We can decipher the confusion in the way atheists think by remember the theory put forth on this blog: Atheists have low self esteem. They hate themselves and thus they hate God (he made them). they can't admit they hate God so they vent their rage agianst Christians.
One of the more confussing tendiences they have is that whatever you say about them they say about you. In fact turn the fact that you said it into proof of what you are like. For example for a long time after I started athist watch they began saying that because I'm pointing out their hate that means I'm full of hate. We see this again in a recent interview with Blair Scott, an atheist activist who did an interview on Fox News. Scott is related to the guys who are suing to take down the cross at ground zero, 9/11. This is illustrated on a blog called "Atheist:"
Christians Threaten to Kill Atheists
After this interview the Fox News Facebook page became an explosion of hate. Blair Scott posted a bunch of screenshots taken from the comments consisting of death threats against him and all atheists.
Comments that are made on the heels of Bill O’Reilly saying “No one believing in Jesus commits mass murder,” calling the label “dishonest and insane.” Apparently they wouldn’t commit murder, but it looks like Christian fans of Fox News wouldn’t mind fantasizing about it . . . at least I hope that is all they are doing.
what a strange thing to say. Why does it mean they will fantasize about murdering atheists just becuase they say that the label of "mass murder" for Christian is insane? that makes it sound like if object to being called a mass murder than you are one. By that logic the atheists are mass murderers. The logic is shaky, he's saying the people issuing the death threats are Christians, Bill O'Reilly (not my pick for the spokesman for Christianity) objects and they is said to be fantasizing about it? The people making the threats are flakes, but what makes them Christians? Just because they are angry?
then the comments. the blog chooses the most inflammatory and stupid statements to reflect. If we go to an atheist message board you can see them say the same kinds of things about Christians. he shows some people,presumably Christians, saying such about atheist. Obvioulsy the person doing the blog is trying to inflame passions.
I hope that is all they are doing.
Those are all Stupid comments but that's just anecdotal as far as being evidence of Christian view points. When I do that from atheist message boards, and I can math he hatred of these comments from atheist boards, then I'm called names and said to be full of hate.
What purpose does this serve for the writer of the blog to makes the comments known? It's good propaganda. It's something to put up and say "see Christians are bad." When I do that with atheist I'm just being unfair. But when he does it that's good insight.
It gives atheists the excuse to hate more.