Shockingly Humerous

If you are not aware of the organized evangelism of the new order Atheists, you should be. Over the past twenty years a new breed of Atheism has risen from the lofty towers of obscure intellectualism, but much of what they are using as propaganda falls short of intelligence.

Any denial of the existence of God falls into the realm of faith, for there is simply no means of proving or disproving the existence of the supernatural. The new atheists know this, and so they have redirected their attacks slightly away from God and clearly toward the Church. For a good introduction to this new breed and their efforts pick up and read Dr. Al Mohler’s new book Atheism Remix.

But, if you want to know some of their tactics in spreading their message you need look no further than the side of a city bus. Aparently their method of evangelism is to post anti-God propoganda on the side of city buses so that as we sip our lattes we can be made to weigh ideological issues. Yet, the slogans they are using may do little to further their cause.

So what is their message?  “There’s probably no God.  Now stop worrying and enjoy your life.” Perhaps, you agree that the idea is shocking, but hopefully you chuckle with me as you realize that their great effort falls flat with the use of the word probably.

If you concur you might want to check out Dr. Mohler’s blog and see his recent post of this issue…for a good quick laugh.


About Justin Wheeler

Justin Wheeler is the preaching pastor of Cornerstone Baptist Church in Wylie, TX. He is married to Leigh and has three children.
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1 Response to Shockingly Humerous

  1. Leigh says:

    that’s funny.

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