Christians Say the Darnedest Things: Atheists KNOW the Evangelical God Exists

there is no such thing as an atheist

 For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men, who hold the truth in unrighteousness;  Because that which may be known of God is manifest in them; for God hath shewed it unto them. For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead; so that they are without excuse (Romans 1:19,20)

According to verses 19 and 20, who knows God exists? That’s right, everybody. So, on the basis of the Word of God, there are no atheists; there are only people who suppress the truth that they know about God in their unrighteousness. In other words, they don’t want God to exist so they can live however they wish.

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Many professing atheists will say there is not enough evidence to conclude the existence of God, or that God has not proven Himself to them. But the Bible says there is more than enough evidence to prove God’s existence (again, see vs. 19-20). He has demonstrated Himself through creation and the conscience. The problem is not a lack of evidence, but an unwillingness to believe. Notice the underlined portions and see that professing atheists willfully reject the truth they know about God and will therefore experience God’s judgment unless they repent. Moreover, they hate God (Romans 1:30). They may deny it, but it’s true. Many professing atheists are “former” Christians and began to profess atheism either after a tragedy they experienced, or in rebellion against their parents/the Church [It is evident Jimmy doesn’t know any ex-Evangelicals who are now atheists]. This is evidence of their hatred toward God.

Many professing atheists say, “If God were to show me a sign, I would believe.” However, that is also false. Many people saw the signs, wonders, and miracles Jesus performed while He walked the earth, yet not everyone believed on Him. This is further support for my claim that it’s not a problem of evidence for the supposed atheist. It’s merely a ploy to mask their unwillingness to believe.  If God showed them a sign, they would find a way to explain it away. Because they don’t want to acknowledge and submit to the God they know exists.

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So, while progressing atheists claim to not believe in the existence of God, God says in His Word that atheists don’t exist. “Let God be true, but every man a liar.” Hence, Christian, next time you are in a discussion with someone and they claim to be an atheist, don’t believe them.

— Jimmy, Gpluslighthouse: Valiant for Truth, God Doesn’t Believe in Atheists, August 14, 2018

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3 Comments

  1. ObstacleChick

    Well now I feel better knowing that Jimmy knows the truth about what I am thinking. I guess I was confused about being an atheist, and here I am really actually believing in God because of all the massive evidence. And there is no excuse for me not to believe – I am just mad at God and want to go about sinning 24/7. Thanks for clearing that up, Jimmy.

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  2. Nate Klaiber

    I’ve heard this many times. I want to be fair with the believer who poses this question to me. I simply ask: “What’s a term that describes your lack of belief in all of the other god(s) that are not your God?” I think defining the terms are important. They obviously don’t believe in all of the other religions in the world. Whenever they find that word I say “That’s me, only I apply your God as well.”

    I find this argument disingenuous and intellectually dishonest. They use the term ‘evidence’ very loosely. Through creation? All the while denying the horrendous things that happen in nature on a daily basis. The “creation” that infects and kills innocent men, women, and children. Through conscience? If this were true, wouldn’t we see a net positive result from a specific religion where everyone believed and acted in the same manner (objectively) and in alignment with their holy book?

    Or I could just go the other way and tell them “Zeus says in his words that Christians don’t exist, therefore I don’t believe you when you say you’re a Christian.” See how childish this sounds?

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  3. oldbroad1

    Omg- just no! It’s not logical. That is all.

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