Sanatana Dharma (The Eternal Natural Way) begins with the natural supposition that God not only exists, but is the basis of all reality. Atheism is a pseudo ideology predicated upon a need to justify moral and existential cowardice. “If there is no God,” the atheist hopes, “then I am accountable to nothing but my own whims.” Sanatana Dharma offers a path free from such amoral self-delusion!
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The French Revolution was the most bloody, chaotic, and destructive political upheaval of the so-called Enlightenment era. Spurred on by the resentment, envy, jealousy and impiety of the have-nots against the so-called nobility of France, and led by a sociopathic assortment of ideologically inconsistent leaders, the end result of the French Revolution was the summary execution of thousands of the new regime’s imaginary opponents (including many of the original leaders of the very revolution itself!), the wide scale attack against anything that was even suspected of reflecting a religious or spiritual mindset, the destruction of traditional French culture, and the rapid ascendency of atheism, hedonism, and imperialism that eradicated all freedoms in the very name of liberté. The French Revolution was the ultimate triumph of the, heretofore only symptomatic, successful ascendency of the perennial revolt against Natural Law all too often witnessed in the annals of the human history of the Kali Yuga.
As Dharma Nationalists, we obviously reject the failed atheistic ideology of the French Revolution.
The source and basis of all moral, ethical, and legal norms and behavior is the eternal and universal Natural Law. Since atheism intellectually disputes the existence of Natural Law, atheism is itself, subsequently, an attempt to negate the morality, ethics and legal norms and behavior that are predicated upon Natural Law. All follower of Natural Law, then, reject every and all forms of atheism.