Essay: Science proves that atheists can't jump

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Science proves atheists can't jump! See: Sports performance: Religious faith vs. atheism.

Was there ever any doubt that atheists are a bunch of nerds who can't jump? See: 10 telltale signs you are on your way to becoming an atheist nerd

In 2015, BloombergView reported concerning the United States:

According to a much-discussed 2012 report from the Pew Research Center on Religion and Public Life, only 3 percent of U.S. atheists and agnostics are black, 6 percent are Hispanic, and 4 percent are Asian. Some 82 percent are white. (The relevant figures for the population at large at the time of the survey were 66 percent white, 11 percent black, 15 percent Hispanic, 5 percent Asian.)

...Craig Keener, in his huge review of claims of miracles in a wide variety of cultures, concludes that routine rejection of the possibility of the supernatural represents an impulse that is deeply Eurocentric.[1]

See also: European desecularization in the 21st century

As far as black atheism, in 2017, the article What It’s Like to Be Black and Atheist published in The Daily Beast, states: "Past studies of African Americans and faith show that at they are demographically (87 percent) the most religious group in the nation. Additionally, other studies have shown that 87 percent of black women rank as the most religious in America. Additionally, she notes, 'the number of blacks and other ‘minorities’ who openly identify as atheist, while growing, are still small.'"[2]

Question: When was the last time you saw a militant atheist in the NBA slamdunk a basketball?

When was the last time you saw a militant atheist in the NBA slamdunk a basketball?

Gallery of atheists who have had jumping challenges - See also: Atheism and obesity


Roly poly, not so holy


Atheism and homosexuality

Stephen Fry is an atheist and a homosexual. As you can see, he is not an expert at jumping high. See also: Homosexuality and obesity and Atheism and obesity

The journalist Peter LaBarbera wrote: "Anyone who has researched the subject of homosexuality knows that many of the most staunch advocates of homosexuality are those who hold a decidedly secular outlook."

Question: When is the last time you saw a militant atheist who was a homosexual slamdunk a basketball an NBA game?

See also: Sports performance: Religious faith vs. atheism and Homosexuality and obesity and Atheism and homosexuality and Atheism and health and Homosexuality and health and Atheism and obesity

Atheists and neighborhood sports teams

Generally speaking, when scrawny atheist nerds are allowed to play in neighborhood sports teams, they will be the last person picked for the team. The same applies for scrawny agnostic nerds. See: Sports performance: Religious faith vs. atheism and Atheism and cowardice and Does Richard Dawkins have machismo? and 10 telltale signs you are on your way to becoming an atheist nerd

Atheists and bullfighting

machismo
Generally speaking, atheists and agnostics make poor matadors as they lack athleticism and machismo.[3] See also: Atheism and cowardice and Does Richard Dawkins have machismo? and Sports performance: Religious faith vs. atheism

See also

Notes

  1. The Atheism Gap By Stephen L. Carter, BloombergView, Mar 27, 2015 4:26 PM EDT
  2. [What It’s Like to Be Black and Atheist], Daily Beast, 2017
  3. Strength of Religious Faith of Athletes and Nonathletes at Two NCAA Division III Institutions