To get things straight.. I don't care how many red thumbs this gets, it needed to be said. I don't care if atheists like myself have been attacking religion lat
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To get things straight.

To get things straight.. I don't care how many red thumbs this gets, it needed to be said. I don't care if atheists like myself have been attacking religion lat

I don't care how many red thumbs this gets, it needed to be said. I don't care if atheists like myself have been attacking religion lately on this site, religious people need a good slap. All we're trying to do is open your minds.
www.youtube.com/watch?v=r6w2M50_Xdk

I respect your' right to HAVE them.
I respect your' right to PEACEFULLY EXPRESS them.
I respect TOU long w you respect ME.
I do NOT respect your' "right" to tell me I om on person,
I do NOT respect your" "right" to tell me I om going to
I do not respect
Loo not respect BRAINWASHING
I do not respect CULTS
I do not respect HATRED, EIGHTH, SEXIN OR TYRANNO
I do not respect your RELIGION. And I don' t have to.
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#826 - aleggedpuppy (05/26/2012) [-]
I have nothing against anyone and have done nothing wrong to anyone...   
Why do people hate me just for believing in something?
I have nothing against anyone and have done nothing wrong to anyone...
Why do people hate me just for believing in something?
#832 to #826 - pyrothermal ONLINE (05/26/2012) [-]
I don't hate you for believing in something. I hate the hatred that people blame on their beliefs.
#837 to #826 - balafas (05/26/2012) [-]
I know that feel...
User avatar #844 to #826 - neutralgray (05/26/2012) [-]
You're not the only one who's felt it, friend.
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User avatar #770 - nyxie (05/26/2012) [-]
"religious people need a good slap. All we're trying to do is open your minds."
******* hypocrite
#665 - TheBagelMonster (05/26/2012) [-]
I think there's a difference between "Trying to open our minds" and "Telling us our belief are stupid and we need to get slapped for believing in what we want"
#781 - anon (05/26/2012) [-]
you know, I have a question for you guys funnyjunk, and religiously, I'm fairly neutral. but why do atheists get upset when they see that a soldier's grave is a cross, and even demand to have it removed? If it's an insult to them just because they see the cross, is it not an insult that a person can't be buried under a symbol of their religion?
pic unrelated.
#785 to #781 - anon (05/26/2012) [-]
I've never heard of such an occurrence, please specify.
User avatar #791 to #781 - trollgasm (05/26/2012) [-]
Some have actually gotten a Jewish star on their graves before.
#1039 to #791 - anon (05/26/2012) [-]
I know, and I'm totally cool with that. jews can get the star, christians get the cross, muslims can get their crescent thingy, and atheists can get whatever they want, haha
User avatar #1045 to #1039 - trollgasm (05/27/2012) [-]
A stone with sword in it
#798 to #781 - anon (05/26/2012) [-]
every group has a couple of assholes that make the whole group look bad.
#597 - philliyoMLB (05/26/2012) [-]
Same goes for atheism, now will everyone shut the 			****		 up?
Same goes for atheism, now will everyone shut the **** up?
User avatar #613 to #597 - theist (05/26/2012) [-]
epic gif
User avatar #577 - colossusshadow (05/26/2012) [-]
"I respect your right to peacefully express your beliefs."
And yet you say religious people deserve a slap in the face for being religious?

Take all of the ******* cocks in your mouth out, and try the **** again you stupid cunt.
User avatar #580 to #577 - colossusshadow (05/26/2012) [-]
"Open your minds."

Yeah, because Atheists are SO OPEN MINDED they their OPEN MIND can't accept that some people should be permitted to ******* BELIEVE IN WHAT THEY WANT.




Tell me, why is it wrong for me to be a Buddhist?
User avatar #595 to #580 - cullenatorguy (05/26/2012) [-]
People should be permitted to believe what they want to believe, I just dislike most of those beliefs. Why you ask? Well I'm no expert on Buddhism, but if it in anyway keeps people from accepting scientific evidence and slows scientific progress, or keeps people from appreciating the life they have been given and the universe they live in, then I see it as bad.
User avatar #604 to #595 - colossusshadow (05/26/2012) [-]
This is a prime example of a moronic Atheist.

When I was in high school, we had two amazing scientist teachers, one taught chemistry, the other Bilogy.
They were both incredibly amazing in their fields and knew so much about science, evolution and the like.

Oh and they were also incredibly devout Christians, church every Sunday and running multiple religious related groups, including helping out the local "Youth group" and participating and I believe running a weekly Bible Study.


But you know, apparently all religious people reject science.
User avatar #622 to #604 - cullenatorguy (05/26/2012) [-]
ummm no. Where did I say that.
User avatar #625 to #622 - colossusshadow (05/26/2012) [-]
You're heavily implying religion forbids scientific advancement when it doesn't.
User avatar #642 to #625 - cullenatorguy (05/26/2012) [-]
I'm implying that some religions do, although I see religious people who accept science, even though it goes against whatever holy book they have, as traitors of their beliefs.
#629 to #595 - anon (05/26/2012) [-]
I'd say buddhism is on good terms with science. Now, there are a lot of different "kinds" of buddhism. But Tenzin Gyatso, or the current Dalai Lama as you might know him, has said the following about science:

"If science proves some belief of Buddhism wrong, then Buddhism will have to change. In my view, science and Buddhism share a search for the truth and for understanding reality. By learning from science about aspects of reality where its understanding may be more advanced, I believe that Buddhism enriches its own worldview."

I myself am a part of the Rinzai sect of buddhism.
#584 to #580 - mrgoodbunny (05/26/2012) [-]
I don't like most religions.
Cept buddism, buddism is cool.
Nothing in this world is black and white, i'll say that.
#598 to #584 - notsofunnycomedy (05/26/2012) [-]
if nothing is black and white, what is Obama
atheist 0
religion 0

it's a tie
User avatar #590 to #584 - colossusshadow (05/26/2012) [-]
It's not really about whether or not someone does or doesn't like religion.
It's how you act about it, and OP is a total faggot prick.
It's not hard to say "I don't like religion" and move on with one's god damned life.
User avatar #592 to #590 - mrgoodbunny (05/26/2012) [-]
yep.
#823 - oodlesandoodles (05/26/2012) [-]
I respect your right to shut the 			****		 up with all these goddamn atheism post! For crying out loud people, really?
I respect your right to shut the **** up with all these goddamn atheism post! For crying out loud people, really?
#816 - auscol (05/26/2012) [-]
I'm absolutely neutral when it comes to religion. I don't practice one, I don't hold any beliefs, but I'm not a decided atheist. I just have to say though, the atheists are much more supercilious douche-bags than the Christians. While, yes, the Christians can most certainly be douche-bags too, if a Christian expresses his or her beliefs an atheist always has to jump in there and do everything they can possibly do to try and prove that person wrong. I just think it's hilarious how much of a hypocrite everybody is.
I'm absolutely neutral when it comes to religion. I don't practice one, I don't hold any beliefs, but I'm not a decided atheist. I just have to say though, the atheists are much more supercilious douche-bags than the Christians. While, yes, the Christians can most certainly be douche-bags too, if a Christian expresses his or her beliefs an atheist always has to jump in there and do everything they can possibly do to try and prove that person wrong. I just think it's hilarious how much of a hypocrite everybody is.
User avatar #768 - obbichan (05/26/2012) [-]
"I don't care if atheists like myself have been attacking religion lately on this site, religious people need a good slap."

This is why I identify as non-religious and not Atheist, because of people like you, you dick. Atheists have NO RIGHT to be assholes (and "attack" people like you described) about their beliefs (or lack thereof), even when some religious people are assholes to Atheism. Get over it, move on, don't be part of the problem.
I DO respect everyone's religious beliefs, even though I myself have none.

> I do not respect HATRED, BIGOTRY, SEXISM, OR TYRANNY
Then I guess you must thumb down most of the content on this site considering all the bigot and sexist filled humor on it, right? Because it makes up a very large portion of **** that makes the front page.

Ugh, rattles me right up.
#660 - dreadedfate (05/26/2012) [-]
MFW I read "Tyranny" as "Tranny"
MFW I read "Tyranny" as "Tranny"
#34 - iAmAWizard (05/25/2012) [-]
>Be christian by choice
>Constantly told by FJ I'm a brainwashed cultist
>Mfw
#725 to #34 - Zaxplab (05/26/2012) [-]
MFW people tell me that my religion is wrong
User avatar #831 to #34 - TheTurnbull (05/26/2012) [-]
I love it when I listen to all my friends beliefs and hear it out. And once I say "That's fine, but I believe in Christianity" and get called an ignorant **** for not being an atheist
User avatar #127 to #34 - ost (05/25/2012) [-]
Well not to be a nuisance, but you wouldn't have been christian if your parents didn't raise you that way, eh? My parents are both christian but they told me to make my own mind up. I guess i'm somewhere between agnostic and atheist, i mean i don't know what the hell to believe. :P
User avatar #260 to #127 - ddaappoo (05/25/2012) [-]
My mum was raised a muslim, she's a Christian. Many friends of mine were raised atheist, hell I knew a boy who was proud to call himself a nazi and now he's a firm Christian.
User avatar #607 to #127 - mynameisfoo (05/26/2012) [-]
a third of the world's population (Christians) aren't just Christians because they were raised that way. Yes, some are because of that, but anybody could stop believing.
User avatar #35 to #34 - cullenatorguy (05/25/2012) [-]
Were you raised christian?
#36 to #35 - iAmAWizard (05/25/2012) [-]
Yep, but obviously I didn't even stop to make my own mind up, **** me right?
User avatar #38 to #36 - cullenatorguy (05/25/2012) [-]
Would you consider yourself open-minded? Have you watched any good videos on atheism or read any books about science or religion and stuff?
User avatar #75 to #38 - iAmAWizard (05/25/2012) [-]
Of course not, I'm not busting my balls over it, I went to school and was educated about both sides of the story, and the theory of evolution and other beloved gems of the atheist community are quite clearly true. Contrary to popular belief Christians don't bury their heads in the sand.
Oh and back to the post, I don't have to respect your right to try and "educate" religious people either, but I'll play ball, this is fun for me, hypocrisy is always good for chuckles, especially when I've never tried to convert anyone to a christian myself, live and let live right? Oh...I guess not.
Anyway, I digress.
Books or videos written by men and women with their own biased belief cannot and should not influence another persons belief, I did not become a christian after reading the bible, nor will I become an athiest thanks to an athiest video, designed by atheists to educate (and lets be honest,convert) people into atheism, which is in itself a belief (kinda makes the above post look kinda lulzy huh, OP with his belief ripping on belief with his belief, xzibit would be proud). My belief however comes from specific moments in my life, moments that can't be reinterpreted for me by a balding sweaty douchebag with a tucked in tie and specs. And a blazer, atheists need a blazer. Of course, to athiests my stalwart belief in my interpretation of events is simply me shouting NO U and disagreeing with their completely proven logic
TL;DR: I have been open minded, like any sane human being. My belief is not strictly logical, as a human I feel emotion and I have my own faith, brought upon by experiences in life, experiences that you may or may not have had yourself. Proof against god (not that there is any of course) from athiest material or science shows cannot change this faith, as true faith itself does not require proof, merely the cause for belief. So I guess I haven't seen any atheist material, because I don't need an atheist to tell me what to believe.
User avatar #88 to #75 - cullenatorguy (05/25/2012) [-]
Honestly I can't make myself look good right here. Any video or book you watch or read will most likely be biased, but atheist stuff isn't trying to scare you into believing. If you are tolerant, that's all fine and dandy. Same goes if you accept all scientific discoveries and laws. In that case, faith is the only thing that supports your beliefs. You can't hold the bible for anything other than a place to find a few good morals or lessons, so you can't really even use that as something to hold your faith up with. I'll give you a link to a video that isn't biased, it's based off of research done by an anthropologist I believe, and although the poster of the video commentates about it and his beliefs, the information isn't biased and you can think for yourself. It explains just who exactly your worshiping, which is a bronze-age god.
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It may be slightly off topic, but you seem like a fairly logical person, and I used to be in the same boat as you. I woke up one morning and realized I was so latched onto my faith that I was trying to hold on to it even when I knew I couldn't believe. You may be in denial, and if you aren't, maybe watching or reading some known-to-be unbiased books or videos could.
#96 to #88 - anon (05/25/2012) [-]
"Bronze age god"? Are you saying that because something is old, it shouldn't be believed? (facepalm) I can't believe I have to say this.

If something is true, it is ALWAYS TRUE. Humankind found out that not eating makes people die EONS before the bronze age. Does that mean its an outdated belief? Therefore, if God existed in the bronze age, by the very definition of "god" (allpowerful, omnipotent, constant being) he exists now.

My god, stop it. Just stop it.
User avatar #98 to #96 - cullenatorguy (05/25/2012) [-]
...... Did you stop to think that maybe people way back then didn't have the ability or technology to find out what actually caused the world to exist? That world wasn't flat? That Earth was not the center of the universe? With these beliefs comes god, god helps explain the world, to make it make sense. "God" was also used as a controlling factor, look how to Catholic Church ****** with it to control the people of Europe. You think that was the first time anyone has ever done that?
#101 to #98 - anon (05/25/2012) [-]
1. Regarding your examples of outdated beliefs: Just because God was used in context of these beliefs (which are mentioned NOWHERE in the bible) doesn't mean God is the cause of these beliefs. These are simply incorrect. But I have yet to hear anything about Christianity that makes it also simply incorrect in the same way many Bronze Age beliefs are. In other words, just because a belief is (incorectly) associated with incorrect beliefs, it does not negate the first one.

2. Regarding Catholic Church Argument: See my thread above. First comment is "Sometimes the sheer stupidity....."
User avatar #103 to #101 - cullenatorguy (05/25/2012) [-]
If God is real, then somewhere someone since the beginning of time (Adam and Eve) would have believed in the Abrahamic God, correct? Then why is there no evidence of this religion around 8,000 B.C.? I'm sure much earlier as well.You've got the Babylonian gods going and other cults doing their own thing, but no documents found before 8,000 B.C. point to the existence of a cult worshiping the Abrahamic god. Jesus is just a knock-off of the Egyptian god Horus.
#110 to #103 - anon (05/25/2012) [-]
Please enlighten me to how exactly "Jesus is just a knock-off" of an Egyptian God. I must say, I've never heard this argument before, and I'm genuinely interested.

Regarding your "no evidence" argument.... Do you really expect to find archeological cultural evidence at 8000 BC? The Egyptian empire (one of the oldest 3 civilizations we have evidence for) rose at 4000 BC, and that's a generous estimate.
User avatar #119 to #110 - cullenatorguy (05/25/2012) [-]
I may be off on the numbers, 8,000 seemed familiar, sorry.
Alright, let's start with
Jesus Horus
Born of a virgin Born of a virgin
Father was a God Father was a God
Earth father: Joseph Earth father: Seb (translates to Jo-Seph)
Earthly father of royal decent Earthly father of royal decent
annunciation by an angel to Mary annunciation by angel to Meri
Birth date: around winter solstice Birth date: around winter solstice
birth announcement by angels birth announcement by angels
Birth witnesses: shepherds birth witnesses: shepherds
later witnesses: 3 wise men later witnesses: 3 gods
almost killed by Herod almost killed by Herut
no data about life between 12 and 30 no date about life between 12 and 30
baptized by John the Baptist baptized by Anup the Baptizer
baptizer later decapitated baptizer later decapitated
age of baptism: 30 age of baptism: 30

#153 to #119 - anon (05/25/2012) [-]
Just did a little research.
Horus was born of the goddes Isis through magic. No angels, sheperds, "Jo-Seph" or "Meri". No virgins. No "herut."

Ian Shaw (2003). The Oxford History of Ancient Egypt. Oxford University Press. ISBN 0-19-815034-2.

Where you got that information, I have no idea.
User avatar #230 to #153 - cullenatorguy (05/25/2012) [-]
and various other places on the internet. seemed like common knowledge
#240 to #230 - anon (05/25/2012) [-]
Yes, I've found places on the Internet that have this information, but nothing credible at all. On the other hand, I found several official websites and one book that all state that Horus is the son of the goddess Isis. And your link keeps redirecting me to a domain name placeholder. You might have misspelled the URL.
User avatar #229 to #153 - cullenatorguy (05/25/2012) [-]
that link i gave ya
#129 to #119 - anon (05/25/2012) [-]
I'll admit to you straight up that I don't have the knowledge on hand to analyze most of these arguments. I'm researching some of these points right now. However, there are a couple that I can knock out....
Birth Date: It has been all but confirmed that Jesus was born in early-mid Spring. The winter solace celebration arose between the 16th and 18th centuries due to religious misunderstandings.
Birth Annoncement: I was pretty sure that the Egyptian culture did not have an equivalent to angels. I thought it was closer to demons. Like I said, looking it up right now.

However, even if all of these arguments are true, I'm still not entirely convinced. Jesus's role as a substitutionary sacrifice is clearly not similar to Horus's Life/Death place. Furthermore, there is historical evidence for Jesus's existence outside of religious texts and contexts while there is absolutely none for Horus.
#147 to #129 - anon (05/25/2012) [-]
Enlighten me. Would you agree with the statement, "God is omnipotent" ?
#155 to #147 - anon (05/25/2012) [-]
Yes.
Is this going to end with with the whole "why is there evil people and evil deeds if he is omnipotent" argument, see the thread I started above.
#161 to #155 - anon (05/25/2012) [-]
No, it's not.

It will simply end with "Can God create a rock too heavy for him to lift?"

#167 to #161 - anon (05/25/2012) [-]
Good god, this might be the only half-decent argument I've seen in this entire forum. You get a thumb for totally catching me unaware.
#174 to #167 - anon (05/25/2012) [-]
damnit, didn't see you were anon. Sorry, you're going to have to settle for a couple of respect points.
#181 to #174 - anon (05/25/2012) [-]
respect points appreciated, and yet you still have not answered my question.

hint: it's a trap.
#193 to #181 - anon (05/25/2012) [-]
I'm going to go ahead and ask him when I'm nice and dead. Will shoot you a message if i can.
#205 to #193 - anon (05/25/2012) [-]
Depends on how you interpret the Old Testament, I suppose. I'm not about to start a headcount. And no, if God DOES decide to kill someone, it's not wrong. Remember, we begin with the definition of God as a supernatural, powerful being that embodies goodness. Therefore, since goodness is of his essence, anyone he decides to kill is not murder.
#200 to #193 - anon (05/25/2012) [-]
ah yes, avoid the question. excellent choice.

another thing to mull over while you haplessly resign yourself to ignorance:

How many people did God kill? Not Christians. God.
#158 to #119 - anon (05/25/2012) [-]
Having trouble finding "Anup the Baptizer." Mind linking me to info?
User avatar #122 to #110 - cullenatorguy (05/25/2012) [-]
www religoustolerance org/chr_jcpa5b.htm
add periods where the spaces are
User avatar #120 to #110 - cullenatorguy (05/25/2012) [-]
sorry, my table didn't translate well, heres a link to a chart
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#104 to #98 - anon (05/25/2012) [-]
3. Further regarding your arguments about Technology: Science and Technology are explorations and applications of the physical, natural world and its laws. Therefore, BY DEFINITION neither can prove or disprove the existence of a SUPERnatural being like God. Because God exists outside of the laws of science that we study (we believe he created them) you can never argue that science or observations of the natural world have disproved the existence of God. Yes, there can be evidence for or against such an existence, but I have yet to hear of any that can so completely disprove God the way you believe.
User avatar #108 to #104 - cullenatorguy (05/25/2012) [-]
no one can disprove any god's existence, because followers of most gods have made them to where they aren't physical, but spiritual. In a completely different realm of being. It's making sure you always have a bit of leverage over science.
#112 to #108 - anon (05/25/2012) [-]
Suspend your disbelief for ONE minute. If there was a God that created the universe, would he not be outside of it? Would the laws of the universe not apply to him? Christianity has always believed that God created the universe, so no, this is not a recent ploy for cover. Early Christian scientists have always studied the world and universe as a way to celebrate God's creation, not to prove his existence.
User avatar #681 to #38 - fuckeverybody (05/26/2012) [-]
It would be make sad to see if there was no after life. Not scared, but sad. It seems like just rotting in the ground with pitch blackness and nothingness does not make my life more joyful. It all depends on what works for yourself. Now shut the **** up because everyone has a right to live their own life the way they wish (Not including Russia). Now quit being an ignorant hypocrite and expand your mind to a larger picture. Love everyone and quit pushing your beliefs on me like the Jehovah's Witnesses on my front ******* door.
User avatar #683 to #681 - cullenatorguy (05/26/2012) [-]
Well becoming the part of the earth and the cosmic cycle seems pretty cool. My atoms came from super novas, and yours did too. I'd like the go back to that.
User avatar #690 to #683 - fuckeverybody (05/26/2012) [-]
I believe in Evolution, but present science is actually showing that the big band theory might not be correct. I currently believe that the big bang happened, but science is getting closer to a bigger picture to it that what is believed.
#125 to #38 - soluvy (05/25/2012) [-]
I have and im still a christian.
#703 to #34 - Fgner (05/26/2012) [-]
This is in reply to your argument with cullenator:
Raised Christian, realized I didn't actually believe, went soul searching, found my beliefs. I'm technically atheist and associate with such, but I'm spiritual. Don't care about religion, usually completely disassociate myself with it, don't have a blazer... Okay I do... but still... I don't think you're a brainwashed cultist....

And now for my beliefs:
Some Christian ass called me out because I dare point out negative points on my friends post and wasn't bowing down to every word that they said, here's my reply (if you feel like reading).

The human soul (as a collective being) is like a spiral, every step we take we move forward. We have an unrelenting, blood boiling ambition to succeed, even when all seems lost. A force unstoppable, we strive to pierce the heavens, to accomplish the impossible to create a better future for our children that we could never hope to have. We don't just survive, we do more. We have a certain indescribable spirit, something that I can't quite speak of without doing it injustice, we have a certain perfection is the best way to see it.

You think I see the darkness? No, I do more, I see through the darkness. My heart is full of optimism, positive hopes and dreams that nothing can ever strip from me. I see the human spirit, the will power and undying passion in our hearts.

And no, I don't believe in a God. I believe in spirituality though. I don't believe one being is greater than all humans in every way. We may have our downfalls, but that's what makes us what we are, and what makes us so powerful. And to take that away would be to strip away all emotion, to strip all logic, all thought, and most importantly, all free will. And without those things, we lose our perfection, and without that, nothing can even dream to be great.
#851 to #34 - anon (05/26/2012) [-]
MFW atheists do the oppressing
#661 to #34 - GoodGood (05/26/2012) [-]
it's like they're trying to brainwash you into thinking you're brainwashed.
#664 to #34 - fuckeverybody (05/26/2012) [-]
I'm not Christian, but I am Religious in other manners. It's ignorant that people think that the whole population of religious people are Christians and the Christian population are just a bunch of egotistical assholes who get in peoples faces. Those nuts fill up such a minor amount of the population. The person who posted this is up their own ass with hate.   
   
-Gif Unrelated.
I'm not Christian, but I am Religious in other manners. It's ignorant that people think that the whole population of religious people are Christians and the Christian population are just a bunch of egotistical assholes who get in peoples faces. Those nuts fill up such a minor amount of the population. The person who posted this is up their own ass with hate.

-Gif Unrelated.
User avatar #809 - corundum (05/26/2012) [-]
Hmm... it seems more and more douchebags are migrating from Christianity to Atheism.
#792 - anon (05/26/2012) [-]
Persoanlly, I'm a christian, but both religious people and atheists need to shut the **** up. Especially on this site. Both of you, get this through your thick skulls: NOBODY KNOWS. It's impossible to either prove or disprove the existence of God, Satan, heaven, or anything. We all come to FJ and we generally laugh at the same things, regardless of our beliefs. Let's enjoy our laughs for now, and cross the afterlife bridge when we get to it.
User avatar #827 - WakaTakaBang (05/26/2012) [-]
I don't respect people who openly state that they believe another mans views are: Ignorant, brainwashing, cult-like, sexist, and tyrannical. You can challenge something if you're feeling oppressed by it, but I get the impression you're not being oppressed. You've cleared up nothing you hypocritical, self-righteous, sanctimonious dumbass.
#842 to #827 - packersbadgers (05/26/2012) [-]
Welp. Should have read this before I posted mine. Thumb for you.
#839 to #827 - anon (05/26/2012) [-]
hoping someone screencaptures that and puts it in latest uploads, because this is just a perfect respoi mean, im indifferent to the subject, but the principals... i digressed, youre dead on, here's a thumb.
#836 to #827 - neutralgray (05/26/2012) [-]
Thumbed up.
#846 to #827 - balafas (05/26/2012) [-]
The internet smiles upon you
The internet smiles upon you
#830 to #827 - anon (05/26/2012) [-]
I...That was glorious. Have a thumb good sir and or madam.
User avatar #817 - nightjay (05/26/2012) [-]
>"I respect your rights to have them."
>>"I don't care if atheists like myself have been attacking religion lately on this site, religious people need a good slap."
>>>"I do not respect ignorance."
I'm guessing you don't respect yourself very much.
#337 - emobarbie (05/25/2012) [-]
Hurr durr you're religion is horrible because I've ran into a couple of extremists.

Listen (some) atheists, I don't want to hear it. I respect your right to not believe in God, but you aren't going to shame my beliefs then tell me to stop forcing MINE down YOUR throat.
User avatar #835 - kathuzada (05/26/2012) [-]
Sigh another not funny post about religion. If people put the effort that they put into this we could have funny OC.
User avatar #773 - Syncronicity (05/26/2012) [-]
"All we're trying to do is open your minds." Really OP?
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