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The Modern Atheist

Types of modern atheism today

Atheism today is a marriage of Darwinism, humanism, and a woke left-liberal agenda. They see the concept of God as opium for the masses—a product of necessity for organized religions that dictate an arbitrary and capricious moral fiat.

Similar to what Satanist organizations push, their crusade is to shame Christians and mock the God of the Bible. Hence the lowly argument of the Flying Spaghetti Monster. Atheists today are merely a leftover of classical atheism that’s no longer intellectual.

a leftover of classical atheism that’s no longer intellectual.

Agnostic

The concept of God is unknown and probably unknowable, like an invisible force that is impersonal. It is beyond human understanding; therefore, you can neither prove nor refute God’s existence.

Example: Carrie Fischer (Princess Leia) is “seeker-agnostic.” She was raised protestant but described herself as an “enthusiastic agnostic who would be happy to be shown that there is a God.”

Antitheist or Militant Atheist

There is no creator, hence no God. These people uphold everything evolved from nothing. They deny a creator and actively pursue the “religion of atheism.”

Example: Richard Dawkins considers himself agnostic, but his passion for antitheism makes him a “militant atheist.” He champions Darwin’s faulty evolution theory that “nothing came out of nothing.”

Humanists or Existentialist

There is no God, but a “universal force” exists in all of us. Thus we are the “little gods” of the universe. Some are intellectuals who seek the betterment of society by promoting humanity.

Immanuel Kant embodies the early new age. He argued we could only know things we can experience, but God and the soul we cannot, which makes sense for an unbeliever or an atheist. No wonder Jesus said, “Blessed are those who have not seen but believed.”

Example: Philosopher and novelist Ayn Rand. She is an intellectual atheist, freethinker, and humanist, all at the same time.

→ Humanists: A new breed of fake Christianity.

Freethinkers or Intellectual Atheist

Spirituality and morality are defined by logic and reason. Not from God because he does not exist; it is loosely interpreted to mean that you are “free to think” how you want to live a life devoid of God’s moral clauses.

Example: Traditionally, these are the likes of Robert Ingersoll or William Du Bois. Today, most of them are LGBTQ people who call themselves “freethinkers” because it frees them from guilt, if not the fear of hell.

Albert Einstein denies he is an atheist. His belief in socialism and liberalism typifies a freethinker. Although he acknowledged God exists, he is neither comprehensible nor personal. He describes himself as a religious nonbeliever.

Are we born good or bad?

Modern Pantheist (Multi-theism)

Pantheism believes no God exists, but the combined substance, forces, and laws manifested in the existing universe. In short, there is no distinct or personal god. But conversely, we are all gods.

Pantheism comes from the Greek word pan (all) and Theos (God). Anything with power on earth (or cosmos) is a fundamental god. In its broadest term, pantheists worship a panoply of gods.

Examples: famous pantheists include Albert Einstein, Carl Sagan, and Emily Dickinson. Today, Michio Kaku and Elon Musk are said to be pantheists.

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God-haters, Deniers, and the Brights

Early in 2000, a group of atheists wanted to refurbish the image of atheists. They’ve been called heathens associated with dark forces and immoral behavior for so long. Today, they want to be called the “Brights” who aspire to an egalitarian civic vision.

Others are God-haters and Deniers who want to label themselves with new descriptors. Their unbelief goes further by hating the very idea that God exists, which is common among millennials. To them, if there is God, he should be “punished” for his lousy job. Their painful experience is blamed on God, thus denying He exists.

Example: Investigative journalist Lee Strobel was a God-hater and denier who saw God as unloving. Hence, he declared himself to be an atheist.

Today, “the Brights” is an anti-God movement associated with wokeism.

Intellectual atheists who became Christians.

Religious Agnostics

God’s existence is based on feelings and circumstances. Thus, there are seasons of nihilism and doubts. For the most part, God is somewhat real but impersonal.

Example: Michael and Lisa Gungor were Christians who evangelized and praised Jesus. For them, Christianity is “conservative and militant.”

Well, God doesn’t make an apology for His wrath and the judgment to come for the wicked. The Gungors formed their home church devoid of scriptures and who God truly is.

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The Last Supper of scientists, atheists. (PHOTO via Curious Christian)

A new form of atheism that labels itself “Christian”

Today, many preachers claim to be Christians yet deny the deity of Jesus. They see Him as merely a way to God. Blessings and prosperity are the meat of their game, essentially making them anti-Christs who deny the truth of God. Examples are a parley of progressive woke churches, humanist religions, and personalists.

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