Modern trendy religion espouses the doctrine that you need to believe in God and love him in order to dignify yourself as a human being. It follows that Atheists are destroying human dignity and consequentially are to blame for destroying morality and causing anarchy. The Atheist is happy to promote his doctrine though it is a justification for murder and causes people to kill. The Atheist incites to hate. We see then that it is certain that a religion that does not persecute and incarcerate Atheists and even believers with insufficient belief is betraying its own self.
What if the Church starts saying that Atheists do believe in human dignity as much as they do, but for a different reason which entitles the Atheists to peaceful lives? God revealed himself to us for he claims he can give us true dignity. The Church is denying that if it accepts Atheists for atheism becomes an alternative to religion.

Liberal Christianity while judging a lot takes pride in pretending to not judge.
When somebody is judged by somebody they might say, “Who made you judge over me?” Jesus when he judged people would have replied and Christian judges would also reply, “God.” For believers, God being the judge of the world who alone has intrinsic authority can only make lawful judges by delegating some of his authority to them. This implies that religion and the state should be one and the same entity and atheists should not be appointed as judges for it is more appropriate to have believers. The atheist believes that the need for judges (as long as reason is obeyed and followed up on) gives the judge authority not God. Why would it be God if people have to reason a God into existence meaning their reasoning has the ultimate say? Belief in God detracts from acceptance of the judicial system and does not help it one iota. God = bigotry, intolerance.
When all legitimate authority comes from God (Romans 13) it follows that the state should have at least some concern for God and foster religious revival and stability and keep Atheists and humanists and certain heretics who think God is not all good out. To be an Atheist is to deny that the infinite good of God exists so if God exists then this is an extreme injustice and departure from goodness so Atheists would have to be persecuted. They undermine good.
Bible doctrines such as that we need to believe in God in order to receive graces that help us live a holy life and that God is the Lawgiver all support the persecution of Atheists. When reason says, “Don’t steal” that should be enough. You don’t need a God proclaiming, “Thou Shalt not Steal and this is my Law”. How can God make a law that is already a law and true even if there is no God? God is saying there is no law but what he says is right and wrong. So even if he tells you to stick your head in a microwave oven and get it turned on what God says goes. It is only out of luck and the inability to do otherwise that many of God’s morals match what reason says is good for if God went too far nobody would have anything to do with him. The Bible then definitely teaches that there is no law where there is no belief in God and that the state should legislate according to the word of God.
A law must punish violators of the law to be a law. God does not need to tell us to avoid murdering and stealing. If he commands us to avoid them - and Christianity says he does - then that is an attempt to compel us to obey him by making us scared of the threat of punishment. A God who compels obedience necessarily then compels us to be intolerant of atheists.

If Atheism and not knowing the truth are so bad then God’s people have a duty to kidnap the children of unbelievers to raise them in their so-called truth.
All religions hold that there is such a thing as intolerable religion. It is easy for the religions to start seeing atheists as intolerant.  Liberals and fundamentalists both parade the alleged crimes of atheists to show how much faith is needed.  This has to stop.  Not least because liberal Christianity was up to its neck in what was done to the Jews during the Nazi holocaust.

The Amplified Bible

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