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100+ Silly Google Questions About Atheism

Updated on September 14, 2019
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100+ Silly Google Questions About Atheists

What are the 100 stupidest Google searches people have asked about atheism, and how do atheists fair?

Well in case you're wondering how people really feel, then take a quick look at this sample of Google searches about atheism.

  1. Are atheist evil
  2. Are atheist satanist
  3. Are atheist antichrist
  4. Are atheist communists
  5. Are atheist going to hell
  6. Are atheist rational
  7. Are atheist stupid
  8. Does atheism kill
  9. Does atheism have morals
  10. Does atheism make sense

Okay so let's address the big fat elephant in the room first. Apparently a lot of individuals are wondering if atheists are scumbags who should either burn in hell or worship Satan.

Surprised?

If you've been online and on the message boards long enough, then probably not. However this is just a taste, and there's plenty more to look through if you're allured.

Can you get through the next 90 stupid Google questions about atheism without losing your sanity?

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11.
Are atheist bigots
12.
Are doctors atheist
13.
Are emos atheist
14.
Are french atheist
15.
Are atheist illuminati
16.
Are jewish atheist
17.
Are japanese atheist
18.
Are vietnamese atheist
19.
Are psychologists atheist
20.
Are philosophers atheist

Are Atheists Doctors and Psychologists?

In this set of questions, specific careers and nationalities are being targeted. It may be mindless curiosity, but it's also pure ignorance to identify certain groups as being atheist.

What does this say about different cultures, races, and ethnicities when it comes to religious beliefs?

Based on those Google questions, I suppose everyone's got them all figured out and it's terrifying to witness.

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21.
Are atheist groups tax exempt
22.
Are atheist narcissistic
23.
Are atheist racist
24.
Are the underachievers atheist
25.
Are atheist violence
26.
Does atheism exist
27.
Does atheist worship the devil
28.
Does atheism affect society
29.
Does atheist believe in god
30.
Does atheist believe in ghosts

Tax Exempt Non Believers

I was floored when I discovered people have searched this on Google. How in the world could someone who doesn't believe in a higher power be tax exempt. If that were the case, then we'd all be atheists.

Other piques of interest that arose was the wonderment of a spiritual connection, aka ghosts. Honestly I wasn't sure whether to put this in the dumb or inquisitive category because it's not an off the wall question.

However there's just a little too much confusion and not enough intrigue.

31.
Does atheism cause depression
32.
Does atheism correlate with intelligence
33.
Where does atheism come from
34.
Does atheism count as a religion
35.
Does atheism have a founder
36.
Does atheism have a symbol
37.
Does atheism poison everything
38.
Does communism promote atheism
39.
Does atheist get married
40.
Do atheist have a church
41.
Do atheist have a higher iq
42.
Do atheist believe in heaven
43.
Do atheist celebrate birthdays
44.
Do atheist celebrate holidays
45.
Do atheist commit more crimes
46.
Do atheist eat babies
47.
Do atheist fall in love
48.
Do atheist have souls
49.
Do atheist say oh my god
50.
Do atheist swear on the bible in court
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The Founding Fathers of Atheism

Certain individuals would like to know about the beginnings of atheism. Who were the founding fathers and where did it come from.

Considering atheism indicates a non-religious belief system, then those questions have very little merit. I suppose you could put the blame on scientists and revolutionary thinkers like Einstein, Galileo or Aristotle, but it's a very vague origin story.

The other questions in this set are a combination of idiocy and fascination (riding that fine line), but again it's a little too biased to be taken seriously.

When people say "oh my god", is it merely common rhetoric or are they really referring to god; my bet is on the former.

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51.
Do atheist have rights
52.
Do atheist read the bible
53.
Do atheist say bless you
54.
Do atheist say the pledge of allegiance
55.
Do atheist say rest in peace
56.
Do atheist celebrate new year
57.
Why are atheist so angry
58.
Why are atheist so hateful
59.
Why are comedians atheist
60.
Why are chinese atheist
61.
Why are atheist so mean
62.
Why are the mythbusters atheist
63.
Why are nerds atheist
64.
Why are physicists atheist
65.
Why are atheist so rude
66.
Can atheist and christian date
67.
Can atheist and christian be friends
68.
Can atheist be saved
69.
Can atheist be happy
70.
Can an atheist date a mormon

Rude and Nasty Atheists

My guess is that those who have googled about atheists being a spawn of Satan also think they're rude, nasty people.

I could be wrong but normally there's a correlation between the two. Some people have also asked whether or not atheists should celebrate holidays or have rights.

Yes there are people asking if atheists should have rights!

But to be fair if they think they worship the devil, then why would a bunch of hell-raisers have any rights.

A lot of these questions would probably make a non-believer cringe. In fact, they'd probably turn rude and nasty from the sample list alone at the top.

71.
Can atheist date a catholic
72.
Can an atheist ever be president
73.
Can atheist run for office
74.
Can atheist be forgiven
75.
Can atheist have morals
76.
Can atheist join the military
77.
Can an atheist join boy scouts
78.
Can atheist love
79.
Can atheist lie
80.
Can an atheist live a moral life
81.
Can an atheist run for office in Texas
82.
Can an atheist read the bible
83.
Can an atheist serve on a jury
84.
Can you atheist still celebrate christmas
85.
Can an atheist testify in court
86.
Can atheist go to church
87.
Can an atheist work at chick fil a
88.
Can an atheist practice yoga
89.
Will good atheist go to hell
90.
Will college make you an atheist

Can an Atheist Be President?

This one shocked me. Can an atheist run for office, can they serve on a jury, and can they join the military?

There's a ton of political and social questions in this group, and this time I can't say it's strictly curiosity. The fact that people are questioning whether an atheist should serve in the military is completely insane.

My goodness there's even a Google question about whether or not they're allowed to join the boy scouts.

Or how about this...

Can an atheist love or lie...So if you don't believe in a god or higher power then you lack the ability to love and lie?

I scoff in amazement...Thank you Google for showing me society's innermost secrets.

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91.
Can an atheist meditation
92.
How was atheism created
93.
How is atheism practiced
94.
Should atheist be allowed to vote
95.
Should atheist be banned
96.
Should atheist be killed
97.
What should atheist do in church
98.
Should atheist be allowed to marry
99.
Should I divorce my atheist husband
100.
Can you atheist buddhist

Why Atheism Should Be Banned

You know what...these questions are kind of sad because there are places in the world where these ideas are legitimate even in 2019.

It also furthers negative assumptions about Atheism and how it's the ultimate sin. People are treating them as serial killers or terrorists who need to be destroyed.

But whether or not you agree with atheism doesn't make these questions any less ridiculous to type in on Google. If anything it should make you more culturally aware about various perceptions on non-believers and their feelings towards them.

Well there you have it...

Those were the 100 silliest Google questions about atheism and atheists, so what do you think?

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How would you rate those Google questions?

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