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#1714 - applewatcher (05/04/2012) [-]
<--- what i see in the comments
#1572 - kusipaa (05/04/2012) [-]
Better bring your umbrellas.
#1385 - nichsell (05/04/2012) [-]
Can't we all just get along, and not get butthurt over every religious/anti-religious post's?
User avatar #1445 to #1385 - tonyri (05/04/2012) [-]
SCIENCE =/= ATHEISM

Why do I have to say this every time we get one of these atheism posts.
User avatar #1454 to #1445 - nichsell (05/04/2012) [-]
You're right, but this is more of a statement that is about bringing opposing ideas together, in a accepting way. There is nothing up there saying Atheism = Science since Atheism is just a lack of belief in a deity.
User avatar #1402 to #1385 - salts (05/04/2012) [-]
↑ i like this idea...(im a christian)
User avatar #1408 to #1402 - nichsell (05/04/2012) [-]
I like it to and I'm a agnostic-atheist. There is no reason to fight with each other, but to learn and grow from some of our ideas and teachings.

Well that is what I believe. :P
#1416 to #1408 - salts (05/04/2012) [-]
ah yes, i most certainly concur my good sir
#1425 to #1416 - nichsell (05/04/2012) [-]
Glad we are on the same page good sir.
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User avatar #1413 to #1405 - nichsell (05/04/2012) [-]
Yes there are hundreds more, but this covers some of the major beliefs.
#1050 - batassassin (05/04/2012) [-]
look funnyjunk, i don't want to preach to you, i know you don't like that. but base your beliefs off what you honestly and truly believe, not what's easiest. sheesh.
#1057 to #1050 - shellravon (05/04/2012) [-]
Well put.
Well put.
User avatar #1067 to #1050 - pussymonger (05/04/2012) [-]
^thiiiiis
#969 - patriotprideboy (05/04/2012) [-]
**patriotprideboy rolled a random image posted in comment #620 at made me think ** MFW people fight over religion
User avatar #1006 to #969 - himynameismike (05/04/2012) [-]
Fantastic.
#954 - BeaverBalls (05/04/2012) [-]
Atheism: there was nothing, which exploded
Christianity: a magical wizard in the sky made all of this

im a christian and when you think about it none of them really make any sense
User avatar #999 to #954 - whydidyoudothat (05/04/2012) [-]
(not trolling here) i like to side with the people that want to find out, over the people who say that a "magical wizard" did it and leave it to that.
#1344 to #954 - meanmrhyde (05/04/2012) [-]
correction: there was everything, which exploded. the universe was a singularity, then it started expanding.
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#499 to #472 - luipiz (05/03/2012) [-]
Just my belief: We have free will so he doesn't control us and force us to love him (some douches force people cause they're..well.. douches). This free will allows us to actually choose between good an evil, as evil is a test in which if chosen, shows we don't truly appreciate the gift of life. Plus, how did everything evolve and know to survive without some driving force? Just saiyan, thanks and here's a gif.
Just my belief: We have free will so he doesn't control us and force us to love him (some douches force people cause they're..well.. douches). This free will allows us to actually choose between good an evil, as evil is a test in which if chosen, shows we don't truly appreciate the gift of life. Plus, how did everything evolve and know to survive without some driving force? Just saiyan, thanks and here's a gif.
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#721 to #689 - luipiz (05/03/2012) [-]
You're not getting it. Once you get down to the bare basics of everything, it's unexplainable unless you factor in that something designed everything with the intent of us being the dominant species. We're more complex than any other being. That has to mean something when speaking about some creating force.
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#751 to #731 - luipiz (05/03/2012) [-]
I'm not attempting to disprove evolution. Evolution and a God can both exist. It can be thought that a God set this evolution into motion, wanting his creations to adapt to any situation. And have those other mammals created the astounding things we have or shaped the Earth in ways we have, or have such complex social and personal behaviors as we do?
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#805 to #769 - luipiz (05/03/2012) [-]
Ants nor termites have established anything close to all of the things that we have. They have similarities but are almost like small robots, only living to survive, nothing more. We are the only ones who actually aspire. There is evidence, not physical. Just think about how everything evolved into what it is and what point a huge explosion of matter somehow forming into what we are now would have. It just doesn't make sense without a creator. Forget Christianity, Islam, and all that. Forget the rednecks and "better-than-you" religious people and the hypocritical and untrue thing the bible has been changed into. Something had to have designed us and everything else. Everything in the world works like a machine, each helping the other work. The only one outside of that is us because we have free will, the ability to destroy or better this world only if we choose to do so.
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#831 to #815 - luipiz (05/03/2012) [-]
Not ignorance, not everything can be explained. Deal with it. And the evidence is common sense, open yourself to the possibility of a creator, it's not stupid if you actually think about it. Something is not simply made from nothing. And those prey still live and don't go extinct save for some sort of catastrophic event that doesn't pertain to those predators.
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#856 to #841 - luipiz (05/03/2012) [-]
What sense does everything existing without a creator make? Something triggered everything to evolve and for us to be the dominant animal. Also that argument can go for you, "The idea of a God is too incredible, therefor is must be false". And there really is nothing disproving it, evolution only adds a new aspect to it.
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#877 to #868 - luipiz (05/03/2012) [-]
It makes sense though, we evolve to suit changes in the environment, something must have programmed that into us, our bodies didn't spontaneously know to do this due to a large explosion of matter.
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#900 to #887 - luipiz (05/03/2012) [-]
I know about evolution. What I'm saying is We evolve in order to survive better in certain conditions. Why would an organism have a need to evolve if it's surviving perfectly in it's current form. This process could not have resulted from an explosion of matter.
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#934 to #909 - luipiz (05/04/2012) [-]
All of the "Then **** happened" is always going to be unexplainable. It can never make sense unless an outside forced had a hand in that. Something has to kick start it all, nothing just "happens".
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#976 to #940 - luipiz (05/04/2012) [-]
And what conclusions have been reached? The only solid proof anyone give against creationism is evolution and that doesn't disprove a God. Save for the ignorant Christians plugging their ears and going "La-la-la-la-la" A God triggering the world to be created is just as possible and has as much proof as the Big Bang but sadly, years of many Theists being idiots and extremists has overshadowed most from truly considering it.
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#905 to #893 - luipiz (05/03/2012) [-]
Not asking for a science lesson, I already know this
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#946 to #911 - luipiz (05/04/2012) [-]
Well this is a first for me, most only say, "Oh you're a retard who believes in a magic genie in the sky." It gets annoying but whatever. If either of us stops giving a damn I just want to say it's been great actually debating with someone who isn't an ignorant american/christian bashing asshole.
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#925 to #911 - luipiz (05/03/2012) [-]
I simplified it because frankly I'm very ******* lazy, by the way I think this is probably the only reasonable religious argument this site has had.
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#693 to #684 - luipiz (05/03/2012) [-]
As in how is it that we evolve. The only possible way is that we were programmed to do so to keep a species going. Some higher power had to give that to us.
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#1847 to #1818 - luipiz (05/04/2012) [-]
been great debating, thank you and have a good day.
#652 to #499 - luipiz (05/03/2012) [-]
cool, thumbs down cause i like/believe what FJ doesn't or isn't willing to compromise with. bring it nergros
#318 - feltzy (05/03/2012) [-]
<-- mfw people post about religion
User avatar #298 - ScottP (05/03/2012) [-]
That's strange. I'm a Christian, and I've never been forced to get out of bed on Sunday to be sorry for being human. You must've been talking to wannabe Christians...
#352 to #298 - anon (05/03/2012) [-]
Wannabe Christian: goes to church early, reads bible, believes it, is saved.   
   
&quot;real&quot;Christian: Says &quot;I'm a Christian because i believe in god.&quot;   
   
Makes perfect sense.
Wannabe Christian: goes to church early, reads bible, believes it, is saved.

"real"Christian: Says "I'm a Christian because i believe in god."

Makes perfect sense.
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#1554 - zomgbuttsex (05/04/2012) [-]
Here they come...
User avatar #1232 - weeniehutjunior (05/04/2012) [-]
Okay, who would you rather trust. A man/woman (loljk man) who has devoted their entire life to studying science, probably has double your IQ, and a much larger penis. Or some 15 year old girl on facebook who likes a picture of god and says you're going to hell if you don't believe in him. Just saying.
User avatar #1281 to #1232 - xxvinnehxx (05/04/2012) [-]
as a Christian myself, I hate it when other Christians post stuff like that, because it doesnt work like that, and its annoying as heck.

#484 - repugnantpug (05/03/2012) [-]
i'm just gonna be that guy and leave this here...
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#418 - lmplying (05/03/2012) [-]
>Comment section
#391 - mystogan (05/03/2012) [-]
MFW im probley not the only one who noticed this face..
User avatar #441 to #439 - mystogan (05/03/2012) [-]
Mufasa or Simba.
#448 to #441 - anog (05/03/2012) [-]
I had to put a Hitler mustache because 			****		 you.
I had to put a Hitler mustache because **** you.
#375 - reespawn (05/03/2012) [-]
sigh another religion post
#126 - deathbylock (05/03/2012) [-]
Not trying to start anything here, just have a legitimate question.

What happens if an infant dies. Does he go to Heaven, or Hell?
He never had a chance to even comprehend the meaning of Religion, so what happens?

Another scenario: there's an extremely Religious man, goes to Church and all that, but he has committed acts of fraud and theft to obtain unearned money, and some other bad things. Versus, a man who isn't the slightest bit Religious, but shares his wealth with those less fortunate, never wronged anyone, never lies, always looked out for others and is 100% genuinely good. Would the non religious man go to hell, and would the religious man go to Heaven?

Just a question, please keep your responses civil.
User avatar #130 to #126 - carnagejc (05/03/2012) [-]
If I remember correctly from religious studies a couple years back, in Christianity a child is "innocent" until the age of 7. Any time before 7 no matter what they do they will not be judged and get a ticket to heaven.
#131 to #126 - anon (05/03/2012) [-]
Babies go to limbo and the bible says that if you're not christian you go to hell.
#136 to #126 - darman (05/03/2012) [-]
The first is reincarnated as a forest animal to learn about what his actions did to others.   
The second is reincarnated as a giant dinosaur to further test his willpower to see if he is The One
The first is reincarnated as a forest animal to learn about what his actions did to others.
The second is reincarnated as a giant dinosaur to further test his willpower to see if he is The One
#140 to #126 - anon (05/03/2012) [-]
I have no idea for the infant one, heaven I think.

But for the other one, I think it would be the non relgious one. God can't be mad at them for not believing a big man in the sky created everything (I do, just saying though)
#143 to #126 - masseffectrules (05/03/2012) [-]
as a fellow Atheist I hate these questions they are easy to answer and cliche questions to ask to provoke thinking. Answer for infant death: Purgatory if Catholic of Heaven if Protestant Baptist say Hell. Scenario 2: The religious man didn't belie what he said he did if he did those things so he goes to hell and the good man does as well. Stupid? yes. But those are the answers you get and if they want to accept that fine.
#148 to #126 - srapture (05/03/2012) [-]
I was just thinking something about heaven... If heaven is supposed to be pretty much perfect for everyone, what happens if you love someone who hates you and you both go up there. You'll want to be with them but if you are it won't be perfect for them. You could get some kind of exact duplicate heaven clone but in the end anything but the real person wouldn't be perfect for you. Just something i was pondering while i should be doing homework...
I was just thinking something about heaven... If heaven is supposed to be pretty much perfect for everyone, what happens if you love someone who hates you and you both go up there. You'll want to be with them but if you are it won't be perfect for them. You could get some kind of exact duplicate heaven clone but in the end anything but the real person wouldn't be perfect for you. Just something i was pondering while i should be doing homework...
#172 to #148 - roflboss (05/03/2012) [-]
I heard that heaven is so completely awesome that you wouldnt even care about anyone from earth. Another scenario like that is what if a father of 3 goes to heaven but his wife and children all go to hell. would he be happy? its hard to think about this but apparantly heaven is just so amazing that you wouldnt worry about them.
#208 to #172 - whofortytwo (05/03/2012) [-]
"For when they shall rise from the dead, they neither marry, nor are given in marriage; but are as the angels which are in heaven." Mark 12:25

I'm just going to leave that there. Think what you will.
#188 to #172 - srapture (05/03/2012) [-]
Sounds like anyone who thought that way should be transferred to hell. "Yeah, my kids are burning in hell but **** them, i couldn't give two ***** 'cause there's a kick-ass chocolate fountain and endless marshmallows up here!"
#205 to #188 - roflboss (05/03/2012) [-]
There's probably more up there than a chocolate fountain..haha. But i was also taught that the role of a father is to make sure that his family gets into heaven. Unless he tried as hard as he could he shouldnt be in heaven. So maybe this scenario wouldnt take place at all.
User avatar #214 to #205 - srapture (05/03/2012) [-]
Atheism is so much simpler. Try not to die because then you'll be dead and that's bad.
#228 to #214 - roflboss (05/03/2012) [-]
True, but what if christians are right? You certainly wont be damned to hell, but youre much better off believing in God. My advice: be a good person, you shouldnt have a problem:)
User avatar #1131 to #228 - srapture (05/04/2012) [-]
Well you can probably imagine that hell doesn't appear much of a problem when you don't believe in it's existence :P
#1875 to #1131 - roflboss (05/08/2012) [-]
I was just saying on the off chance that it does....you definitely dont wanna be there
User avatar #154 to #126 - ChIkEnRuLe (05/03/2012) [-]
Christian here and this is my oponion ok so th question 1. I will let god decide however the child not being able to actually have the opportunity to live and have experiences i feel will get to heaven. Second question 2. The non religious man will get to heaven again i will let god decide but in my view no matter how religious or non religious a person is if they have a good heart and good intention then i think they will get to heaven also the fraud man is a hypocrite...? so yeah... this is my opinion :)
User avatar #244 to #154 - sorrowofdaedalus (05/03/2012) [-]
Well, you clearly aren't christian. One of the doctrines of the church is that you believe whatever they say, and if you don't, you aren't christian. The rule is "If you don't believe in God, you won't be saved." Yes, it sucks, no there is nothing you can do about it, that is the faith. No, I can't tell you what your faith is, and I can tell you what it isn't. It isn't christianity if you believe otherwise, seeing as that is the word of the Magisterium.
User avatar #388 to #244 - ChIkEnRuLe (05/03/2012) [-]
I am christian.Dictonary definition "of, pertaining to, believing in, or belonging to the religion based on the teachings of Jesus Christ" Jesus taught a gospel of life and rightoueness no matter who the case was. The good samaritan ok was an "enemy" of the jewish people but helped a jewish man whilst "men" of god walked by. Sorry but i am christian and those are my views. People are disillusioned with what christain means. Christian means follower of Jesus Christ now i am not here to shove down throats or whatever but... i just want to tell you that i am christian.
User avatar #514 to #388 - sorrowofdaedalus (05/03/2012) [-]
And I want to tell you that the teachings of Jesus Christ included following what his church says. Since you do not do that, you may believe in Jesus, but you can not rightly call yourself christian. I don't mean to be insulting, but I am telling you that you are not a christian if you don't follow the church's dogma.
User avatar #1792 to #514 - ChIkEnRuLe (05/04/2012) [-]
Think about how many different churches there are? Which one am i suppose to follow eh? You see what i am saying...But yeah you're right there but i mean which church is his church?
User avatar #1799 to #1792 - sorrowofdaedalus (05/04/2012) [-]
The Holy Roman Catholic Church, also known as the True Church of Jesus Christ. That is the one the pope heads. I see what you are saying, but what I am saying is that people who make denominations are really just saying "I don't like that, so I'll change it." Which goes against a core doctrine of Jesus' teachings, but it is one that no one particularly likes.
User avatar #1851 to #1799 - ChIkEnRuLe (05/04/2012) [-]
Thats a matter of opinion they believe they are correct yet... their pope lives in riches...? what was it Jesus said "go and give all to the poor and then follow me" The roman catholic church is actually a denomination as well...? :L Indeed hence why the Catholic Church is pretty wrong if you ask me but i am not here to argue so i am going to say farewell.
User avatar #1858 to #1851 - sorrowofdaedalus (05/05/2012) [-]
Goodbye, I'm not interested in an argument. Besides that, yes, yes it is the correct christian church because it is the one that historically jesus started. Doesn't matter to me though, I'm a Hellenic Polytheist and think every denomination of church is wrong.
User avatar #1864 to #1858 - ChIkEnRuLe (05/05/2012) [-]
Me niether. Have a good day sir.
User avatar #176 to #126 - mikejj (05/03/2012) [-]
I'm not a Biblical scholar, but I would assume the baby would go to Heaven.

Is the religious man truly sorry for his sins? Depends on how bad the other things are. God will judge him for what he's done. If he has accepted Jesus Christ as his savior, he at least has a chance. It would just be up to God to judge him.

Yes I believe the non-religious man would go to Hell.

The Bible gives physical descriptions of Hell, but I take them more figuratively. It's a place where there is no God. We can't even begin to comprehend what it's like, because our senses are all based off our lives as humans, but it doesn't sound fun.

Just my Christian perspective. Some one with more knowledge of the Bible could prove me wrong though.
#553 to #126 - anon (05/03/2012) [-]
It's way too late where I am to think about this type of stuff, so here's Itachi smiling ^/_\^
#144 to #126 - shrike (05/03/2012) [-]
No idea about infants, but to your other question. Christians don't believe good people go to heaven, they believe that if you believe in Jesus as the son of God you go to Heaven.    
   
And to answer an future questions replying to this, it is more complicated then just that and I don't really know.
No idea about infants, but to your other question. Christians don't believe good people go to heaven, they believe that if you believe in Jesus as the son of God you go to Heaven.

And to answer an future questions replying to this, it is more complicated then just that and I don't really know.
#210 to #144 - roflboss (05/03/2012) [-]
Maybe some christians beleive that but not me. Basically if you live a christ-like life you will go to heaven.
User avatar #281 to #210 - shrike (05/03/2012) [-]
That's what people used to believe, but some guy whose name i don't remember back in the 1600's looked at the bible and said that's not how it is. England hated him and Catholicism was challenged and **** went down, and the pilgrims went to America to escape religious persecution because that's what they believed instead of the Catholics and like 500 years later no one likes the USA.
#288 to #281 - roflboss (05/03/2012) [-]
I couldnt really follow that. haha. Are you saying Catholics do or do not believe that a christ-like person will go to heaven?
User avatar #306 to #288 - shrike (05/03/2012) [-]
I'm not entirely sure, but it used to be believed that people who attended church and read their bible and prayed like every day went to Heaven. Which the Catholics happened to do. My history and religious knowledge are not entirely accurate btw.
User avatar #150 to #126 - ThaJewBoy (05/03/2012) [-]
Depending on the 'God' and if the religion man "repented" his sins. Which I find ****** ridiculous and retarded as **** . The Nonreligious man on the other hand, no answer to that, Id like to believe that he does, If there is a heaven and hell. But Im a believer in Science and ManKind do the right from the wrong. I have yet to do anything bad besides cuss like a sailor in my life and tell petite lies. But Since I do no believe I am instantly condemned to hell. But in the end God loves me!...Religion in my point of view, is a bunch of ******** to keep people to look forward to something when death happens besides black dark nothingness. But people can believe what they wish, I dont care as long as they dont shove it down my throat.
#153 to #126 - roflboss (05/03/2012) [-]
Im Catholic, I go to a Catholic school. The baby will go to heaven because it has never committed a sin. The religious man would not go to heaven unless he went to confession or was truly sorry for his sin. The non-religious man would also go to heaven since he was a good man. Anyone of any religion can go to heaven, because they werent given a chance to accept jesus. If a christian turns away he will go to hell. I hope this helped.
User avatar #197 to #153 - fawksandfriends (05/03/2012) [-]
Roman Catholic here. I was under the impression that the baby was born with Original Sin, the Adam and Eve thing that's washed away with baptism, so the baby's soul goes to purgatory, is cleansed, then goes to heaven. I might be wrong though.
#231 to #197 - roflboss (05/03/2012) [-]
Your probably right. Im just saying they definitely arent going to hell.
User avatar #162 to #126 - sorrowofdaedalus (05/03/2012) [-]
I'm a Hellenic Polytheist, but I went to a christian highschool. I asked these two exact questions, among others, L.

1) It is said in the bible(I can't remember the exact verse) that those who never hear of Christianity go to heaven, because they can not sin if they do not even know what sin is. This would include infants, seeing as they fall in to the category of those who can't sin because they do not know what it is.

2) The religious man would go to heaven provided that he was cleansed of his sins in church, while the non-religious man would go to Hell. Faith is one of the required virtues to enter heaven, if there is no faith, then the good does not matter ,because it is not in the name of the Lord that it is done. I know it is hypocritical, but that is the truth; redemption is seen as a gift, and if a good person rejects that gift, they won't be saved, no matter how nice they are.

Lastly, might I suggest Hellenic Polytheism if you are looking for a faith to follow? It is a much more sensible religion that catholicism/christianity, and holds roots in arguably the first truly great civilization.
#222 to #162 - deathbylock (05/03/2012) [-]
At the moment I'm not really focusing on finding a Religion, but understanding it. I was raised Christian, but stopped believing in it. A lot of it seems like blind faith or just faith out of fear, like they don't know why they're following Christ. For example, someone would say "Even if he isn't real, at least I'm covered both ways". That to me seems silly, like their reason for being Christian is just death insurance. So right now I'm just trying to understand our existence from both a Religious and Science/Physics based view so I can come to a conclusion. Hellenic Polytheism sounds interesting though, I'll have to read up on that sometime.
User avatar #235 to #222 - sorrowofdaedalus (05/03/2012) [-]
You definitely should. Its religious fables actually tell historical accounts that predict/imply many common day scientific theories such as the big bang and evolution. Besides that, there is more than one god, meaning that you can piss one off doing something, and make another happy by doing it. It is a much more balanced system. Besides that, in Hellenic Polytheism, if you are a good person, then you'll go to a good place regardless of faith. You get treated even better if you are faithful, but without faith is still a pretty amazing way to spend the afterlife.
User avatar #1553 to #1548 - Sethorein ONLINE (05/04/2012) [-]
and you guys think this book teaches us nothing useful :3
User avatar #1556 to #1553 - bulldozah (05/04/2012) [-]
"19 Yet she became more and more promiscuous as she recalled the days of her youth, when she was a prostitute in Egypt. 20 There she lusted after her lovers, whose genitals were like those of donkeys and whose emission was like that of horses."

(Ezekiel 23: 19-20)

It also has its fair share of lulz :P
#1567 to #1556 - bleackwolf (05/04/2012) [-]
hahahahaha
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#1 - sammyjankiis (05/03/2012) [-]
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#10 to #1 - Weiner (05/03/2012) [-]
eh, not quite.

Chuck Norris is actually a devout Christian, even going as far as promoting Bible Study and prayer in Public schools in commercials.

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User avatar #15 to #10 - windson (05/03/2012) [-]
if he does that, then it means it's good to the society.
#631 - edreva (05/03/2012) [-]
MFW entering the XXI century there's still people that believes that such thing as god exists... and that all comes from america, in Europe we know distingish history and and ghosts. Fukken fanatics living a lie.
#760 to #631 - anon (05/03/2012) [-]
It's arrogant, intolerant, self-important assholes like you that make the rest of us look bad. Believing in God doesn't mean that someone is stupid, nor does not believing in God mean that you're smart.
#793 to #760 - edreva (05/03/2012) [-]
Exactly in wich part am I "arrogant, intolerant, self-important asshole"?

So it's like when your maths teachers tells you how magnets work and you call him "arrogant, intolerant, self-important asshole" for not believing that gods make them atract or repeal. Religions are just retarded and you are either a thumbwhore or a coward incappable of defending his beliefs...
#671 to #631 - Wumbologist (05/03/2012) [-]
There's respectful atheism (me) and then there's douchebaggy self-importance (you).
#678 to #671 - edreva (05/03/2012) [-]
Coward.
User avatar #690 to #678 - Wumbologist (05/03/2012) [-]
>calls religious fanatics, blind adherents to an improvable faith, idiots
>calls a man who believes the same thing that he does that's equally improvable a coward
>okay
User avatar #715 to #690 - edreva (05/03/2012) [-]
I mean you are a coward for not defending your believes, you scumbag.
#723 to #715 - Wumbologist (05/03/2012) [-]
A) *beliefs
B) It's fine to defend your opinion, but do you know what's even better? Mutual respect and tolerance. You are no different from a crazed evangelical if you consider anyone who doesn't share your lack of religious beliefs a dumbass.
C) Refer to the picture
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