Do Christians believe that atheists just want to sin?
THAT WHAT DR KENT THE SCIENCE GENT say
- JeaLv 71 month agoFavorite Answer
Not at all.
We just want truth, instead of lies and threats.
Religion can't provide the former, and does provide the latter far too much,.
I see snowflakes like canadacraig here making things up. It is not we who shirk responsibility by blaming an imaginary critter for out failures. Atheists are the only ones who stand responsible on their own. It boggles how they pretend to read minds, without first engaging their own!
- PaulLv 71 month ago
The don't "want to sin", since they don't believe that sin exists. They simply want to do whatever they feel like doing.
- PubliusLv 71 month ago
No, not all of us. And certainly not all atheists. But what holds atheists back from finding out for themselves that there is a God who loves them? Answer me that.
- 1 month ago
For some, that's definitely the reason.
For others like Sponge Bob, they just don't want to be whacked in the head.
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- A Yahoo UserLv 71 month ago
Well...there are over 2 billion Christians.
Naturally they don't all think the same things about such matters.
that SOME people
who LEAVE Christianity
do so because they choose sin over devoutness/guilt.
No doubt some of those people become atheists.
that MOST atheists
are atheists because of atheistic indoctrination
(e.g. Buddhism, nationalized Communist indoctrination in Communist countries, between the two probably make up most of the World's atheists)
- canadacraigLv 71 month ago
It could be argued that they don't want to be held accountable for their sins. But then.... who does?
- God of ThunderLv 71 month ago
Of course they do. Our real reasons terrify them so they have to make up a lie that feeds their egos.
- 1 month ago
Christians, by their very faith, believe loads of nonsense. Thus, what they believe is irrelevant.
- Anonymous1 month ago
the waste that leaked from jesus's own body and stained the cross has more intellectual validity than anyone who can not allow themselves to face the fact that after two thousand years, jesus's promises are not theirs to receive. jesus returned for forty days
and he will not be coming back any more.