Why Atheists Are Stupid Morons Or The Impact Of Belief In God On Children

Atheists claim that belief in God has resulted in many evils throughout history. We’ve answered that nonsense elsewhere. Right now, we want to address an interesting and critical fact about belief in God. Throughout history, whenever children were taught belief in God:

99% of the time they turned out to be better adults compared to other times in history when children were not taught belief in God.

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Full Refutation

“We have refuted every atheist argument and speculation.  If, incredibly, you come across a new argument or speculation, let us know.”
– Dr. Michael Bisconti

Pain Per Se (In Itself) Is Irrelevant

“People do not get angry over (or experience other emotion because of) pain, though they may believe that is the case.  People only get angry over idea related to pain.  For example, people may get angry over the idea that pain is unjust or they may get angry over the idea that pain is cruel or they may get angry over the idea that pain is too severe.  So, there is not, was not, and cannot be anger over human suffering per se (in itself).  However, the mind may, in effect (not actually), merge idea and perception so that it seems that the pain itself is the cause of the anger.  Proof of the independence of anger (and other emotion) from pain is found in the experiences, utterances, and writings of masochists, who enjoy their suffering.  Additional proof of the independence of anger (and other emotion) from pain is found in the experiences of military personnel, who endure hardships in preparation for military service.  Also, there are the hardships of athletic training endured by athletes.  These facts destroy the sometimes seemingly irrefutable ‘arguments of suffering’ proffered by atheists.  Finally, if a person is suffering severely, they are not seeking to express some motivation (emotion) to prove God is a monster; rather, they are seeking relief from their pain.”
– Dr. Michael Bisconti

Violation of Occam’s Razor

“Atheists violate Occam’s razor.  Occam’s razor states that ‘entities must not be multiplied beyond necessity.’  In colloquial English, ‘among competing hypotheses, the hypothesis with the fewest assumptions should be selected.’”
– Dr. Michael Bisconti

Evasion, Illusion, Misdirection, Deceit, Mental Illness, and Atheists

“Atheists avoid the inevitable conclusion of the existence of God by evasion and illusion.  In other words, misdirection and deceit.  Atheists are liars.  If this were not true, then, the situation for atheists would be even worse – they would be mental patients.”
– Dr. Michael Bisconti

Somatocentrism, Supposed Infallibility of Human Perception, and Mental Health Patients

“Atheists are somatocentric in their thinking.  They believe in the infallibility of human perception.  Tell that to the millions of mental health patients, who have experienced, among a host of other things, sensory hallucinations of all types.”
– Dr. Michael Bisconti

Psychocentrism, Supposed Infallibility of the Human Mind, and Mental Health Patients

“Atheists are psychocentric in their thinking.  They believe in the infallibility of the human mind.  Tell that to the millions of mental health patients.”
– Dr. Michael Bisconti

Scope of Knowledge

“Atheists live in one room of a giant mansion.  We live in every room and also in every room of the giant mansion next door.”
– Dr. Michael Bisconti

Atheists, Choices, Painlessness, Desirable Goal, and Unrealistic Expectation

“Atheists expect every choice in life to be painless.  While that is a desirable goal, it is certainly not a realistic expectation.”
– Dr. Michael Bisconti