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User avatar #382 - commanderbunbun ONLINE (06/27/2013) [-]
link to video please
User avatar #362 to #351 - sabcy (06/27/2013) [-]
What are your thoughts on best ice cream flavor?
User avatar #368 to #362 - niggernazi (06/27/2013) [-]
nothing beats choclate ice cream man
User avatar #371 to #368 - sabcy (06/27/2013) [-]
I agree,unless there's pumpkin.
#350 - anonymous (06/27/2013) [-]
******* ARE DISGUSTING AND THEY SHOULD ALL DIE!!! SIEG HEIL!
#425 to #350 - djlonthree (08/24/2013) [-]
look a pony
User avatar #341 - Giganova (06/27/2013) [-]
Christfag here. I don't have homosexual people, not even close. We are all equal, every single one of us!

Who am I to judge other people?
User avatar #418 to #341 - darkangeloffire (07/01/2013) [-]
You have gained some respect for your open mind from me.
User avatar #349 to #341 - thebritishguy (06/27/2013) [-]
it's a shame, you should think about having gay people, they really help when you are choosing clothes for going out with your friends ;)
User avatar #374 to #349 - Giganova (06/27/2013) [-]
Ow **** , I meant "I don't hate".
I actually have a gay friend, there's nothing wrong with him.
#337 - anonymous (06/27/2013) [-]
The attraction can be conditioned but the personal acceptance of that attraction and actions based on it are always a choice. Pop culture and porn are pushing to stimulate the attraction more than ever and so we see more people deciding they were "born gay" than ever. No other creature is ever "born gay" but suddenly gayness is deemed 'cool' and 'heroic' by the media in the decadent rich western countries and what a coincidence, suddenly porn addicted teens from those countries start to think they are "evolving" into behaving in a manner in opposition to its own genetic best interests that just happens to be pleasurable and addicting.

If you want to be wise, you have to start by opening your eyes and by being honest, especially with yourself.
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User avatar #353 to #331 - deftonesjunkie (06/27/2013) [-]
its a lot like having a t.v. show you like but arnt obssesed with. lets say adventure time
its a pretty good show, but im not going to quote you every single word from it. and if someone has different views on adventure time thats cool.
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User avatar #366 to #336 - sabcy (06/27/2013) [-]
god has always said to only fight those who would destroy you, which means kill the crazies so they don't stab you in the night.
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User avatar #330 to #329 - edzero (06/27/2013) [-]
Simple.
Get blessed in the church and simply carry around the title "Christian" without asking every single person "would you like to accept Jesus Christ as our lord and savior?"
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#319 - anonymous (06/27/2013) [-]
Many muslims think that homosexuality is a mental disease caused by eating pigs.
And imho they are right.
User avatar #328 to #319 - bitchplzzz (06/27/2013) [-]
They also think their **** doesnt stink, so **** them
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User avatar #381 to #327 - alhemicar (06/27/2013) [-]
It's a lie, that's what it is.
Every muslim scholar says homosexuality = choice
User avatar #323 to #319 - alhemicar (06/27/2013) [-]
no you made that up
#325 to #323 - anonymous (06/27/2013) [-]
No i did not. Want a sauce?
User avatar #357 to #325 - thebritishguy (06/27/2013) [-]
give me the source anon
User avatar #318 - purpleday (06/27/2013) [-]
Y'all are all up in our faces with this notion of choice.

It's been said folks. "gayness isn't a choice, stupid [insert religious group]"

What I'm not seeing is the fact that sexuality is not black and white. There is gray area folks. The sooner we accept it, the sooner we can understand ourselves and stop fearing, hating what we don't know.
#322 to #318 - anonymous (06/27/2013) [-]
those "gray areas" are prison gayness, being a fag in denial, furryism aso.

If you take the time and look at the background wallpaper of Funnyjunk, you may realize that FJ is a huge "gray area" itself.
#311 - vissova (06/27/2013) [-]
mfw I'm Christian and am aware that, in most cases, people are just born homosexual.   
   
Seriously. Just because a handful of Christian are total retards doesn't mean we all are. That's something that you lean at a young age. Smarten up.
mfw I'm Christian and am aware that, in most cases, people are just born homosexual.

Seriously. Just because a handful of Christian are total retards doesn't mean we all are. That's something that you lean at a young age. Smarten up.
User avatar #360 to #311 - thebritishguy (06/27/2013) [-]
I wanted to change it to "some Christians" but it was too late, the damage was done....
but it's not a handful
47% of America thinks being gay is a choice, then that's about 146 million people. 77% of the country is Christian, so it's safe to assume there's 112 million Christians that believe being gay is a choice.
User avatar #376 to #360 - vissova (06/27/2013) [-]
Eh. It's fine.

There's a lot of religion posts on FJ. I guess it's just something to talk about. Even if it is a very delicate subject.
User avatar #387 to #376 - thebritishguy (06/27/2013) [-]
I think it's bad that religion has become a taboo because there are people in my country called the EDL who have been burning down mosques when they have never even spoken to any Muslims about religion, also there are cases of Muslims setting fire to cars but the police don't get involved because sometimes they get accused of being racist or Islamophobic.
User avatar #313 to #311 - doodogger (06/27/2013) [-]
It's no use trying to convince some of the people here, they seem to have a deep hatred for Christians.
User avatar #361 to #313 - thebritishguy (06/27/2013) [-]
I tried to change it when I found out that only 47% of Americans think being gay is a choice and 70% of America is Christian, but it was too late.
User avatar #315 to #313 - vissova (06/27/2013) [-]
I've found a while ago that there really is no use.

It's impossible to convince people they are wrong when not only are they not willing to listen, they just don't even care. They'd rather fight about it. Because they have nothing better to do with themselves. I mean, I'm not trying to "convert" people I don't even know to Christian, I'm just trying to get the point across that nobody is shoving religion down their throat or anything.

It's kinda sad.
User avatar #363 to #315 - thebritishguy (06/27/2013) [-]
Considering most church's have Sunday schools where they force religion down children who can not distinguish fact from fiction as they believe in Santa Clause, never mind the schools, religion systematically forces it's beliefs on children on a mass scale.
User avatar #410 to #363 - doodogger (06/28/2013) [-]
Oh, and one more thing...

>Implying that Christianity is IN FACT a myth and not true.

That's what I call a closed mind.
#411 to #410 - thebritishguy (06/28/2013) [-]
Whether it's true or not is irrelevant to this argument, even if it is true then indoctrination is still wrong. But I regard religion in the same way I regard fairies, we don't know for sure if there are no fairies but it would be unreasonable to assume that there is an even chance that fairies exist or to believe in them when we have no proof of fairies.
User avatar #408 to #363 - doodogger (06/28/2013) [-]
Come on man be more intelligent than that. That's what sunday school is for, to teach kids about the bible, the parents can take the kids out of the school whenever they want, and plus it's a choice to believe what you believe.
User avatar #412 to #408 - thebritishguy (06/28/2013) [-]
what about the kids choice to believe? they are told by their teachers and parents that a God exists or that events like Noahs Ark happened when that is extremely dishonest. They should tell them the truth, there is no proof of this claim, there are thousands of other religions and Gods and we have no idea which one is true, no one knows what happens after you die, the genesis story has no scientific or factual basis. When they tell children that "God is watching you" they are being dishonest because they do not even know if he exists never mind if he is watching you and yet they state it as a fact.
User avatar #375 to #363 - vissova (06/27/2013) [-]
._.

"considering most churches"
You say that most churches do that. And yet somehow you conclude that because most churches teach children about the Bible, all of Christianity in general forces their beliefs down the throats of others?

Their teaching children about what they believe. It does not harm them in any way, shape, or form. They will eventually choose whether they want to be Christian or not. It changes nothing. A person can be a Christian or an Athiest or believe in any other type of religion and still be have the same personality. It makes no difference.
User avatar #388 to #375 - thebritishguy (06/27/2013) [-]
Well they force their beliefs on children because they do not have reasoning capabilities to distinguish fact from fiction, my friends brother wants to be a giraffe when he grows up and he goes to Sunday school, they are unable to distinguish God as a work of fiction any less than they can distinguish whether Santa Clause is fictional.
Well it has harmed some people for sure, there's a mental disorder where people are terrified of hell or demons and other superstitious creatures and it can take years of therapy. I remember when I was indoctrinated I used to get really upset because I used to believe that my friends were going to hell. But even if it didn't harm the child you are still forcing your beliefs on them which is definitely wrong in my opinion.
If they showed them evidence and facts, they would be sharing knowledge and that would be teaching.
If they present myths and do not say it is mythological and talk about it as truth without providing any evidence or without explaining that there are many other myths which contradict it and that it contradicts science, then they are being dishonest. If Sunday schools said, to young teenagers who have reasoning capabilities, that "there is another theory which is not scientific and has not been proven, if you see a reason to believe in it then you may be interested in looking further into it but if you don't that's fine" but I have never heard of a Sunday school which does that.
User avatar #409 to #388 - doodogger (06/28/2013) [-]
Don't you understand that they aren't forcing them to believe anything? If you are an American child living in the United States than you are a free human being. Christians believe this and this is why they teach it to the kids. You said that it contradicts science, yet there are some big holes in some if not all of the grand theories. Not everything "scientific" has been completely proven, and Christianity hasn't been proven wrong. Whether Christianity is true or not, it has a positive impact on a person's mental health as long as they aren't taught a too literal version as a small child. It doesn't have any impact unless the person believes it to be true. Just because someone believes something to be true, but it has not been proven, doesn't mean that it's not true.
User avatar #413 to #409 - thebritishguy (06/28/2013) [-]
The grand theories are not stated as facts, I have told you that a child of the age of 6 has no reasoning capabilities and is unable to distinguish fact from fiction, this is obvious as they believe in Santa so they are unable to distinguish it as fiction, there fore they do not have a choice. Provide evidence that it improves mental health, even if it did it's irrelevant it is still incredibly dishonest to state beliefs as fact and especially to children.
User avatar #415 to #413 - doodogger (06/29/2013) [-]
As a Christian, I feel worry free for the most part even though I probably shouldn't according to society and finances and whatnot.
User avatar #416 to #415 - thebritishguy (06/29/2013) [-]
and as an atheist I too feel comfortable despite the high likelihood that I have failed school and the past year was pointless and I won't see my friends, it is in no way evidence that for the general well being of a society religion is necessary.
User avatar #414 to #413 - doodogger (06/29/2013) [-]
www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/04/15/religion-health-well-being_n_1423713.html

Can you tell me why it's bad to state it as fact to children? There are many children who grow up and choose not to believe the religious stuff taught to them as children.

By the way I never believed in santa claus even as a small child, it seemed a little too fairytale-ish. I did however believe in the Christian faith, and I still do. I personally know people who changed into atheists when they grew up, and by the way, they seemed unhappy with their life. I'm not saying that all atheists hate life or anything, I'm just saying you can go ahead and be atheist and teach your kids to be atheist too, just don't try to tell people how to raise their children. ***** .
User avatar #417 to #414 - thebritishguy (06/29/2013) [-]
It is irrelevant to whether indoctrination is immoral or not whether it is the religious beliefs that increase well being, although from the information here it seems that any club or habit would benefit well being, whether it's religious based or not, I don't smoke or drink so I would be in the group with the low morality rate, yet I do not need to be religious.
In the subject of beliefs I don't believe in free will, in the God Delusion it shows that only I think it's deterministic. Only 1/16 indoctrinated children leave the religion so the child only there fore they has a 6.25% chance of not conforming and a 93.75% chance that they will be indoctrinated. Again they do not have the reasoning capabilities to distinguish fact from fiction so they are literally UNABLE (unless they're autistic maybe) to decide whether some things true or not, they simply believe what they're told.
It's bad to state it to children as fact because it's not a proven fact, it's a hypothesis as best. It's completely dishonest and manipulative, you are essentially lying to children when you speak of God as fact to them, if you want to pretend your "teaching children" and then never tell them the truth or give them knowledge (things that we KNOW) then you are not teaching them at all it is indoctrination.
I believe that indoctrination and dishonesty are terrible things and I will discuss what I like, to be afraid of discussion is ridiculous.
User avatar #316 to #315 - doodogger (06/27/2013) [-]
Yeah it's weird, like they don't care, yet they argue about it.
User avatar #364 to #316 - thebritishguy (06/27/2013) [-]
we do care about it
#312 to #311 - stonerjesus (06/27/2013) [-]
"a handful"

I'm just playing. It's unfortunate the the few outweigh the many.
User avatar #365 to #312 - thebritishguy (06/27/2013) [-]
47% of America thinks being gay is a choice, then that's about 146 million people. 77% of the country is Christian, so it's safe to assume there's 112 million Christians that believe being gay is a choice.
User avatar #407 to #365 - doodogger (06/28/2013) [-]
I know people that chose to be gay.

Therefore it's a choice for at LEAST some of them.
#308 - headhunternl (06/27/2013) [-]
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#307 - anonymous (06/27/2013) [-]
Well, since there is no actual SCIENCE to say gayness is anything but a choice.....let the red thumbs rain on the truth!!
#303 - pistro (06/27/2013) [-]
WOAH A SIDEBAR ON FUNNYJUNK

(just trying to change topic)
#301 - tesarrior (06/27/2013) [-]
okay i don't get this, what is going on between atheist and fedora?
comment section is confusing me
User avatar #369 to #301 - thebritishguy (06/27/2013) [-]
it's just a strange attraction which can't really be explained, there's a link between autism and atheism though. A lot of atheists also have e-cigarettes
User avatar #367 to #301 - sabcy (06/27/2013) [-]
what breed of dog is that.
User avatar #300 - undeadwill (06/27/2013) [-]
So "A small minority" of Christians hate on gay people.
So then its automatically okay to do the opposite?

I'm gay and OP when you pull **** like this, all it does is cause backlash
Why is this even on the front page?
User avatar #370 to #300 - thebritishguy (06/27/2013) [-]
If 47% of America thinks being gay is a choice, then that's about 146 million people. 77% of the country is Christian, so it's safe to assume there's 112 million Christians that believe being gay is a choice.
User avatar #385 to #370 - undeadwill (06/27/2013) [-]
Ever been to a gay pride parade?
**** ton of church after church. and I live in the south.
User avatar #386 to #385 - thebritishguy (06/27/2013) [-]
Ever been to Uganda? with the help of funding from Evangelists in America homosexuals can be killed or castrated by law
User avatar #395 to #386 - undeadwill (06/27/2013) [-]
I know about the kill the gays bill. But we really can't do anything to stop it.

Again the problem is government not religion in this case.
User avatar #396 to #395 - thebritishguy (06/27/2013) [-]
That must be why the church's imposed and supported the bill after they were supported by American church's.
User avatar #397 to #396 - undeadwill (06/27/2013) [-]
You know I really like to see the evidence of that. (its not that I don't believe it just that I want proof.)

Internationally we can't and wont do anything as the US. And the UN won't do anything because they are trying to keep the peace there and won't get into a war to stop the same dictator they are protecting.
User avatar #398 to #397 - thebritishguy (06/27/2013) [-]
"The proposed legislation in Uganda has been noted by several news agencies to be inspired by American evangelical Christians. A special motion to introduce the legislation was passed a month after a two-day conference was held in which three American Christians asserted that homosexuality is a direct threat to the cohesion of African families. Several sources have noted endemic homophobia in Uganda has been exacerbated by the bill and the associated discussions about it."
source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uganda_Anti-Homosexuality_Bill
User avatar #400 to #398 - undeadwill (06/28/2013) [-]
Still an issue with government ******* up as usual.
User avatar #401 to #400 - thebritishguy (06/28/2013) [-]
it was motivated and justified by religion, without religion it wouldn't have come about in the first place
User avatar #402 to #401 - undeadwill (06/28/2013) [-]
Nor if government had not over reached it powers.

It may have been motivated by religion but it was given the power by government.
User avatar #403 to #402 - thebritishguy (06/28/2013) [-]
without religion it would never have happened in the first place, there would not have even been a law against homosexuality in Uganda because the law originally came from the British imperials who made the law for religious reasons. Are you telling me that if Uganda was secualrist or humanistic they would still want to kill homosexuals? why and tell me why it was the humanists and secularists who campaigned against and not for the bill?
User avatar #404 to #403 - undeadwill (06/28/2013) [-]
I could see that.

I've met some atheists who despise homosexuality for the same reasons that the passage in the bible was written.

Because secularists generally dislike religion period and this does have religious motivations.

And humanist because they hate it no matter what because it violates human rights.

Now while religion is to blame for this, it is not a reason to hate religion blindly in our own country but to debate what the place of government is.
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User avatar #393 to #335 - undeadwill (06/27/2013) [-]
Its a lot sure but some are just reacting out of fear of the day that the gay rights movement takes the wrong turn and starts making churches lose their tax exempt status if they refuse to marry gay people which when you consider what feminism is doing today and some of the move the black rights movement went with affirmative action is it a valid concern.

I know we will win. I am scared we will lose it all by over stepping our boundaries.
User avatar #298 - cvitza (06/27/2013) [-]
that's exactly how my mother and my priest told me how it is...
#372 to #298 - thebritishguy (06/27/2013) [-]
I don't get why you got thumbed down, you can't help being told something, oh well
I don't get why you got thumbed down, you can't help being told something, oh well
#293 - sloot (06/27/2013) [-]
Yep... I remember fondly in Sunday school when I was but a wee lad and we would go over or lessons for the day. Some of the best lesson I remember where ******* aren't people, get that dick out of your ass. Burn in hell you stupid ****** . Oh and how could I forget my favorite Aint no place in heaven for a ******* carpet muncher...

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#295 to #291 - sloot (06/27/2013) [-]
Hmm stereotyping is fun isn't it? Sometimes I like to make brash generalizations of people's beliefs without knowing what they are thinking or how they perceive their "faith". My turn! Most Atheists I encounter are pompous ******** that think they wizards of knowledge and logic... When in reality they are just passive aggressive douches that like to spew bs "facts" they find on wikipedia to "source" their intellectual superiority of lowly retard religious idiots.

Now... just because I have had many bad experience with Athiest does that mean it is fair for me to generalize them all negatively? That is a no big guy ;).
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#288 - anonymous (06/27/2013) [-]
Christians must be.... era...... uh.... , yea , even those who are dear to me

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#287 - neocortex ONLINE (06/27/2013) [-]
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Coincidently have a House gif.. ^^
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