Should we stone atheists?

Greetings True Christians!

I am returning to the United States early from my trip to the Philippines, and would like to share some thoughts on the following question with all of you in time for Thanksgiving. Should we stone atheists? Let us remember the Truth taught to us in 2 John 9, that “Whosoever … abideth not in the doctrine of Christ, hath not God.” To take it one step farther, let’s look at 2 John 7: “For many deceivers are entered into the world, who confess not that Jesus Christ is come in the flesh. This is a deceiver and an antichrist.” Would you welcome the antichrist at your Thanksgiving dinner? No? Then why allow your non-believing relatives? They should either embrace Jesus or they should be shunned or otherwise removed from our society.

The problem is that in today’s world, even if you shun someone or ostracize them, they can still weasel their way into our lives through the use of modern technology like the computer and the internet. That being said, let us consider the wisdom of Deuteronomy 13:6-10:

“If thy brother, the son of thy mother, or thy son, or thy daughter, or the wife of thy bosom, or thy friend, which is as thine own soul, entice thee secretly, saying, Let us go and serve other gods, which thou hast not known, thou, nor thy fathers; Namely, of the gods of the people which are round about you … Thou shalt not consent unto him, nor hearken unto him; neither shall thine eye pity him, neither shalt thou spare, neither shalt thou conceal him: But thou shalt surely kill him; thine hand shall be first upon him to put him to death, and afterwards the hand of all the people. And thou shalt stone him with stones, that he die.”

Atheism is just another way of serving another god! Atheism is a religion too. Atheists worship man rather than God. Although I do not suggest that our first impulse must be to stone these heathens, stoning is a Biblically acceptable approach to atheism. First, I believe that we should try to convert them and to show them the light of Christ our Lord and Savior. Then, ONLY if they still refuse to repent and embrace Jesus our Lord and Savior, should they be stoned. I am being more merciful than Deuteronomy might necessitate, but Jesus taught us to show mercy, so I suggest that we first give the unbeliever a chance to repent from his unbelief before he is stoned.

Of course, some so-called Christians believe that Jesus would never condone violence. This is patently and thoroughly false. Jesus didn’t come to just bring peace, but rather to lead people to God and give people the chance to CHOOSE peace. Jesus still promised punishment for unbelievers and heathens. Let us look at His own holy words, from Matthew 10:34-37:

“Think not that I am come to send peace on earth: I came not to send peace, but a sword. For I am come to set a man at variance against his father, and the daughter against her mother, and the daughter in law against her mother in law. And a man’s foes shall be they of his own household. He that loveth father or mother more than me is not worthy of me: and he that loveth son or daughter more than me is not worthy of me.”

Consider this passage closely. Anyone that loves any other person or other thing above Jesus is not worthy of the love of Jesus the Christ. Therefore, it is truly fitting and acceptable to stone atheists. Let these atheists serve as an example to the other nonbelievers, so that they might change their ways. It is our job as Christians to be the arm and sword of Jesus, for Jesus told us that all of us who do not have a sword should sell our cloaks and buy one (Luke 22:36).

How do I suggest we proceed? I know it’s illegal to stone atheists without the permission of the courts here in America. What I suggest is that the Constitution actually makes it legal to do this. But first, we must test this case in a court of law. Have your congressman or congresswoman write a bill the Christian right to stone unbelievers, and if (more likely when) it is shot down by the heathen, ungodly Congress, we take it to court, as Congress has no right to pass any law forbidding the free practice of religion.

Let us take this to court before we begin stoning heathens, my brothers and sisters in Christ, but let us at least try.

Yours in Christ,

Jim Solouki

19 thoughts on “Should we stone atheists?

  1. Truth_in_Logic says:

    Wow, you are one crazy troglodyte. Keep on blindly following illogical faith, your kind will die out eventually as the rest of the world continues learning and seeing that religions are all just false, stone-age bullshit. And good luck with the whole stoning thing, I bet that’s gonna go just super for you. lol.

  2. nevadapatriot says:

    Yes, for a number of sensible reasons:

    1. A harsh punishment might give some of the atheists a good reason to reconsider their foolish lifestyle choice.

    2. There is evidence to suggest that the atheism contagion is spreading. We should cull them much like we would do for diseased cattle.

    3. Finally, this is a form of pre-emptive defence: An athiest with a gun will shoot you simply because he is curious about what it is like to kill a man. Lacking in spirituality has no moral compass. Hence if they are allowed to become a majority they will wipe us out before they turn on themselves.

    Yours in Christ,


    • Amen Nevada Patriot! The atheists are a threat to society and must be executed. We burned witches, and now we don’t have to any more! Why? Because there are far fewer witches and they are not a big problem any more! We must stone the atheists to death!

      Yours in Christ,

      Jim Solouki

    • Amanda says:

      You’re wrong. Having a savior is as much as a reason to sin as any. For no matter what you do you will be “forgiven”. You are fully willing to stone innocent people because you believe they are a threat to your lifestyle choices yet have not thought at all about how that would be the ultimate sin. An atheist’s moral compass comes from parenting, personal views, and from what they learn from those they are surrounded by. The reason more people are becoming atheists is because there is scientific evidence that conflicts with your bible. This isn’t a disease. This is the realization that maybe your bible is wrong (like the other thousands of religions out there). Also an atheist with a gun will react like any other person with a gun and 99.9% of them will not point it at another person. So get off your high horse. Both you and the author of this blog.

    • P says:

      1: An Atheist cannot be made to truly believe at gunpoint. It needs to be out his or her own heart. Even if you could, doing so goes against God’s gift of free will. It’s better for them to choose to follow God out of their own free will. If not, live and let live because they just might change their minds when they’re older. Why destroy their chances of salvation long before their timely death?
      2: again, free will.
      3: Absolute bullshit. I know plenty of atheist friends who would never dare to harm others. Believe it or not, they still have a moral compass. It’s not the perfect moral compass, but most of them still have a sense of right and wrong.
      Lastly, say you guys actually get this passed for some odd reason. Hundreds of thousands of Atheists and Christains who disagree would take up arms to fight for their very survival too against a tyrannical regime(you have a right to defend your life, do you?)

  3. Franco says:

    Hahahaha, good luck looking ridiculous to a court asking for that, everybody is free to believe in what he/she wants
    I think is better burn you.

  4. Vanessa says:

    The bible also says ‘let he who is without sin cast the first stone”.
    Jim Solouki, I think you should focus on your own salvation. And stop preaching hate.

    • P says:

      I think these guys must think they are sinless. They constantly preach about being “as legitimate as Jesus” Even if they don’t deny facts and reality in front of their freaking faces, they are are anti-logic, sexist, racist, homophobic, extremely hateful and threaten others of Hell for not being exactly like them, unconstitutional, against basic human rights, and don’t truly understand Jesus’s message about love, mercy, and forgiveness. These guys not only sound like idiots, they sound evil.

      • P says:

        And they never accept when they’re wrong. Even when it’s clear as day. They never accept how illogical and bigoted they sound.

  5. tildeb says:

    Note that it is the theist advocating not just violence against others but killing them by using a barbaric Iron Age method if they dare to disagree with his desire to impose his god-sanctioned version of piety on all… regardless of any compelling reasons they may have. This is religious tyranny in action and it is justified by scripture. Jim is simply honest enough to admit it regardless of how immoral and insane it makes him out to be.

    Here is the slave willing to do his master’s bidding with no more regard for a fellow human being who has done nothing against him than he would for the sentiments of the excrement he flushes down a toilet. That he advocates the breaking of a commandment in the name of the commandment giver matters not at all to him because he is also flushed with piety and self-righteousness. Jim has no moral means at his disposal to hold them in check – having abdicated his personal responsibility for his morality in the name of his god long ago. This is just another example in a very populated line of examples why religion poisons everything. To Jim, this poison is an elixir.

    Thank you, Jim, for showing us what piousness in action looks and sounds like and why respecting scripture in a civilized and enlightened culture remains such an insidious and pernicious danger to those of us who are morally responsible and autonomous citizens.

  6. You are correct, they cannot disallow you to practice your religion… unless it harms other citizens. Can you pray? Yes. Can you refuse to eat bacon? Yes. Can you sacrifice a live infant in the name of your god? No. Can you toss stones at people in the name of your god? No.

  7. Jered says:


  8. P says:

    Oh, so you want us to be just as barbaric and bigoted as Islamic radical terrorists.
    Read this thing called the Constitution also. If someone’s religious beliefs don’t impose on someone else’s, they shouldn’t be executed for it by man. Thats murder. Leave a person’s fate to God.

  9. P says:

    Also, the Jesus I was taught would want me to treat EVERYONE with love, mercy, and kindness, murder is none of those things. People of other faiths may be flawed, but so am I, and so are you. We all fall short before the glory of God. Some people make mistakes, but it is their right to free will that God gave us in the first place. How is it morally wrong to refuse to brutally slaughter people for righteously defending free will?

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