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10 ups, 3 replies
Unless I see someone spreading utter bullshit about atheists (and a few Imgflippers are guilty of that), I usually prefer to live and let live. I'm not going to change anyone's mind anyway, so why argue about it?
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5 ups
Same, brilliantly said.
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6 ups, 1 reply
You never know. Some people are atheists today because an atheist began talking to them, which planted seeds.
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9 ups, 1 reply
Or they just realized that, logically speaking, organized religion make no sense
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7 ups, 3 replies
I mean no offense, its just that believers will never understand athiests, just as athiests will never understand believers...
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6 ups, 1 reply
That seems to ring true much of the time, unfortunately.
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6 ups, 2 replies
Personally, i was surrounded by religion growing up, but as i learned more about the bible, i had more and more questions thatcould not be answered satisfactorily... I was always told " you have to have FAITH!" I couldn't find any in all the contradictions.
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3 ups
I feel so similarly, like, did they invented the devil?
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3 ups
Well I guess it would be nice.....
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2 ups
I was raised a believer, so I understand you guys.
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1 up, 1 reply
I understand why people would be believers. A "get out of death free" card is a pretty strong incentive. Unfortunately, there's no proof that card is actually redeemable. <G>
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0 ups
Therein lies the 'faith' part, if you believe while you're alive... Once you're dead... Who's gonna argue?
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3 ups
Be both then you could win both arguments...
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7 ups, 1 reply
I agree. A lot of organized religion is just a money making platform. I also believe what I see and feel. Don't pedal your bull shit to me.
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5 ups
Agree completely! I grew up in utah, where the LDS church is the biggest money maker in the state!
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7 ups, 2 replies
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5 ups, 1 reply
Lol
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4 ups, 1 reply
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7 ups, 2 replies
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3 ups, 1 reply
Sign me up. I'll give what I can but I'm low on cash.
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5 ups, 1 reply
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3 ups
Cuz' i'm not a black magic woman!
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7 ups, 2 replies
I'm agnostic but when people tell me this, I tell them, oil and water don't mix
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2 ups, 1 reply
And hopefully you don't feel a need to wave that fact in every bodies face.
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3 ups
i don't need to unless someone starts talking about god to me first
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2 ups
I used to go to a Presbyterian church that now holds gay marriages. Their motto is "marriage is between two people, not just a man and a woman."
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Same to religious people
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4 ups, 2 replies
Of course, that doesn't mean the Christians on this site like spursfan and lynch aren't wonderful people and great friends! :D
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6 ups
Right...because calling someone a fool is a great way to garner respect and win people to your side.
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You're no different from ninja2016.
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You believe in a magical sky pixie who became his own son in order to sacrifice himself to himself so he could get over being pissed off at mankind because a talking snake conned a naked woman into eating a piece of fruit and you say we're the fools?
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Bwahahahahahaha yessssssssss!
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6 ups, 2 replies
What makes it even worse is that this woman later admitted to cheating on her combat veteran husband AT numerous conservative/Tea Party gatherings.

(the text was already on this picture, btw)
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9 ups, 2 replies
Atheist Extremist
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3 ups, 1 reply
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3 ups
I once saw a bumper sticker that read "militant agnostic. I don't know and neither do you" :)
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2 ups
F**king awesome!! Wish I could upvote it a thousand times.
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0 ups, 1 reply
I know that this isnt your point, but the one on the left wants to defend her beliefs, while the one on the right, wants to enforce her beliefs...
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If my own experience with fundamentalist Christians is anything to go by, I'd say they both want to enforce their beliefs. One wants to use the law, the other wants to use violence. That's the only difference.
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6 ups, 2 replies
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3 ups, 1 reply
Exactly! :)
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Only a fool wants to ban religion. Fear of Hell is the only thing keeping some of the radical fundamentalist nut jobs from going postal.
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3 ups, 1 reply
All hail Skeletor. Js
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3 ups
Unless you didn't
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3 ups
Wow. Two posts on the front page. Couldn't have done it without you guys. Thanks.
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3 ups, 2 replies
For once, I could not think of a clever joke retaining to the subject.
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3 ups
Try again later.
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2 ups, 1 reply
But you wrote retaining instead of pertaining. That's funny in a different way at least.
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3 ups
I feel you dog.
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2 ups, 2 replies
Churches aren't what they use to be in medieval times. Now they are more like companies who get money out of your beliefs in god (yeah, that's right! no capital g! Whaddaya gonna do about it?)
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2 ups, 1 reply
The ones in first world countries are always relaxing their rules and believes so they appeal to everyone. So you're right. It's about money
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2 ups
Pfft... That doesn't surprise me... I'm right all the time... (JK, I actually make bad decisions all the time :P)
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2 ups
What if I'm not home at midnight?
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That's me! Oh, wait . . .
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3 ups, 1 reply
A/theists and the Internet don't mix... When they do, get the cannons ready for a religious based flame war.
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3 ups, 1 reply
Agreed. Some (but not all) people are defensive about their religious beliefs.
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0 ups
True.
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This is how I feel about one's sexual preference.
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I am what I am, a human being. What others believe or don't believe has no more bearing on me than what their preference is regarding cats or dog, savoury or sweet, sunny or snowy. As long as people respect my human rights, I respect theirs. Just sayin' like.
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2 ups, 1 reply
Do think atheists intrusion into religious people's affairs is more of an everyday problem than the other way around?
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4 ups, 4 replies
[image deleted]Both. I have heard nonbelievers calling religious people holy rollers. I have heard religious people calling nonbelievers pagans or heathens.
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4 ups
That's a cool picture :) it looks like he's standing in a New Orleans cemetery?
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3 ups, 1 reply
Trustory. I have a friend whos the biggest dickbag of an atheist ever. He spends his day trolling the religious and posts nothing but hate memes about religion and claims he does it because "they persecute me".........im like I've literally never seen that happen all the years ive known you man. He's just as bad as holy rollers forcing beliefs/ideology down peoples throats
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Name calling is for kids. I only do it when I'm acting childishly. Public policy is a different matter. That's where religion needs to be set aside completely.
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4 ups, 2 replies
I'm an atheist. When I go to a public HS football game we have to have an "invocation". When do atheists ask Xtians to bow their heads in a publicly funded setting?
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4 ups, 1 reply
You do know the meaning of the word, "ask," right? No one is forcing you to do anything. Quit whining.
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0 ups, 1 reply
Whining? Like when the 10 suggestions are removed from a courthouse and there's a gigantic whine festival from Xtians who want to tell the world how persecuted they are? Or like Kim Davis who cried about being told to do her job?
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2 ups, 2 replies
You're so offended by Christians, you can't even call them Christians, instead you call them xtians and call the ten commandments "suggestions." And you complain we're forcing our religion on you...what a whinebag.

The ten commandments being forced down by deluded atheists who are forcing their ignorance on those with religious preferences...by forcing to have them removed, it is indeed forcing their hatred for anyone religious. You're so offended by some bronze statue that you have to insist it gets taken down.

And you tell is Christians that we're forcing our beliefs on you. What a crock of dookie.

Kim Davis was actually doing her job. She did not have to give licenses to gay couple, due to the fact that what Barack Obama did by decreeing all states must comply with his command, was illegal in of itself. This country is not a dictatorship. Obama is not a king. He refuses to follow the constitution and therefore broke the law.

Gay marriage and other such issues is a state's affair, not federal government affair. Learn something before you comment.
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1 up, 1 reply
5 big paragraphs of WAH!! SCOTUS ruled gay marriage bans unconstitutional. Learn something before you cry your mascara off. And atheists ARE tired of it being considered normal for all the religious interference in our lives. Try to understand that atheists want all religious symbols removed from public owned buildings but we aren't asking for our symbology to replace it.
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2 ups, 4 replies
Symbology? Religions have symbols. So you're saying you're a type of religion?

I don't care what you think was done legally. What Obama did was illegal. I know the constitution. You don't seem to know it all that well.
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5 ups, 2 replies
Just to set a few facts straight. True atheists don't care if you pray in front of them. They don't join in. True atheists don't care if you erect a statue in front of a courthouse outlining some good moral lessons, we ignore the ones pertaining to gods and idols. True atheists do not disparage believers for trying to promote their religions, we know it's in their doctrine to convert and save others. We just politely refuse to listen. True atheists don't protest a morning reflection in schools, we use the time to meditate or plan our day.
All that being said I must correct your assertion that Kim Davis was doing her job. She wasn't. Remember marriage is contract law. The constitution granted the power to be the final arbiter of civil laws such as contract disputes to the Supreme Court. The nine ruled marriage bans based upon sexual orientation unconstitutional. In other words states cannot limit the contract between two consenting adults only because they are of the same sex. As a clerk of the court she had to follow the law. I do agree private individuals cannot be forced to put aside their religious belief to provide products readily available elsewhere to those whose actions are held as blasphemous. Ie: a Christian baker and a gay wedding cake.
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I'll give you that. I know there are atheists mind their own business just as there are some Christians who try to force their religion on others.

Christ tells us we are to go into the world and preach the gospel to those who do not believe. We are not to force it on anyone. Once we preach the gospel it is up to God to take over. But preaching the gospel to others is not forcing.

What I have an issue with, and most other Christians wmhave issue with, is our federal government telling us we are not allowed to pray in public when it is our constitutional right as Americans to be allowed to do so.Telling us we cannot worship freely is an infringement of our constitutional right. ThThat's where I have an issue with it.

And the whole idea that a Christian baker MUST bake a cake for a gay wedding or pay fines or go to jail, is against our constitutional rights. Private businesses are legally allowed to refuse service to anyone that go against our religious values.
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1 up, 2 replies
Street signs have symbols but are not religions. And the SCOTUS is responsible for ruling on the constitutionality of laws. You don't have the capacity for a single rational fact in your head.
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2 ups, 1 reply
You know it's not the symbols I was talking about, but good luck with your atheism. And your intolerance toward anyone who is religious in any way. You and your sad and pathetic ilk are too busy complaining and whining about religion, it's sad.
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Well you called me deluded and a whinebag so I'm not concerned about the little boo boo on your feelings. That's from me and my sad and pathetic ilk. Moron.
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2 ups, 1 reply
I called you deluded. If you think that's name calling, you're an idiot. And as for the whine bag, you are one. You have a deep hatred for any religion and you claim you don't but your actions dictate otherwise. No one is forcing anything on you. You are not being oppressed. You can't ignore it, you are the problem, not me.

And my feelings are far from hurt. Just pointing out your ignorance.
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You are the one who called me out for name calling. After you had called me a name. I guess we can only call each other the names that you condone. Just like an Xtian. Trying to define the moral landscape to justify your bigoted opinions. Sad and pathetic.
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0 ups, 1 reply
I'm not intolerant of religious people. I am VERY resistant to their ideology being applied to my life in any way. And I'm right about the SCOTUS and you know it. That's why you responded to the symbology thing. It's sad really. Seeing you whimper about that fact because you have no defense for your other lame and busted ideas.
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2 ups, 1 reply
I avoided it, because it's the same an the President. The Supreme Court does not have the right to dictate what the states do about sexual preferences and gay marriage. It is a state to state right, not federal.
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You wouldn't be saying that if you supported gay marriage. This is biased.
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0 ups, 1 reply
If a state law bans black people from marrying white people it is an unconstitutional law. It has happened and been ruled on. It is legal because the constitution empowers the Court to do EXACTLY THAT. You jibbering chimp.
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2 ups, 1 reply
Jibbering chimp? And you think I can't have a reasonable debate? Name calling is a sign you're sad and pathetic and can't hold any form of reasonable debates. I'm done with you.

I know many atheists who can actually have a debate without name calling. You're just an ignorant fool. Good day....
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Oh btw. I was having a debate without name calling. With someone else. You're the one who chimed in. And the one who started calling names. Sorry it didn't go the way you wanted it to go. Better luck next time.
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And Xtian is an abbreviation. Like Xmas. CTFD.
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2 ups, 1 reply
So you everybody says the lords prayer or something. Do you live in the Bible belt? I'm not judging but I never knew that.
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0 ups
Yes. Georgia. Not the lord's prayer but some local bible jockey gets the mic and drones on about all the standard tropes. It's pretty outdated.
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2 ups
I don't care about name calling. I care about public policy.
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3 ups, 1 reply
My wife will be upset if I get kissed or asked out by another girl
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Frankly, scammers belong on Roblox..
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I've seen me in a little dead girl before but........
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