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Why do Atheists have such a problem with Christians?

Updated on October 25, 2016

Why do Christians have a problem with Atheists:

This hubpage is written to debate the question and answer forum question - Why do Christians have such a problem with Atheists?


I am not responsible for the contents of the videos used in this hubpages article

I just think it would be interesting to put together a few You-tube videos to answer the question


WHY CHRISTIANS HAVE A PROBLEM WITH ATHEISTS?

It is argued that atheists simply do not believe in God - but is that true?

The comment made is - Why is it difficult for Christians to understand that atheists dismiss Christianity for the same reasons that Christians dismiss all other religions?

The writer of the Q/A topic, goes on to say that, the disbelief in the Christian God does not make atheists immoral, but the bible sounds like a "fairy tale gone too far". Thus atheists choose not to believe that there is a man in the sky watching us.

One main reason why Christians have a problem with atheists is, because the existence/non-existence of God is not the only issue that is being debated? The truth behind science is debated. Whether the world's geographical layout as taught in schools is accurate is debated. Real historical facts are debated. Mathematical operations are debated and the list goes on. Every subject (after being introduced) eventually leads to debates trying to prove the right from the wrong.

Thus, I ask the question - Why do Atheists have such a problem with Christians?

I have included a few You-tube videos in attempt to prove the point of the article..

Why do Christians have a problem with Atheists

Atheism is simply the lack of belief in a God, so why do Christians have a problem with atheists ?

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    • Kiss andTales profile image

      Kiss andTales 20 months ago

      Yes look at the very top of the feed page you will ser question , status , forum

      And the white space says whats on your mind.

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      Kiss andTales 20 months ago

      Well I believe at the top of the main feed page is three part activity , 1,question, 2, whats on your mind,3, hub , you can start there I believe.

      I may have to get back to you for more details.

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      Angele Parris 20 months ago

      How do start a forum, because I would really like this as a forum rather than a hubpage?

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      Kiss andTales 20 months ago

      Angele your question is an interesting one , but we must understand peoples beliefs are based on experiences and none experiences, none experience of a Divine creator is real to an Atheist as Christians having a spiritual experience. That they can relate to from the heart.

      A woman experience of female can not say she has experienced being a ful man mentally or physically, same with the man, can he say he can birth a child from his body, no , the experience only the woman can share.

      A man has things women can not do as experience, I would say their strength can be super, then a female.

      But the point is Atheists also have to be invited to a spiritual light of understanding, which is to say when it can happen is up to the Father, which is to say he loves us all , Jesus says come as he invites, we can not invite ouselfs

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      Mt 25:34“ Then the King will say to those on his right: ‘(Come ), you who have been blessed by my Father, inherit the Kingdom prepared for you from the founding of the world.

      He says come ! We can not say come it is not our invite.

      So as long as the end has not arrived they can change their perspective, also God can change his as to invite them.

      So we are not to force our spiritual experience on another , they must aquire their own. But we can share ours.