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 IAmAnAtheist » Tract #6: How Do You Annoy an Atheist?

Tract #6: How Do You Annoy an Atheist?

Download tract #6, How Do You Annoy an Atheist? (PDF). See page #3 for printing instructions.

How Do You Annoy an Atheist?

If you’re a theist and you aren’t interested in intelligent discussion but just want to irritate a nearby atheist, here are a few phrases you might find useful. (Use as your own risk.)

And while you’re at it:

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  1. Written by Lisa Savage
    on August 29, 2010 at 9:50 am
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    My 21 year old son is an atheist. We had him in a christian school for four years, we went to church every sunday. When his grandfather died in our driveway on Christmas and my husband and I prayed for him to live our son was so upset that God did not answer the prayer that my Dad would live and our son has been disbelieving in Jesus ever since. Any advice would be welcome. Thank you! I will print this out for our son.

    • Written by Anonymous
      on June 18, 2013 at 5:44 pm
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      His disbelief is based on emotion not evidence. Perhaps you should talk about how much better heaven is than life on this planet. There a program form bio tv I Survived Beyond And Back. It could help.

  2. Written by Derek
    on December 29, 2010 at 10:53 am
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    It is tough losing a loved one. While you want your father back, your son blames God for his grandfather’s death. Both of these responses are normal (see Kubler-Ross model, below). In the bible, the widow of Zarephath, who lost a son, blamed God’s representative, Elijah, for her loss, and Elijah also seems to have blamed God, or at least initially (1 Kings 17:18, 20). Having no pleasure in death (Ezek 8:32), Jesus understands your son’s outrage (Heb 4:15) and will not hold it against him (Matt 12:32). Whether or not your son ultimately decides for atheism should not be your most immediate concern. This is not a time for labels, but for comforting one another (1 Thess 4:13-18).


  3. Written by Anonymous
    on May 9, 2012 at 3:59 pm
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    Ignorance of epic proportions!

    I can’t believe how many times I hear non-sense questions/assertions like these. Most times they are from a person who wishes to be combative and refuses to discuss their question/assertion.

  4. Written by Christian Lady
    on August 22, 2012 at 5:43 pm
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    Atheists are easily annoyed because they know they’re wrong and can’t handle it LOL.

    • Written by Jimmy R. Russel
      on October 9, 2012 at 12:26 pm
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      Troll detected. 3/10

  5. Written by rwsgate
    on February 27, 2013 at 3:15 pm
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    Your son isn’t an atheist because of Grandpa’s death; he’s an atheist because you sent him to four years of Bible school. That’ll make an atheist out of anyone. Your son was probably pissed off because you spent all your time praying and not calling 911.

  6. Written by The nice atheist
    on March 5, 2014 at 9:30 pm
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    he is an atheist because you put him through 4 year of hell and then did not call 911 and thout some dude with 7 billion other priorities did not answer you

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