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Merry Christmas Madalyn Murray O’Hair (Wherever You Are)

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During this Christmas season, Atheist icon, Madalyn Murray O’Hair has something that few of us understand the benefit. She has perspective. In Texas, 1995 she was kidnapped and killed by the office manager for the “American Atheists,” David Roland Waters. Her body did not turn up until 2001. She had been cut up into a dozen pieces by her fellow “American Atheists.” Her body was then left in a shallow grave and became food for critters that sport an exoskeleton with apathy for personal politics of the very carcass providing them sustenance.

Bottom of The Food Chain

There are only two people know what Madalyn’s last moments were like; The perpetrator David Roland Waters and Murray O’Hair herself. Death was a certainty, and the best in which she could hope. If her personal beliefs were correct, then she hit the express lane to a quick passage of non-existence, and the return of her earthly remains went to the bottom of the food chain.

How depressing for Christians. If you’re an atheist, your BEST case scenario after a short life is non-existence? That is only “if” you are correct in your understanding of God. Now we know why atheists are so crabby. What is worse for these folks is that not all Atheists are the same. Many, even possibly Madalyn Murray O’Hair, hold a sincere belief in God, but they hate God. Her actions and the ones of those who followed her are the acts of people who are trying to wage a war against their Creator.

God Vs. Nothingness

Regardless of our beliefs, we will all taste death. What happens after that seems to be the bone of contention. In the Atheist rhetoric, people get seventy or eighty short years of living, and then nothingness. If this were something they believed, most of them would not care if there was a cross at the Soledad National War Memorial, prayer in school, or an acknowledgment of God in the Pledge of Allegiance. Believers could pray to Jesus, Buddha, or Mr. Bubble, and it would be irrelevant to the atheist. It is obvious though. They do care genuinely to whom you pray.

Are Atheists Afraid of Christianity?

Historically, when Federal, State and City funds support religions that are not Christian, Atheists remain quiet. There is no outcry of “separation of church and state” when the Dalai Lama speaks in a Public College or University. When New York Public School students attended a Mosque on their field trip, again the Atheists said nothing. During “Muslim week” in California public schools, they also said nill. The “no prayers in schools” action didn’t seem to apply when kids were forced to pray to Allah. They do have a fit though, when students bows their head before lunch and give thanks to God. When kids wear crosses or bring Bibles to class they either get rid of the offending object or they are sent home and at times suspended. Non-believers are now supporting the banning of private Bible Studies in private dorm rooms of students that attend Public Colleges. In short, atheists point their aggression towards the one religion they seem scared to death of, Christianity.

Atheist Nightmare - Drive-By Blessings

Last time I checked, Christians were not performing “drive-by” baptisms against atheists. There is no persecution of anyone who doesn’t wear a cross. Christianity should not pose any tangible threat to these people. Despite this, they seem determined to spend their few years of existence bitterly fighting and or attempting to discredit something which does not harm them at all.

Atheists in the Western World, live in a civilization where they can fill their lives with every type of pleasure imaginable. By experiencing a short life that ultimately results in nothingness, a true atheist would live for their temporary happiness only, because that is all they have. If they were intellectually honest, they could use their energy more wisely and directed towards the west, contradicting the Muslim faith in third world countries or even Liberal regions in America. This sect, if given a chance, would deny them the pleasure that we take for granted, and severely limit the quality of their short existence. They don’t believe in Allah in any case. He is no more real to them than Santa Claus or the Tooth Fairy. To them, fighting against Allah would be like shadow boxing. However, their belief in the Christian God points to reminders for them of certain uncomfortable events, so they must do their best to wipe society clean of all symbols and reminders relating to Christianity.

Do Atheists Really Believe?

Christmas is difficult for non-believers. If they believed that there is no God and nothing beyond this life, they would shrug the whole thing off and take advantage of holiday sales. Even though that mother they walk past in the store, holding the hand of her child, while humming “Hark the Herald Angels Sing” apparently hasn’t bought into truth. The thought of a Savior born in Bethlehem makes her happy. Her end will be the same as the doubtful, so no harm, no foul, right? Once again, this only works if these folks don’t believe in God, clearly they must.

To the Atheist, Christmas is the outward expression and amplification of all the fears and doubts they will not publicly acknowledge. In those private moments, those single moments, the quiet lying awake at night moments, there is a tiny little voice that speaks of death, it just won’t stop. It is that feeling of hopeless doubt and fear that grips their mind and just won’t let go. Most drown it out with television, a stiff drink, or an entire bag of Oreos. Most Christians remember and savor those moments. Christmas is the celebration of the silencing of this voice and the laying impotent of this fear.

Is It Fear of God or Distrust?

Atheists voluntarily opt out of the joys of Christmas. To them, the holiday is just a present from your local store, wrapped with pretty paper that is soon forgotten. To Christians, it is the gift of a child that ensures our best case scenario is better than a shallow grave in Texas and nonexistence. Not to mention the nullifying of a worst case scenario that is beyond our imagination. Christians celebrate out of gratitude for what our Creator has bestowed upon us, eternal life. Christmas is more for that atheist who is suing innocent children for bringing a bible to class than it is for the Christian. Most Christians enjoy the Christmas season, and non-believers, well we think the “need” Christmas. The child that we celebrate, acts as a lifeline that is always available to them no matter what they believe. Oddly, though, that may be the part they resent the most.

We know why atheists try to ruin Christmas for others. It is fear and sheer hate of a God they believe in but do not know how to trust. The last few years have not been kind to their efforts, and reversal of legal fortune has made sure that the lifeline for the atheist is still visible, especially at this time of year. Even Wal-Mart has bowed down to the public pressure and gone back to “Happy Holidays” instead of “Merry Christmas” or some drivel about a solstice.

Be Christmas, Be The Light

Nowadays, going out and caroling has become an act of defiance. Many Christians are war-weary of fighting the holiday battles. Arguing with shoppers, the logistics of family, too much snow and the frustrated hunters that settle for shooting an arrow into your light-up deer instead of a real one. For those people, I say these simple words; “Mild he lays his glory by; born that man no more may die; born to raise the sons of earth, born to give them second birth.”

Merry Christmas to all.



Brian James / Journalist
Brian James grew up just out of bullet range of Detroit. He was raised on the work of Douglas Adams, Neil Gaiman, and Snorri Sturluson. Eventually, he went on to college where he majored in History. While he never realized his dream to become a heavier version of Indiana Jones, he did wind up writing for a number of magazines, newspapers, websites, and Fortune 500 companies. Politically he is a constitutional purist who believes in life, liberty, the pursuit of happiness, and the idea that anti-American “progressives” should be waterboarded with their own tears until they start thinking right.
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