Why Do Atheists Seem To Have The Urge To Always Attack God’s Word?

Atheists saying no to God and yes to sin 

Today I got pingback from an atheist who takes pleasure in maligning believers in Jesus Christ. Here is a quick bio of Bruce which he put public.

Copy and paste from his site

Bruce Gerencser, 59

Bruce pastored Evangelical churches for 25 years in Ohio, Texas, and Michigan. Bruce left the ministry in 2005 and in 2008 he left Christianity. Bruce is now a humanist and an atheist.  

The question that enters my mind is why do atheists hate Jesus so much as to go out of their way to attack Him and try to desperately prove that He is false? I think that the answer is because deep down in their spirit/heart they know that the Word of God is true and judgment will come to them but they want to feel better about their sin and rejection of Christ so by trying to disprove Christianity, they are trying to convince themselves, listen closely, “they are trying” to convince themselves of their own lie which Satan has whispered into their ears so that they can’t get saved. When a person is not in any perceivable danger, they won’t call for help and Satan is successful at convincing these atheists that they are not in danger.

The evidence that God exists is so overwhelming that the only way to go against pure evidence is by reprogramming their thoughts to completely bypass logic and reason.

Bruce Gerencser is a sad case of what an apostate is and the reality is that those who are not grounded in the faith will get hit hard by the devil who’s eyes are constantly on the believers. Saying that, I believe according to 1 John 2:19 that Bruce was never saved but was close and those without the Holy Spirit cannot stand against the pounding of the wind and waves of the enemy according to Matthew 7:26-27 which says, “26 And every one who hears these sayings of Mine and does not do them will be likened to a foolish man who built his house on the sand. 27 And the rain descended, the floods came, and the winds blew and beat on that house. And it fell. And its fall was great.” 


Why have I mentioned this atheist by name? It is because I want all Christians to bring Bruce Gerencser’s name before the Lord for his salvation because the hell that’s waiting for him and all those who believe Satan’s lie is truly and unfathomably horrific.


26 thoughts on “Why Do Atheists Seem To Have The Urge To Always Attack God’s Word?

  1. This guy again?! Remember when he did that to me? I’m sure it’s the same guy..older heavier set guy? When I did look on his page and even his videos what I saw was that he’s deeply hurt, wounded, and offended..I wasn’t angry with him I felt sad for him. And good on you friend to let us all know to pray for him. Amen!!

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    1. You’re 100% wrong, I went to an atheist site that has “I hate Jesus” and if I would ask you a question about being a theft if its wrong, what would you say? If you say yes then you acknowledge that it is a sin. Sin means that it is wrong.


      1. Actually, you are 100% wrong… on both counts.

        1) If you would have actually read the article from Bruce that you’re referencing you would know that essiep is right.

        Go read it and repent before you further bear false witness.

        2) Acknowledging that there are theives (or that theft is ‘wrong’) in no way admits to the fundy concept of sin.

        You’re in over your head here. Not only do criticize what you don’t understand, you’re not even well versed in your own dogma.

        Jesus said that those who look at a woman to lust have commuted ‘sin…’ Sin is missing a mark that god has defined (as seen above).

        No atheist believes that thought crime (e.g. Looking lustfully is (or ‘thought crime’) is sin.’ Why? Because, again as essiep said, ‘sin is a religious concept.’

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      2. I have already repented and accepted Jesus Christ as my Lord and Savior, something that I hope you do before it’s too late. What is missing the mark? You have no clue what you are talking about, you are unqualified to understand scripture since it is discerned through the Holy Spirit which you are devoid of according to
        1 Corinthians 2:14
        14 But the natural man does not receive the things of the Spirit of God, for they are foolishness to him; nor can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned.

        Sin is disobedience to God’s Word, anything that goes against God’s commands is a sin. Falling short or missing the mark means that one’s good works can’t save them since we are born in sin only faith in Jesus Christ can we be saved. Sin is the opposite of good. Is it good to lust? Go tell your wife next time that you’re lusting after someone else see what happens. Sin’s actions are murder, theft, hatred (atheism) and etc. God is good and His goodness is seen through His sacrificial love on the cross…When one lust’s or commits murder he/she is doing the opposite of God’s commands which is sin/evil. I mean if you can’t understand the difference is because you love your sin and want to keep lusting, hating like your atheist’s friends.

        You’re the one over your head since you can’t distinguish between right and wrong since you atheists don’t believe in evil which is silly.


  2. Hi,

    Bruce just believes in one less god than you do. He doesn’t hate a non existent being. He is a humanist who values human life and seeks to treat others with dignity and respect. Bruce is right when he considers Fundamentalism to be a dangerous cult that oppresses people who are under its thumb.

    The Jesus he hates is the American Jesus that is prevalent in Fundamentalist circles, not a Jesus of compassion, kindness and peace.

    John Arthur

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      1. Hi Spaniard,

        Is the American Jesus the same as the Jesus of the Sermon on the Mount and the Sermon on the Plain? To hate the Jesus of American capitalism that champions the wealthy and the powerful and to love the Jesus of peace and compassion are two different things. As John Howard Yoder put it in his book “He came Preaching peace”, the Jesus of American capitalism is the antithesis of the Jesus who preached peace and well being (shalom).

        So no, I don’t agree with you that Bruce hates Jesus Christ of the Sermon on the Mount. He just doesn’t believe that he rose from the dead or that God actually exists. He does NOT hate God.

        John Arthur


      2. The Jesus of the Bible is the same Jesus we worship today because Christians read and follow the living Word. If you meet a so-called Christian that lives contrary to scripture than they are not following the Jesus of the Bible. Jesus DID rise from the grave because His disciples gave up their lives for it. No one who makes up a story knowing that it is fake will die for it but they did because they truly seen the risen Lord Jesus and if you don’t repent and put your faith in Him you will be lost. Jesus loves you John and no matter what you are going through He wants a relationship with you. Don’t look at the flaws of people but look to Jesus of scripture who is perfect.

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    1. Let’s start with simple logic, do you need to see someone to know that they are there? The answer is no, why do I say that, its because if they leave evidence of themselves then that would be their footprint that they were there. Let’s use an illustration: You are in a deserted island but one morning you start to walk on the beach and it happens that you see footprints on the sand. You won’t question or start to think that the waves or time created those footprints but you will get excited. If you see a building you don’t have to question if a human built it regardless if you can meet him or not. In the same way the stars, the sun and the moon are God’s footprints on the sand, meaning that God left evidence of His existence and I’m not going to go into details on Biblical prophecy which were fulfilled and historical evidence of Jesus existence through secular historians and so forth. But I would like to stick to the basics and prove through creation that God does exist. The big bang, those who believe in it claim that an explosion created order while there is no evidence of that because if you explode a TNT, the only thing that it will create is disorder.

      Psalm 19:1-4
      1 The heavens declare the glory of God,
      and the sky proclaims the work of His hands.
      2 Day after day they pour out speech;
      night after night they communicate knowledge.
      3 There is no speech; there are no words;
      their voice is not heard.
      4 Their message has gone out to all the earth,
      and their words to the ends of the world.
      In the heavens He has pitched a tent for the sun.

      Romans 1:19-20
      19 since what can be known about God is evident among them, because God has shown it to them. 20 For His invisible attributes, that is, His eternal power and divine nature, have been clearly seen since the creation of the world, being understood through what He has made. As a result, people are without excuse.


      1. So where is the evidence linking that stuff to your god? You’ve made assertions that those things are because of your god. Assertions aren’t evidence though. You need to demonstrate why it’s your god that gets the credit.

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      2. My God who is the true Living God is the one who created the universe. Creation itself shows that someone with intelligence, power, wisdom and who is eternal created the universe because of its complexity in all form of the word. The science community said that space is expanding outward meaning that it had a beginning. The evidence is all around you here on earth from flowers to all sorts of animals to our own planet. If the earth was too far or too close there wouldn’t be life on earth so it had to be placed just at the right distance from the sun. This argument can be like unto a dog that chases its own tail and gets nowhere. If you are set in your own beliefs then all of my evidence that I would present to you will be rejected. Either you are sincere or you just want to win an argument. If you just want to win an argument then you will have to try with someone else because I won’t waste by time since it won’t go nowhere.


  3. Hi Spaniard,

    Isn’t it a big jump from asserting the possibility of a creator to assuming that it must be Yahweh? Why not Allah? After all doesn’t the Muslim assume that Allah is the creator and that the Koran is his Word, just like the Fundamentalist Christian assumes that Yahweh is the creator and Jesus Christ and the bible are his Word?

    John Arthur


    1. I’m not assuming that God is Yahweh, I’m telling you that He is Yahweh which means I AM, never had a beginning if you are wondering what it means. The Qur’an was written 2400 years after the old testament. The Qur’an gives a new testimony of Jesus Christ which the Bible in Galatians 1:9 warns you about that if another angel gives a different view or testimony of Jesus let him be anathema, it means to be under God’s curse. The Qur’an which by the way I have read completely attacks the new testament. It asserts that Jesus didn’t die on the cross and that He wasn’t the Son of God. These assertion attack the salvation of menkind and His Deity. The Qur’an only has one purpose which is to oppose Jesus Christ as the Savior of the world making the Qur’an Satanic.

      The other message you sent cannot be given a quick answer so I will have to answer you with a post.


  4. Proving there is a god by using the Bible is like using the word you are trying to define in its definition.
    There is no provable evidence outside your flawed Bible that give any provable evidence of ANY god…let alone your interpretation of a god.

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    1. There’s a saying that goes, “you can take a horse to the water trough but you can’t make it drink.” In the same way, “you can bring an atheist to evidence but you can’t make him see it.” You are surrounded by evidence but you foolishly choose to ignore what’s in your face. Your heart has already decided to reject the Truth, there’s nothing that anyone can do to prove it to you, you have already made up your mind. Thanks for stopping by, have a nice day.


  5. nidaateo

    As an atheist, I hate religion because growing up it was being shoved down my throat every chance someone got. It is not about any religion specifically, its just that we are around so many religious people all the time that it gets frustrating to always defend your beliefs while the other person just assumes they are right and they are the majority so what can you do. When you grow up you just want to attack their beliefs like they attacked yours.


    1. Okay, hmm well, I don’t know who you have encountered but Christians as myself don’t attack people. We just give them the message of salvation and if you reject it we just leave you alone and go to someone else. No one can be forced to believe in Jesus Christ, it has to come from the heart of the person by they deciding on their own. I speak by my own encounters with other people.


      1. nidaateo

        Ah it was just an opinion. I grew up around Muslims and Christians and if it wasn’t one it was the other shoving their beliefs but that’s just my experience, you may be a better person.


      2. I don’t consider myself better anyone else. Not everyone that claims to be Christians are one. Maybe they were immature in the faith or a false Christian like for an example: Jehovah Witnesses, Mormonism, etc. They both deny Christ deity which makes them non-Christian. But anyways thanks for your opinion.


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