample
resources that effectively combat their attempts at weakening and
destroying the faith of the many.
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