Why do "Atheists" say they want Jerry Sandusky or other evil people like him to burn in HELL?
If you're an Atheist you don't believe in Hell do you?
- slappyjkLv 77 years agoFavorite Answer
Jerry Sandusky is just a 68 year old man, stuck in the body of a 10 year old boy!
Most atheists are liberals, the surprising thing is that liberals are so riled up about a gay rapist like Sandusky. I guess if they can instruct the media to never use the word "gay", they can condemn Sandusky without harming their victim du jour- gays. Did you notice, the liberal media would never use the word "gay" when reporting the gay rape of underage men, by priests? Gay and lesbian advocates actually sent instructions, to every news media group, to never report the gay rapes by priests, with the word "gay". While the victims of the priest's rapes, were mostly between the ages
of 12 - 16, liberals were told by gay advocates to use the term "pedophile". Liberals changed the definition of the word to mean, underage. Pedophile is attraction to young children, between 0 - 9.
The victims of the gay rapes were much older but liberals did not want the word "gay" used when reporting the crimes.
I guess atheists use expressions like hell and Christmas because its part of our culture.
- Anonymous7 years ago
We say it to mock you fool christians...you people created Hell to serve as a deterrent to sin but then you neutered Satan with the "once save always saved" bs and the "sincerely repent for raping 5000 little boys and god will forgive you and you get heaven".
So if an Atheist says " you deserve to burn in hell" we don't mean it literally, we basically are saying Sandusky is the type of human who would deserve such a punishment...but you christians have various ways of bypassing hell so you can continue to sin on a daily basis.
We also might view it as Hell = Prison.
In that sense Jerry most certainly will burn in hell for the rest of his life...hopefully he will be raped repeatedly, most likely will since he ain't got no god to protect him.
- WesLv 47 years ago
It's a turn of phrase.