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God Wants Me to be an Atheist

Theists always ask me why I don’t believe in God. I usually rattle off any number of reasons why I think that the whole idea of God is ridiculous, silly, and illogical. Somehow, that doesn’t seem to convince them since they tend to ask me the same question again at a later time. I guess the best answer that I can really give is to let them know that God wants me to be an atheist.

We first have to define God and there are probably three common ways to do this. The first is to just accept the mainstream definition which is that God is the all-powerful, all-knowing, omni-present, creator of the universe. That is just the bare basic definition. Another definition would be Anselm’s definition which states that God is the being to which no greater being can be conceived. This too is a pretty basic definition. The third definition would be that being described in the Bible. This one is a bit more particular. This definition defines God as a Jealous, angry, wrathful, tyrant. But who am I to judge?

The point is that regardless of which definition you choose to use, it is clear that whatever God wants he gets. If God wants me to believe in him, then God would know the exact piece of evidence needed to convince me of his existence and God would have the power to present that evidence. Yet I still don’t believe. The logical conclusion would be that either God doesn’t really want me to believe in him or that God doesn’t actually exist.

Theists always talk about God’s divine plan and yet I am still a non-believer. So I must conclude that either my non-belief is part of God’s divine plan or that God doesn’t actually exist. Either way there is no reason why a believer should try to convert me into a believer. To do so would be to go against God’s divine plan. If God wanted me to believe, he would present the precise evidence that he knows would convince me.

That’s the real problem with being all-powerful and all-knowing there really is no need for human beings to do your work since you can do it more efficiently. So if God really needs to do his own dirty work and if he wants me to believe in him, then I would obviously believe in him. For the record I don’t, so it must be God’s will.

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  • http://www.myspace.com/diana_graves Diana

    I love that new movie, The Invention of Lying. The man in the sky does bad things, the man in the sky does good things…and a man yells from the audience, “Screw the man in the sky!”

    If we believe in a divine plan of some sort then we really can’t blame anyone for anything they do. God has planned for us to do horrible crimes, and we must abide by god’s plan.

    God made me rape you…he must have because I did, and since it happened it was part of his plan. He wanted this to happen, so stop crying and just accept it. God wanted me to rape you….Yeah, real moral book there…

    Got gets what god wants, we mere mortals are but Pons for his amusement; created as some strange experiment. And we wonder why Christians suffer from depression.

  • http://www.myspace.com/itsahicke Her3tiK

    The divine plan argument completely nullifies any semblance of free will we are said to be granted. If, at the end of the day, everything God planned to happen did happen, then we had no say in any action that brought said acts about. Christians can no more stop converting us than we can stop debunking their nonsense. It must be nice to miss such gaping holes in one’s logic.

    • http://www.dangeroustalk.net Staks

      Not a gap in my logic, I don’t believe in the divine plan.

  • http://www.poweressence.com/ Maxwell Jennings

    Suck it, Jesus! I am the one and only savior of myself and the creator of my own life. I take full responsibility for my actions and the results there of. I make my own decisions without the need for outside influences and control over me as an individual. Therefore, I claim to be the one and only god for me and I respect you all as god-people in your own unique lives! I do not bow to or salute anyone along the highway of life as being an authority over me. So, suck it Holy Spirit, and suck it Allah, and Satan, and Odin, and Zeus, and Muhammad, and L. Ron Fucktard! You have nothing on me or over me, no matter how many con-games you prophesize and fictionalize, nor how many people believe you!

  • http://www.poweressence.com/ Maxwell Jennings

    So, in that context, Staks, you as your own god really do want you to be an atheist!

  • Barry

    What the Holy C would say is that God wants you believe on faith, in the face of no evidence. So, He doesn’t want you to be an atheist, just an idiot.

    • http://www.myspace.com/DD_NU4EVER Diana

      Barry…I feel sorry for you.

      FYI, I’ve learned that curse words carry more weight on paper than in air, so use them sparingly when blogging. It distracts from your message and draws attention to your emotions, which can be seen as a blinding liability.

      Please, read the bible. Start at the beginning and don’t skip about or ask for help.

      • Mike

        Strange, I’ve never heard the word “idiot” called a curse word before. :D

      • Mike

        Oh yeah… and don’t you know… to be an atheist a prerequisite is you have to have read the Bible. :D :D

  • John

    There’s one important thing that you’ve forgotten Staks

  • http://www.myspace.com/rothtalltales Tralf

    The world looks just as it would without a God, with believers in hundreds of differing religions and nonbelievers in hundreds of differing religions.

    The chaotic nature of things points to a lot of free HUMAN free will being exercised but not a trace of GOD’S will in the mix.


  • Deadly Furby

    Quote: “If God wanted me to believe, he would present the precise evidence that he knows would convince me.”

    The problem is that the people wanting to “talk to you about God” believe that they are the ones, sent by their god, to convince you!

    • http://www.dangeroustalk.net Staks

      Why does God NEED someone to convince me? Why can’t God do his own dirty work?

      • Deadly Furby

        Because “he moves in mysterious ways”?