Christians Say the Darnedest Things: Atheists Will Cry Out “God Help Me” When They Die

geri-ungurean

But I will say this:  Find a person who not only claims to be an Atheist, but obsesses on pushing their atheistic views on others so as to recruit them; and I guarantee that if truth be told, and this person opened up about their life, you would find an ANGRY person.  You would find a person who blames the God whom they say does not exist, for something that happened in their life.

It’s truly sad. 

There is a saying that goes like this:   “There are no atheists in foxholes.”  I believe this is true. A lifelong “atheist”  will cry out  “God help me” when faced with death.

VERY TELLING.

Do you have a person in your life who claims to be an atheist?  I have many. But I came to the point when I realized that God must be the One who gets through to the “haters.”  The more you push against them, the nastier they become. The more Scripture you give to them, the more they laugh.

— Geri Ungurean, Absolute Truth From the Word of God, GOD HATERS Masquerading as ATHEISTS: We Know the Truth, April 16, 2019

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7 Comments

  1. Hugh D. Young

    I always say in cases like this-‘If your god is so OBVIOUSLY good and loving’ then why isn’t it OBVIOUS? ‘Free will’? ‘Adam & Eve chose to disobey’? Granting them that somehow the story is true… Why isn’t a ‘god’ big enough to create this universe, and everything in it, also big enough to just like, GET THE F OVER IT?

    I’ll never again be able to understand people who think this way, SMH.-

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  2. Brian Vanderlip

    Hi! I’m a twit who thinks she’s figured out the simple truth and I’m going to pass it along to you as the obvious miraclulous insight it is! (
    These dingbats insult me and are harmful to decency, to common decency. How can atheists be angry at at delusion, twit? We are angry at twits and dingbats and people who give up their lives to be the walking dead.)

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  3. Zoe

    Geri: “Do you have a person in your life who claims to be an atheist? I have many. But I came to the point when I realized that God must be the One who gets through to the “haters.” The more you push against them, the nastier they become. The more Scripture you give to them, the more they laugh.”

    Zoe: Do you have a person in your life who claims to be a Christian? I have many. But I came to the point of realization that their beef was not and is not with me. It is with their own belief-system. When some of them ask me questions, I have been mocked and laughed at and when I in turn quote Scripture back to them, they go silent.

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  4. ObstacleChick

    Zoe, that was awesome!

    I still think that Christians cannot comprehend that atheists DO NOT BELIEVE IN GODS. We are not mad at a deity or deities as we don’t believe in them. However I do get mad when Christians overstep their boundaries and try to tell me what I think when they either don’t bother to ask or do ask and don’t bother to listen.

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  5. Dave

    I work in health care and have seen many Christians fight death tooth and nail rather than peacefully pass into paradise. Clearly that belief is not nearly so strong when the grim reaper is standing at the door

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    1. Caroline

      Just this morning I was visiting with a friend whose 95 year old ATHEIST mother died a week ago. Her last words to her daughter who was there when she died: I love you. She died peacefully and with grace.

      My best friend, who was an evangelical Christian, died eight years ago. I miss her very much, but two weeks before she died (of cancer) she confided in me that she wasn’t sure anymore about God or anything she professed to believe. She was afraid to die (natural, I know) but I felt sad for her at the time that she couldn’t speak openly about her fears to the people she loved the most because she would be judged by them. I was always glad she had at least one friend who believed differently than she did and that she knew that I would not judge her. Funny story: When she was new at the evangelical thing she tried to save me, without success. She apologized for that before she died. She was a gem, just turned to that kind of belief system for reasons stemming from a very dysfunctional childhood in my opinion.

      Caroline

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  6. Ian for a long time

    I had something that almost killed me a few years ago. There was no cry out to Jesus, no reading my Bible, no searching my soul for comfort.

    I am at peace with death and dying. I don’t want to die, and I don’t want to be in pain, but I know it is the end of all things. I will be judged by those who have known me, not by an angry god who hates people that don’t believe in him.

    But, I don’t harbor any ill will for an atheist that cries out to a god in their time of need. Everyone wants to be comforted and no one wants to be scared. If that cry gives some comfort, then cry out. The smugness of saying there are no atheists I. Foxholes is horrible. People who say this are sure that the atheist ISN’T going to be saved and that this is a futile cry.

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