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Yeah, all atheists are angry. I counted.
I have known angry atheists, but most are quite matter of fact about their opinions.
I don't think that's something you could tell, just by looking or talking with an atheist for a while. Also, they might not be angry but could feel threatened by God--or vice versa. I think the real issue may lie not so much in feeling threatened by God, but in believing that if there were a God, He might not like you. Susan
I would think that (if applicable) atheists would be more angry or threatened by "God's" followers than the God delusion itself.
Atheists find "God" a threat because they have no logical answers other than to denounce their beliefs or babble about relative truth when faced with the facts. The fact is, God exists. Nature displays order and design, and if that wasn't intended, it would not be possible. Without order, there is only chaos. Chaos cannot create; it only destroys.
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