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Regarding Evil Five Errors Atheists Make

Error Of Inclusivity:

Atheists say god is evil, they say theists are prone to all sorts of evil acts. Fish eat other fish this only proves they are predators. It does not make the fish who eat diatoms a different kind of fish. Nor does it mean red fish that eat other fish are somehow more evil than other species of fish who are also predators. What we mean by this is that claiming theists murder people does not demonstrate murders and theists are equivalents. It is an irrelevant statement because no one has claimed theists are incapable of murder. Additionally, theism is an undefinable category. If you define all theist as humans and humans kill people, one will have demonstrated that theists kill people.

Error Of False Purpose:

The claim that theists are evil falls afoul of the error of false purpose. No one has claimed that religion removes all sin from believers. It is not a failure of religion or a falsifier of its claims to demonstrate it does not do which it was never intended to do. In fact Christianity exist precisely because religion does not and cannot perfect human beings. Christianity is a response to the reality that no matter who we are or what we believe we are going to fall far, far short of the Glory of God.

Error Of False Equivalence:

God and evil may be related in some way but that does not make them equivilent. Religion and evil may also have some kind of relationship but that does not demonstrate they are one and the same. It needs to be demonstrate all evil is done by God or all theists are evil and all evil is religion based and there is no good within theism and no evil outside of this, which no liberal will attempt to do.

Liberals are victims of their own relativity. They see good and evil as being on the same continuum and so theists need not be evil in an absolutist sense of the word, they only need to be, in the eyes of liberals, worse than atheists. But the problem here is that atheists are the standard. Of course theists will not measure up to a standard provided by the atheists own self.

Error Of False Importance:

Your opinion does not demonstrate merit. Atheists all tend to have a god complex. They believe their opinions are important, they think they are the judge of good and evil and they believe they are the standard by which good and evil are measured. These are the attributes and claims of God. They are not transferrable to men.



Error Of False Standards:

When atheists get around to judging Christians they use themselves as the standard. Atheists area not the standard for goodness. This is a fundamental error they make. They cannot be judge, contestant and standard and jury all rolled into one. This is not what the rest of the world would consider an objective or justifiable conclusion. It is simply an exercise in Confirmation Bias.