What exactly do you get when the atheistic worldview is carried out to its logical conclusion? Chaos. Death. Destruction. The citizens of Jokela, Finland, found that out earlier today:
Finnish police said five male pupils, two females and the middle-aged female principal were shot dead when an 18-year-old pupil the building at around midday with a .22 calibre handgun and started shooting randomly.The suspected gunman, Pekka-Erik Auvinen, had no prior criminal record, but he did have other problems:
Auvinen, described as holding "extreme Darwinian" views, is also thought to be responsible for another video recently posted on You Tube called "Just testing my gun" where an individual dressed in black shoots a pistol at a piece of fruit in a snowy forest.That's Darwinism in a nutshell.
"I'm a natural selector and will eliminate all those I see as unfit," Sturmgeist89 wrote on You Tube recently.
Anyone adheres to an atheistic worldview lacks the necessary foundation to make moral judgments. Oh, the atheist will try to say that his worldview allows for things like good and bad, right and wrong, but such notions are meaningless in a philosophy that wishes man to remain unaccountable to a Creator. Doing what's "right" boils down to doing what feels good "right now."
Brian Godawa, a Christian screenwriter and director, carried out the atheist philosophy to its logical conclusion in his short film Cruel Logic. You may find it a little disturbing, but I think it depicts perfectly the kind of world the atheists are trying to force on the rest of us -- whether they realize it or not: