I know a lot of you blasphemy happy atheists have gotten a lot of joy out of taking the blasphemy challenge, which is the so-called unforgivable sin against God. Now why anyone who professes unbelief in God would specifically want to do something which would offend that God, or His believers, whatever the reason, is clearly a logically inconsistent person. Truly, what atheism is these days is not so much against the idea of God but anti-Christian in reality. That is neither here nor there, however. If you actually read the bible you would see that, especially in pauls letters, it is outlined what blasphemy against the Holy Spirit actually is. That is this:
"Hebrews: "It is impossible for those who have once been enlightened, who have tasted the heavenly gift, who have shared in the Holy Spirit, who have tasted the goodness of the word of God and the powers of the coming age, if they fall away, to be brought back to repentance" (6:4-6a)"
Anyone who blasphemies against the Holy Spirit in ignorance could potentially be forgiven, which means anyone who was not baptized with the Holy Spirit did not commit an unforgivable sin by denying Him. It is only those who once were baptized with the Holy Spirit, and later on backslid and rejected Him, who can never be redeemed. They have been so thoroughly corrupted by this act, making unclean what God had blessed and made sacred, that there is no trace left of purity in themselves.
Since the blasphemy challenge, which supports the Devils work, is okay with Atheists, how about you try the opposite:
Introducing the Sanctity Challenge!
To take the sanctity challenge, simply say these words with sincerity:
"I renounce Satan and all of his works"
"Though I have no proof of Gods existence, and do not understand the ways of His believers, I am open to receiving revelation of Gods existence from Him personally. I ask now in sincerity for revelation from you, God, to enlighten me to your existence and to guide me into all truth."
Do you have the courage to take that challenge? Knock and the door will open. Your move.