Why Atheists Can’t Write Good Stories, Short Version

I have previously written at some length about why atheists can’t write good stories. If you want to read a more in-depth treatment, there’s Why Moderns Always Modernize Stories and Why Do Moderns Write Morally Ambiguous Good Guys? However, for convenience, I’ve come up with a very succinct version:

Unless an atheist pretends that God exists in his story, his story is set in Hell. There are no good stories in Hell.

10 thoughts on “Why Atheists Can’t Write Good Stories, Short Version

  1. Mary

    Oh, yes. The revisions to Madeleine and the Mists were nowhere near as extensive as those to A Diabolical Bargain — partly because Bargain pretended to be a novelette when I started.

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  2. “Unless an atheist pretends that God exists in his story, his story is set in Hell. There are no good stories in Hell.”

    wow, that’s quite a nice little lie there, dear. So, exactly where is your god now? And do show evidence. We have most, if not all, theists claiming that their god is the “creator”, so unless you can show that your god is the only one and no other gods exist, you are a failure there. And we have most, if not all, theists claiming that only their version of their god has the “right” answer when it comes to morals, good and evil etc. So unless you can show your god to be right, you got nothing more than your fellow theists whom you claim are wrong.

    There being no evidence for heaven or hell and Christians unable to agree on what either really are, no need to think that any of you are right and no reason to think you are Christians at all since you can’t do what your bible promises that any baptized believer in christ as savior can do.

    It’s a shame that so many Christians are thoughtless and so pathetically sadistic. No one needs you or your god at all and that’s what makes you upset.

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    1. Bingo! Wow, all of those atheist buzzwords in one post. I’m impressed. Here, let me try: stop trying to scare me with your word salad I think for myself it’s amazing how you’re the poster child for Dunning Kruger cognitive dissonance bronze age goat hurdurrs!

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      1. nice comment Chris. Unable to rebut what I’ve said and pathetic attempts to be insulting.

        I do enjoy seeing a Christian being so inept. I guess god does need some HR help with getting competent apologists.

        It’s a shame that Christians can’t get their act together and come up with one “truth”.

        Thanks for showing that you do have problems spelling. It’s herders, dear, not “hurdurrs”. 🙂

        As for thinking for yourself, no evidence for that either. Tsk.

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