Aron Ra

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Aron Ra is an ardent evolutionist.

He is also a feminist and considers the men's rights movement to be an extremist hate group.[1]

Aron Ra is an atheist activist and vlogger. He is also an ardent evolutionist and vocal critic of creationism. He also served as former president of the Atheist Alliance of America. In addition, he formerly served as the Texas State Director of American Atheists.

Aron Ra is also a feminist and considers the men's rights movement to be an extremist hate group.[2]

The popular Christian YouTube channel Shockofgod issued a challenge to the atheist community to provide proof and evidence that proves atheism is accurate and correct.[3] Aron Ra failed to provide proof and evidence that atheism is accurate and correct.[4]

The popular Christian YouTube video maker Shockofgod has also challenged Texas YouTube atheists Aron Ra and Matt Dillahunty to answer the 15 questions for evolutionists which are featured in Creation Ministries International's Question evolution! campaign. Aron Ra is unable to answer the questions.

Aron Ra on the decline/death of the atheist movement

See also: Decline of the atheist movement

In 2017, Aron Ra wrote to some of his fellow atheists: "...since ya'll have effectively killed what was left of the atheist movement".[5][6]

Criticism of Aaron Ra by YouTube atheist Thunderf00t

According to YouTube atheist Thunderfoot:

Aron he kind of drunk the social justice warrior Kool-Aid at Freethought Blogs.. and then decided how important he was was linked to how many places he got invited to talk at or how many people he could get his photo taken with.[7]

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