Is Atheism a philosophy of truth concerning the subjective mind of man? I don’t think so…
Atheist or Anti-theist, James Robinson, stated: “I do say that atheism is a philosophy that speaks about the truth of [the] subjective mind of man.”
Response to James,
Atheism is a scam, a sham, a facade, a lie, for men and women seeking to justify behavior they intuitively know runs afoul of the Natural Law, Divine Law, Moral Law, that has been written upon our heart by our Creator from The Beginning (Romans 2:15). The disobedience of the Atheist is not the resultant of subjectivity but of rebellion; in fact, there are no true Atheists…only those living in self-deception in a facade of unbelief.
Atheism is fertile ground for foolishness, obfuscation, sexual immorality, rebellion, antisocial conduct, naturalism (Darwin’s nonsense), moral relativism, all of which are demonically inspired and ultimately destroy the mind, body and soul of the participant (Ephesians 4:17-19).
Atheism is a practice in futility by those who reject what they intuitively know exists i.e. our Creator (Romans 1:18-32).
Atheism and its demonic tenets of secularism, nihilism, moral relativism, naturalism, infanticide, sexual perversion, socialism, communism, will be the downfall of America’s Constitutional Republic in Progressive Socialism and apostasy under God’s wrath and judgment.
Atheism and rampant sexual immorality, sexual confusion, destruction of the Biblical family unit, mass murder of the pre-born baby, are the tell-tale signs that a people, a society, a nation, are under God’s wrath and that a nation’s people have been given-over to internalize a debased mind to do those things which are not proper and are self-destructive (Romans 1:18-32; 2 Timothy 3:1-5).
The Truth remains, Atheism is a tool of Satan to deceive and seduce “many” to death in sin and death in Hell via the rejection of Jesus Christ as Lord (John 10:10; Matthew 7:13-14).
Atheist, Aldous Huxley, said…
“For myself, as, no doubt, for most of my contemporaries, the philosophy of meaninglessness was essentially an instrument of liberation. The liberation we desired was simultaneously liberation from a certain political and economic system and liberation from a certain system of morality. We objected to the morality because it interfered with our sexual freedom.”