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#1561 - smokerocks (05/04/2012) [+] (6 replies)
User avatar #1577 to #1561 - Sethorein (05/04/2012) [-]
but there's one little problem. Religion isn't as useless as a teapot. It wouldn't just float aimlessly. I know that this specifically refers to god being as useless as a teapot and for all we know he is... but the institution of religion, well it has a purpose.

Religion was a useful tool to try to indoctrinate an absolute morality into the masses. Whether or not divinely inspired, it tried to make the ideas of refraining from thievery, murder and all those other lovely "sins" a common thing. Without it, perhaps we'd still be working on developing our own moral systems today. We just don't know.

Meh... my 2 cents...
#1388 - anonymous (05/04/2012) [-]
#1173 - aquosman (05/04/2012) [-]
I seriously don't give a single 						****					 on whether people are Religious or not, its not my choice it's theirs...from an Episcopalian.
I seriously don't give a single **** on whether people are Religious or not, its not my choice it's theirs...from an Episcopalian.
#1119 - swedishassassin (05/04/2012) [+] (14 replies)
Dude, mind your own business. How many religious people post about atheists on this site? Few to none; in fact, I bet most atheists on this site couldn't stand the criticism we get.
User avatar #503 - thatawesomekid ONLINE (05/03/2012) [+] (2 replies)
Atheism: Everything came from nothing. Simple as that.
User avatar #519 to #503 - ericzxvc (05/03/2012) [-]
Christianity: Everything came from an almighty being who can do anything, but has never influenced any matter or shown any proof of himself whatsoever.

Oh and he also came from nothing.

Christian logic
#8 - shaggyhaze (05/03/2012) [+] (6 replies)
mfw christians tries to force their religion onto me
mfw christians tries to force their religion onto me
#23 to #8 - totallywhiteguy (05/03/2012) [-]
i get a lot more atheists trying to force their beliefs on me than i do christians. Also, the christians are at least trying to help you, while the atheists are just trying to make themselves feel superior
#1270 - xxvinnehxx (05/04/2012) [+] (9 replies)
even if dont believe in God, or believe all Christians are pansies, its clear that many Christians were incredibly badass.
St. Bartholomew
St. Ignatius of Loyola
St. Sebastian
Mother Theresa
and many others
Pic VERY related

User avatar #1186 - blakjack (05/04/2012) [-]
#1157 - LewdFlapjack (05/04/2012) [+] (3 replies)
What i don't get is that Christians are always seen as intolerant assholes, but I've known far more Christians in my life than atheists, but i know more atheists willing to personally attack you based on what you believe. Some Atheists i know say people are weak for relying on religion to give life meaning, but if your only goal is to take away something that gives them meaning, you're a sadist. Why would you want to take away something they rely on to get through life? I relied heavily on Christianity in the hardest time of my life and it got me through. Now I'm older and wiser and i don;t need religion anymore, but why in the flying **** would you feel so insignificant that you need to take away people's reasons for their significance.

I'm agnostic, and from my experience, I am far more likely to be personally attacked for my beliefs by an atheist than a religious person. Grow up, people.

<--pic related, every single religion vs atheist debate ive ever seen or been a part of
#1104 - anonymous (05/04/2012) [-]
Meow.
#1058 - anonymous (05/04/2012) [+] (4 replies)
Oh shut up. Seriously, stop acting so smug. IT TAKES NO TALENT, BRAINS, OR ANYTHING OF VALUE TO BE AN ATHEISTS. WHY ARE YOU SO PROUD OF SOMETHING SO INCONSEQUENTIAL?
#692 - zhooker (05/03/2012) [+] (7 replies)
Either way you look at it, you end up at this:
Who/what created God?
or
Where did the particles that caused the big bang come from?

I just think it more logical to believe that an intelligent being created everything. Whether or not you listen to the things that being wants you to do is up to you. Let's be honest, does it make more sense that just by "chance" or "accident" that some eternally existent particles created life, or that an eternally living, intelligent being created everything?
#720 to #692 - anonymous (05/03/2012) [-]
Honestly, the big bang does. I would like to point out there were many signs that God existed in the old days, but this is based on the bible. I would actually believe in religion if there were more signs today.
User avatar #661 - edreva (05/03/2012) [+] (21 replies)
The problem is that christians are so retrogade that they think that we are so special in the universe. All these people should have gone to school to learn that we are nothing else than living matter. God is a product of our minds and the CREATOR of the life was the bacteria that was born pure randomly from elements like hydrogen, carbono, etc. You may life scared all your life but don't **** with me, ******* christ **** .
#698 to #661 - SgtObvious (05/03/2012) [-]
How about you go **** yourself, you intolerant piece of **** . People are allowed to have their own opinions without having douchebags like you criticize them.
#483 - anonymous (05/03/2012) [+] (3 replies)
Let's imagine a world without religion, or the thought of a God.
If I came up to you and said there is an invisible man in the sky who grants prayers etc, you would think I was fricking insane! You'd send me to an asylum. This god **** is only accepted because so many people believe in this **** .
#493 to #483 - anonymous (05/03/2012) [-]
It would also be 1000 years more advanced.
User avatar #156 - shamefulhumor (05/03/2012) [-]
I have no problem with peoples individual delusions. In fact many of them have said if they where not religious they would kill and rape as they please, by all means these lunatics should remain in their pews.

I feel the last iota of semi-logical apologetic arguments is one of the most pervasive. The thought that if I can't disprove god, then he must be true. That the lack of some finite evidence of absence allows them to carry on with unquestioning belief in a deity that began following yiddish nomads in their conquest of other tribal people, is now a force of universal good and morality.

I assert to you that any being who is all powerful and all knowing,
That allows the people that he has put on earth to not believe in him, inadvertently subjecting to infinite torture and suffering, despite knowing they where not brought up to believe in him and will die that way. Is malevolent.
If the reverse is true and he is willing but not able to help these people, I question his infallibility, and wide spread deminion.
Why call such a thing God?
#118 - freemanareso (05/03/2012) [+] (2 replies)
Nothing to do here.
Nothing to do here.
#111 - blockheadboy (05/03/2012) [+] (21 replies)
atheism is just ingorant. Being agnostic is where its at
+3
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#7 - newmainman (05/03/2012) [+] (1 reply)
MFW religious people tell me i'm going to hell.
MFW religious people tell me i'm going to hell.

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