Atheism and Mass Murder — Two Tastes That Go Great Together

We hear it all the time: “More people have been killed in the name of religion than of any other reason in world history!”

Dinesh D’Souza takes issue with that statement. D’Souza says that Atheism is much more murderous than religion ever has been.

I disagree with D’Souza’s opinion based on a technicality, because I’ve concluded that Atheism is a religion. The Atheist crusade has become a regular visit to the Church of the Non-Believer. A place where words of discouragement are the daily sermon, and everyone tithes 20 percent of their time to denying God a place in national discourse via protests and court proceedings. In other words, the Atheist’s quest has become everything he or she stands against – a religion practiced in, and forced upon, the general public.

Author: Doug Powers

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