The President wrote:I am an atheist, but I don't like most atheist organizations.
Ridicule doesn't convince people.
I think people need to figure out the truth, but using logic.
People aren't convinced by logic; there's something more to believing than knowing premises and conclusions. You can give all the logic in the world and the person doesn't believe.
I'm concerned with the anger and bitterness that's everywhere 'cause those things don't give good results. So if you gimme a bitter ad about hamburgers, I wouldn't like it either.
Call for good things and leave it at that, but don't be bitter or angry.
And I don't think I'm wrong in believing in what I believe. I'm not wrong else I wouldn't believe in what I believe. Sure, there are doubts, but belief... really is out of my hands, it's something to do more with the heart, and my heart has rested in these beliefs and that's that. To the core, there is no certainty and life is pretty cold, so don't add bitterness and anger to the world, and maybe let things like justice and seeing take their places.
But a lot of you keep on fighting and spitting venom, even though most of you are atheists who, I imagine, would have a better grip of themselves.