The REAL Reason Atheists Don’t Believe In Allah



So I just reached 100 subscribers on my YouTube channel!

I had made a goal of 100 for the year of 2017 and have already reached it.

So I’m pretty excited about that.

Thank you to anyone who subbed through this blog. I’m hoping to do a 100 subscriber video in the near future. Maybe a Q&A or something, so if you have any ideas or any questions you’d like me to answer, please leave them in the comment section.

In this video I respond to a believer who says he knows the real reason why atheists don’t believe in his god. I hope you enjoy it.



  1. Congrats!

    I want that song. And I’m totally gonna learn that zombie dance! I wonder if its on dance central on mah xbox? 🤣

    The rest? Hogwash. But illuminating and revealing.

    I recently lost a new muslim friend b/c of my recent post linking your blog in my LOB category. Bahaha! Meh, good riddance. I have no time for close-mindedness and one track minds that are not accepting of differences. I love it when people weed themselves out as I tend to be lazy about such things.

    I’m linking Mo next. I wonder who will be offended by her poetry, haha.

    Another great post, you!

  2. [ Smiles ] Hey, that is not the real reason that Atheists refuse to believe in Allah.

    For starters, Allah is considered as the God that Muslims worship.

    Atheists do not believe in God in general; it does not matter whether that God is the head figure of Christianity, Islam, etcetera.

    Hmm. I must be the only spiritual person who defends Atheists; I should have been a damn lawyer.

  3. Another excellent video. Perhaps the first thing religious folk should do is sit down and amicably agree which religion is correct. This Islamic apologist script could have been spoken by a Christian. Now Christians and Muslims both think the other is mistaken, the irony is that so many of their arguments are the same in the apologetics sphere.

    The irony of a religious person claiming that atheists reject evidence and base conclusions on emotion is really breathtaking.

    In the case of Islam the preponderance of terrorism in the name of the religion makes me quite certain that it could be from a divine source.

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