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29
Oh God Yes! LOL, no.
Debate Score:36
Arguments:18
Total Votes:45
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Are Christians Winning Their War on Atheism?

Oh God Yes!

Side Score: 7
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LOL, no.

Side Score: 29

Their numbers are larger.

Side: Oh God Yes!
6 points

Their numbers are larger.

But dwindling.

As an atheist, I'm far more concerned with the spread of Islam than I am with the decline of Christianity.

Side: LOL, no.
1 point

Amen. Christians aren't running around beheading people and blowing themselves up because God promised them 72 virgins...

I think the corruption of the church itself has done more damage to Christianity than atheists ever will.

Side: LOL, no.
riahlize(1573) Disputed
1 point

And?  

Side: LOL, no.
2 points

Of course they are, although atheism is rising at a faster rate, Christianity has been and still is in the lead.

Side: Oh God Yes!
1 point

Checkmate!

Atheist 0-10 Christians
Side: Oh God Yes!
Conro(767) Disputed
4 points

I thought this was a parody video for almost the entirety of watching it. Thanks for the chuckles though; I really hope this guy isn't representative of your personal arguments because quite frankly, they are incompetent. Regardless of whether or not I believe in God, anyone with a shred of logical capabilities (I hope) could see that his arguments are circular at best and riddled with fallacies at worst.

And then, more on topic, why does there need to be a war on Atheism, or Christianity for that matter. If you look to the most historically successful people on Earth, the ones who have existed for thousands of years, outlasting all their persecutors, the pogroms, the ethnic cleansing, you'll realize that the common thread is they know how to integrate into a society and synthesize their values with that civilization. Being at peace with other religions does more to perpetuate your own religion than any "war" on religion (short of literally waging war on that religion).

Side: LOL, no.
3 points

It was definitely a satire. Most obvious by how bluntly he stated his facts. A really good one if you ask me, since I almost completely believed he was a serious Christian.

I think the first one is a dead give away though.

Found a more obvious one. He's pretty funny.

Atheist Satire of Christians
Side: LOL, no.
3 points

Honestly... I don't even think there is a War on Atheism, I just wanted to see what people would say.

Side: LOL, no.
courtney-0(35) Clarified
1 point

annd?? what do you think???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????

Side: Oh God Yes!

From what I have read and seen the answer is no. Besides, it is hard to convince someone of your religion when it is just so... wrong.

Side: LOL, no.
2 points

the more they push god and religion onto people more people would reject the idea of it... there's a lot of anti-gay stuff which I don't really agree with it just messes everything up haha I think of religions as a cult and besides who has the time to do anything like going to church? but hey people can believe in what ever they want.

Side: LOL, no.

All these God botherers ever seem to succeed in is just making fools of themselves.

Side: LOL, no.
2 points

Christians aren't and cant win their religion besides flawed and unoriginal (Jews) it has caused 13 wars against the Islams basically tried to wipe out the Jews several times and caused a world war who will side with them

Side: LOL, no.
2 points

I've never heard of the war on Atheism before... is Atheism a new religion? How exactly does one declare war on a non-belief in NOTHING? I'm just curious... someone please use logic to explain.

Side: LOL, no.
1 point

The only reason atheism is an option is because religion exists. A Christian trying to convince an atheist that their religion is accurate, reminds me of someone trying to convince a friend that Star Trek is realistic. Maybe with certain technology that we have not yet discovered, it could be realistic... but with our current knowledge, it just seems to be far-fetched. Don't expect me to put faith in something that contradicts what we have experienced.

The number of atheists may be smaller than the number of Christians, but the fact that atheism is becoming more popular, proves that Christianity is losing the "war".

Side: LOL, no.