According to American atheist Joseph Brooks God does not exist and such is apparent to anyone who knows how to apply critical thinking, “Anyone with a brain knows that ‘god’ doesn’t exist. Science proves it. Pure reason and logic prove it. Neil Degrasse Tyson even said so on the Cosmos reboot.”
Brooks is in fact quite open to admitting what most atheists prefer to conceal,
“And that’s why I have devoted my life to one purpose and one purpose only: absolutely destroying him. Though he isn’t real, he consumes my every waking moment. My every breath is given to this one great cause. I eat, work, play, and live for the noble aim, to end this imaginary god’s made-up existence.”
What inspires him is that America is still “a very religious country” making his goal all the more worthy, “It’s like a hunter,” says Brooks, “who ventures into a forest where the animal wildlife population is soaring through the roof. The hunter will have a great time!” Evidently he would seem to suggest that America, with its majority religious population, is ripe for some atheist freethinking and reason.
Brooks points to several anti-God and anti-religion works that he feels clinch the issue, notably the likes of Richard Dawkins’ “The God Delusion” and the late Christopher Hitchens’ masterpiece “god Is Not Great.” Despite much of the criticism such works have received from other atheists within their own camp, Brooks decided that they trump any criticism, “To even think about criticizing these atheist men of reason can only stem from irrational tendencies!” he says.
Brooks, however, aims to continue in his quest to destroy the imaginary sky God,
“Even when I go to sleep, I dream of standing over this imaginary god and raising a fist of triumph, secure in the knowledge that I have vanquished a god who does not exist. God, if you’re out there somewhere (and I know you’re not), sleep with one eye open—I’m coming for you!” he proclaims in much excitement.
PS: This article was sourced from the Babylon Bee on top of which I sprinkled some of my own creativity.