Barak Lurie Moment: Atheism Kills

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On this new edition of The Glazov Gang, we feature the Barak Lurie Moment with Barak Lurie, the author of  of the new book, Atheism Kills: The Dangers of a World Without God – And Cause for Hope.

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9 thoughts on “Barak Lurie Moment: Atheism Kills”

  1. I have not read Lurie’s book on Atheism but noticed that it got a lot of negative reviews on the Amazon site. I would be curious about whether Lurie has read any of those very negative comments and has a response to them. Apparently his book has a lot of historical errors, according to many of the responders. Maybe attacking atheists is not an effective way to have a positive impact on society. Looking at the Bible we know that the Old Testament has a lot of passages that can be criticized and with good reason. But I feel that the New Testament provides a positive outlook for life, even though a number of obviously nonChristians or atheists would disagree with even that statement. The one thing about atheism is that it has no defined goals (there is no Book of Atheism), seemingly, other than to reject the existence of God. What that approach to life has done, in my opinion, has led to a society without a clear moral compass. Too often the ten commandments have no significance for today’s society of non believers in Christianity or Judaism. The Muslim religion, if you want to call it that, does not ascribe to the 10 commandments. They are, to my knowledge, not mentioned in the Koran. As for other religions, I don’t know enough to comment.

    1. could it be that Amazon like Google ,Facebook and Twitter is bias and only post the negative comments?

      1. I have not found the Amazon site to be biased. The critiques are often favorable toward conservative books. I think the topic of atheism is difficult to attack because it is difficult to define. There are no set tenets for atheism.

        1. No, atheism is not at all difficult to define. Atheism is the rejection of belief in God or gods, and nothing more.

      2. No, Amazon also posted many positive comments. Lurie’s disgusting book is full of appalling lies, and that is why it gets negative reviews from people who are different from Jamie Glazov, in that they find blatant lies to be objectionable.

    2. The book is full of appalling lies. Jamie Glazov has no objection to any of these lies, but it seems that some OTHER people do have a dislike for books full of lies.

  2. Dear Jamie Glazov:

    By promoting Barak Lurie and false sstatements about Hitler and the Nazis, you are now promoting a form of Holocaust denial. Lurie does not deny that the Holocaust occurred, but he denies the indisputable facts that Hitler and his Nazis were Christians and that the Holocaust was perpetrated by a Christian government. I have decided not to tolerate this. I will be sending out many letters resembling the following one which I sent already:

    Dear Pamela Geller:

    If I were Jewish, I would be very concerned about any growing efforts to obscure the truth about the Holocaust and how it came to occur.

    I am writing to alert you that your friend, Jamie Glazov – whom I always admired and followed for years until now – has actually begun to help a very dishonest person named Barak Lurie to spread lies about the Holocaust, by promoting Barak Lurie and his disgusting book called “Atheism Kills.”

    The lies about the Holocaust which Jamie Glazov is now helping Barak Lurie to spread are that Hitler and his Nazis were “godless atheists,” that Nazism was godless, and that, therefore, the Holocaust was perpetrated by atheists.

    I am sure that nearly all Christians would now wish these things were true. However, they are not true in the slightest degree. I am sure that Barak Lurie knows they are not true, and that is why I call them lies on his part. I do not think that any Jewish person should want the truth about the Holocaust to be obscured, no matter how uncomfortable the truth may be for their dear Christian friends.

    Here is an article that reveals the truth of the matter quite clearly:

    Hitler throughout his life declared himself to be a Christian and a “soldier of the Lord.” He never made any secret of his anti-Semitism, and he was voted into power by a Christian populace. Here is a translated excerpt from one of his speeches:

    “My feelings as a Christian points me to my Lord and Savior as a fighter. It points me to the man who once in loneliness, surrounded by a few followers, recognized these Jews for what they were and summoned men to fight against them and who, God’s truth! was greatest not as a sufferer but as a fighter. In boundless love as a Christian and as a man I read through the passage which tells us how the Lord at last rose in His might and seized the scourge to drive out of the Temple the brood of vipers and adders. How terrific was His fight for the world against the Jewish poison. To-day, after two thousand years, with deepest emotion I recognize more profoundly than ever before the fact that it was for this that He had to shed His blood upon the Cross. As a Christian I have no duty to allow myself to be cheated, but I have the duty to be a fighter for truth and justice… And if there is anything which could demonstrate that we are acting rightly it is the distress that daily grows. For as a Christian I have also a duty to my own people.”

    – Adolf Hitler, in a speech on 12 April 1922 (Norman H. Baynes, ed. The Speeches of Adolf Hitler, April 1922-August 1939, Vol. 1 of 2, pp. 19-20, Oxford University Press, 1942)

    In 1933, Hitler ESTABLISHED one of the largest Christian Church organizations in the world. It was called the German Reich Christian Church. It united the various existing Protestant churches into in a single national German Christian church. Hitler certainly didn’t replace the pastors with “godless atheists.” The same old Christian pastors kept their jobs.

    Hitler’s millions of soldiers were issued belt buckles that said “Gott mit Uns” – God is with us.

    I myself was brought up as a Methodist, and my grandfather was a Methodist minister. I certainly do not think that any Christian should want to obscure the appalling role of Christianity in the Holocaust, by spreading the lie that Hitler and his Nazis were “godless atheists,” when in fact they were ardent Christians, voted into power by a Christian populace. Yet that is exactly what Jamie Glazov is now doing, by helping Barak Lurie spread this very same lie. I do not think that any Jewish person should want this either, no matter how many Christian friends she may have. That is why I have written to you. Please ask Jamie Glazov to stop helping Barak Lurie spread lies about the Holocaust.

    Thank you for reading this.


    Ted Crater

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