History teaches us that no other cause has brought more death than the word of god.
I guess Mr. Buzila never heard of the Communist Revolutions of the 20th Century, that killed an estimated hundred million people.
However, that isn't too surprising if you were to do an internet search on "Guilian Buzila".
I was expecting to find a college professor or a writer of some reknown in left-wing wine sipping circles. Instead, the only Giulian Buzila I could dig up was a chef somewhere in Los Angeles.
So are Atheist blogs and websites now quoting the observations of a chef as if he were an expert on religion and history?
I doubt it highly.
I'm willing to bet that it's completely bogus, a quote made up by some guy on the internet and credited to the most unusual name he could dig up.
More's the pity.
This quote is on dozens of atheist websites and blogs. Somebody is even festooning hoodies and T-shirts with this. Atheists are supposed to be the smart ones, the "brights". Does it ever occur to them to fact-check what they post on their websites?
The Atheist response will most likely be, "Big deal, the quote is still true".
REALLY? The word of God killed more people then Lenin, Stalin, and Mao? Are we expected to believe that when it would have meant the elimination of the entire population of Europe?
Once again, intellectual dishonesty rules Village Atheism, and a silly, made-up quote stands as evidence.