antichrist. .. it is, the anti christ is the embodyment of earthly evil and is said to be the great enemy of mankind during armegedon. even if you dont subsscribe to judaic, c antichrist it is the anti christ embodyment of earthly evil and said to be great enemy mankind during armegedon even if you dont subsscribe judaic c
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User avatar #2 - thetellerofstories
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it is, the anti christ is the embodyment of earthly evil and is said to be the great enemy of mankind during armegedon. even if you dont subsscribe to judaic, christian, or islamic beliefs putting down another belief is wrong. there are extremist in any religion that makes it look bad but apparently most atheists think only Christianity deserves to be degraded.
User avatar #3 to #2 - kingnarnode
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i think the problem athiest have with regards to dealing with religion, is that it's hard to respect a fairy tale
User avatar #5 to #3 - thetellerofstories
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think of it this way, if atheists are right, then there is no after life and we can **** the world and do what we want with no consequences. but if any religion is right, then anyone has a chance at an after life. there may be a lot of christians, muslums, buddhists, jews, hindus, etc. in hell tearing up holy books like bad lottery tickets, but thats a chance many are willing to take. religion has given hope and a better grasp on the world may it be false or not, the important thing is the basic principles of each belief... be good to others, be respectful, try your best not to kill each other. the problem many religions have are the "holy men" that interpret and spew garbled mistranslations to others that have no prior knowledge to back up what they are hearing. basically dont shove your religion, or lack there of, down others throats, because when you do crusades, jihads, and other "holy wars" ensue.
User avatar #9 to #5 - Faz
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But the thing is religion has changed so much over the past 2000 years, 2000 years ago to be non religious was like saying hi guys, come kill me. Modern religion has become a tamer version of what it used to be because if it was still like it was then it would be classed as a hate group. Religion now has been changed so much from what it once was that if you were to grab a priest even from as recent as 300 years ago and tell him how its changed he would call you all heretics for what you are doing. Im not bashing religion here but if you truly believe that your religion was created by God then you have no right to question/change parts of your religion. Like for instance homosexuality, i support homosexuality and find that its disgraceful that people still aren't being treated with equal rights over it but if you are truly christian then supporting gay rights is something which you just aren't allowed to do.
User avatar #42 to #9 - thetellerofstories
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religions do change, and for the record im omnistic not purely christian, and while we change to fit them there are still people who say they follow thier holy books to the letter when they dont. its in human nature to pick and choose what we want to hear and believe, this is what has broken many religions into thousands of sects and denomonations. to follow any religion without common sense is dangerous. blindly following is what many have done in the past but at that tiime many were uneducated and needed religion to have a concept of how the wwworld works and have incentive to be good, well mannered members of society.
in regards to homosexuality, i am for it with restrictions. i thik its alright for two men or women to get married but only if they stop the pride parades. im sick of seeing uber faggot suck dick in the middle of the street because he wants to get maarried. maybe im being harsh and i have gay people in my family and among my friends, but what im trying to get at is the fact that nobody should follow any religion without first understanding the history or basis of it.
User avatar #43 to #42 - Faz
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People followed religion blindly because thats what religion told them to do "We are sheep and God is our Shepard", religion was used as something to brain wash the masses into bringing power to the religious leaders and this is why i do not like organized religion, if you want to be religious and believe in God then determine what he wants for you by yourself and do not let others tell you what God wants because if we truly are all Gods children then we only need to do what we feel is right for us to be doing what God wants.

Also i've never seen a gay pride parade where two guys have started blowing each other in the middle of the street, i've seen them dressed in nothing but underwear but thats really nothing different to how people dress at the beach. Also gay pride parades only go on because they are still not treated as equals, if they were then it would become a non issue and there would be no further need for parades.
User avatar #44 to #43 - thetellerofstories
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youve probably never been to california have you? there was a parade outside my aunts house and i got really wierd really fast. but off that subject.

when the roman catholic church was at their climx of power and influence, the literacy rate was only around 3 percent. the majority of people needed religion to keep from goiong insane with the ignorance, religion was used as a bumper to protect people as science grew. but like always people found a way to profit from this, Galileo found out about this and was put under house arest because of power struggles and money. im not saying religion is always right but rather that religion should be accepted and allwoed, all of this protesting has gotten out of hand. its become like ancient rome again, other religions are being perecuted daily and nobody will do anything to stop it. if we really want to live in a utopian society then we need to accept and allow people to make their own choices on everything. including religion.
User avatar #46 to #44 - Faz
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Religion is most definitely not being persecuted, religions are treated more highly than any other form of thing, religions do not have to pay taxes and they can ever break laws due to parts of their religion. Also its not just Catholicism who abused power from religion but every single religion which punishes people for not following their every word which is about 99% of the religions in the world.
User avatar #47 to #46 - thetellerofstories
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i was only useing the RCC as an example, and from what ive seen religion is being downgraded and hated more each day. although i disagree with your statements i respect them and agurn this discussion further. honestly lets just be happy. merry christmas, or whichever holiday you celebrate im not going to go into detail, to you.
User avatar #45 to #44 - thetellerofstories
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that was supposed to be an "it" in the first paragraph. sorry
User avatar #4 to #3 - brettyoke
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"I don't believe in this, so I better put down everybody else who does!"
User avatar #6 to #4 - thetellerofstories
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he, or she, has a right to disagree but we must allow this as long as they respect our rejection of their rejection.
User avatar #7 to #6 - brettyoke
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Or they could, ya know, respectfully disagree. Like a person should.
User avatar #8 to #7 - thetellerofstories
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even if they are disrespectful we must be the bigger men and remain steadfast in our polite disagreement
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User avatar #60 to #58 - kingnarnode
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no i don't, I'm just stating what is truth.... athiests think religion is nonsense, not a hard idea to wrap your head around
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User avatar #77 to #75 - kingnarnode
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nonsense, or not making sense, nonsensical... if it isn't nonsense to you then what is it, because i'm really curious as to what it could be
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User avatar #62 to #61 - kingnarnode
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things randomly turn into everything else? what's that supposed to mean?
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User avatar #64 to #63 - kingnarnode
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are you trying to troll me?
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User avatar #66 to #65 - kingnarnode
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well first of all the theory of evolution wasn't a random drug trip. It is a legitimate scientific theory, developed by top scientists who devoted their lives to better understanding the world we live in through facts and evidence. Saying it's a random drug trip is insulting on so many levels. But no it gets better, you would rather believe a story passed down thousands of years by cavemen who thought the world was flat.
That is what pisses me off, how scientists devote their lives to creating legitimate theories, and then people like you have the nerve to say "no you're, wrong it was god" makes me wonder where we went wrong on our history

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User avatar #68 to #67 - kingnarnode
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yes I suppose it is insulting, but it is also a cold reality.... when you take the time like i did to really analyze religion, you'll realize it's ********. Also if you haven't already, read the bible, it's a pretty good source of how ******** christianity is
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User avatar #70 to #69 - kingnarnode
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you probably do know it better than me, but I don't need to read through it three times to know it's littered with contradictions, but is somehow the divine word of god
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User avatar #72 to #71 - kingnarnode
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so you are trolling me then
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#16 to #2 - anon id: d17a883f
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"You pointed out how stupid and wrong my religion is, THATS WRONG OF YOU TO DO!"


Christians get pounded harder because its more prevalent in places where you don't get your head cut off if you talk **** about it.

User avatar #20 to #2 - thebritishguy
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but fascism is a belief system
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#17 - astraea
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What about antipope?
like a lion kills an antilope

#27 to #17 - suppadood
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Like a hammer hits a cantilope.
#51 to #17 - antipope
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I am the antipope.
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User avatar #21 - garyleneville
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It is, Jesus Christ was a good guy, whether you're religious or not. It's like being the anti-buddha.
#23 to #21 - anon id: 8080a16b
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Buddhism and Christianity are far from being the same, so no it is not being "anti-Buddha." Also, I'm not religious therefore I don't view anti-Christ or Jesus Christ as neither good nor bad.
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User avatar #25 - churrundo
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Tell me one intentionally bad thing jesus did
#54 to #25 - techketzer
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He became physically violent against the moneychangers in the temple.
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User avatar #59 to #56 - techketzer
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The initiation of physical aggression is an abominable thing no matter how you put it.
#26 to #25 - galgawine
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Turned water into wine to advocate drunk driving. It is mentioned in the bible that at least 3 people were involved in horse-collisions on their way home that night.
User avatar #28 to #26 - churrundo
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it wasn't to advocate drunk driving, it was to keep the par-tay going! he didn't want to kill nobody
User avatar #29 to #28 - galgawine
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What about... when he came back to life as a ZOMBIE? that sounds like mischievous shenanagiens to me.
User avatar #30 to #29 - churrundo
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he was completely cool about it, he always joked by "covering" his eyes with his hands!
also, how many brains did he eat?
User avatar #79 to #30 - skidbladnir
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yours at least
User avatar #80 to #79 - churrundo
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you logged in to comment on something a month old, and that is what you comment?
User avatar #81 to #80 - skidbladnir
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yup, as you see,
User avatar #31 to #30 - galgawine
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How many wars were fought and people killed in his name?
User avatar #32 to #31 - churrundo
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unintetional
User avatar #33 to #32 - galgawine
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The existence of Hell seems pretty mean
User avatar #34 to #33 - churrundo
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he didn't make it
User avatar #35 to #34 - galgawine
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He could convince his old man to get rid of that **** though couldn't he
User avatar #36 to #35 - churrundo
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he couldn't convince him of sparing him of being crucified
User avatar #37 to #36 - galgawine
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I thought he wanted to be crucified, like "died for our sins" and all that ******** that is supposed to guilt you into being religious
User avatar #38 to #37 - churrundo
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that's why he went to the mount of the olives (is that the name in english?) for. he told his pops: ok, i'm down if it's what you want, but please, if you can make it the least painful, please do. the bible says he actually sweat blood from the nervousness, but the bible says many things.
User avatar #39 to #38 - galgawine
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either way, Jesus and God cause more wars than we can count and led to my family being imprisoned in Serbian concentration camps and being driven from our homes. Intentional or not, Jesus caused more suffering than religion is worth.
User avatar #40 to #39 - churrundo
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no, jesus didn't cause it. power-hungry ************* in the 400's did. if i start waging war in your name, are you to blame?
User avatar #41 to #40 - galgawine
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In the 400's... I'm talking about about 20 years ago for my own experience and in Africa and all around the world people are still being killed in Gods name and Jesus's name. If they were really worth following and were worthy of being our "Lord and Saviour" or whatever, they would ******* and a post-it or something to the Bible that says "no wars ever in our name". And religious wars are IN the bible and supported by God anyway
User avatar #55 to #41 - rottingcarcass
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ITs not Gods fault that humans **** up. Free will mother ******, we do all this **** by our own hand.
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User avatar #14 - timbittwo
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This is in the metal-time channel, is it a reference to Slayer?
User avatar #15 to #14 - timbittwo
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Damnit, the song is stuck my head now. I don't mind it though.
#24 to #15 - anon id: 7a104c73
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I AM THE ANTICHRIST!
User avatar #48 to #24 - timbittwo
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IT'S WHAT I WAS MEANT TO BE!
User avatar #19 - atheistzilla
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i'm listening to the full antichrist superstar allbum right now

inb4 thats nice honey
User avatar #49 to #19 - timbittwo
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I'm listening to Slayer's Show No Mercy album right now.
User avatar #52 to #49 - atheistzilla
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awesome
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you say "GOD" like it's a good thing