The fact is a world without God is a world without foundation. It is ultimately a world where we lose everything that is important to us.
As we discussed before, we are talking about the dangers of atheism. But most importantly, I want to kind of get something out of the way right now. The biggest critique I’ve ever received from my books Atheism Kills and now Atheism Destroys, is that I’m arguing atheism is an ideology.
Most people, most atheists, will say “What are you talking about, Mr. Lurie? Atheism isn’t an ideology, it simply means that I don’t believe in God. You can believe what you want to believe but I, the atheist, don’t want to believe your nonsense, so therefore, what’s the big deal?” That attitude is wrong. It is in fact an ideology.
To say that atheism is not an ideology, because you don’t believe in God, is like saying you don’t believe in hygiene, and therefore there are no consequences that flow from that. Of course there are.
You could also say, “I don’t believe in rearing children correctly — or raising them whatsoever.” But that also has its consequences.
So to say that atheism is not an ideology, with its own precepts and leaders and followers, to say that, is to say the same thing as not caring for hygiene, education, law and order, and all those other things we could possibly mention.
The fact is, a world without God is a world without foundation. It is ultimately a world where we lose everything that is important to us. That is what we will be focusing on and we will be discussing how atheism destroys one bit at a time.
And how we must always move forward for the greater betterment of our society by embracing God back into the town hall center.