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#246 - You are a sad child with no life. I truly feel for you. 03/03/2013 on Magic +1
#133 - Yeah. Considering the level at which he understands logic, I'… 03/02/2013 on Magic +1
#125 - If he is so superior it wouldn't take him half a half hour to … 03/02/2013 on Magic +2
#124 - I'm surprised you know what a friendly encounter looks like. …  [+] (2 new replies) 03/02/2013 on Magic +2
User avatar #131 - thesnarfalarker (03/02/2013) [-]
They don't invite him because every time he busts out these half ass arguments about meat.
User avatar #133 - matthewfuckingmain (03/02/2013) [-]
Yeah. Considering the level at which he understands logic, I'm sure the mothers of those kids have told them he isn't aloud to come over and play.
#123 - I'm sure you know how to talk to a third grader, seeing as you… 03/02/2013 on Magic +1
#107 - I'm pretty sure he is either a troll , or so full of himself,…  [+] (2 new replies) 03/02/2013 on Magic +2
User avatar #109 - crazylance (03/02/2013) [-]
AND still believe they are superior and that you should go kill yourself.
User avatar #125 - matthewfuckingmain (03/02/2013) [-]
If he is so superior it wouldn't take him half a half hour to formulate his half-assed attempts at insulting us. I'm sure his mom will eventually tell him it's time for him to go to bed.
#96 - Just because I disagree with someone, and choose to use my hum…  [+] (4 new replies) 03/02/2013 on Magic +4
User avatar #103 - crazylance (03/02/2013) [-]
I'm only wondering at how that guy just keeps going living in his own sphere of "enlightenment" at real life.

Or could he be those kids who act all tough behind the keyboard ?
User avatar #107 - matthewfuckingmain (03/02/2013) [-]
I'm pretty sure he is either a troll, or so full of himself, he can't even see the how humorous his idiotic comments are. It takes a special kind of person to constantly call people rednecks, then call that same person a fag.
User avatar #109 - crazylance (03/02/2013) [-]
AND still believe they are superior and that you should go kill yourself.
User avatar #125 - matthewfuckingmain (03/02/2013) [-]
If he is so superior it wouldn't take him half a half hour to formulate his half-assed attempts at insulting us. I'm sure his mom will eventually tell him it's time for him to go to bed.
#87 - Picture 03/02/2013 on Magic +1
#83 - Damn. That's the second time you have told me to kill myself … 03/02/2013 on Magic +2
#77 - Called me spoiled, insulted my nationality, said **** … 03/02/2013 on Magic +3
#22 - Someone has stupid **** circles in their ears, do… 03/02/2013 on 4chan shit +4
#65 - If by gun toting redneck you mean logical, educated view, than… 03/02/2013 on Magic +2
#63 - How sad because it's seems that your life seems to be focused … 03/02/2013 on Magic +1
#767 - Thank you.  [+] (1 new reply) 03/02/2013 on Dr.House, Ironman & Romney.. 0
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youre welcome
#758 - Nancy Botwin, Louis CK, and Batman. At least it will be funny…  [+] (3 new replies) 03/02/2013 on Dr.House, Ironman & Romney.. +1
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happy birthday
User avatar #767 - matthewfuckingmain (03/02/2013) [-]
Thank you.
User avatar #770 - marking (03/02/2013) [-]
youre welcome
#123 - Picture  [+] (1 new reply) 03/02/2013 on 1 day surrounded by... +2
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#51 - Either you're a troll , or the most unintelligent person I've… 03/02/2013 on Magic +3
#81 - Does your mom know you're being so edgy on the internet? 03/01/2013 on POW! Right in the feel +3
#517 - All your quotes are from the old testament. Which is outdated…  [+] (1 new reply) 03/01/2013 on religion, bitches. 0
User avatar #525 - jedimindaugas (03/01/2013) [-]
Oh I'm not going to set everyone on parole and blame religion only. People are responsible for their actions. However, I do not approve of the negative influence. Now you might say that you can learn a lot in the preaches, but that's humans talking. Religion at its basic level is a negative influence due to blind faith and I do not mean faith in the existence of a deity. However, unbreakable faith in the teachings leads to easy manipulation and straightforward "the American Taliban".
As for the Jesus quotes..:
""I say to you that to everyone who has, more shall be given, but from the one who does not have, even what he does have shall be taken away. As for my enemies who do not want me to reign over them, bring them here and kill them in my presence" Luke 19:26-27"
"But those mine enemies, which would not that I should reign over them, bring hither, and slay them before me. — Luke 19:27"
The Jesus followers were like a sect, encouraging to leave their families, friends etc. He also promoted self-loathe and everywhere you turn it is sin, sin,sin, sin, repent,repent, you are lousy, repent, sin.
Granted, these are far fewer in between, most often wrapped in between the lines, BUT there isn't a single line that would suggest disregarding OT. In fact, there are plenty of lines suggesting that Jesus came to reinforce them. We all know that both OT and NT were delivered by a God. Does that mean he had a change of hearth? AFAIK the almighty should be unchanging.
Face it, it is the PEOPLE who CHOSE to obey NT only, it is the PEOPLE who take note and preach (mostly) the positive things, trying to warp christianity into something it never was.
And look at Jesus as a character. We all know Adam and Eve never existed, so he came to the world to suffer for the symbolic sin of non-existing character and die in the name of... himself? Sounds legit.
#405 - I was taught that my religion (Christianity) is right. Everyo…  [+] (3 new replies) 02/28/2013 on religion, bitches. 0
User avatar #489 - jedimindaugas (02/28/2013) [-]
Open your eyes man! Right now it is blind faith talking! Think God damn, THINK what comes with blind faith that ignores all FACTS! I believe that the mines are harmful and run through the mine field, you believe that being stabbed is a pleasurable experience and go on a rampage! Or how about two seemingly normal and well educated students who put their blind faith that they are doing the right thing and are getting rewarded in heaven??? Referring to London's metro terrorist act!!!! Believing in something is just one step from ACTING upon it! Asking to blame only the people and not the medium is like legalizing all drugs! Hey, lets overlook that he was forcefully injected with hallucinogens that made him kill his wife, the drug is totally harmless.
"God does not say to insult, or harm people who are homosexual"
"If a man lies with a male as with a women, both of them shall be put to death for their abominable deed; they have forfeited their lives."
" The bible never says to murder in the name of God."
"They entered into a covenant to seek the Lord, the God of their fathers, with all their heart and soul; and everyone who would not seek the Lord, the God of Israel, was to be put to death, whether small or great, whether man or woman. (2 Chronicles 15:12-13 NAB)"
It takes just one search. I believe that Bibles does proclaim murder. Go on, put your blind faith and ignore the facts that are in thine Book of Truths. The sky is purple afterall.
User avatar #517 - matthewfuckingmain (03/01/2013) [-]
All your quotes are from the old testament. Which is outdated and doesn't speak for me, or most Christians. I expected you to know that. "Open my eyes?" My eyes are wide open. The thing that is talking is my beliefs and my opinion. If you classify every instance of Christians standing up for the faith as "Blind Faith" then I can't take you seriously. Legalizing all drugs would stop the illegal drug cartels, and be helpful. People that do heroine will do heroine. Making all personal choices illegal won't stop heroine, or any other drug won't stop it from happening. You aren't making any sense. You just named all acts that people got forced into doing, or manipulated into doing. Also your facts aren't exactly facts. I'm not here to convert you, I'm not here to argue opinions with you. Which is what we're doing. There are no facts in what we're discussing. It's all faith, and without faith, man would be nothing. Believe what you want, it won't effect me. Like I said I haven't gone around and murdered people for my belief, nor would I ever. All of theses examples don't have anything to do with me, because they don't apply to me. I won't be memorized or hypnotized by some crazy man. Your blame for violence in the world is misplaced. Start blaming the choice, not the religions, or the guns. I hope you will realize that people are to blame for the death and violence in this world, not beliefs. Have a good day, and a great life. God bless.
User avatar #525 - jedimindaugas (03/01/2013) [-]
Oh I'm not going to set everyone on parole and blame religion only. People are responsible for their actions. However, I do not approve of the negative influence. Now you might say that you can learn a lot in the preaches, but that's humans talking. Religion at its basic level is a negative influence due to blind faith and I do not mean faith in the existence of a deity. However, unbreakable faith in the teachings leads to easy manipulation and straightforward "the American Taliban".
As for the Jesus quotes..:
""I say to you that to everyone who has, more shall be given, but from the one who does not have, even what he does have shall be taken away. As for my enemies who do not want me to reign over them, bring them here and kill them in my presence" Luke 19:26-27"
"But those mine enemies, which would not that I should reign over them, bring hither, and slay them before me. — Luke 19:27"
The Jesus followers were like a sect, encouraging to leave their families, friends etc. He also promoted self-loathe and everywhere you turn it is sin, sin,sin, sin, repent,repent, you are lousy, repent, sin.
Granted, these are far fewer in between, most often wrapped in between the lines, BUT there isn't a single line that would suggest disregarding OT. In fact, there are plenty of lines suggesting that Jesus came to reinforce them. We all know that both OT and NT were delivered by a God. Does that mean he had a change of hearth? AFAIK the almighty should be unchanging.
Face it, it is the PEOPLE who CHOSE to obey NT only, it is the PEOPLE who take note and preach (mostly) the positive things, trying to warp christianity into something it never was.
And look at Jesus as a character. We all know Adam and Eve never existed, so he came to the world to suffer for the symbolic sin of non-existing character and die in the name of... himself? Sounds legit.
#303 - Religion isn't harmful. The people involved are harmful. Cal…  [+] (5 new replies) 02/28/2013 on religion, bitches. -1
User avatar #318 - jedimindaugas (02/28/2013) [-]
The problem is, it really IS harmful. I'm not pulling it out of my hat either. If you want to compare it to a tool, it would be an unstable time bomb.
Look , it is very late and I won't be able to put down the whole reasoning, but I'll give a few points here. Do note that my target is not personal beliefs, but religion as a structure:
* It promotes blind faith. You can see it in every religion. The members are asked to shove aside any facts and reasoning for undeniable "truth. That's how you get zealots with undeniable faith, easy to manipulate by offering rewards in the supposed afterlife.
* They try to enforce morals through books/stories/scripts. And the problem is that morals evolve. "Sacred" documents do not. They're recollections of ancient morals and the people's view's on the world, which really were advanced for that time, BUT emphasis on 'that time' - we live in the present.
* They create intolerance and divide people. Sure, they all make poems about the love for the family and neighbours, but that's where the love ends. Look at Ireland -the northern and the southern parts still can't get along! And for what!? All because children were told from the start that THEIR religion is true, that THEY are superior and the others are infidels.
And that leads to probably the biggest offender of all:
*Child abuse. Literal. Psychological. All those stories about hell and torture, all those preaches about the superiority are shoved into them. Into kids, who take it all literally, who still don't know any better. It is not because they are stupid, no, it is because they are genetically programmed to believe what they are told, to fallow the advice of the ones who have survived and thus should know better. All of this is sometimes almost impossible to get rid of upon adulthood. Thus, the cycle continues.
There is also contravercity, violence, double meaning but zzzzzz...
If you were not tought like that, then you are not a Christian. And be proud of it!
User avatar #405 - matthewfuckingmain (02/28/2013) [-]
I was taught that my religion (Christianity) is right. Everyone else is wrong, IE Atheists, Buddest, ect. I was taught that the bible (New testament) is the word of God. I was taught that homosexuality is wrong. I was taught that Hell is real, but I was never once threatened with it. I was told that as long as I believe, and pray for forgiveness that I will be fine. I was also taught to hate the sin, but love the sinner. On top of that, I was taught that God doesn't want hate in your heart. Your examples for religion being harmful for the most part stem from people. The bible never says to murder in the name of God. People tell you to murder in the name of God. The bible never says to scare, and put fear into children. People put fear into children. As for your thoughts on intolerance, people create intolerance, not God. God does not say to insult, or harm people who are homosexual, or who don't believe the same as you. People do it because they can't handle someone living differently than them. As for blind faith. I don't see anything harmful in denying things that other people consider true. That doesn't seem to hurt anyone. If someone wants to believe that the sky is purple, It doesn't affect me. Now if they were to start murdering people that didn't believe the sky is purple, then it's the fault of the man manipulating them, not the religion itself. Evolving morals is just a matter of opinion. Morals are the same in my opinion. Murder is still murder. Stealing is still stealing. Abortion, and homosexuality are the ones that can be argued the most. But still, I have my beliefs and you have yours. I don't go around killing gay people, nor do I kill people who are pro-choice. Religion isn't evil, people are evil. Religion isn't harmful, people who lie, and manipulate are.
User avatar #489 - jedimindaugas (02/28/2013) [-]
Open your eyes man! Right now it is blind faith talking! Think God damn, THINK what comes with blind faith that ignores all FACTS! I believe that the mines are harmful and run through the mine field, you believe that being stabbed is a pleasurable experience and go on a rampage! Or how about two seemingly normal and well educated students who put their blind faith that they are doing the right thing and are getting rewarded in heaven??? Referring to London's metro terrorist act!!!! Believing in something is just one step from ACTING upon it! Asking to blame only the people and not the medium is like legalizing all drugs! Hey, lets overlook that he was forcefully injected with hallucinogens that made him kill his wife, the drug is totally harmless.
"God does not say to insult, or harm people who are homosexual"
"If a man lies with a male as with a women, both of them shall be put to death for their abominable deed; they have forfeited their lives."
" The bible never says to murder in the name of God."
"They entered into a covenant to seek the Lord, the God of their fathers, with all their heart and soul; and everyone who would not seek the Lord, the God of Israel, was to be put to death, whether small or great, whether man or woman. (2 Chronicles 15:12-13 NAB)"
It takes just one search. I believe that Bibles does proclaim murder. Go on, put your blind faith and ignore the facts that are in thine Book of Truths. The sky is purple afterall.
User avatar #517 - matthewfuckingmain (03/01/2013) [-]
All your quotes are from the old testament. Which is outdated and doesn't speak for me, or most Christians. I expected you to know that. "Open my eyes?" My eyes are wide open. The thing that is talking is my beliefs and my opinion. If you classify every instance of Christians standing up for the faith as "Blind Faith" then I can't take you seriously. Legalizing all drugs would stop the illegal drug cartels, and be helpful. People that do heroine will do heroine. Making all personal choices illegal won't stop heroine, or any other drug won't stop it from happening. You aren't making any sense. You just named all acts that people got forced into doing, or manipulated into doing. Also your facts aren't exactly facts. I'm not here to convert you, I'm not here to argue opinions with you. Which is what we're doing. There are no facts in what we're discussing. It's all faith, and without faith, man would be nothing. Believe what you want, it won't effect me. Like I said I haven't gone around and murdered people for my belief, nor would I ever. All of theses examples don't have anything to do with me, because they don't apply to me. I won't be memorized or hypnotized by some crazy man. Your blame for violence in the world is misplaced. Start blaming the choice, not the religions, or the guns. I hope you will realize that people are to blame for the death and violence in this world, not beliefs. Have a good day, and a great life. God bless.
User avatar #525 - jedimindaugas (03/01/2013) [-]
Oh I'm not going to set everyone on parole and blame religion only. People are responsible for their actions. However, I do not approve of the negative influence. Now you might say that you can learn a lot in the preaches, but that's humans talking. Religion at its basic level is a negative influence due to blind faith and I do not mean faith in the existence of a deity. However, unbreakable faith in the teachings leads to easy manipulation and straightforward "the American Taliban".
As for the Jesus quotes..:
""I say to you that to everyone who has, more shall be given, but from the one who does not have, even what he does have shall be taken away. As for my enemies who do not want me to reign over them, bring them here and kill them in my presence" Luke 19:26-27"
"But those mine enemies, which would not that I should reign over them, bring hither, and slay them before me. — Luke 19:27"
The Jesus followers were like a sect, encouraging to leave their families, friends etc. He also promoted self-loathe and everywhere you turn it is sin, sin,sin, sin, repent,repent, you are lousy, repent, sin.
Granted, these are far fewer in between, most often wrapped in between the lines, BUT there isn't a single line that would suggest disregarding OT. In fact, there are plenty of lines suggesting that Jesus came to reinforce them. We all know that both OT and NT were delivered by a God. Does that mean he had a change of hearth? AFAIK the almighty should be unchanging.
Face it, it is the PEOPLE who CHOSE to obey NT only, it is the PEOPLE who take note and preach (mostly) the positive things, trying to warp christianity into something it never was.
And look at Jesus as a character. We all know Adam and Eve never existed, so he came to the world to suffer for the symbolic sin of non-existing character and die in the name of... himself? Sounds legit.
#253 - All this could be fixed if people woke up and decided to think…  [+] (7 new replies) 02/28/2013 on religion, bitches. 0
User avatar #274 - jedimindaugas (02/28/2013) [-]
How could you even convert if I haven't got the slightest idea what you believe in. Even if I were to believe that there is an omnipotent being, it would change nothing.I don't proclaim my beliefs in my post, I state facts and conclusions: 1) the chance of there actually being a God is slim. Acting upon it would be like betting on flipping the coin on heads 1000 times in a row. 2) Religion at its core is harmful for the society in the present
User avatar #303 - matthewfuckingmain (02/28/2013) [-]
Religion isn't harmful. The people involved are harmful. Calling religion evil is like calling a gun evil, or calling a hammer evil, or any other tool. Religion at it's basics is a tool to help people live their life. When people take that tool, and use it for evil means, they are evil, not the tool itself. Calling religion harmful to society is just ignorant and ignoring all the good it has brought. I have full belief in God, one hundred percent. I don't look at it like flipping a coin, I look at it as believing in something good, and powerful.
User avatar #318 - jedimindaugas (02/28/2013) [-]
The problem is, it really IS harmful. I'm not pulling it out of my hat either. If you want to compare it to a tool, it would be an unstable time bomb.
Look , it is very late and I won't be able to put down the whole reasoning, but I'll give a few points here. Do note that my target is not personal beliefs, but religion as a structure:
* It promotes blind faith. You can see it in every religion. The members are asked to shove aside any facts and reasoning for undeniable "truth. That's how you get zealots with undeniable faith, easy to manipulate by offering rewards in the supposed afterlife.
* They try to enforce morals through books/stories/scripts. And the problem is that morals evolve. "Sacred" documents do not. They're recollections of ancient morals and the people's view's on the world, which really were advanced for that time, BUT emphasis on 'that time' - we live in the present.
* They create intolerance and divide people. Sure, they all make poems about the love for the family and neighbours, but that's where the love ends. Look at Ireland -the northern and the southern parts still can't get along! And for what!? All because children were told from the start that THEIR religion is true, that THEY are superior and the others are infidels.
And that leads to probably the biggest offender of all:
*Child abuse. Literal. Psychological. All those stories about hell and torture, all those preaches about the superiority are shoved into them. Into kids, who take it all literally, who still don't know any better. It is not because they are stupid, no, it is because they are genetically programmed to believe what they are told, to fallow the advice of the ones who have survived and thus should know better. All of this is sometimes almost impossible to get rid of upon adulthood. Thus, the cycle continues.
There is also contravercity, violence, double meaning but zzzzzz...
If you were not tought like that, then you are not a Christian. And be proud of it!
User avatar #405 - matthewfuckingmain (02/28/2013) [-]
I was taught that my religion (Christianity) is right. Everyone else is wrong, IE Atheists, Buddest, ect. I was taught that the bible (New testament) is the word of God. I was taught that homosexuality is wrong. I was taught that Hell is real, but I was never once threatened with it. I was told that as long as I believe, and pray for forgiveness that I will be fine. I was also taught to hate the sin, but love the sinner. On top of that, I was taught that God doesn't want hate in your heart. Your examples for religion being harmful for the most part stem from people. The bible never says to murder in the name of God. People tell you to murder in the name of God. The bible never says to scare, and put fear into children. People put fear into children. As for your thoughts on intolerance, people create intolerance, not God. God does not say to insult, or harm people who are homosexual, or who don't believe the same as you. People do it because they can't handle someone living differently than them. As for blind faith. I don't see anything harmful in denying things that other people consider true. That doesn't seem to hurt anyone. If someone wants to believe that the sky is purple, It doesn't affect me. Now if they were to start murdering people that didn't believe the sky is purple, then it's the fault of the man manipulating them, not the religion itself. Evolving morals is just a matter of opinion. Morals are the same in my opinion. Murder is still murder. Stealing is still stealing. Abortion, and homosexuality are the ones that can be argued the most. But still, I have my beliefs and you have yours. I don't go around killing gay people, nor do I kill people who are pro-choice. Religion isn't evil, people are evil. Religion isn't harmful, people who lie, and manipulate are.
User avatar #489 - jedimindaugas (02/28/2013) [-]
Open your eyes man! Right now it is blind faith talking! Think God damn, THINK what comes with blind faith that ignores all FACTS! I believe that the mines are harmful and run through the mine field, you believe that being stabbed is a pleasurable experience and go on a rampage! Or how about two seemingly normal and well educated students who put their blind faith that they are doing the right thing and are getting rewarded in heaven??? Referring to London's metro terrorist act!!!! Believing in something is just one step from ACTING upon it! Asking to blame only the people and not the medium is like legalizing all drugs! Hey, lets overlook that he was forcefully injected with hallucinogens that made him kill his wife, the drug is totally harmless.
"God does not say to insult, or harm people who are homosexual"
"If a man lies with a male as with a women, both of them shall be put to death for their abominable deed; they have forfeited their lives."
" The bible never says to murder in the name of God."
"They entered into a covenant to seek the Lord, the God of their fathers, with all their heart and soul; and everyone who would not seek the Lord, the God of Israel, was to be put to death, whether small or great, whether man or woman. (2 Chronicles 15:12-13 NAB)"
It takes just one search. I believe that Bibles does proclaim murder. Go on, put your blind faith and ignore the facts that are in thine Book of Truths. The sky is purple afterall.
User avatar #517 - matthewfuckingmain (03/01/2013) [-]
All your quotes are from the old testament. Which is outdated and doesn't speak for me, or most Christians. I expected you to know that. "Open my eyes?" My eyes are wide open. The thing that is talking is my beliefs and my opinion. If you classify every instance of Christians standing up for the faith as "Blind Faith" then I can't take you seriously. Legalizing all drugs would stop the illegal drug cartels, and be helpful. People that do heroine will do heroine. Making all personal choices illegal won't stop heroine, or any other drug won't stop it from happening. You aren't making any sense. You just named all acts that people got forced into doing, or manipulated into doing. Also your facts aren't exactly facts. I'm not here to convert you, I'm not here to argue opinions with you. Which is what we're doing. There are no facts in what we're discussing. It's all faith, and without faith, man would be nothing. Believe what you want, it won't effect me. Like I said I haven't gone around and murdered people for my belief, nor would I ever. All of theses examples don't have anything to do with me, because they don't apply to me. I won't be memorized or hypnotized by some crazy man. Your blame for violence in the world is misplaced. Start blaming the choice, not the religions, or the guns. I hope you will realize that people are to blame for the death and violence in this world, not beliefs. Have a good day, and a great life. God bless.
User avatar #525 - jedimindaugas (03/01/2013) [-]
Oh I'm not going to set everyone on parole and blame religion only. People are responsible for their actions. However, I do not approve of the negative influence. Now you might say that you can learn a lot in the preaches, but that's humans talking. Religion at its basic level is a negative influence due to blind faith and I do not mean faith in the existence of a deity. However, unbreakable faith in the teachings leads to easy manipulation and straightforward "the American Taliban".
As for the Jesus quotes..:
""I say to you that to everyone who has, more shall be given, but from the one who does not have, even what he does have shall be taken away. As for my enemies who do not want me to reign over them, bring them here and kill them in my presence" Luke 19:26-27"
"But those mine enemies, which would not that I should reign over them, bring hither, and slay them before me. — Luke 19:27"
The Jesus followers were like a sect, encouraging to leave their families, friends etc. He also promoted self-loathe and everywhere you turn it is sin, sin,sin, sin, repent,repent, you are lousy, repent, sin.
Granted, these are far fewer in between, most often wrapped in between the lines, BUT there isn't a single line that would suggest disregarding OT. In fact, there are plenty of lines suggesting that Jesus came to reinforce them. We all know that both OT and NT were delivered by a God. Does that mean he had a change of hearth? AFAIK the almighty should be unchanging.
Face it, it is the PEOPLE who CHOSE to obey NT only, it is the PEOPLE who take note and preach (mostly) the positive things, trying to warp christianity into something it never was.
And look at Jesus as a character. We all know Adam and Eve never existed, so he came to the world to suffer for the symbolic sin of non-existing character and die in the name of... himself? Sounds legit.
#238 - I personally don't get offended when people express their opin…  [+] (9 new replies) 02/28/2013 on religion, bitches. 0
User avatar #245 - jedimindaugas (02/28/2013) [-]
I would like to think that I promote less of an Atheism, but more like reasonable thinking and facts. I do not mind people having their own personal opinions on the existence of deities(even if the chances are proven to be very,very slim; even I can't deny there MIGHT be Futurama's God).
What I am fighting is religion as a structure, an organized set of rules prejudices. That's where the straightforward evil is presently coming.
User avatar #253 - matthewfuckingmain (02/28/2013) [-]
All this could be fixed if people woke up and decided to think for themselves. I see nothing wrong with churches, but there has to be a moment where people actually have to understand that just because that person is a priest, or preacher, he isn't God himself. As for your beliefs in if God is real or not. It's not something that can be proven. You have to have faith in him, and that is the point of God in my opinion. He doesn't want there to be proof of his existence, he wants you to put faith in him being real. I personally don't find that difficult at all, but some people do. It's not my place to try to convert you, it's up to you to choose what you think is best.
User avatar #274 - jedimindaugas (02/28/2013) [-]
How could you even convert if I haven't got the slightest idea what you believe in. Even if I were to believe that there is an omnipotent being, it would change nothing.I don't proclaim my beliefs in my post, I state facts and conclusions: 1) the chance of there actually being a God is slim. Acting upon it would be like betting on flipping the coin on heads 1000 times in a row. 2) Religion at its core is harmful for the society in the present
User avatar #303 - matthewfuckingmain (02/28/2013) [-]
Religion isn't harmful. The people involved are harmful. Calling religion evil is like calling a gun evil, or calling a hammer evil, or any other tool. Religion at it's basics is a tool to help people live their life. When people take that tool, and use it for evil means, they are evil, not the tool itself. Calling religion harmful to society is just ignorant and ignoring all the good it has brought. I have full belief in God, one hundred percent. I don't look at it like flipping a coin, I look at it as believing in something good, and powerful.
User avatar #318 - jedimindaugas (02/28/2013) [-]
The problem is, it really IS harmful. I'm not pulling it out of my hat either. If you want to compare it to a tool, it would be an unstable time bomb.
Look , it is very late and I won't be able to put down the whole reasoning, but I'll give a few points here. Do note that my target is not personal beliefs, but religion as a structure:
* It promotes blind faith. You can see it in every religion. The members are asked to shove aside any facts and reasoning for undeniable "truth. That's how you get zealots with undeniable faith, easy to manipulate by offering rewards in the supposed afterlife.
* They try to enforce morals through books/stories/scripts. And the problem is that morals evolve. "Sacred" documents do not. They're recollections of ancient morals and the people's view's on the world, which really were advanced for that time, BUT emphasis on 'that time' - we live in the present.
* They create intolerance and divide people. Sure, they all make poems about the love for the family and neighbours, but that's where the love ends. Look at Ireland -the northern and the southern parts still can't get along! And for what!? All because children were told from the start that THEIR religion is true, that THEY are superior and the others are infidels.
And that leads to probably the biggest offender of all:
*Child abuse. Literal. Psychological. All those stories about hell and torture, all those preaches about the superiority are shoved into them. Into kids, who take it all literally, who still don't know any better. It is not because they are stupid, no, it is because they are genetically programmed to believe what they are told, to fallow the advice of the ones who have survived and thus should know better. All of this is sometimes almost impossible to get rid of upon adulthood. Thus, the cycle continues.
There is also contravercity, violence, double meaning but zzzzzz...
If you were not tought like that, then you are not a Christian. And be proud of it!
User avatar #405 - matthewfuckingmain (02/28/2013) [-]
I was taught that my religion (Christianity) is right. Everyone else is wrong, IE Atheists, Buddest, ect. I was taught that the bible (New testament) is the word of God. I was taught that homosexuality is wrong. I was taught that Hell is real, but I was never once threatened with it. I was told that as long as I believe, and pray for forgiveness that I will be fine. I was also taught to hate the sin, but love the sinner. On top of that, I was taught that God doesn't want hate in your heart. Your examples for religion being harmful for the most part stem from people. The bible never says to murder in the name of God. People tell you to murder in the name of God. The bible never says to scare, and put fear into children. People put fear into children. As for your thoughts on intolerance, people create intolerance, not God. God does not say to insult, or harm people who are homosexual, or who don't believe the same as you. People do it because they can't handle someone living differently than them. As for blind faith. I don't see anything harmful in denying things that other people consider true. That doesn't seem to hurt anyone. If someone wants to believe that the sky is purple, It doesn't affect me. Now if they were to start murdering people that didn't believe the sky is purple, then it's the fault of the man manipulating them, not the religion itself. Evolving morals is just a matter of opinion. Morals are the same in my opinion. Murder is still murder. Stealing is still stealing. Abortion, and homosexuality are the ones that can be argued the most. But still, I have my beliefs and you have yours. I don't go around killing gay people, nor do I kill people who are pro-choice. Religion isn't evil, people are evil. Religion isn't harmful, people who lie, and manipulate are.
User avatar #489 - jedimindaugas (02/28/2013) [-]
Open your eyes man! Right now it is blind faith talking! Think God damn, THINK what comes with blind faith that ignores all FACTS! I believe that the mines are harmful and run through the mine field, you believe that being stabbed is a pleasurable experience and go on a rampage! Or how about two seemingly normal and well educated students who put their blind faith that they are doing the right thing and are getting rewarded in heaven??? Referring to London's metro terrorist act!!!! Believing in something is just one step from ACTING upon it! Asking to blame only the people and not the medium is like legalizing all drugs! Hey, lets overlook that he was forcefully injected with hallucinogens that made him kill his wife, the drug is totally harmless.
"God does not say to insult, or harm people who are homosexual"
"If a man lies with a male as with a women, both of them shall be put to death for their abominable deed; they have forfeited their lives."
" The bible never says to murder in the name of God."
"They entered into a covenant to seek the Lord, the God of their fathers, with all their heart and soul; and everyone who would not seek the Lord, the God of Israel, was to be put to death, whether small or great, whether man or woman. (2 Chronicles 15:12-13 NAB)"
It takes just one search. I believe that Bibles does proclaim murder. Go on, put your blind faith and ignore the facts that are in thine Book of Truths. The sky is purple afterall.
User avatar #517 - matthewfuckingmain (03/01/2013) [-]
All your quotes are from the old testament. Which is outdated and doesn't speak for me, or most Christians. I expected you to know that. "Open my eyes?" My eyes are wide open. The thing that is talking is my beliefs and my opinion. If you classify every instance of Christians standing up for the faith as "Blind Faith" then I can't take you seriously. Legalizing all drugs would stop the illegal drug cartels, and be helpful. People that do heroine will do heroine. Making all personal choices illegal won't stop heroine, or any other drug won't stop it from happening. You aren't making any sense. You just named all acts that people got forced into doing, or manipulated into doing. Also your facts aren't exactly facts. I'm not here to convert you, I'm not here to argue opinions with you. Which is what we're doing. There are no facts in what we're discussing. It's all faith, and without faith, man would be nothing. Believe what you want, it won't effect me. Like I said I haven't gone around and murdered people for my belief, nor would I ever. All of theses examples don't have anything to do with me, because they don't apply to me. I won't be memorized or hypnotized by some crazy man. Your blame for violence in the world is misplaced. Start blaming the choice, not the religions, or the guns. I hope you will realize that people are to blame for the death and violence in this world, not beliefs. Have a good day, and a great life. God bless.
User avatar #525 - jedimindaugas (03/01/2013) [-]
Oh I'm not going to set everyone on parole and blame religion only. People are responsible for their actions. However, I do not approve of the negative influence. Now you might say that you can learn a lot in the preaches, but that's humans talking. Religion at its basic level is a negative influence due to blind faith and I do not mean faith in the existence of a deity. However, unbreakable faith in the teachings leads to easy manipulation and straightforward "the American Taliban".
As for the Jesus quotes..:
""I say to you that to everyone who has, more shall be given, but from the one who does not have, even what he does have shall be taken away. As for my enemies who do not want me to reign over them, bring them here and kill them in my presence" Luke 19:26-27"
"But those mine enemies, which would not that I should reign over them, bring hither, and slay them before me. — Luke 19:27"
The Jesus followers were like a sect, encouraging to leave their families, friends etc. He also promoted self-loathe and everywhere you turn it is sin, sin,sin, sin, repent,repent, you are lousy, repent, sin.
Granted, these are far fewer in between, most often wrapped in between the lines, BUT there isn't a single line that would suggest disregarding OT. In fact, there are plenty of lines suggesting that Jesus came to reinforce them. We all know that both OT and NT were delivered by a God. Does that mean he had a change of hearth? AFAIK the almighty should be unchanging.
Face it, it is the PEOPLE who CHOSE to obey NT only, it is the PEOPLE who take note and preach (mostly) the positive things, trying to warp christianity into something it never was.
And look at Jesus as a character. We all know Adam and Eve never existed, so he came to the world to suffer for the symbolic sin of non-existing character and die in the name of... himself? Sounds legit.
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User avatar #234 - jedimindaugas (02/28/2013) [-]
You misinterpreted him. He never asked for a place where atheism would be unquestionable - it would only transform it into an another religion. Read the post more carefully.

On a side note, about the freedom to openly express their beliefs - why do we give such an exclusive right to expressing religion? Afterall, we do silence any sexism/racism.
User avatar #238 - matthewfuckingmain (02/28/2013) [-]
I personally don't get offended when people express their opinion. I'd rather not have any one place where one belief is consider stronger than another one. Questions, and disbelief is important to an extent. Atheism is not a religion. It's a lack of religion. Why would you want to transform something that rejects religions, into a religion itself? People express their beliefs every day. Anywhere where a certain religion holds more power than another, it will become what I just explained. A place where anyone who questions the idea will be blindly hated for no reason. The internet is pretty even in my opinion, there are of course sites dedicated to Atheism, and sites dedicated to other beliefs. Atheism shouldn't take hold of the internet and make it it's home. This is coming from a christian who isn't effected by people stating their beliefs, nor people shoving them down my throat. I understand he was not saying what I inferred, but it's what it will become.
User avatar #245 - jedimindaugas (02/28/2013) [-]
I would like to think that I promote less of an Atheism, but more like reasonable thinking and facts. I do not mind people having their own personal opinions on the existence of deities(even if the chances are proven to be very,very slim; even I can't deny there MIGHT be Futurama's God).
What I am fighting is religion as a structure, an organized set of rules prejudices. That's where the straightforward evil is presently coming.
User avatar #253 - matthewfuckingmain (02/28/2013) [-]
All this could be fixed if people woke up and decided to think for themselves. I see nothing wrong with churches, but there has to be a moment where people actually have to understand that just because that person is a priest, or preacher, he isn't God himself. As for your beliefs in if God is real or not. It's not something that can be proven. You have to have faith in him, and that is the point of God in my opinion. He doesn't want there to be proof of his existence, he wants you to put faith in him being real. I personally don't find that difficult at all, but some people do. It's not my place to try to convert you, it's up to you to choose what you think is best.
User avatar #274 - jedimindaugas (02/28/2013) [-]
How could you even convert if I haven't got the slightest idea what you believe in. Even if I were to believe that there is an omnipotent being, it would change nothing.I don't proclaim my beliefs in my post, I state facts and conclusions: 1) the chance of there actually being a God is slim. Acting upon it would be like betting on flipping the coin on heads 1000 times in a row. 2) Religion at its core is harmful for the society in the present
User avatar #303 - matthewfuckingmain (02/28/2013) [-]
Religion isn't harmful. The people involved are harmful. Calling religion evil is like calling a gun evil, or calling a hammer evil, or any other tool. Religion at it's basics is a tool to help people live their life. When people take that tool, and use it for evil means, they are evil, not the tool itself. Calling religion harmful to society is just ignorant and ignoring all the good it has brought. I have full belief in God, one hundred percent. I don't look at it like flipping a coin, I look at it as believing in something good, and powerful.
User avatar #318 - jedimindaugas (02/28/2013) [-]
The problem is, it really IS harmful. I'm not pulling it out of my hat either. If you want to compare it to a tool, it would be an unstable time bomb.
Look , it is very late and I won't be able to put down the whole reasoning, but I'll give a few points here. Do note that my target is not personal beliefs, but religion as a structure:
* It promotes blind faith. You can see it in every religion. The members are asked to shove aside any facts and reasoning for undeniable "truth. That's how you get zealots with undeniable faith, easy to manipulate by offering rewards in the supposed afterlife.
* They try to enforce morals through books/stories/scripts. And the problem is that morals evolve. "Sacred" documents do not. They're recollections of ancient morals and the people's view's on the world, which really were advanced for that time, BUT emphasis on 'that time' - we live in the present.
* They create intolerance and divide people. Sure, they all make poems about the love for the family and neighbours, but that's where the love ends. Look at Ireland -the northern and the southern parts still can't get along! And for what!? All because children were told from the start that THEIR religion is true, that THEY are superior and the others are infidels.
And that leads to probably the biggest offender of all:
*Child abuse. Literal. Psychological. All those stories about hell and torture, all those preaches about the superiority are shoved into them. Into kids, who take it all literally, who still don't know any better. It is not because they are stupid, no, it is because they are genetically programmed to believe what they are told, to fallow the advice of the ones who have survived and thus should know better. All of this is sometimes almost impossible to get rid of upon adulthood. Thus, the cycle continues.
There is also contravercity, violence, double meaning but zzzzzz...
If you were not tought like that, then you are not a Christian. And be proud of it!
User avatar #405 - matthewfuckingmain (02/28/2013) [-]
I was taught that my religion (Christianity) is right. Everyone else is wrong, IE Atheists, Buddest, ect. I was taught that the bible (New testament) is the word of God. I was taught that homosexuality is wrong. I was taught that Hell is real, but I was never once threatened with it. I was told that as long as I believe, and pray for forgiveness that I will be fine. I was also taught to hate the sin, but love the sinner. On top of that, I was taught that God doesn't want hate in your heart. Your examples for religion being harmful for the most part stem from people. The bible never says to murder in the name of God. People tell you to murder in the name of God. The bible never says to scare, and put fear into children. People put fear into children. As for your thoughts on intolerance, people create intolerance, not God. God does not say to insult, or harm people who are homosexual, or who don't believe the same as you. People do it because they can't handle someone living differently than them. As for blind faith. I don't see anything harmful in denying things that other people consider true. That doesn't seem to hurt anyone. If someone wants to believe that the sky is purple, It doesn't affect me. Now if they were to start murdering people that didn't believe the sky is purple, then it's the fault of the man manipulating them, not the religion itself. Evolving morals is just a matter of opinion. Morals are the same in my opinion. Murder is still murder. Stealing is still stealing. Abortion, and homosexuality are the ones that can be argued the most. But still, I have my beliefs and you have yours. I don't go around killing gay people, nor do I kill people who are pro-choice. Religion isn't evil, people are evil. Religion isn't harmful, people who lie, and manipulate are.
User avatar #489 - jedimindaugas (02/28/2013) [-]
Open your eyes man! Right now it is blind faith talking! Think God damn, THINK what comes with blind faith that ignores all FACTS! I believe that the mines are harmful and run through the mine field, you believe that being stabbed is a pleasurable experience and go on a rampage! Or how about two seemingly normal and well educated students who put their blind faith that they are doing the right thing and are getting rewarded in heaven??? Referring to London's metro terrorist act!!!! Believing in something is just one step from ACTING upon it! Asking to blame only the people and not the medium is like legalizing all drugs! Hey, lets overlook that he was forcefully injected with hallucinogens that made him kill his wife, the drug is totally harmless.
"God does not say to insult, or harm people who are homosexual"
"If a man lies with a male as with a women, both of them shall be put to death for their abominable deed; they have forfeited their lives."
" The bible never says to murder in the name of God."
"They entered into a covenant to seek the Lord, the God of their fathers, with all their heart and soul; and everyone who would not seek the Lord, the God of Israel, was to be put to death, whether small or great, whether man or woman. (2 Chronicles 15:12-13 NAB)"
It takes just one search. I believe that Bibles does proclaim murder. Go on, put your blind faith and ignore the facts that are in thine Book of Truths. The sky is purple afterall.
User avatar #517 - matthewfuckingmain (03/01/2013) [-]
All your quotes are from the old testament. Which is outdated and doesn't speak for me, or most Christians. I expected you to know that. "Open my eyes?" My eyes are wide open. The thing that is talking is my beliefs and my opinion. If you classify every instance of Christians standing up for the faith as "Blind Faith" then I can't take you seriously. Legalizing all drugs would stop the illegal drug cartels, and be helpful. People that do heroine will do heroine. Making all personal choices illegal won't stop heroine, or any other drug won't stop it from happening. You aren't making any sense. You just named all acts that people got forced into doing, or manipulated into doing. Also your facts aren't exactly facts. I'm not here to convert you, I'm not here to argue opinions with you. Which is what we're doing. There are no facts in what we're discussing. It's all faith, and without faith, man would be nothing. Believe what you want, it won't effect me. Like I said I haven't gone around and murdered people for my belief, nor would I ever. All of theses examples don't have anything to do with me, because they don't apply to me. I won't be memorized or hypnotized by some crazy man. Your blame for violence in the world is misplaced. Start blaming the choice, not the religions, or the guns. I hope you will realize that people are to blame for the death and violence in this world, not beliefs. Have a good day, and a great life. God bless.
User avatar #525 - jedimindaugas (03/01/2013) [-]
Oh I'm not going to set everyone on parole and blame religion only. People are responsible for their actions. However, I do not approve of the negative influence. Now you might say that you can learn a lot in the preaches, but that's humans talking. Religion at its basic level is a negative influence due to blind faith and I do not mean faith in the existence of a deity. However, unbreakable faith in the teachings leads to easy manipulation and straightforward "the American Taliban".
As for the Jesus quotes..:
""I say to you that to everyone who has, more shall be given, but from the one who does not have, even what he does have shall be taken away. As for my enemies who do not want me to reign over them, bring them here and kill them in my presence" Luke 19:26-27"
"But those mine enemies, which would not that I should reign over them, bring hither, and slay them before me. — Luke 19:27"
The Jesus followers were like a sect, encouraging to leave their families, friends etc. He also promoted self-loathe and everywhere you turn it is sin, sin,sin, sin, repent,repent, you are lousy, repent, sin.
Granted, these are far fewer in between, most often wrapped in between the lines, BUT there isn't a single line that would suggest disregarding OT. In fact, there are plenty of lines suggesting that Jesus came to reinforce them. We all know that both OT and NT were delivered by a God. Does that mean he had a change of hearth? AFAIK the almighty should be unchanging.
Face it, it is the PEOPLE who CHOSE to obey NT only, it is the PEOPLE who take note and preach (mostly) the positive things, trying to warp christianity into something it never was.
And look at Jesus as a character. We all know Adam and Eve never existed, so he came to the world to suffer for the symbolic sin of non-existing character and die in the name of... himself? Sounds legit.
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