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#4 - jaqounte ONLINE (02/09/2012) [-]
So religion is the bunny filling in the pieces. Take that atheists!
User avatar #5 to #4 - nintendolover ONLINE (02/09/2012) [-]
that doesn't make sense
User avatar #6 to #5 - jaqounte ONLINE (02/09/2012) [-]
First of all explain why it does not make sense please, and i am trolling so calm you ***** tits.
#7 to #6 - nintendolover ONLINE (02/09/2012) [-]
can you explain how is DOES make sense?
#8 to #7 - jaqounte ONLINE (02/09/2012) [-]
Why the **** wont you just answer the question?
It makes sense by saying religion is the smart bunny that is right and is not the dumb bunny who since does not have the last piece it cannot explain why god is real, but i am trolling because we all know it is the complete opposite.
User avatar #9 to #8 - nintendolover ONLINE (02/10/2012) [-]
I know that much, that is common sense at its finest

what I mean when I say it doesn't make sense is that it doesn't fit the idea here. Atheists actually have a decent amount of proof to support their theory compared to religious folk. So they wouldn't jump to the conclusion that the picture is a duck.

User avatar #10 to #9 - jaqounte ONLINE (02/10/2012) [-]
Yet you forget the point, IT IS A TROLL
#12 to #10 - thedarkbacon (02/10/2012) [-]
Dude, you're a ******* moron. Nintendolover is telling you that in this content, the bunny filling in the pieces is the atheist. Atheists can say God does not exist, because there is no solid proof. Yet, there is proof that things such as the big bang theory and evolution have happened, which goes the views of the catholic and christian church. Atheists simply only have that one piece of the puzzle missing... which If I am right (though I'm probably wrong) is the fact that Jesus Christ actually existed, and that he was crucified. Though, what cannot be proven is that he came back three days later, neither can anything else religious be proven. Though, on the other end of the argument, Christianity and Catholicism believe in the idea of God because the idea had been passed on through many generations where just like in the game "telephone" the stories and events have changed the more it was told. Those who believe in monotheology only have the big picture on the front of the box, the box being the church. Although I am not an Atheist, and believe in God, or some form of God (although I like the idea of polytheology better) I can say that I also believe in science and hard facts, and that there is no slid proof of this God. The point of this content is that despite the fact that everything points towards the non-existance of God, those who believe still believe, and are unwilling to see what is right in their face, or even consider the possibility of it, for that matter. Thank you for analyzing this content completely ******* wrong and for being a complete moron. I respect your decision to believe in God, but your stupidity makes me want to kill myself. So **** you. As for my other fellow FunnyJunkers...You're welcome for the CORRECT analysis...and I hope you have a good day that isn't filled with more dumbasses. Have fun! FJF!
#202 to #12 - jaqounte ONLINE (02/10/2012) [-]
I do understand that idiot, but i Am saying i did not care if it made a sense (SINCE IT WAS A TROLL) i am atheist i understand that atheists have evidence for theories such as evolution and the big bang. Appreciate a troll for once.
#42 to #12 - anon (02/10/2012) [-]
The Catholic Church acknowledges that the Big Bang Theory and Evolution contradict the MYTH of creation in the Bible. It is meant to be a story to show God being at the beginning of everything. And all this "telephone" game that you refer to is clear ******** . The Catholic Church realized something like this would happen which is why they wrote just about everything. The priest at your church has the documentation to trace his clerical lineage all the way to Jesus. The Big Bang Theory may contradict the myth of creation but it does not go against the "views" of the church. Do yourself a favor and look up the history of the Big Bang Theory so you can see the POSITIVE influence it had in its creation. Before you attack me on the heliocentric thing, that was purely a beef between the pope of that time and Galileo. Do the research.
#16 to #12 - kazuni (02/10/2012) [-]
The first time I saw this I was confused because it looks like the smart bunny had some sort of hope or faith despite what another had decided as "proven".

However, I have to say that there isn't any 'proof' of the Big Bang, and most research has only debunked evolution.

I'm happy to see that you've heard that Jesus existed, but I'd like to mention that his supposed resurrection was recorded by people other than his disciples. It just seems to me that other people would mention that it specifically did not happen.
#38 to #16 - anon (02/10/2012) [-]
You sir, are a moron, i do not require a gif or a picture to describe your moronity ( is moronity is a word? If it's not then so shall it be now) and thus there may not be a gif or a picture to describe your moronity ( do context clues give you enough information to give a description or my made up word? If not then your moronity is much higher than i had had anticipated) so i shall leave you with these aforementioned words. You sir are a gigantic moron ( i do not feel that the aforementioned sentence was precise enough, i think that the most recent sentence is much more definite then the aforementioned one).
User avatar #19 to #16 - thedarkbacon (02/10/2012) [-]
Well, the theory of evolution has pretty much been proven, based on bloodlines and recorded observations of different animals and their descendants. The big bang theory has, while although not proven, had many observations, experiments, and proven chemical reactions that may possible have lead to it, as well as pieces of the earth, different fossils, and other old oddities that can be traced and dated back to about the time that the big bang happened, or soon after considering the time it took for the earth to actually form.
#20 to #19 - kazuni (02/10/2012) [-]
Are you talking about Darwinist evolution, or Punctuated Equilibrium?

I know how the gist of your thinking goes, but unless you bring up facts, I'm not going to change my mind.
User avatar #21 to #20 - thedarkbacon (02/10/2012) [-]
Darwinistic Evolution, But I am not trying to change your mind. I respect your decision to believe in God, I just thought I'd state my side to clear up anything you may have been confused about involving my wording or phrasing...really my first reponse with the "are you ******* kidding me" picture was me just trying to get through to the numbskull who thought it was the other way around...and i took it just a step further. Though, i know you were confused on it, too. but i wasn't trying to insult you or defy you in any way like I did on jaqounte. You at least realized in the end that it wasn't the way you thought (the content, not theology) So I at least respect your intelligence rather than the other guy's "WHAT A TROLL LOLOL FAAG FAKE 'N GAY' **** that he did. You are at least an understanding human being with a great capacity for knowledge as far as I can tell. You understand, yes?
#23 to #21 - kazuni (02/10/2012) [-]
Alright, then. ^_^

I'll not bother you, but if you want to understand more about Christianity at any point you can message me. Also, I have a bunch of evidence against Darwinism in particular, but that's only if you're interested.
User avatar #25 to #23 - thedarkbacon (02/10/2012) [-]
I know as much about the church and God as I need to....I've attended both catholic and christian churches...but thank you for the offer.

#11 to #10 - ballsacknumerodos (02/10/2012) [-]
Yet you forget your downtoenail clippingers points, YOU'RE A SAD EXCUSE FOR A TROLL
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