Lenin thought that those who believed in God were worse than fools. “Every man who occupies himself with the construction of a god, or merely even agrees to it
prostitutes himself in the worst way” he wrote, “for he occupies himself not with activity, but with selfcontemplation and self-reflection, and tries thereby to deify his most unclean, most stupid, and most servile features and pettinesses.” Consequently, anyone who believes in God is not simply in error; he is “mentally deranged.” This is why believers in the Soviet Union were frequently judged insane and committed to mental institutions.
A wiser way to view the world is to see the handiwork of God in the creation. “The heavens are telling of the glory of God” Psalm 19:1. It is illogical to see all the design in this world and conclude that it was an accident. Nothing else works that way, so how could a reasonably intelligent person conclude otherwise? No one would look at a computer and say, “Wow! I wonder how long it took for that to accidently blow together?” But that same person will consider the human brain an accident…luck… chance. No one would see a plane in the air and say, “How many millions of years did it take for that plane to blow together?” But that same person will see a bald eagle majestically flying across the sky and assert, “That’s an accident.” Now that is illogical. The source of that mindset probably stems from a desire to be free from accountability of God and not from evidence.
Here are a few sayings that address the idea of atheism:
*Atheism is not a problem of the mind –
It is a problem of the heart.
*An atheist cannot find God for the same reason –
A thief cannot find a policeman.
*It would take a miracle for evolution to be true.
Here’s the God inspired wise way to live…and die; “And without faith it is impossible to please Him, for he who comes to God must believe that He is, and that He is a rewarder of those who seek Him” Hebrews 11:6.