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#562 - deeznutss (01/06/2012) [-]
I believe in God.

Why the **** should that matter?
Doesn't have anything to do with you.
Doesn't affect your life in any way.

These posts are ridiculous, all they start is ********** . The pictures in the comments are always **** we've seen a million times. And if you don't like people's beliefs getting shoved down your throat, then don't shove yours down other people's throats. I have yet to see a Christian make a post to tell me to except Christ or some **** like that or to make fun of atheists. I see this kind of **** almost every other day. Now go ahead and pinkie me down because im speaking the truth.
User avatar #567 to #562 - bronymaster (01/06/2012) [-]
pinkie up for u sir
#574 to #562 - anonymous (01/06/2012) [-]
why does it matter?
because religion makes people do stupid things.
whitout it, the world would be a better place.

you know, i could accept the idea that theres a heaven, a nice place where you go after you die; but having to worship someone your entire life to get there?, and if dont do it you are gonna burn for eternity wtf?.
User avatar #582 to #574 - tittyvenndiagram (01/06/2012) [-]
Religions doesn't make people do stupid things.
People kill people.

Wait. Wrong saying.
But seriously it's stupid people that do stupid things, not their religions.
User avatar #585 to #582 - tittyvenndiagram (01/06/2012) [-]
Religion**
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User avatar #581 to #572 - deeznutss (01/06/2012) [-]
i din't reply to you because im trying to not start arguments. I din't pinkie you down. Saying i believe in God doesn't make me a Christian....
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User avatar #613 to #597 - deeznutss (01/06/2012) [-]
That's my point. I don't get mad at atheists for what they believe. I seriously could not care less. Everyone has the freedom to believe what they want and even a cupple of my friends are atheists. I dont see why anyone would get mad at what i posted. I simply pointed out that these posts making fun of religious people or their beliefs are common and it's ridiculous. I din't mean any disrespect in any way.
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User avatar #654 to #632 - deeznutss (01/06/2012) [-]
I can take a joke. But after 4 years of being on this site, seeing posts calling you retarded every other day or saying others are superior then you just because of their beliefs gets to you. And im sure every other religious person who enjoys this site feels the same. And i know getting the red pinkies sucks but this is seriously how every religious person on this site must feel since even saying what they believe usually gets them automatically pinkieed down. I dont even know why im getting pinkies up in my original comment. I think that at this point even the atheists are tired of these posts as well.
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#123 - iamphoenix (01/06/2012) [-]
Every time I see a post about religion on this site, I know I'm going to lose some of my faith in humanity. You guys are the worst sometimes.
User avatar #312 to #123 - staticenhance (01/06/2012) [-]
Ok, I'm just going to point out a little misconception here.

Atheism is not the belief that there is no god. Atheism is the DISbelief in god. A disbelief is the complete and total opposite of a belief. Atheism is disbelief in god. Anti-theism is the belief in no god. One's a belief, one's a disbelief. Two different paths to the same destination.

It's very important anytime you seriously discuss atheism or religion to be aware of the difference; because of the whole burden of proof / negative proof thing.


#54 - mexicanfatkid (01/05/2012) [-]
I like Jesus, I just don't like his fans
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User avatar #639 - Cambro (01/06/2012) [-]
i'm not trying to start a religious debate, but if atheists (and Christians alike) actually studied and not just read the Bible they would be blown away. It's filled with literary structures, refrains and thematic pillars. If anyone realized that, they would have to conclude that the writers of the Bible were either a. All geniuses or b. It's true. It is honestly mindblowing when you break it down with respect instead of treating it like a children's book. To quote C.S. Lewis, "if one cannot understand a book written for adults, they should probably not comment on it".
#658 to #639 - anonymous (01/06/2012) [-]
Or C A COLLECTION of different things written by MULTIPLE PEOPLE that was recopied during the dark ages by a bunch of monks.
User avatar #679 to #658 - Cambro (01/06/2012) [-]
Actually, false. Historians used to believe this (and honestly they were biased for atheism anyway) until the dead sea scrolls were found. The dead sea scrolls was the old testament but a few books preserved in jars from before the Church's creation. The texts are 97% directly accurate to the same texts we have today. No changes. Multiple authors wrote the books and monks did copy them down, but they did so with near perfection. There is no change in the texts at all.
#726 to #679 - anonymous (01/06/2012) [-]
Actually just looked this up and it's not true. Only parts of the dead Sea Scrolls are accurate to the bible such as issiah, but there are still another 65 books which the bible was composed of.

Even then, the book of issiah in itself was created by multiple authors. In otherwords, how you can argue that the bible was not composed or pieced together by multiple people escapes logic.
User avatar #745 to #726 - Cambro (01/06/2012) [-]
there is no evidence to support that Isaiah was written by multiple authors, there can be only mere speculation. Besides, he uses the same poetic style and shows a knowledge of the political ins of both Babylon and Israel. Only one man could know this, and it suggests one writer.
ALL the texts found in the Dead Sea scrolls are accurate to the Bible, it is just that the entire Bible is NOT in the Dead Sea Scrolls. I never claimed all the books were. In fact, that proves my point more. The newest books weren't in the Dead Sea Scrolls, which somewhat more validates their scholarly dating.
And again, I am not claiming multiple people crafted the Bible. I am saying that one force is behind it, because contradiction is free from the Bible and the same messages/themes/poetry/structures are correlated between many writers over thousands of years. I believe that strongly supports a divine guidance of the book.
User avatar #698 to #679 - msvegeta (01/06/2012) [-]
What about before the dead sea scrolls? You're implying nothing was manipulated while they were written.
User avatar #716 to #698 - Cambro (01/06/2012) [-]
I'm implying it because 1. The texts are historically accurate for all we know. Nothing has been found that contradicts the Bible historically, but there are things that correlate with it. 2. The Israelites had nothing to gain by tinkering with their own texts. Over half of the Old Testament is bad things happening to Israelites because they pissed God off. Why would someone edit it so they're blamed for the happenings that go on to them? 3. to quote a Jewish scholar whose name I do not remember, if the Torah were made up, we "sure could have invented a better story than the one presented".
User avatar #729 to #716 - msvegeta (01/06/2012) [-]
You present an interesting case... I have respect for your argument. However, the sophistication of the bible has nothing to do with whether or not everything in it actually happened. But that's my opinion, you're entitled to your own. It's too late at night for more debating :P
#696 to #679 - anonymous (01/06/2012) [-]
You should source evidence of claims like this. Christian discoveries have gotten so shrouded in lies and fakes(noah's ark been "found" over 40 times) that searching for something that supports Christianity from a reliable website is actually difficult.
User avatar #700 to #639 - bfflaalz (01/06/2012) [-]
I've studied the bible briefly in theology class. I do enjoy the symbolism especially in Jesus' parables even though I'm an athiest. However, I wouldn't agree that the writers were geniuses and saying that the a work of literature is true and historically accurate based solely on the fact that it is well written is somewhat absurd.
User avatar #728 to #700 - Cambro (01/06/2012) [-]
there is much more than just symbolism. That is much to simple. Most of the Bible is structured in chiasms. Its a poetry in the form of a-b-c-a-b. Its a reflection, and the key point of the entire book or fragment of a book is in the center. EVERY book is structured masterfully in this way and I've even found a few for myself. I've only completely broken down one book. This poetry style is in every book over 2000 years. It never faded. That, too me, is interesting.
Secondly, the continued progressive correlation between words used in both the Old and New Testaments is a wonder. It seems every writer had a full scope of everything in the Bible's contents. This is even more amazing when you realize that books of the Bible were being written at the same time in different places. in otherwords, they used the same poetic phrases without having any prior knowledge of its match. The Bible is FILLED with these.
User avatar #441 - killerklondike (01/06/2012) [-]
Man.. normally I looooooooooove arguing with religious people and non religious people. I honestly just like arguing. But this isn't even beating a dead horse any more. It's like beating the horse's tombstone forty seven years after it died.
We get it. Atheists make jokes about how stupid religion is.
Thiests make jokes about how funny lack of faith is. Blabbity blabbity blah.

If I wanted to start a religion war I'd walk into the local church dressed as satan and start screaming at the priest/pastor/rabbi/imam. M'kay?
#481 to #441 - raichuusetundabolt (01/06/2012) [-]
I'd actually join you to troll a church like that
#368 - Achtentwintig (01/06/2012) [-]
Most or all atheists (Everyone that I know of at least) barely know what the bible says. Sadly, most christians barely know what the bible says as well.
Most or all atheists (Everyone that I know of at least) barely know what the bible says. Sadly, most christians barely know what the bible says as well.
User avatar #381 to #368 - msvegeta (01/06/2012) [-]
My dad is an atheist. Before that though, he was super christian- he studied to be a priest. He can quote scripture like there's no tomorrow. That's how anyone with strong feelings for or against christianity should be.
User avatar #630 - aidsforeveryone (01/06/2012) [-]
Only one thing is for sure here... Every last one of us turns off the lights and hides when the mormons knock at your door.
User avatar #642 to #630 - tinglyturtletaint (01/06/2012) [-]
I either act gay or try to preach cthulu...
User avatar #650 to #642 - aidsforeveryone (01/06/2012) [-]
I bet they really appreciate that... haha oh man your username made me lol.
#593 - garamri (01/06/2012) [-]
Hail Satan.
#557 - anonymous (01/06/2012) [-]
I think the main reason why Christianity gets such a bad reputation is because all of the crazy, extremist bigots are the ones that get publicity. Good, non-hypocritical Christians live mostly humble and quiet lives.

User avatar #263 - humpcatting (01/06/2012) [-]
>>Be a Christian.
>>Be respectful of everyone's viewpoint no matter what that may be.
>>Log into FunnyJunk to cheer up after breaking up with my girlfriend.
>>See yet another post ******* on my religion and assuming I'm ignorant as well as assuming that all people who believe in God blindly follow everything in the Bible.
>>Not the place for a religious debate.
#331 to #263 - anonymous (01/06/2012) [-]
>>Be religious
>>Don't follow all of the teachings of the bible
>>Be pissed off if somebody is making fun of religious people
User avatar #338 to #331 - humpcatting (01/06/2012) [-]
>>Be anon.
>>Opinions don't matter.
#350 to #338 - anonymous (01/06/2012) [-]
Fixed*   
>>Be religious   
>> Logic don't matter
Fixed*
>>Be religious
>> Logic don't matter
User avatar #351 to #350 - humpcatting (01/06/2012) [-]
>>Be you.
>> Grammar doesn't matter.
#361 to #351 - anonymous (01/06/2012) [-]
User avatar #369 to #361 - humpcatting (01/06/2012) [-]
Nobody wins the argument. Nobody knows what happens after death except the dead and it's pointless to argue about it. And saying that I don't believe in logic is ridiculous so you didn't win anything.

#379 to #369 - anonymous (01/06/2012) [-]
We were arguing about religion, not spirituality. Religion is illogical but making fun of it is.
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User avatar #309 to #302 - jettripleseven (01/06/2012) [-]
Will you shut the **** up? He just adressed people like you.
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User avatar #323 to #314 - humpcatting (01/06/2012) [-]
You'd be sensitive too if everywhere you went, you were insulted by people who believe themselves superior to you simply because of what you choose to believe in.
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User avatar #333 to #323 - msvegeta (01/06/2012) [-]
He's not insulting you- he's just critisizing your beliefs. You would critisize a belief that the world was flat, correct? It's the same idea. Pointing out a lack of logic is okay. We're all bros in the end.
User avatar #315 to #314 - jettripleseven (01/06/2012) [-]
at what point did i say i was religious?
User avatar #307 to #302 - humpcatting (01/06/2012) [-]
I don't follow the Bible at all... Doesn't mean I'm not a Christian. I believe there is a God and I believe that a man named Yeshua of Nazareth, later translated as Jesus Christ (Jesus being Greek for Joshua and Christ meaning "savior"), traveled around preaching love and tolerance. Do I think he was the son of God? I don't know. All I know is that he had good ideas and those are what I follow. As far as I'm concerned the Bible is just a book.
User avatar #318 to #307 - victoronefourtwo (01/06/2012) [-]
Then you aren't a Christian.
Definition of Christian: A person who has received Christian baptism or is a believer in Jesus Christ and his teachings.

Following along with what you're saying, you aren't following his teachings, and therefore are either wanting to go to hell, or you just aren't a Christian.

Jews believe there is a God, Jews also believe there was a person called Jesus Christ who traveled around preaching love and tolerance. Since you don't read the bible, you could also be considered a Jew when going with what you're saying.

Many people in fact believe in Jesus, religious or not, and that he traveled and preached. And the religious ones also believe in a God, you are therefore not a Christian, or one that wishes to completely go against all teachings of Christianity by not following the bible, and you're just seeking to go to hell.
User avatar #322 to #318 - humpcatting (01/06/2012) [-]
I disagree though. No, I don't follow the Bible and I'm unsure of whether or not Jesus was the son of God. He could be, I don't know. Yes Jews acknowledge that Jesus existed, but they don't FOLLOW his teachings, and instead focus on the Torah/Old Testament. And no, I would not be considered a Jew because I don't follow their practices at all. I am a Christian because I follow Christ's teachings. I may not fit the conventional definition, but I consider myself a Christian.
User avatar #328 to #322 - victoronefourtwo (01/06/2012) [-]
Oh yeah, and the biggy is, Jesus Christ preached that HE WAS GOD. He also claimed he was the son of God. So, he was God, and at the same time his son, pretty much.

Which, you seem to not know, due to the "Do I think he was the son of God? I don't know."
That you said.

Therefore, you also aren't following his teachings in that style either.
User avatar #336 to #328 - humpcatting (01/06/2012) [-]
*Sigh* The people who wrote the Bible said he proclaimed to be the Son, not Jesus himself. In fact, early Christians didn't actually believe he was divine, and instead focused on his ideals of peace and love.

User avatar #358 to #336 - victoronefourtwo (01/06/2012) [-]
So, apparently, according to what you are saying of this all.

Christ's teachings were more of a philosophy to you then a religion?

Because anyone can follow someone else's teachings of peace and love.

If the early Christians focused on his ideals of peace and love, Christianity would no longer be a religion, it would be a philosophy.

User avatar #364 to #358 - humpcatting (01/06/2012) [-]
Fine. Call it whatever you want. Philosophy, religion, whatever. If you think about it, all religion is is a philosophy taken to the extreme.

User avatar #375 to #364 - msvegeta (01/06/2012) [-]
It's okay bro. Ignore this person. They have no right to tell you how to follow your religion. :)
User avatar #404 to #375 - victoronefourtwo (01/06/2012) [-]
You, are much, much to ignorant. I never told him how to follow his religion. I was confronting him and asking him why he does what he does. I never told him to change his beliefs.

This place is just like Ancient Athens, when philosophers such as Socrates were executed due to challenging people in their beliefs.

This is what's wrong with people, they just can't tell the difference between insulting, judging, and confronting.
User avatar #377 to #375 - humpcatting (01/06/2012) [-]
Thank you very much. I believe what I believe.
User avatar #324 to #322 - victoronefourtwo (01/06/2012) [-]
You do know that Jesus Christ was a Jew right?

Also, Jesus Christ's teachings were to read the bible, follow it, be a good person, pray, and go to heaven.

So, no, you don't follow his teachings.
User avatar #330 to #324 - humpcatting (01/06/2012) [-]
Yes we all know that Jesus was born a Jew. However, his teachings went against many of the core beliefs that Judaism had and he therefore separated himself from Judaism, if only slightly. Where does it say that his teachings included reading the Bible? In the Bible... Which, by the way was heavily edited at the Council of Trent and put together by men. Jesus himself didn't write the Bible. A bunch of people many years after his death did. And last time I checked, I am a good person, I do pray, and I know if there's a Heaven, I'll go there.
User avatar #389 to #330 - victoronefourtwo (01/06/2012) [-]
Well then, now that we have gotten this far, which was my main goal here, your very first comment therefore has no value.

"See yet another post ******* on my religion and assuming I'm ignorant as well as assuming that all people who believe in God blindly follow everything in the Bible. "

It is not your specific area of your religion, no where does it say that all Christians blindly follow the bible, it was your own assumption.
If you felt that it was an insult to Christianity using the bible, well, you don't follow the bible, so it doesn't piss on your religion at all, it pisses on a completely specific branch and area of your religion, that in no way would involve you, as you yourself even insulted the Christians who do follow the bible as "blindly" doing so.

User avatar #394 to #389 - humpcatting (01/06/2012) [-]
A.) I didn't directly insult people who follow the Bible. There is a difference between following something and doing so blindly.
B.) Although it pisses on a branch of my religion, it is still part of my religion. Even if it wasn't my religion, I have a right to defend it.
User avatar #344 to #318 - msvegeta (01/06/2012) [-]
I can't believe the way you tell someone that they are 'seeking to go to hell.' You sound like a cruel person for wanting such a cruel fate to occur to another human being. This is the main problem I have with Christianity. It's disgusting and awful to think anyone with different beliefs than yours deserve to go to hell. How do you justify this to yourself? Honestly, I'm curious, because I have never understood seemingly good people wanting others to go to hell. Seems like the mark of a barbarian to me...
User avatar #354 to #344 - victoronefourtwo (01/06/2012) [-]
Hmm, you seem to be ignorant when reading.

I'm an atheist fool.

I said that HE IS SEEKING TO GO TO HELL SINCE HIS RELIGION TEACHES HIM THAT HE WILL DUE TO THE FACT HE ISN'T FOLLOWING HIS OWN RELIGIONS GUIDELINES.

He is doing the exact opposite of what his religion is telling him to do.

Learn to read what people say before you spout out crazy comments.
User avatar #357 to #354 - msvegeta (01/06/2012) [-]
He's seeking to go to hell? That's a very rude thing to say bro. If doesn't believe he is, then he obviously isn't. Neither you or I have a right to tell him where the **** he is seeking to go. For real.
User avatar #362 to #357 - victoronefourtwo (01/06/2012) [-]
Uhh, I used logic.

He wasn't following the basic guidelines of Christianity.

If he isn't following them, what is there for me to guess?
He believes in it, so he should KNOW that he would go to hell, since he of course isn't following the basics of what Christianity teaches.
Rude or not, it's logic, and the truth.

You just have to learn to deal with it.
User avatar #374 to #362 - msvegeta (01/06/2012) [-]
Dude... if you're an atheist, you should be able to appreciate the objectivity of religion. It's a personal thing, and no one can tell you you're doing it wrong. He believes that he is going to heaven because he is a good person and he does pray and read the bible. He doesn't believe he will go to hell- so you have no right to tell him that he is seeking to. According to your logic, Jews who don't follow kosher want to go to hell. Or muslim women who don't wear the hijjab. Nobody seeks to go to hell- they do what they believe is right for them.
User avatar #385 to #374 - victoronefourtwo (01/06/2012) [-]
There is a difference between following one guideline, and the entire book of guidelines.

And yes, I do have a right to declare flaws that I see in his comments.

It's known as Freedom of Speech. And I used it to confront him on the fallacies of what he said. I never said that he was seeking to, I said that he isn't following the guidelines of Christianity, and is therefore either trying to seek hell, or otherwise not the traditional definition of a Christian.

He already chose the second option.

Look, you're first comment to me was already completely flawed in the sense you were wrong on your aspect. Your continuous replies obviously are being ignorant to what I had posted, and you're on the losing side of logic here. You can take what I said as an insult to him, but like you said, you apparently have no right to say that it was.
User avatar #393 to #385 - msvegeta (01/06/2012) [-]
Oh yes, my first comment wasn't fitting appropriately. I misunderstood that you were an atheist. However, my current argument still stands. Yeah, you have a legal right to say whatever the **** you want, and so do I- that's not what I'm getting at. I'm saying it makes no logical sense to criticize how a person follows their own religion. It's rude and mindless. They can follow it however the **** they want. Live and let live. Geez.
User avatar #400 to #393 - victoronefourtwo (01/06/2012) [-]
Yes, they can, I NEVER stated they couldn't.
Where did I state that "religious people are all retards that shouldn't follow their religion"?

I never criticized him, I confronted him on what he said and wanted him to explain the fallacies. Isn't that what Christians are suppose to do anyway? Be helpful and explain their religion and ideas to everyone as to help them understand? Thus allowing more people to go to heaven or what not?
#299 to #263 - alfreditor (01/06/2012) [-]
**alfreditor rolled a random image posted in comment #1061124 at FJ Pony Thread ** if person he/she is atheist
User avatar #141 - SonofChuck (01/06/2012) [-]
Dammit, I know most of these religion posts are pretty funny but every time there is one I just know that there's some religious arguments going on. Watch scroll down you'll see what I'm talking about!
User avatar #125 - sublimettt (01/06/2012) [-]
to everyone comin on fj now just lurkin on the comments, dont scroll down, trust me
#715 - anonymous (01/06/2012) [-]
You ever notice that atheists bring up religion more often than anybody with a goddamned religion? I'm an atheist, but **** you op. pinkiewhoring by posting popular opinion.
#917 - anonymous (01/06/2012) [-]
I'm going to explain the argument between atheists and Christians in a few simple words now!
There are two groups with two different beliefs
There are two types of people in each of the two groups
There is tards in both groups that can't seem to accept the fact that other people have a different belief
Then there are people that just sit on the side lines and laugh their ass off at the entire argument

Then there is the third group of people who plain just don't give a **** and came here for amusement... Which group are you?

Tl;DR version: Read my post you lazy ass
I patiently await your ********* of red pinkies now
#920 to #917 - GeneralLeeInsane (01/06/2012) [-]
The kind that didn't come to see scout cry over rainbows and ponies.
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#928 to #922 - anonymous (01/06/2012) [-]
As long as I get a good paying job, and live my life the way I want to, I don't give a **** who controls what.

And I know ponies are hated a lot, unfortunately they are hated on mainly because of the odd nature, and the way other people that like ponies act.

I see your point and am thinking it over right now, but there is a point where you need to just accept someone's beliefs and move on.

I would like to think I have put up a half decent argument, but that is up to the interpretation of anyone reading this...

I enjoy replies and a good argument by the way people, I can't go to sleep and im bored as **** .
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User avatar #873 to #785 - FatterKid (01/06/2012) [-]
Odd of you to post something smart on FJ. trust me it's wasted on these people. Reddit will actually take your point, and for the most part, enter a healthy and valid discussion on it.
User avatar #804 to #785 - niburu (01/06/2012) [-]
KYON WHAT DID U DO!!!!!!!????
#820 to #785 - anonymous (01/06/2012) [-]
Don't bother dude. People on FunnyJunk (Well, the internet for this matter) will never understand what you're trying to say. They look at it as an attack on their belief.



"College students are the majority of atheists."
I wonder why......Education? No....couldn't be.
User avatar #880 to #820 - obbichan (01/06/2012) [-]
Its that kind of "don't bother" attitude that keeps us, people with the same views as redandwhitenorth unknown, and the stereotype of Atheists being the ******* anti-christ growing.
#888 to #880 - anonymous (01/06/2012) [-]
Well keep it up man. I'm tired of this religious **** in the world.
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User avatar #884 to #832 - obbichan (01/06/2012) [-]
Sweet, another proud Canadian, eh!
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#673 - anonymous (01/06/2012) [-]
Not all atheist shove atheism down other peoples throat the same way not all religious people shove religion down other people's throat. Hell, it's not even CLOSE to the majority of atheists who do that. For either side, it happens to be the more aggressive and militant believers that start flame wars and duke it out in discussions and **** . I personally don't give a **** what you believe in as long as you don't try to affect my life personally because of either what I believe or what you believe. Religion is right for some people but not for others and that's how it should be. But unfortunately, religion, especially Christianity in America is very relevant for the reason that it's a major part of our politics. I honestly think that this is one of the biggest reasons why these stupid ******* flamewars start 90% of the time, whether people realize it or not. Well, at least Christianity in politics is the reason why Christianity in particular is so hotly discussed. But all in all, people should discuss this **** only when necessary, such as the constitutionality of prayer in school. **** the atheists that try to shove atheism down other peoples throats but **** the religious people that try to shove their religion down my throat- I once went to Brazil to volunteer, but when the other volunteers found out I was an atheist, they try to force me to pray for dinner and reprimanded my lack of believe (or beliefs, idk). That is the **** that needs to stop
#738 to #673 - anonymous (01/06/2012) [-]
but then you have Ron Paul hatergots like theOH PEEhere
#727 to #673 - getoutofhere (01/06/2012) [-]
Yeah, religion and politics should be separate , if all the politicians are able to favor thier religion (which are mostly christians) than it shows up in the bills, laws, etc. So that's not exactly equal rights for all religions. P.S I'm a christian. And we are taught to accept all other religions, and not cram it down the throat of others.
User avatar #452 - LocoJoe (01/06/2012) [-]
"And my wrath shall wax hot, and I will kill you with the sword; and your wives shall be widows, and your children fatherless."

Got to admit the Bible ha some bitching verses.
#297 - alfreditor (01/06/2012) [-]
ATHEISTS
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