Academic atheism

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Academic atheism refers to attempts by liberal-controlled universities to force evolution and atheism on their students while ridiculing Christianity and other faiths.

The prevalence and expansion of Academic atheism is a key aspect of the atheist agenda, by which atheists can indoctrinate students to their worldview.

Severe Dangers

Liberals in control of schools attempt to remove all references to God and ban private prayer, leading to mental illness.

In November 2008, conservative Christian student Jesse Kilgore committed suicide after a professor forced him to read Richard Dawkins' atheist The God Delusion. The university had also fostered an anti-Christian environment, persecuting the faithful.[1]

See also


  1. Unruh, Bob (November 20, 2008). "Dad links son's suicide to 'The God Delusion'". WorldNetDaily. Retrieved on February 18, 2015.