Why Atheists are right

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I view the title, “Why Atheists are Right”, as relating to behavior. I am an atheist, but I can’t say that all atheists are right, or that religious believers are right. I think it is all a matter of opinion and what you believe in. However, I think that atheists are right in how they act and view other people.

I’ve encountered many vile Christians in my lifetime. When they find out that I don’t believe in God, it’s almost like I am no longer a person to them. I can’t have an opinion or belief that is different from theirs, otherwise all hell breaks loose. They try to belittle me in any way possible. They are right. I am wrong. End of story. They don’t let me get a single sentence out without interrupting me and going on and on about why believing in God is right, and how the Bible proves there was a God.

How exactly does the Bible prove there was a God or Jesus?

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It was written by neither of them. Nor was it written by any historical figures. It was written by a man who we know nothing about. There are many fictional stories, and how do we know the Bible isn’t one of them? It could all be a pigment of someone’s imagination. The only thing the Bible proves is the penmanship of the person who wrote it.

Atheists don’t judge or look down upon other people for what they do or do not believe in. We don’t shove the act of atheism down someone’s throat as Christian’s shove their religion down ours. We have respect, and in that way, we are right.

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