29 July 2017
Abandoning Atheism 2: More thoughts
In my last video I discussed why I no longer feel comfortable calling myself an atheist. This is only partly because it’s an unscientific position. It is, more importantly, a political position that plays into the hands of those who wish to destroy Western civilisation, the finest on the planet.
25 July 2017
Why I abandoned atheism
Christianity is the only power in the world that has ever stood and fought for Western civilisation and culture. And make no mistake, this is the finest culture the world has ever seen. Cultures are not equal; like humans, some are better than others.
The fashionable ‘New Atheists’ like Richard Dawkins, whom I respect, are contributing to the demise of Western culture by undermining its philosophical and cultural basis. Our enemies delight in this.
I will never be able to believe in a deity, but I will stand alongside the Christians. The fact is they are right; we are approaching a confluence of disasters, some of our own making but others not, which, if we do not do something now, will destroy Western Civilisation. And then, night will fall on Earth.
Some while I cannot be a believer, no longer can I be an atheist. I have always been an agnostic in the strictest sense, after Huxley. But now I call myself a Secular Christian, to acknowledge the debt I owe to a religion that has stood for so long against the forces of evil and permitted our culture to exist at all.