On TV, Christians Boast of Ruining Atheist Lit 8

In Orange County, FL, Christian groups were allowed to display and leave Bibles and informational literature in public high schools. Atheist groups then obtained permission to leave brochures in the same manner.

In some schools, boxes of atheist brochures were stolen. Watch this video to see a Boone High student named Heather Senfire (I couldn’t verify the spelling of her last name) proudly admit to the TV interviewer that she ruined the remaining atheist literature by pouring water on it. The reason: She didn’t like the stuff. She couldn’t just walk by it without doing something. Quote:

“I mean, I understand that it’s fair, you know — like, Christians come in here with their Bibles — but, you know … we all have our own opinions.”

To her credit, she does seem to squirm a little bit when she catches herself in her own lack of logic. Watch it at 0:42.
Heather might get along great with Joe MacDonald, the Wilkes-Barre vandal who illegally took down an atheist banner from a public space last December. MacDonald faces criminal mischief charges.

8 thoughts on “On TV, Christians Boast of Ruining Atheist Lit

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  2. GodVlogger (on YouTube) May 6,2013 10:45 pm

    Heather could be charged and convicted of a religious hate crime.

    She appears to be guilty of destruction of property due to bias against the religious views of those who owned / provided the atheist literature.

    • Rai May 8,2013 10:34 am

      The fact of the matter is… Almost all crimes are hate crimes. And atheism isn’t a religion.

  3. Joy May 13,2013 10:38 am

    Atheism isn’t a religion. How could she be convicted of a religious hate crime? Destruction of property, yes.

    Why do people insist on calling atheism a religion?

  4. Hoho May 27,2013 12:53 pm

    A bit of an old entry but from what I understood the “religious hate crime” was probably meant as “crime committed because of one’s religion”. Kind of like Quran tells to kill ex-muslims.

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  6. downtown dave Jul 17,2013 8:59 pm

    As I was thinking about the “You can be good without God” slogan this morning, it occcured to me that at least on two points this slogan is Scriptural, and I want to commend the people who came up with it. First, in Matthew 7:11 Jesus says, “If you, then, though you are evil, know how to give good gifts to your children,…”. Jesus, the Son of God, states that a person who is evil knows how to give good gifts and knows how to do good things. Second, you make the statement that a person can be good without God, not that a person is good without God. This implies you are not there yet and have some work to do to become good. Romans 3:23 says, “for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God,”. So, in your slogan you say that a person can do good things without God, and that you fall short of being good…both of these points are Scriptural.

    As far as your hating religion? Jesus hates religion as well. There are those who want to give you a list of things to do and a list of things not to do, and by following these things God will accept you. That is not Scriptural. What Jesus wants is to give you life and a relationship with Him that is free to you. He paid the price. He went to the cross to take away your sin and He wants to credit you with His righteousness, something you cannot earn. That’s what the Apostle Paul means when he tells us that salvation is by grace and not by works.

  7. Terry Firma Jul 17,2013 10:41 pm

    Does it say anywhere that I hate religion?

    But yes, I do have deep dislike for folks like yourself, who come here in an apparent effort to do some link-mining in addition to spouting some non sequitur Bible bromides.

    The text on your website says that people who don’t believe in God “traffic in deception.” According to you, “they are systematically trying to take God out of America, and they are walking right into our schools and destroying our children.”

    That’s laughable.

    There is simply no common ground here, no room for discussion. Your malevolent slander and distortions are not welcome on this blog. Please refrain from commenting again.

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