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#135065 - anon
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(03/26/2016) [-]
Okay, so anything unholy and/or nonreligious is considered secular.
In Judeao-Christianity their God gave them ten commandments for people to follow.
So, when ever a Christian commit adultery, theft, lie/fraud, supplant the highest authority as your own, and murder, its only through secular influence.
Therefore, secularism is most dangerous ideology known to man.
#135069 to #135065 - woozuh ONLINE
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(03/26/2016) [-]
wrong
1. put god in front of everything
2. love your neighbor as yourself
everything else is jew laws
#135088 to #135069 - anon
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(03/26/2016) [-]
Jesus was a jew who fallowed the law. Don't you, Christians, try to imitate Jesus?
#135090 to #135088 - woozuh ONLINE
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(03/26/2016) [-]
jesus was just a hippy jew tbh
christians are retarded because they tell everyone that Christ is God
#135092 to #135090 - anon
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(03/26/2016) [-]
Chill out.
#135057 - firenigger
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(03/26/2016) [-]
How could anyone believe in evolution after realizing this or being asked this question? It literally doesn't make sense that some apes would evolve into humans and others would remain the same millions of years later. I made this realization on my own when I was 13 after my teacher told me there's no dinosaurs because they evolved into birds. It dawned on me that if we evolved from apes there wouldn't still be apes and ever since then I've laughed at people who believe in evolution. I figured out at 13 what most adults can't figure out now.
#135114 to #135057 - theism
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(03/26/2016) [-]
Assuming you're a retard and not a troll. Some apes were born with what's called a mutation. Their parents had something happen to them, typically radiation exposure that altered a bit of DNA. This didn't change the parents but caused the baby to be born different. These differences were beneficial to the baby so they were preserved.
#135071 to #135057 - whoozy
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(03/26/2016) [-]
Humans did not evolve from monkeys; humans and monkeys both evolved from an extinct common ancestor.
en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Common_descent

gg
#135075 to #135071 - firenigger
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(03/26/2016) [-]
So you have to change the theory to answer the question, I find that amusing. Regardless, how do you know this and what was the common ancestor? Why did the common ancestor turn into both monkeys and humans instead of just one or the other? There are so many ridiculous assumptions in your beliefs.
#135076 to #135075 - whoozy
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(03/26/2016) [-]
I didn't change the theory at all. You just never understood it.

If you want to learn more pick up a book. I'm not here to spoonfeed people with "nigger" in their usernames.
#135078 to #135076 - firenigger
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(03/26/2016) [-]
So all the pictures in the textbooks showing the transition from monkeys to humans are wrong? It sounds like this was added to theory later after the question I raised was pointed out. Telling me to read a book is not an argument or evidence in the slightest. You can't answer my questions so you're going to look for any excuse to not respond
#135081 to #135078 - whoozy
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(03/26/2016) [-]
That is correct. The ones you've seen in textbooks are made to illustrate evolution to children. This is a proper chart of human evolution.

Oh picking up a book is the best argument there is. You see it will prevent you from talking about stuff you know nothing about. You should have payed more attention in middle school.
#135085 to #135081 - firenigger
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(03/26/2016) [-]
No, telling someone to pick up a book is not an argument. The book might contain arguments but unless you can present them, you have no argument. You haven't demonstrated that there is any information that refutes my questions. About that middle school remark, my parents opted me out of assignments about evolution in middle school because I didn't want to be lied to. I was given alternate assignments.

That picture isn't proof of anything. Just because things look similar doesn't mean they evolved from eachother.
#135089 to #135085 - whoozy
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(03/26/2016) [-]
Hahaha I guess your parents choice explains it then.

It's never to late to learn. But I'm not your private teacher.

Good luck little buddy
#135091 to #135089 - firenigger
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(03/26/2016) [-]
So you're admitting that you don't have the information to refute my questions? Funny that you claim to know that this information exists but you are unable to provide it. I'm not asking you to be my teacher, I'm asking you to be a competent human being and back up your stupid theory.
#135093 to #135091 - whoozy
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(03/26/2016) [-]
Already did that with the link I provided.

You know, the one you didn't read.
#135094 to #135093 - firenigger
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(03/26/2016) [-]
So the only evidence is that things look similar in the fossil record, there are similarities in the genetic code, and that we can observe change within kinds? None of these things prove evolution.
#135058 to #135057 - ragnarfag
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(03/26/2016) [-]
You know, sometimes I think we should strictly enforce a standard for posting here, a standard so high no one on FJ can achieve
#135059 to #135058 - firenigger
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(03/26/2016) [-]
Ok? I'm genuinely curious how you can still believe in evolution if you're aware of this hole in the theory.
#135060 to #135059 - ragnarfag
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(03/26/2016) [-]
You know, sometimes I wish we could enact such a thing just right now at this very moment and be done with this board forever
#135061 to #135060 - firenigger
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(03/26/2016) [-]
Why are you here then if you can't handle debate?
#135062 to #135061 - ragnarfag
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(03/26/2016) [-]
Oh, yes, that would be great no more you, no more me, no more anyone.
Just eternal silence.
#135063 to #135062 - firenigger
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(03/26/2016) [-]
Do you get butthurt like this every time someone points out a flaw in your beliefs?
#135064 to #135063 - ragnarfag
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(03/26/2016) [-]
Oh, what would I give for just a single second of this silence, but no, such pleasure stay forbidden for there are people such as you and me and rest of this pitiful board
#135066 to #135064 - firenigger
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(03/26/2016) [-]
Ok, so I asked a question about evolution and you respond by talking about how I shouldn't be allowed to post questions because there should be a higher standard for posting comments and then you went on to whine and moan about how you're sick of this board. If you're so confident that your theory holds up despite of the flaw I pointed out, why don't you explain how it could still be true? I guess you prefer to whine about how much you hate my questions.
#135067 to #135066 - ragnarfag
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(03/26/2016) [-]
You know what? Let's end it right here and now, let's just end all of it. You grab a rope, I grab a rope and we just do the thing we always feared doing. Come on, kid, you and me.
#135068 to #135067 - firenigger
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(03/26/2016) [-]
This is ridiculous. I asked a legitimate question and this is how I get treated. You should be ashamed of yourself for thinking you can treat Christians this way just because you think our beliefs are wrong. I think your beliefs are stupid but I would never say the stuff that you're saying. You are clearly irrational and not worth talking to.
#135077 to #135068 - ragnarfag
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(03/26/2016) [-]
Or shut we rather endorse our petty existences and take up your agony and shame and wear it with pride instead of just perishing at your own hands?
But will it be enough?
#135079 to #135077 - firenigger
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(03/26/2016) [-]
Funny that you have to resort to trolling. If your theory is actually true you wouldn't to do this. You're a very sad person. I'm going to pray for you because you really need some help.
#135080 to #135079 - ragnarfag
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(03/26/2016) [-]
Oh, my sweet, sweet summer child, I truly hope you are aware about what you are doing here before you point fingers at us innocents of pure heart
#135082 to #135080 - firenigger
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(03/26/2016) [-]
What do you mean by that? I'm aware that I'm being respectful right now and trying to stay on topic and you are doing the opposite.
#135083 to #135082 - ragnarfag
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(03/26/2016) [-]
Seems like I have mishandled this situation, the problem lies deeper than that.
#135087 to #135083 - firenigger
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(03/26/2016) [-]
The problem lies with you. You intentionally mishandled the situation to avoid the question.
#135051 - alekksandar
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(03/25/2016) [-]
The fuck's with all this Easter stuff? Looks like a bunch of people decided they'll celebrate the resurrection of Jesus early. Can they not wait until May?
#135111 to #135051 - cognosceteipsum
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(03/26/2016) [-]
I celebrate it to celebrate it, not because of religious reasons.
#135052 to #135051 - ragnarfag
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(03/25/2016) [-]
>Eastern Orthodoxy
>relevant or accurate
#135053 to #135052 - alekksandar
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(03/25/2016) [-]
#135054 to #135053 - ragnarfag
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(03/25/2016) [-]
#135055 to #135054 - alekksandar
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(03/25/2016) [-]
#135056 to #135055 - alekksandar
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(03/25/2016) [-]
#135046 - cleverguy
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(03/25/2016) [-]
i asked if islam was a religion of peace and i was responded to with ad hominem, so i think i know what conclusion to come to
#135050 to #135046 - ragnarfag
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(03/25/2016) [-]
So it's a religion of verbal harassment?
#135102 to #135050 - cleverguy
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(03/26/2016) [-]
exactly
#135048 to #135046 - shekelnator
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(03/25/2016) [-]
No old fag takes you seriously moshe.
#135103 to #135048 - cleverguy
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(03/26/2016) [-]
i've been here over 5 years
#135104 to #135103 - shekelnator
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(03/26/2016) [-]
and the majority doesnt like your presence.
#135105 to #135104 - cleverguy
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(03/26/2016) [-]
just you really
#135106 to #135105 - shekelnator
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(03/26/2016) [-]
nice try moshe.
#135107 to #135106 - cleverguy
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(03/26/2016) [-]
i know a guy named moshe

i like how you try to insult me by calling me a stereotypical jewish person name when thats not even an insult, but even if it was thats not my name and your name is actually omar, a stereotypical arab person name
#135108 to #135107 - shekelnator
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(03/26/2016) [-]
wow have been the long time no gassing giving you good memory. get ready to get in the gas chamber
#135109 to #135108 - cleverguy
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(03/26/2016) [-]
religion of peace, omar
#135110 to #135109 - shekelnator
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(03/26/2016) [-]
how ironic
#135038 - anon
Reply 0
(03/25/2016) [-]
Christians actually believe this.
No wonder why Christianity is seen as outdated.
01  Who Wrote the Gospels by Timothy McGrew
#135049 to #135038 - ragnarfag
Reply 0
(03/25/2016) [-]
1. Wow, you need both man and woman to created new life? Woah, I pretty sure nobody was aware of that before the 6th century BC.
2. Doesn't conclude
3. It actual says "he hangs it on nothing"
4. Saying that fish live in the water, birds fly in the sky and mammals and crawlers life on the ground is kinda an obvious observation and does not compare to the taxonomic classification of today
5. "15th century" that observation was made way back in the anitquity
6. The chapter talks about what you can eat, what you shouldn't eat and who to handle dead animals
7. People back then were very well aware about what diseases are
8. Again a common practise and natural instinct
9. "You are not to eat the blood of any creature, because the life of every creature is its blood" No mention of disease in the blood, in fact blood here is seen as positive
10. Ah, that observation isn't very scientific and certain not first made in the 19th century.
11. "sheep and oxen, all of them,also the animals in the wilds" You might want to get that checked
12. "Nebular form" is a screwy way of saying formless and void in fact most creation story use the concept of chaos as an original state of the world
13. I have nothing found on that which doesn't redirect to that image
14. That passage doesn't describe what's written here
15. "when the morning stars sang together," Are you serious?
16. "springs of the sea" does not describe freshwater springs
17. "storehouses for snow" Again are you being serious?`
18. That passage ask the rhetorical question if anyone has ever measured how much dust there is in the world
19. Not really
20. Again rhetorical question about wind, Job is full of those
21. "By what path is light dispersed" Again one of God's rhetorical questions, also no mention of color
22. Although Democrite had that thought way before the 20th century, the passage talks about the invisible qualities not particles
23. Nope
24. At least one thing that coincides with what is actually written in Job, but still the observation of star constellations is age old
25. "rivers flow into the sea", yeah mate like one part of the water cycle.
26. I'm pretty sure Genesis clearly states that all life comes from God
27. Please no more Job
28. Uh, what about for example dogs?

Anyway your chart here Mr. John Clayton is bullshit, that stuff is Islam-tier, please never go that low again
23.
#135041 to #135038 - anon
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(03/25/2016) [-]
Guys, doesn't this infuriate you as well?
#135039 to #135038 - anon
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(03/25/2016) [-]
And why do they keep taking credit.
And why do they keep taking credit.
#135043 to #135039 - shekelnator
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(03/25/2016) [-]
#135040 to #135039 - anon
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(03/25/2016) [-]
This is probably the worst of all.
#135034 - lulsforsandyhook
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(03/25/2016) [-]
it's the same nigga
#135042 to #135034 - anon
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(03/25/2016) [-]
Documentary  Atheists Dont Exist
#135028 - cleverguy
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(03/25/2016) [-]
is islam really a religion of peace?

does anyone have quran passages ~in context~ that show peaceful teachings and/or downright violent teachings?
#135035 to #135028 - shekelnator
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(03/25/2016) [-]
hahaha. nice try moshe
#135036 to #135035 - cleverguy
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(03/25/2016) [-]
"does anyone have quran passages ~in context~ that show peaceful teachings"

put up or shut up, i dont believe in the eugenics teachings of judaism anyway
#135037 to #135036 - shekelnator
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(03/25/2016) [-]
we have been through this kike. go away before u get shoahed
#135044 to #135037 - cleverguy
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(03/25/2016) [-]
been through what?
#135045 to #135044 - shekelnator
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(03/25/2016) [-]
#135030 to #135028 - anon
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(03/25/2016) [-]
Islam is the religion of peace, not because of it, but in despite of it.
#135033 to #135030 - cleverguy
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(03/25/2016) [-]
what?
#135024 - unforgivensoul
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(03/25/2016) [-]
And if the border breaks open many years too soon
And if there is no room upon the country to fill
And if your head explodes from the propaganda too
I'll see you on the burning of the Jew.
#135025 to #135024 - zlane
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(03/25/2016) [-]
There's someone in my head but it's not me.
#135023 - anon
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(03/25/2016) [-]
When, long ago, the gods created Earth
In Jove's fair image Man was shaped at birth.
The beasts for lesser parts were next designed;
Yet were they too remote from humankind.
To fill the gap, and join the rest to Man,
Th'Olympian host conceiv'd a clever plan.
A beast they wrought, in semi-human figure,
Filled it with vice, and called the thing a Nigger.
#135149 to #135023 - theplanetearth
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(03/27/2016) [-]
Lovecraft?
#135152 to #135149 - anon
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(03/27/2016) [-]
yeh
#135021 - anon
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(03/24/2016) [-]
Why do Muslims go around saying God is Greater every time something bad happens, whether they are the cause of the suffering or not? Why is that comforting to Muslims?

So what if God is greater than everything? Why should that be comforting when you're sawing off a head, blowing up buildings or watching your loved ones get massacred or torn to shreds during airstrikes? Why shout it out during gun battles?Shouldn't it be more of a reminder that your God is allowing these terrible things to occur and isn't looking out for you?

Imagine if Christians went around saying that every single time something bad happens. They'd look insane!
#135011 - theism
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(03/24/2016) [-]
In Arabic there is no p sound so typically they'll pronounce p as b. Therefore Islam is a religion of bees.
#135019 to #135011 - cognosceteipsum
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(03/24/2016) [-]
Stingy, aggressive bees
#135018 to #135011 - caette
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(03/24/2016) [-]
Dude that's a lie
#135006 - anon
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(03/24/2016) [-]
why r atheists so stupid and forceful with there beliefs?
#134969 - caette
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(03/24/2016) [-]
what're y'all doin' fo' Easter?
#134999 to #134969 - alekksandar
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(03/24/2016) [-]
still waiting for the real Easter
#135002 to #134999 - caette
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(03/24/2016) [-]
what real easter
#134997 to #134969 - unforgivensoul
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(03/24/2016) [-]
*Passover

Not eating bread
#135001 to #134997 - caette
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(03/24/2016) [-]
isn't Passover like the opposite time of the year
#135003 to #135001 - unforgivensoul
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(03/24/2016) [-]
No Passover always comes close to Easter like Hannukah does with Christmas.
#135004 to #135003 - caette
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(03/24/2016) [-]
well happy easter, give thanks to our wonderful goddess Eostre for bringing new life to this earth.
#135005 to #135004 - unforgivensoul
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(03/24/2016) [-]
*Happy Passover
#135007 to #135005 - caette
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(03/24/2016) [-]
fuck passover
#134987 to #134969 - anon
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(03/24/2016) [-]
ur mum
#134983 to #134969 - cognosceteipsum
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(03/24/2016) [-]
Nothing special
#134975 to #134969 - Sethorein
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(03/24/2016) [-]
Baking the blood of gentile children into my matzah
#134995 to #134975 - shekelnator
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(03/24/2016) [-]
and sell them for shekels
#134978 to #134975 - caette
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(03/24/2016) [-]
wtf?
#134979 to #134978 - Sethorein
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(03/24/2016) [-]
Your ethnocentric judgement of my Jewish heritage is triggering me.
#134980 to #134979 - caette
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(03/24/2016) [-]
fuck ur heritage
#134981 to #134980 - Sethorein
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(03/24/2016) [-]
R00d
#134982 to #134981 - caette
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#134974 to #134969 - thumbfortrump
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(03/24/2016) [-]
praying prayers I don't feel like praying.
#134972 to #134969 - anon
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(03/24/2016) [-]
I'll be at my grandparents with the rest of the family as we do it every Easter
#134973 to #134972 - caette
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(03/24/2016) [-]
say a prayer for me at the dinner table
#134968 - zlane
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(03/24/2016) [-]
bigthink.com/ideafeed/study-suggests-atheists-implicitly-fear-god

atheists know on some level that God exists
#135029 to #134968 - anon
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(03/25/2016) [-]
or maybe we just think it's a form of superstition?
I'm a fan of mythology and I've read a lot of lore from various mythologies. I view all religions as a combination of
a) mythology
b) spiritual guidance
I don't believe there is a god
I don't care if there is a god
I see no reason to believe in your particular god over all of the others that have been worshiped throughout history. (And continue being worshiped.)
The way the article is worded doesn't take into account all polytheistic religions, and operates on the assumption that what the subjects are fearing is God, rather than the significantly more universal tenet of "Don't jinx it."
The paper itself speaks of an instinctual need for the "supernatural", but again, it's operating on the assumption that no other form of belief in the supernatural or superstition could fill the gap. For example, though I am an atheist, I still believe in karma, luck, and jinxing things. Those all count as supernatural because they have no basis in empirical evidence. Atheism does not dictate a total abstinence from belief, just disbelief in deities.
Lastly, I would suggest that the tension observed in the subjects is the result of worry rather than fear. Reading a statement like that would cause one to think about it potentially happening, and then worrying about a hypothetical situation, or remind the subject of actual worries.
In short, there is no proof that the tension observed in the subjects is due to a fear of god, only postulation. (The actual wording of the paper said it only "implied" that.)
sorry for TL;DR
#135031 to #135029 - zlane
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(03/25/2016) [-]
> Reading a statement like that would cause one to think about it potentially happening, and then worrying about a hypothetical situation, or remind the subject of actual worries.

the article mentions that statements with the word God were met with more anxiety than equally offensive statements. ""Nonetheless, as the SC levels also showed that atheists were more affected by God statements than by wish or offensive statements, it may be safe to conclude that atheists were less comfortable with daring God than with daring a more nebulous and impersonal fate or simply contemplating the distressing events." "
#135032 to #135031 - zlane
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(03/25/2016) [-]
equally offensive statements without the word God
#135008 to #134968 - caette
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(03/24/2016) [-]
That's funny because as an atheist I believe the opposite. that theists know on some level there is no god.
#135009 to #135008 - zlane
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(03/24/2016) [-]
and what do you base that on?
#135010 to #135009 - caette
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(03/24/2016) [-]
an instinct for survival, you say you believe in eternal paradise yet you do all you can to stay alive no matter what because deep down you know there's a chance it's all stories.
a desire for earthly goods. jesus says to get rid of everything you own because none of means anything. the suffering now will be kings in heaven. but yet you still like having material possessions
secular morality. people don't need the bible to believe what they want to believe. people who want to hate will use the bible to justify their hate, people who want to love will use the bible to justify their love. You can believe "everything happens for a reason and god works in mysterious ways" when somebody dies but if you have the opportunity to save someone you forget all that and rush to save them.
#135012 to #135010 - zlane
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(03/24/2016) [-]
> you say you believe in eternal paradise yet you do all you can to stay alive no matter what because deep down you know there's a chance it's all stories.

according to the Bible, i don't actually own my physical body. it's a gift from God, and i have no right to destroy it or harm it.

>but yet you still like having material possessions

we have to be prepared to give up everything, but we don't necessarily have to give up everything; doing this is not a necessary condition for entering heaven.

> but if you have the opportunity to save someone you forget all that and rush to save them.

because human life has meaning and value. if God really wanted that person to die, why would He choose to kill that person while i was around to save him/her?
#135013 to #135012 - caette
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(03/24/2016) [-]
nothing you said negated what I said.
I'm also not looking for a debate. just telling you how I see it
#135014 to #135013 - zlane
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(03/24/2016) [-]
i explained why we stay alive

i explained why we don't immediately give up all our possessions

i explained why i would save someone from dying
#135015 to #135014 - caette
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(03/24/2016) [-]
sure
#135016 to #135015 - zlane
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(03/24/2016) [-]
i addressed the content of your arguments. not much else to say
#135017 to #135016 - caette
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(03/24/2016) [-]
told you I'm not debating
#134988 to #134968 - theism
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(03/24/2016) [-]
"Statements that express a desire for people to die painfully scare most people. This is somehow surprising."
#134989 to #134988 - zlane
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(03/24/2016) [-]
the point is, statements with the word God aroused more anxiety than other threatening statements without the word God
#134998 to #134989 - thumbfortrump
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(03/24/2016) [-]
Well that can't be very surprising.

Atheists almost exclusively associate the word with something bad.

Also, if an atheist assumed God was real, it would be a terrifying thought for him, given his background.
#135000 to #134998 - zlane
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(03/24/2016) [-]
why is the concept of God so scary to you guys?
#134976 to #134968 - Sethorein
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(03/24/2016) [-]
It's almost as if God is a social construct used to elicit fear on a subconscious level

Additionally the content of these claims are anxiety inducing regardless of the invocation of God. Did these Finns have a control that said "I dare anyone to kill my family" to see whether the mere act of threatening your family induces anxiety?
#134994 to #134976 - zlane
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(03/24/2016) [-]
tbh i shouldn't have used the word 'know'

the point is, many atheists probably believe in God on a visceral level
but if you guys are actually certain that God is a ridiculous concept, this shouldn't be the case. you're clearly not as certain as you think you are.

being certain of something would remove the associated implicit beliefs.
i'm sure you don't have any implicit belief in santa clause, so most of you really can't say that you view God the same way you view santa, which many atheists do say
#134986 to #134976 - zlane
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(03/24/2016) [-]
> Did these Finns have a control that said "I dare anyone to kill my family" to see whether the mere act of threatening your family induces anxiety?

"Nonetheless, as the SC levels also showed that atheists were more affected by God statements than by wish or offensive statements, it may be safe to conclude that atheists were less comfortable with daring God than with daring a more nebulous and impersonal fate or simply contemplating the distressing events."
#134990 to #134986 - theism
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(03/24/2016) [-]
>Sample size of 13 atheists.
>36 trials is good.
>No example of what constitutes an "offensive statement".

I see no reason to respect this study.
#134991 to #134990 - zlane
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(03/24/2016) [-]
>No example of what constitutes an "offensive statement".

" “It's okay to kick a puppy in the face”"
“I wish my parents were paralyzed”
" the possibility that one's parents might be murdered"
#134992 to #134991 - theism
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(03/24/2016) [-]
These sound no where near as unsettling as the god statements.
#134971 to #134968 - anon
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(03/24/2016) [-]
"All those years of childhood brainwashing tend to take a toll on the adult psyche. You can rationally believe that there is no god, but the "fear of the Almighty" that your parents and society drilled into your head from birth tends to leave a lasting impression."

Can you defend your case?
#134962 - anon
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(03/24/2016) [-]
Well, /religion/?

Ad Hominem:
1) William Dembski argues that modern biology supports the idea that there is an intelligent designer who created life.
(2) Dembski would say that because he’s religious.
Therefore:
(3) Modern biology doesn’t support intelligent design.

www.logicalfallacies.info/relevance/ad-hominem/
#134996 to #134962 - shekelnator
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(03/24/2016) [-]
but i hate this kind of fallacy as it is flawed itself:

let us say there is A and B.
A is an open pedo

A: We should all Punish Pedophiles for their filthy action
B: arent you a Pedophile Mr.A
A: you are being fallacious for using Ad Hom at me.
#134963 to #134962 - ragnarfag
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(03/24/2016) [-]
Yes, that is a correct usage of argumentum ad hominem
#134937 - anon
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(03/23/2016) [-]
What does Mara mean by this

"What advantage did the Athenians gain from putting Socrates to death? Famine and plague came upon them as a judgment for their crime. What advantage did the men of Samos gain from burning Pythagoras? In a moment their land was covered with sand. What advantage did the Jews gain from executing their wise King? It was just after that their kingdom was abolished. God justly avenged these three wise men: The Athenians died of hunger.
The Samians were overwhelmed by the sea. The Jews, ruined and driven from their land, live in complete dispersion. But Socrates did not die for good. He lived on in the teachings of Plato. Pythagoras did not die for good. He lived on in the statue of Hera. Nor did the wise King die for good. He lived on in the teaching which He
had given."
#134977 to #134937 - Sethorein
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(03/24/2016) [-]
Socrates was a political undesirable to the powers that be

Pythagoras was insane

Jesus was both of these things
#134944 to #134937 - ragnarfag
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(03/23/2016) [-]
But Socrates's death was not a crime, Pythagoras wasn't burned alive and Solomon died of natural causes.
#134942 to #134937 - caette
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(03/23/2016) [-]
who cares
#134933 - caette
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(03/23/2016) [-]
daily reminder there's a people that don't worship gaben 24/7
#134919 - whoozy
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(03/23/2016) [-]
Recently I realised something.
I realised that we're all mortal and that we won't be here forever.
One day FJ will shut down and all our deepest most valuable conversations will be lost forever.

This realisation made me terrified. I spent weeks sweating, screaming, crying, desperatly trying to find a solution.
And at last I think I've done it!

Ladies and gentlemen! who am I kidding there are no ladies here Let me present our salvation! With this video series I will preserve our memory forever!

Starting today with our good friend Zlamous (zlane) and all his contributions to humanity.
Heres a link to the clip:

vid.me/qsLn

I know the quality would be quite a bit better if I used youtube, but I can't justify tying your amazing personalities to a single account owned by me. No! You need to be free. Free on the internet... forever!
#135764 to #134919 - anon
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(04/04/2016) [-]
#134948 to #134919 - zlane
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(03/23/2016) [-]
i'm just glad that you're getting this information out there. hopefully some people will be redpilled by this.

honestly it's a very flattering tribute, whoozy.
#134949 to #134948 - whoozy
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(03/23/2016) [-]
Preserving crucial information is my goal. If only one person gets enlightened it is my duty to do so.

No problem, hopefully I'll cover all the regulars in due time
#134947 to #134919 - ragnarfag
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(03/23/2016) [-]
"all our deepest most valuable conversations"
Good one, whoozy
#134964 to #134947 - theism
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(03/24/2016) [-]
Triggered.
#134932 to #134919 - caette
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(03/23/2016) [-]
woah, woah. are you saying women aren't qualified enough to debate religion? you fucking racist pig
#134934 to #134932 - whoozy
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(03/23/2016) [-]
No caette, I'm saying you're not a lady
#134935 to #134934 - caette
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(03/23/2016) [-]
can u think of me as one pls
#134951 to #134935 - anon
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(03/23/2016) [-]
you're sick.
#134952 to #134951 - caette
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(03/23/2016) [-]
no
#134953 to #134952 - anon
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(03/23/2016) [-]
post pics bitch. lets see if u make a good trap
#134955 to #134953 - caette
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(03/23/2016) [-]
on all levels except physical, I am cutie patootie
#134957 to #134955 - anon
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(03/24/2016) [-]
do u look like a lady?
#134958 to #134957 - caette
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(03/24/2016) [-]
not really.
I think I could for the most part but im too tall, my hands feet and neck are too big
#134959 to #134958 - anon
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(03/24/2016) [-]
well what about ur face and more importantly your ass?
#134960 to #134959 - caette
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(03/24/2016) [-]
gay board said they liked my ass so that's one thing I guess
#134965 to #134960 - theism
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(03/24/2016) [-]
Send nudes plz
#134966 to #134965 - caette
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(03/24/2016) [-]
um no. you are religion board, not gay. I don't cross boundaries.
#134967 to #134966 - theism
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#134926 to #134919 - unforgivensoul
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(03/23/2016) [-]
You have somehow erased all the hate I had for you with this one comment. You have officially earned my respect.
#134928 to #134926 - whoozy
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(03/23/2016) [-]
Well that was easy
#134930 to #134928 - unforgivensoul
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(03/23/2016) [-]
I've also had a change in conscious recently, trying to be more positive and such.
#134936 to #134930 - caette
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(03/23/2016) [-]
what about with me
#134938 to #134936 - unforgivensoul
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(03/23/2016) [-]
I never lost any respect for you or hated you in the first place. You're a classic ultra-shitposter. I respect my own kind.
#134939 to #134938 - caette
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(03/23/2016) [-]
I only shit post when im not seriously debating about something though
#134940 to #134939 - unforgivensoul
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(03/23/2016) [-]
Me and you, we are eternal memes. Remember that.
#134941 to #134940 - caette
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(03/23/2016) [-]
#134931 to #134930 - whoozy
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(03/23/2016) [-]
Good on you

Let's see how long it lasts
#134917 - anon
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(03/23/2016) [-]
03  Internal Evidence for the Truth of the Gospels by Timothy McGrew "Christians will defend this."
#134916 - anon
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(03/23/2016) [-]
Christianity creating Monsters

look at this cringe inducing hateful atheist fatass.
#134918 to #134916 - anon
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(03/23/2016) [-]
Judging by the likes of his video, he seems to align with most people views.