Atheists have been feeling left out. They want to be on TV 24/7. That way they can promote what they call “reason.”
Their stated agenda is to bust “myths” in Christianity and convince fence sitters that there is no God. In other words, they are anti-Christ.
hat tip: New York Daily News
A New Jersey-based atheist group is starting the first on-demand TV channel dedicated to godlessness.
AtheistTV will be launching this summer with big plans to reach out to atheists, humanists, freethinkers, and folks who are looking for a way out of faith.
Members of American Atheists, the organization behind the endeavor, think it’s about time.
“There’s a glut of religious TV programming out there, from televangelists to Christmas specials,” spokesman Dave Muscato told The News. “But there’s no atheist channel. We wanted to fill that void.”
The lack of atheist programming is apparent on Roku’s channel listing. More than 300 faith-based channels are available, featuring programming centered around Christian music, sermons, and worship services.
Since they’re first on the scene, American Atheists will face the challenge of defining what exactly godless programming will look like.
“We’ll have shows about philosophy, science, history,” Muscato said. “A critical examination of the facts.”
Muscato also hopes the channel will encourage people who are doubting their faith to come out as atheist.
“When somebody leaves their religion, they don’t necessarily know everything about the Big Bang,” Muscato said. “This will fill in the gaps in knowledge that pastors have left behind.”
Next thing you know atheists will be petitioning for a change to the flag salute. They can’t possibly utter the words, “One nation under God. . .” in good conscience. Unless, of course, faithless, godless people have no conscience–an important trait that differentiates humans from animals and confirms our being created in His image.
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