Monday, April 21, 2014

Atheist Definition by John Locke

Locke felt that a person who calls himself an “atheist” is merely confessing that he has never dealt with the issue of the Creator’s existence. Therefore, to Locke an atheist would be to that extend “irrational,” and out of touch with reality; in fact, out of touch with the most important and fundamental reality.
-Page 96 of “The 5000 year leap, Principles of Freedom 101” by author “W. Cleon Skousen”

Religion teaches how to be a good person. It makes you look at yourself and put in evidence what needs to change to become the best you that you can be.

You can say “I don’t need this, I’m nice already”. According to you; you are. But who are you to come up with such judgment?

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