A Manual for Creating [totally unreasonable] Atheists

This made me laugh out loud. I have debated several of the truly UNREASONABLE atheists. To be fair, many atheists are very reasonable. But for those that aren’t, this post is all about them and perfectly satirizes their arguments. Just epic.


This blog post will teach you how to talk people out of their faith. You’ll learn how to ridicule the faithful through mockery, because this kind of behavior will force them to value reason and rationality, cast doubt on their beliefs, and mistrust their faith. I call this activist approach to helping people overcome their faith, “Street Awesomeness”.
The goal of this blog post is to create a generation of Street Awesomes: people equipped with an array of dialectical and clinical tools who actively go into the streets, the prisons, the bars, the churches, the schools, the community, and ESPECIALLY THE INTERNET — into any and every place the faithful reside— and help them abandon their stupid religion and embrace atheism.
Enter the Street Awesome: an inarticulate, unclear, unhelpful voice with an unremitting desire to force people into overcome their faith and to create a better world— a world that…

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Posted on March 22, 2014, in Apologetics. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Newton and Copernicus were both theists. Whose Galilei? And Newton wasn’t just a theist, he was also a pseudo-scientist and a STRONG theist. Einstein was an agnostic, Mendel was a Catholic (Augustinian monk). And here’s a neat, nice work of Lord Kelivn’s seemingly non-existent Christian faith.
    (This is Richard Dawkins-esque atheism here–sarcasm)

  2. The manual for creating atheists is called The Institutes of the Christian Religion, by Jean Calvin.

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