The atheist world view.<quoted text>
Your cult deserves contempt because it's the most divisive political force in our country's history in flagrant violation of the First Amendment. Your cult is responsible for this country becoming the laughingstock of the industrialized world.
You deserve contempt for being an ignorant and cowardly yet arrogant slave to Dark Ages dogma so completely milked of your free will that you lack the capacity to accept irrefutable facts in contradiction to your programming.
You'd learn more from the following 47 minute video than you would in a lifetime wasted in a religious cult if you had the guts to watch it objectively:
"You are the descendant of a tiny cell of primordial protoplasm washed up on an empty beach three and a half billion years ago. You are the blind and arbitrary product of time, chance and natural forces.. You are a mere grab bag of of atomic particles, a conglomeration of genetic substance. You exist on a tiny planet in a minute solar system in an empty corner of a meaningless universe.. You are a purely biological entity, different only in degree but not in kind from a microbe,virus or amoeba. You have no essence beyond your body, and at death you will cease to exist entirely. In short, you came from nothing and are going nowhere."
The Christian world view
"You are the special creation of a good all powerful God. You are created in His image, with capacities to think, feel and worship that set you above all other life forms. You differ from the animals not simply in degree but in kind. Not only is your kind unique, but you are unique among your kind. Your Creator loves you so much and so intensely desires your companionship and affection that He has a perfect plan for your life. In addition,God gave the life of His only son that you might spend eternity with Him. If you are willing to accept the gift of salvation, you can become a child of god."
Rev Randy Alcorn, quoted in Dinesh D'Souza, What's So Great About Christianity(2007) p15,16
"Surveys have long shown that religious believers in the United States are happier, healthier, longer-lived, and more generous to charity and to each other than are secular people.
Atheist Jonathan Haidt, Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Virginia