I'm not even sexist. . 12 year old me at sunday school lam an atheist and this is boring I want to read my oea anyone want me to read a term I do not permit a w I'm not even sexist 12 year old me at sunday school lam an atheist and this is boring I want to read my oea anyone a term do permit w
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#11 - ricecrispies
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Lord of the Rings was written by J.R.R. Tolkien, who was a Christian. He wrote the Lord of the Rings with many analogies to his faith... You got tricked into reading about God either way...
User avatar #12 to #11 - thebritishguy [OP]
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the Hobbit isn't about god
#16 to #12 - bigrog
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fun somewhat related fact, The chronicles of narnia is actually about god. The whole thing is one big metaphor about faith.
User avatar #24 to #16 - themaaster
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Also that Tolkien and C.S Lewis were best friends.
User avatar #49 to #16 - Wazzy
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Another great book by C.S. Lewis about God is "Out of the Silent Planet". When you figure out the connections it's mind blowing
User avatar #18 to #16 - thebritishguy [OP]
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I did not know that
#19 to #18 - bigrog
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Yep, if i remember correctly, the lion represented god, the reasons that only the kids to go through the wardrobe was because they believed and were innocent, the white witch was the devil, and the lion coming back to life was the second coming. Writer was a hardcore christian
User avatar #160 to #19 - dashdashdash
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And in "The Last Battle" Susan the older sister, stops believing in Narnia, so she couldn't go there!
I love Narnia even with it's subliminal themes, I actualy didn't notice these themes and messages until I read about them on the internet!
User avatar #20 to #19 - thebritishguy [OP]
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"everything we hear is an opinion, not fact. Everything we see is a perspective, not the truth." I guess from my perspective each part of the story meant something different to me, I thought the world was symbolising imagination
#21 to #20 - bigrog
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Who says something can only symbolize one thing, if i remember correctly the dude writ it for his kids, he probably meant imagination to be a key theme in it
#14 to #12 - ricecrispies
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It has Christian undertones. With analogies to his faith. I never said it was about God, I said it was written by a Christian and tied to his faith.
User avatar #15 to #14 - thebritishguy [OP]
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well it makes no difference to me it's still a brilliant story
#17 to #15 - ricecrispies
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To that, I can wholeheartedly agree.
#98 to #11 - spartanswimmer
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Good thing I was horrible at English class, can't understand or pick out any deep hidden allegoies/analogies and know how to read a book just for the story XD
#61 to #11 - anon id: 60b91174
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I'd say that its more tied to Norse Mythology than anything, being Atheist doesn't have to mean you hate reading religious text. You just don't believe it
User avatar #240 to #61 - angelious
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it has alot of referrences from alot of different religions.and it even refers to narnia in some points.


#71 to #11 - anon id: 84ab73de
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Tolkien was also freinds with C.S. Lewis, and converted him to christianity. They both had a contest to see who could write the better childrens book. I think C.S. Lewis won, but Tolkien wrote a better story all together.
#124 to #11 - anon id: 031fa61d
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The difference is that Tolkiens work is fiction. No one believes it.
#157 to #124 - dashdashdash
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Or is it????????????????????????????????????????????????????
PLAHTTWIST!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
#195 to #124 - thealpharogue
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>Implying the bible is not a work of fiction
#130 to #11 - baddinn
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But doesn't the whole LOTR story also include a large and vast background with it's own origin story. With Ilúvitar and the Valar. Creating Arda and Ea and such. Wich is very alike the Norse mythology.
User avatar #32 to #11 - BBQpigeon
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A quote from Tolkien on The Lord Of The Rings: "It is neither allegorical nor topical.... I cordially dislike allegory in all its manifestations, and always have done so since I grew old and wary enough to detect its presence."
#2 - stuffandotherstuff
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#22 to #2 - olicoooombs
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That might be because it's a ******* rage comic.
User avatar #77 to #22 - bosskiss
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rage comic is mostly 4 panels.

you should get educuated

(also i made that error on purpose, so don't get your hopes up)
User avatar #3 to #2 - thebritishguy [OP]
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rage faces are just so much easier and better looking than crude wobbly faces drawn with the pen
User avatar #27 - angelious
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>doesnt like sunday school
>knows the whole bible word to word. and chapters




User avatar #29 to #27 - thebritishguy [OP]
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I don't know all of them just a few which come in useful
User avatar #30 to #29 - angelious
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i consider myself religious and even i know only FEW quotes from here and there....
User avatar #33 to #30 - thebritishguy [OP]
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what do you mean you consider yourself relgious? surely you are religious or you aren't
User avatar #34 to #33 - angelious
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i believe in existance of higher being.and afterlife.i dont follow any particular religion so i can really say i am christian or buddhist.thou both of them are close to my heart.
User avatar #36 to #34 - thebritishguy [OP]
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that is pretty cool, what makes you believe there is an afterlife?
#52 to #36 - bigrog
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Hey bro, i get that you were probaly forced to be there, but don't you find what you did somewhat wrong. It wasn't the teachers fault you were there, she was just doing her job. There was really no need to be disrespectful, kind of a dick move.
User avatar #171 to #52 - turboderp
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Tbh he did nothing wrong, she asked for a text in the bible, he gave her a text. Can't blame this kid for what stands in the bible. Also, I see no reason for thumbing down his comments.. What's so wrong knowing SOME of the texts in the bible? (or any other religious book).. It's not like it's illigal to read the bible if you don't belive in it.
User avatar #211 to #52 - thebritishguy [OP]
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but I think the truth has great importance and I think it would have been ignorant to ignore the fact that what she was doing contradicts the bible.
#214 to #211 - bigrog
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You do know the verse you read and how you read it was completely out of context. And according to your story you did it just to piss her off and disrespect her, not for "the truth"
User avatar #218 to #214 - thebritishguy [OP]
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no I didn't, I had no reason to want to disrespect the teacher
#224 to #218 - bigrog
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according to your story, you did it because you were unhappy you were forced to be there and you wanted to leave
User avatar #230 to #224 - thebritishguy [OP]
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yes, not because I wanted to annoy the teacher
#231 to #230 - bigrog
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so annoying the teacher was just your chosen means of going about it.
User avatar #234 to #231 - thebritishguy [OP]
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there was no other option
#245 to #234 - bigrog
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suck it up and take it up with those who forced you to be there, guessing your parents as opposed to lashing out at someone who was just doing her job. Dude just admit it you were the dick in this story, not the crusading athiest hero. It doesn't mean anything, everyone has at one point in there life has been the dick. Rarely a day goes by that i don't do something somewhat dickish. It's human nature. Almost every story on this site is about someone being a dick. Don't be ashamed, just suck it up and admit it.
User avatar #248 to #245 - thebritishguy [OP]
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fine, I was a dick to that women
#255 to #248 - bigrog
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Their you go.
#80 to #52 - anon id: 643ccb2d
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i am with this guy.

it looks like that most atheist are douche bags who just can't mind there own business
User avatar #207 to #80 - thebritishguy [OP]
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but I was made to go to this place so they made it my business, I would have preferred it if it was non of my business
User avatar #92 to #36 - angelious
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mostly personal experience.i have prayed couple of times in my life and it has been answered(thou in rather twisted way and not in a way an atheist would believe in higher force...) and then i just cant fathom that we all just dissapear after we die.
User avatar #208 to #92 - thebritishguy [OP]
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what ever floats your boat I guess
User avatar #221 to #208 - angelious
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could say the same for you....
User avatar #313 to #27 - daentraya
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The best way to become an atheist is to read the bible..
#260 to #27 - jinkazama
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Maybe that's why he's atheist.
#66 - phanact
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User avatar #100 to #51 - theblackcrow
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Atheism doesn't mean that you can't get to know the philosophy behind religions. You have to understand deeply what you deny, so you have arguments for your denial.

BUT! That boy was edgy as hell.
#107 to #100 - rodneyabc
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Being twelve does.
#57 to #51 - anon id: 448792ac
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Some atheists (Like my self) have studied other religions before making the not so hard choice of becoming an atheist.
#78 to #57 - anon id: 643ccb2d
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instead of doing something normal

starts reading and studding the bible at the age of 12

i call ********.
User avatar #47 - jcfjr
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lol, 12 year old claims to be an atheist.
#235 to #47 - yofutofu
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I became an atheist a week after my parents told me Santa wasn't real. (i was 6)
I became an atheist a week after my parents told me Santa wasn't real. (i was 6)
#159 to #47 - anon id: 6c9881dc
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technically everyone's born an atheist, perhaps he never started believing in god which would then actually make him a 12 year old atheist
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#210 - swedishassassin
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This comic made sense and you're a genius for making it.
You are not a faggot.
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#1 - guildsam
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Yea, those drwaves are very silly. ******* drawves.