The Atheist Delusion

Having to prove the existence of God to an atheist is like having to prove the existence of the sun, at noon on a clear day. Yet millions are embracing the foolishness of atheism. “The Atheist Delusion” pulls back the curtain and reveals what is going on in the mind of those who deny the obvious. It introduces you to a number of atheists who you will follow as they go where the evidence leads, find a roadblock, and enter into a place of honesty that is rarely seen on film.

From Living Waters, creators of the award-winning TV program “The Way of the Master” and the hit movies “180” and “Evolution vs. God,” comes the powerful film “The Atheist Delusion.” Executive produced by TV co-host and best-selling author Ray Comfort (Hell’s Best Kept Secret, Scientific Facts in the Bible).

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Author: DanutM

Anglican theologian. Former Director for Faith and Development Middle East and Eastern Europe Region of World Vision International

3 thoughts on “The Atheist Delusion”

  1. I admire their ardour but the arguments are weakened by being framed on anthropocentric assumptions, and coloured by tendentious language. Assuming something has to have a “beginning” may be “common sense” for humans, but only if you are a human being in Einstein’s universe. Is an eternal God so bound?

    And describing a process which scientists claim took a billion years as “spontaneous” and “accidental” is just silly. All the evidence I need for God is found in Jesus. We need to work harder at introducing humans to Jesus, and less at trying to prove God with our utterly human neurons.


    1. I could not agree more with you, Philip.
      I am very skeptical about the usefulness and efficacy of apologetics in post-modernity.
      Letting the Christ in us shine is, as you say, the best apologetic possible.
      As to defending God, if he cannot defend himself, we may as well let him lose. But he is the Pantokrator, and not a helpless idol, in need of defenders.


  2. I not only admire them but I think apologetic is still needed. How to do it? It’s an open question. I grew up in communism. not in post modernity. My faith was literally assaulted by the atheist propaganda. Apologetic helped my spiritual life right after my Damascus road; I still needed it. When communists came to power, they forbade 2 disciplines at the Theology Seminars: apologetic and mystics. I have kids in middle school. There’s an all assault on their faith, to the point of brain washing; and Christians agree with it becasue it’s Science (with capital as God). Is this different than mine? Yes. The new atheist are smarter and more dangerous. they are not against religion per se; by contrary, they encourage spiritual stuff (not more than as a cultural/tradition). On the intellectual level? No difference with the previous’ generations atheist. There’s no doubt that the universe is billions and billions in existence; there’s 100 percent proof. Even good Christians use it as a scientific fact. The same with the evolution; it is present from the kid’s toys to graduate schools’ books (even those unrelated to the topic like the economics; they are also talking about human evolution). I don’t know how to do apologetic but we have to keep in mind that you are facing a religion not a science.


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