Catholic Atheism

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Catholic atheism is the at first sight contradictory religious stance that combines one of the greatest religious cults with the philosophy that rejects the existence of a deity or multiple deities. A catholic atheist has performed all the rituals required to be a good catholic member of the church. Hence this person will get the chance to repent his or her sins at the gates of heaven. The rituals were performed out of tradition. Simultaneously this person does not believe in the existence of the Christian or any other Gods from a rational viewpoint, out of apathy, or because a gut instinct.

Some people claim the agnostic is the ultimate winner from a philosophical viewpoint, but the agnostic will never be part of the kingdom of God. The catholic atheist on the other hand has a chance to land in heaven.