Chad Elliott The Atheist Killa

Chad Elliott AKA The Atheist Killa

Chad Elliott, known online as the AK or (Atheist Killa), is a brash theistic apologist, jiu jitsu fighter and American Philosopher.  He is most well known for his formal argumentation and destroying atheism and Hebrew Israelites using logic, reason, mathematics, philosophy, and scientific evidence. His most famous argument to date is known as TEA (The Elliott Argument). It is claimed that in over 750 online debates it remains undefeated. Mr. Elliott also is the founder of Theistic Essentialism. For more you can follow his Instagram Account: @the_atheist_killa



A graduate of Grant High School (Sacramento, CA.) in 1997, Chad was a three sport sensation. Football becoming his main focus, he became an All American, 1st team All-State selection, 2 time State champion, and the recipient of multiple awards. His senior year he threw for 3,175 yards, 47 Touchdowns, just 3 Interceptions, and completed 70% of his passes. He is still widely recognized as one of the Top 2 H.S. Quarterbacks to ever play in the Northern California Region.

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What has he done 'AFTER' H.S.?? After high school, Mr. Elliott received a full ride scholarship to Arizona State University. He played 2 seasons there before transferring to American River College (Sacramento) where he became a JUCO-All American in 1999. In 2000, he decided to take his talents to the University of Syracuse (New York), where he received his second full ride Division 1-A scholarship. After being told he was ineligible to play football his Junior year (due to an eligibility issue), he decided to leave school early and begin his professional career.  He went undrafted because of off the field concerns about him not being coachable and having attitude problems. Many people suggest that Chad was kicked out of college or flunked out, but this is simply untrue and remains a dishonest attempt to assassinate his character.  Should he have decided to, he could have remained in college (under full scholarship) and continued his studies. He readily admits that he should have stayed in school, was immature and cared about nothing else other than football.



Mr. Elliott went on to star in the indoor football league for 12 amazing seasons, where he threw for more than 25,000 yards and 550 Touchdown passes!! Today he stays in shape by lifting weights, playing with his 5 children, and training Jiu-Jitsu. Many of his highlight videos can be seen on you-tube and his new trick shot video (which can be seen here http://youtu.be/QjeIboNgfnk ).
He spends much of his time reading, examining scientific journals, debating, writing, studying philosophy, and refining his Theistic Essentialism. If that wasn't enough, Mr. Elliott also began working on the first of his 3 books which are expected to be released in 2019. God bless and thanks for stopping by. If you would like to learn more about the formal arguments please inbox Mr. Elliott at caliqb22@yahoo.com or check out his instagram @the_atheist_killa


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Comments

  1. An interesting article, some insightful commentary from the author. I must disagree with the claim that Mr Elliott 'is still widely recognized as one of he top 3 Quarterbacks to have ever played in his northern California region', however.

    Take a Mr Aaron Rodgers, for example, previously of Pleasant Valley High School, Chico, NorCal. In two years at High School, 4,421 passing yards, single-season record for passing yards, single-game records for touchdowns and total yards. He didn't fare too bad in the NFL either. One Superbowl Ring, Superbowl MVP, NFC Championship, NFL MVP, three-times Pro Bowler - oh, and he holds the all-time passer rating record for the league.

    Or what about a certain Mr Tom Brady, formerly of Junipero Serra High, San Mateo, NorCal? His High School career nothing special, I hear you say? I'd say three Super Bowls, two Super Bowl MVPs, 5 AFC Championships, 9 Pro Bowls and the only person ever to go 16-0 in the regular season probably still gets him up there with NorCal's finest.

    What about that elusive third spot, so commonly associated with Chad Elliott? Actually, I'd say that Mr Kaepernick probably gets a look in there too.

    In short, I would probably say 'this article needs citations'. That's if there are any.

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    1. 1.) Aaron Rodgers, Tom Brady, and Kaepernick played in DIFFERENT REGIONS

      2.) We are talking about being recognized as the TOP 3 Greatest High School Qbs of all time, not who had the best NFL careers. You mentioned Rodgers threw for 4,421 in 2 years, Elliott threw for 3,175 in one year. Elliott also broke the state record for most TDS (47) in a season with least amount of Ints (3). That is better than all three of the before mentioned QBs. Also Elliott won 2 state titles for two different school, one a 16 year old sophomore. Also better than any of the other three.

      3.) We will post links to show the top ten players of all time published by the Sacramento Bee.

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  2. This is in response to Richie Benauds comment...

    1.) Aaron Rodgers, Tom Brady, and Kaepernick played in DIFFERENT REGIONS

    2.) We are talking about being recognized as the TOP 3 Greatest High School Qbs of all time, not who had the best NFL careers. You mentioned Rodgers threw for 4,421 in 2 years, Elliott threw for 3,175 in one year. Elliott also broke the state record for most TDS (47) in a season with least amount of Ints (3). That is better than all three of the before mentioned QBs. Also Elliott won 2 state titles for two different school, one a 16 year old sophomore. Also better than any of the other three.

    3.) We will post links to show the top ten players of all time published by the Sacramento Bee

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  3. Wow! This is a great introduction! What article is it from and where can I find it?

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  4. Chad! I remember going to watch you play with my Dad years ago.
    Have you kept up the football since your college days, or are kids too much work?
    Agree with you totally in response to Richie Benaud, Aaron Rodgers was good but
    Defences basically couldn't cope with your skills - the others were shit at school.

    Is there any video footage of you from back then that you could post links to?
    Seem to remember there were one or two games with some insane deep balls...

    Gotta say, love your blog posts on here as well, I've tried using The Elliott
    Argument on loads of atheist friends - usually shuts them up pretty bad!
    You keep it real man.

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    1. Hey Steve, Thanks for the Comment!! Who is your dad?? And yes there should be tons of stuff on You-tube that you can watch from those epic games. After college I played a long time in the indoor league...If you ever need help on how to use TEA just let me know man. God Bless

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  5. Mitchell JohnsonMay 10, 2014 at 6:45 AM

    Why is it that Johnny Manziel reminds me of you?

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    1. Possibly the cocky off the field persona? We are not very similar when it comes to playing style.

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