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Should Atheism Be Illegal In America?

Should Atheism Be Illegal In America? 2014-11-28

First off, there is a growing problem here in the states. The name of this problem is known as “Atheism”. Its known to be unhealthy for the individual who believes in it.

For starters, being an ‘atheist’, is a sin. Believing in god(s) is natural human psychological behavior. It doesn’t matter what type of god you worship, whether it’s an idol (Justin Bieber, Michael Jackson, Lady Gaga, Lebron James, Gordon Ramsay…etc.), or spiritual.

Most societies have believed in some sort of deity and even in ancient times. This doesn’t mean that Atheism isn’t unconstitutional. Freedom of religion doesn’t mean freedom from religion.

Take a look at that coin in your pocket and see Who we trust in.

Atheism is a huge sin that is respectively, compared to other sins like murder, rape and theft. Although it is wrong for the U.S. to allow Atheism, people who are atheists, have corrupted minds or ‘misguided’ minds.

According to 10 years of research, most atheists choose not to go to college. On top of that, there a significant number of notable Christians who have chosen the opposite path from an atheist: Marilyn Monroe George W. Bush, Benjamin Franklin, Gandhi, and a large portion of republicans. If we switch teams here, notable atheists can be constantly found in prisons, night clubs…etc.

Osama Bin Laden, Edward Snowden, Saddam Hussein, Julian, Assange, Adolf Hitler, the man who murdered Hitler…etc. While these statistics are significant, we do think that atheism should be banned in the U.S. Death penalty is common in some countries, but that shouldn’t be necessary here in the United States.

The biggest fact is that children influenced by atheism are turning them to drugs, homosexuality and other Godless behavior. There are more severe problems in this world, but one problem that is deteriorating and can cause the U.S. to flip over, is atheism. The movement to make Atheism illegal in America should begin as soon as possible.


Written by Danny Rogers