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George Will: ‘I’m an
amiable, low voltage atheist’

Daily Caller, by Jamie Weintein

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Posted By:trapper, 5/4/2014 7:29:53 PM

Legendary conservative columnist George Will says he is an atheist. Will explained his religious views — or lack thereof — during an extensive interview with The Daily Caller on politics, culture and his new book, “A Nice Little Place on the North Side: Wrigley Field at One Hundred.” TheDC will be featuring segments from the interview over the next several weeks. “I am not religious at all,” Will interjected, when The Daily Caller said it heard he wasn’t particularly religious. TheDC brought up its previous interview Charles Krauthammer, in which the other conservative Washington Post columnist said, “I don’t believe

Will and Dr. Krauthammer, both atheists.


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Reply 1 - Posted by: WAN2, 5/4/2014 7:34:06 PM     (No. 9836309)

Oops. Everlasting enmity and doomed to hell...

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Reply 2 - Posted by: grampus, 5/4/2014 7:47:49 PM     (No. 9836323)

I like what Jefferson said (roughly quoted):
"Speak not of a man´s religion. It is known but to himself and his god alone. If his life has been a good one, and dutiful to society, then the religion that has governed it cannot have been a bad one."

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Reply 3 - Posted by: Screwgun, 5/4/2014 7:51:10 PM     (No. 9836326)

Me too.

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Reply 4 - Posted by: dcomd, 5/4/2014 8:28:04 PM     (No. 9836354)

Psalm 14.1: To the chief Musician, A Psalm of David. The fool hath said in his heart, There is no God. They are corrupt, they have done abominable works, there is none that doeth good. (King James Bible)

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Reply 5 - Posted by: dataman, 5/4/2014 8:36:55 PM     (No. 9836363)

Thank you Screwgun. Admitting atheism on this board is a brave act. There is a lot of hate on here directed towards atheists. I too am an atheist. I generally don´t speak of it, considering it my business. I do feel though that it is important for everyone to know that there are atheists among us and that we are decent, hard-working, happily married, family raising citizen. I have nothing to prove, but I would like to live a life that is an example that a good life can be lived without god.

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Reply 6 - Posted by: JoElla Bee, 5/4/2014 8:36:56 PM     (No. 9836364)

I think of the rich man and Lazarus when I hear someone say they don´t believe in God.

The rich man wanted his five brothers to be told to change their lives so they wouldn´t come and be with him in the place of torments.

God is loving and long-suffering, but there is an appointed time when opportunity to believe and obey ceases.

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Reply 7 - Posted by: Doc Obiwan, 5/4/2014 8:49:22 PM     (No. 9836371)

I don´t believe Will is a conservative, either.

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Reply 8 - Posted by: revdeppisch316, 5/4/2014 8:52:22 PM     (No. 9836372)

As a pastor who once was an agnostic- or a really devoted skeptic-- I do not dislike atheists. I too was once in spiritual darkness-- until the light of Christ apprehended me.

I believe that when one truly investigates the claims of Christ in the Bible through history, archeology, prophecy and extra-biblical truth--they can at least admit that Jesus was not only historically true-- but had the most profound impact on the world as we know it.

The atheist simply has not met the living Christ. He or she cannot be hated or disliked for not coming to a knowledge of God-- for we who are Christians are here only because of GRACE-- not our own doing.

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Reply 9 - Posted by: Grant Hodges, 5/4/2014 8:52:34 PM     (No. 9836373)

Or Krauthammer.

Will and Dr. K are just making a living, working at Fox, the premier name inl broadcast news at this time. One should not dote on them. Will, especially.

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Reply 10 - Posted by: BigGeorgeTX, 5/4/2014 8:55:01 PM     (No. 9836376)

Being a Cub fan will do that to you. I guess George and Charles consider themselves to be too enlightened to believe in God. It does explain why they lean liberal on social issues.

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Reply 11 - Posted by: Charactercounts, 5/4/2014 9:08:32 PM     (No. 9836385)

#5, your beliefs are your own, and I don´t have a problem with what you say, but at least give God the honorific of capitalizing His name.

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Reply 12 - Posted by: ruready?, 5/4/2014 9:13:23 PM     (No. 9836391)

Our nation is departing from its foundation.

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Reply 13 - Posted by: philsner, 5/4/2014 9:13:27 PM     (No. 9836392)

There is no hate here for atheists. Don´t confuse disagreement with hatred like the leftists do.

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Reply 14 - Posted by: Penney, 5/4/2014 9:17:45 PM     (No. 9836395)

Our ship of state´s compass seems to be spinning! ...What´s to keep it on course without its, ´compass?!´

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Reply 15 - Posted by: Aubreyesque, 5/4/2014 9:24:07 PM     (No. 9836398)

In the America that I was brought up in, the America that I was taught to love and live in, it is less important to me to try and change an atheist´s mind than it is to find the common ground of freedom. As long as the atheist and I agree to fight for and protect the Constitution that governs this land, and honor those who have died to protect it before us, than what he believes in his heart is a matter that I am willing to let go and Let God.

And I would hope that MY actions...ACTIONS...show my faith.

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Reply 16 - Posted by: AGGW, 5/4/2014 9:24:40 PM     (No. 9836399)

What´s that saying someone once quoted on here?
If there were no God, there wouldn´t be any atheists.

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Reply 17 - Posted by: wendybird, 5/4/2014 9:32:04 PM     (No. 9836409)

Being an atheist means you believe there is no God. Being an agnostic means you aren’t certain one way or the other. If you reflect at all on the wonder and implausibility of life and environment, it seems claiming to be “agnostic” is a better bet. After all, could you make a cell, or an organism, or the infinity of impossibilities surrounding us, all against the law of entropy.
I do believe that some are born skeptical, some with certainty. God gave us free will.

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Reply 18 - Posted by: altoona, 5/4/2014 9:38:52 PM     (No. 9836414)

I´ve never had much love for Will or Krauthammer, but I sure don´t hold their non-belief against them. The activist atheists trying to prevent the freedom to practice faith are another matter. I have atheist relatives and friends of the low voltage type. No big deal. I don´t have all the answers, but amiably believe God does.

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Reply 19 - Posted by: bluefindad, 5/4/2014 9:40:42 PM     (No. 9836416)

#5 - do not use that word too lightly. In this day many do.

I would lay odds that 99% of Christian LDotters would, if questioned, profess no hatred of atheists and have friends who profess no faith.

What provokes a strong reaction on these boards is the assault of atheist activists on Christians - attempting to violate our rights and drive us from the public square.

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Reply 20 - Posted by: simple simon, 5/4/2014 9:46:17 PM     (No. 9836419)

Thank you #8, you get it.

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Reply 21 - Posted by: Steele81, 5/4/2014 10:27:27 PM     (No. 9836459)

As a Christian, I feel absolutely no hate towards non believers. I am sad for them and I pray that they will find God before they die. That is all.

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Reply 22 - Posted by: chumley, 5/4/2014 10:27:49 PM     (No. 9836461)

Dismissing athiests for a moment...there is a difference between being religious and being spiritual. Religious people go to church, quote scripture and participate in the rituals. For many it is out of a feeling of obligation or tradition, or a fear of eternal damnation. Most of what they do and believe is based on faith in the legitimacy of someone else´s experiences. Some are truly spiritual. Most I have met are not.
You do not have to be religious to be spiritual. Spiritual people find their own path to God. They have their own first hand religious experiences and base their understanding on those.
I have been condemned to Hell or shunned by more Christians than I can count, yet God continues to heap blessings on me all the time. Who do I believe? God or His followers?

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Reply 23 - Posted by: tomanderson61, 5/4/2014 10:51:33 PM     (No. 9836480)

#5, no one here hates you because of what you don´t believe. That´s your problem.

But I´ll tell you what does irritate me. People who throw the word "bravery" around every time someone does something perhaps unpopular.

Not believing in God is not "brave". Nor is having an abortion, and standing up for "women´s health", meaning abortion. Nor is admitting you are gay.

Being brave and having courage is demonstrated every day by real heroes. Firemen running INTO burning structures, doctors helping people with dangerous viruses without fully understanding them, police officers moving into a bank robbery, a child fighting back against a predator, a woman refusing to be a victim of rape and arming herself even against the local laws, a teacher working in a rough school so that she can really reach the disadvantaged.

Those are people showing bravery and courage.

Not someone that chooses not to believe in God and then blathers on about it.

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Reply 24 - Posted by: tatterdemalion, 5/4/2014 11:04:04 PM     (No. 9836491)

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Reply 25 - Posted by: Italiano, 5/4/2014 11:27:05 PM     (No. 9836496)

Christianity is not a "religion." It´s a relationship.

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Reply 26 - Posted by: ColonialAmerican1623, 5/5/2014 12:23:24 AM     (No. 9836528)

As of right now, this is still America. What someone believes or doesn´t believe is their business. We have fought the battle for religious freedom already.

What I believe is between me and my G-d. I am not out converting anyone.

That being sad, I am against Islam. When someone crosses the line to change my beliefs, space, and country, there is a problem.

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Reply 27 - Posted by: Epirb, 5/5/2014 1:39:58 AM     (No. 9836549)

George Will, proclaiming his atheism, reminds me of a tiny flea standing by the foot of a massive elephant, announcing to the world, "I don´t believe there´s such a thing as an elephant. How foolish!" The wise elephant could smash the flea with only the slightest movement of his foot, but he lets the flea keep making a fool of himself, knowing someday the flea will see himself as others see him, pathetic and sad.

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Reply 28 - Posted by: Doc Obiwan, 5/5/2014 2:57:56 AM     (No. 9836561)

#10 got me thinking. George Will is a passionate supporter of the Cubs. Given the record of the Cubs, perhaps it´s understandable he´s lost his faith. Think of all those prayers, over all those years, and...nothing. or very little, anyway. No wonder he is an atheist.

Those of us who live in the St. Louis region have no such problem. We have faith because we knowGod Iis a Cardinals fan.

See you in the post-season! Lol!

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Reply 29 - Posted by: Tall Oak, 5/5/2014 3:11:10 AM     (No. 9836563)

To out myself, I’m agnostic. George Will didn’t “proclaim” his belief, he answered a question. Did you want him to lie? He continued, as most atheists and agnostics will. to speak kindly of those with faith. Most of us in the shadows possess as much disgust for the militant atheists as the faithful do, and we don’t care for the hypocrites that claim belief but won’t act accordingly.

Those of us here whose hearts have not felt the grace of God’s presence are defenders of the basic teaching of Jesus because we believe they are right. But in the honesty of our hearts, we cannot state that we believe if we don’t. On moral issues, we are your comrades in arms and we fight to allow God in our schools, one nation under God, and In God We Trust. In other words, we recognize that a true Christian spirit is a righteous one, and lacking faith is not a choice.

The reluctance to simply state our beliefs on this site is because some here can be judgmental, others can’t believe that we think with the same moral compass as they do, and finally, it just isn’t necessary. I have witnessed and at times participated in heated debates on this site, but not once about anyone quoting scripture. We vastly prefer the company we find here to that of the truly godless left.

If God chooses to reveal Himself to me, He will have Himself a dedicated warrior. Until that time I will quote his Son, “Oh Lord, why have You forsaken me?” If I end up standing before Him, it will be with an honest heart. And that’s between Him and me.

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Reply 30 - Posted by: Tulunk, 5/5/2014 3:16:59 AM     (No. 9836566)

I am always amused that atheists consider themselves intellectually superior. But consider their belief. Everything just "happened." Mix air and water, dirt and time and human beings can think, wake and sleep, gorgeous birds and flowers flourish. Suuuure. And just where did the air and water come from? Who provided the dirt? Take something simple, like a mutt puppy and give it to an atheist, and say, "make one." You can take feather samples, and blood analyses, but you can´t use any part of this or any other mutt puppies. Make it breathe. Go ahead. Surely you and your brilliance can perform this simple chore.

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Reply 31 - Posted by: LC Chihuahua, 5/5/2014 12:12:03 PM     (No. 9837135)

If you do not believe in God, what do you believe in?

Do you believe in yourself?

Do you believe in your family and friends?

Do you believe in government, your job, or society?

Do you believe in wealth?

None of that measures up, and that is why people believe in a God. Exactly what God a person believes in is a topic for another discussion.

As for Will and Krauthammer, what they think is secondary since a person is suppose to make their own choices. Will and Krauthammer can believe whatever they please as long as they are not hurting anyone, IMHO.

I personally choose to believe in a Christian God.

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Reply 32 - Posted by: Tall Oak, 5/5/2014 1:53:25 PM     (No. 9837313)

There are 31 posts above, not a single one is anti-religion, but several are judgmental of non believers just as I posted earlier. There are no examples to back up the claim that non believers think they’re superior to anyone, yet we’re painted with a broad brush because of some vocal idiots. The Christian Faith has a wide range of denominations as do the atheists and agnostics. While there is no outright hate in the posts, several have shown distain and belittlement to those lacking in your faith. If I remember correctly, judgment belongs to Him alone.

This site is populated by conservatives and the subjects are primarily about politics. If religion were the litmus test for conservatism, the movement would lose a substantial number of the ranks, and we would willingly bow out if that is the consensus here. Let’s make a deal, we won’t evaluate you by the Westboro Baptist Church members, if you don’t throw us in with the militant atheists.

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Reply 33 - Posted by: eiobx, 5/5/2014 5:56:23 PM     (No. 9837608)

How to convert an atheist to a skeptic:

"Do you know everything?" (honest answer - "No")

"Is it possible that God exists outside your limited knowledge?" (honest answer - "Yes, but you can´t know for certain.")

"You realize that you just contradicted yourself..."

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The 5 Most Dangerous Guns in America
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Rolling Stone, by Kristen Gwynne    Original Article
Posted By: scottc- 7/15/2014 11:46:15 AM     Post Reply
Contrary to what those who defend the right to own high-powered assault rifles believe, not all guns are created equal. Due to a combination of availability, portability and criminal usage the following five types of guns are the country's most dangerous. School Shootings: Widely Reported Tragedies Since 2000 - Using firearm trace data from the ATF, as well as FBI homicide records, we determined the types of guns most often recovered from crime scenes and/or used in murders. The numbers are stark: According to the FBI's 2012 Crime in the US data, nearly 70 percent of homicides for which the FBI received weapons data involved the use

The media can no longer ignore
Obama and Hillary Clinton´s problems

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Washington Examiner [DC], by Noemie Emery    Original Article
Posted By: StormCnter- 7/16/2014 5:15:16 AM     Post Reply
It had to come sometime, and it came in one very bad week for the Democrats: that the many big problems with Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama finally grew too great for the press to ignore. Obama in his own different way is heading towards Nixon-like levels of weirdness, as, beaten down by the failures regarding his ventures, he appears to have quit his own job. A.B. Stoddard of the Hill says in effect he has stopped being president and chooses to live in a world of his own, shutting out the problems that have become overwhelming, giving dinners where he talks

Rove American Crossroads
in Mississippi Controversy

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American Spectator, by Jeffrey Lord    Original Article
Posted By: Desert Fox- 7/16/2014 8:43:14 AM     Post Reply
The headline in the Washington Post on June 4 was clear: Rove-backed American Crossroads won’t get involved in Cochran runoff Said the Post story the day after Tea Party favorite Chris McDaniel had defeated six-term Mississippi GOP Senator Thad Cochran in the first round of the state’s GOP primary: American Crossroads, a GOP establishment organization, has decided to shift its political focus almost entirely to the general election and will not be spending money in the likely runoff election to decide the Mississippi Senate nomination that was virtually deadlocked after Tuesday night. […] “Other than Alaska, we have completed our work on Senate primaries

Exclusive - Sessions Warns All of Congress:
Obama´s New Immigration Strategy ´Threatens
Foundation of Our Constitutional Republic´

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Breitbart´s Big Government, by Matthew Boyle    Original Article
Posted By: KarenJ1- 7/15/2014 9:28:19 AM     Post Reply
Senate Budget Committee ranking member Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) has warned all of his colleagues in Congress that President Barack Obama’s new immigration strategy—his plans to legalize millions of illegal alien adults through executive power—could destroy America as we know it. “I write to inform you of a development that threatens the foundation of our constitutional Republic,” Sessions, Congress’s top immigration hawk, wrote in a letter that was hand-delivered to all 535 members of Congress on Monday and provided exclusively to Breitbart News. Sessions cites a recent report from the National Journal, in which reporter Major Garrett detailed how, despite the ongoing

Eric Holder: Americans Should Not
Be ´Color Blind,´ But ´Color Brave´

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Breitbart´s Big Government, by Charlie Spiering    Original Article
Posted By: KarenJ1- 7/15/2014 1:34:47 PM     Post Reply
Attorney General Eric Holder encouraged Americans not to forget race while working for justice and equality in their country. “As it stands, our society is not yet color blind -- nor should it be -- given the disparities that still afflict and divide us.” Holder explained, “We must be color brave, and we must never forget that all are made better and more prosperous if all are given equal opportunities.” Holder made his remarks during a speech at Howard University on Tuesday for the 50th Anniversary Celebration of the Civil Rights Act. “We must take into account not only the

Behind the scenes at the
Clinton White House

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New York Post, by Geoff Earle    Original Article
Posted By: StormCnter- 7/15/2014 5:04:05 AM     Post Reply
WASHINGTON — It was an enduring image of his presidency: a chastened Bill Clinton walking his dog while wife Hillary keeps her distance as the family leaves town at the height of the Monica Lewinsky scandal — but it was all part of a contrived public-repentance campaign, according to a new book. With Bill on the skids and his wife’s future prospects on the line, it was necessary for the pubic to see the president being punished, said Weekly Standard online editor Daniel Halper in his new book, “Clinton, Inc.: The Audacious Rebuilding of a Political Machine.” “They understood that

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