The atheists over at the Freedom From Religion Foundation aren't ashamed to let their anti-faith message be heard loud and clear.
The Blaze has spoken with the group and heard, first-hand, just how strong-worded and offensive (to people of faith, at least) its message can be. Last night, the Fox Business Network's Eric Bolling invited a FFRF representative onto his show to discuss the group's anti-Christian stance.
During a dialogue with FFRF spokesperson Dan Barker (who is married to FFRF co-president Annie Laurie Gaylor), "Follow the Money" host Eric Bolling was so dumbfounded by the group's anti-Jesus views that he ended up booting the atheist-spokesperson off of the program. Mediaite's Colby Hall called the moment a "'War on Christmas' miracle!"
At the center of the discussion was a Texas nativity scene that the Madison, Wisconsin-based FFRF has been demanding be torn down immediately. During the dialogue, Barker claimed that America is not a Christian nation and that the nativity should not be present on government property. He went on to say that the nativity represents “an insult to human nature that we are all doomed and damned."
It was this comment that commenced the uncomfortable exchange between Bolling and Barker. "Sir, I have to take exception to the way you've described the nativity scene. It's not an insult. It's certainly not an insult to me. I'm a Christian," Bolling explained. "It is an insult, sir," Barker countered. At this point, the interview continued, as Bolling sought to move on to another question. But it didn't take long for Barker to, once again, push Bolling's buttons.
"Why was Jesus born? To save us from our sins. What an insult that we are degraded, depraved human beings -- that Jesus created a hell -- a place or torture," Barker quipped. "And how would you feel if you didn't believe that... superstition?"
Bolling interrupted the insults and abruptly ended the interview. Watch the dialogue, below (courtesy of Mediaite):