It was only a matter of time before the world’s newest cult morphed into a fully-fledged religion; welcome to the deceit of atheism and welcome to the atheist church.
Atheist places of worship seem to be springing up across the western world faster than you can say, ‘mosque’. These dark establishments might soon be competing with McDonald’s franchises in search of those prime locations and even offering ungodly drive-throughs where one could upsize your Unhappy Meal.
Like any cult, atheism started underground; like S & M dungeons and Satanism. Those promoting the atheist cult had to ensure cloak & dagger secrecy so that their new religion could stay shrouded in darkness and secrecy.
As our millennium clock ticked over past 2000, the atheist church leaders have been more brazen in flaunting their atheist theology and deceitful agenda.
No longer is the cult bound to atheist bible-study groups like Rumbles or Skeptics in the Pub, now they’ve gone mainstream with their religion, pushing atheist theology through mediums like TV, the Internet, podcasts, conventions and of course, cluttering up forums like this one with their drivel.
I suppose that the world’s established religions cannot hold a monopoly on religion, just like the atheist cult cannot claim science as their own. So I guess a ‘welcome’ to the newest religion, atheism, is in order?
Not only does the new religion of atheism have its own place, now listed among the world’s more recognised religions, but they have their own symbol too. Yes, that curvy, effeminate looking ‘A’, which coincidently is the same symbol for Anti-Christ. Hmmm...
Some of the newest atheist church establishments include this one in London, England:
And these two, which have gone mod, launching their atheist ministries online:
(Check out the convenient feature that allows atheists to tithe money online. How thoughtful).
For those not getting their weekly fix of atheist theology through atheist bible-study groups like Rumbles and Skeptics in bars, you can always tune into atheist sermons like these:
Or you can listen to ‘popular’ atheist televangelists like these deluded fools on, The atheist Experience:
So much like all atheistic theology and doctrine, I do understand if this has all been just too much to digest. But it’s been worth setting the record straight on the atheist cult, sorry, religion that seems to have come of age with its insignificant pocket of deluded disciples.
The atheist gods have really pulled a number on the handful of deceived atheists who have been spending their hard-earned cash, buying atheist books and other merchandise, attending atheist conventions and tithing to atheist churches. Talk about a money spinner! No doubt the atheist false prophets are smiling all the way to the bank.
Lastly, unlike the established religions of the world that provide aid and need to society for all people of whichever religious dispensation, atheism should not be allowed to piggy-back off the free-pass in not paying their taxes. That privilege should remain reserved for the world’s older religions that do actually add value to people’s lives and that do have a purpose in this world.