yup. .. MFW atheists bitch about us Christians enforcing our beliefs on others and I see half the front page content posted in a channel dedicated to bashing Christiani yup MFW atheists bitch about us Christians enforcing our beliefs on others and I see half the front page content posted in a channel dedicated to bashing Christiani
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#93 - mkchillin
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(02/24/2013) [-]
MFW atheists bitch about us Christians enforcing our beliefs on others and I see half the front page content posted in a channel dedicated to bashing Christianity and forcing atheist opinions on us
#96 to #93 - anon
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(02/24/2013) [-]
yeah, like those who follow Christianity don't have a longer and worse track record for doing it or anything...
#145 to #93 - anon
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(02/24/2013) [-]
Because deeming homosexuals as human beings is an atheist opinion.

Nice job, kiddo.
#413 to #93 - MosKunas
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(03/01/2013) [-]
The only reason it has become what you say it has is because of the predominance of Christianity in the U.S, UK, and the other predominant countries here on FJ. If funnyjunk originated in Palestine, then the "atheist" channel would be full of anti-Jewish & anti-Islam content. Anyone who is atheist believes obviously that there is no God, we all know that. But the origins of why we believe so originates in philosophical and scientific ideas, that for the most part parallel the views of Christianity for example. So with all that said there is going to be a conflict no matter what religion it is. Jainism, Christianity, Islam, etc. It's like reprimanding an evolutionist for having an argument with a Creationist. Yes, the evolutionist technically does not have to even speak to the Creationist. But since they have deeply polar opposite views there is bound to be a conflict, as I said before just as a different example. The arguments that the atheists are making on this channel can be applied to all religions not just Christianity, just insert Allah for God, Qu'ran for the Bible and so on. So don't feel as if you are being singled out and all atheists just have it out for your specific beliefs. Life without expressing your opinion would be bland, and nothing would be accomplished. i.e Slavery, Witchcraft etc.
#414 to #413 - mkchillin
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(03/02/2013) [-]
But they don't, that's the thing.

Atheists will forever and always attack Christians, people who believe in love, forgiveness, tolerance, peace, acceptance, humility, people who founded this very nation upon such a belief.

Meanwhile, those fig-eating towel heads straight-up say we are the devil and that they wanna kill us and they have before too and athiests wont even blink
#415 to #414 - MosKunas
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(03/02/2013) [-]
If you review the history of Christianity you'll see nothing but intolerance for everyone who isn't a white male or female. (Females barely a part of this because it was Christian tradition to stone a women if she admitted to not being a virgin before getting married.) And most of the people who founded this nation fostered the beliefs of atheism, they just could not show them because of the INTOLERANCE of the Christian population. (i.e Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, Thomas Edison etc.) If they shared their actual beliefs they would of been shunned regardless of their ability to lead a country in to a never-seen before era. If the hundreds of contradictions in the bible don't convince you of their intolerance and confusion I don't know what will. I could go on more but really don't feel the need to.



P.S Don't proclaim the Christians to be tolerant, peaceful and accepting and in your next breath say Muslims are "fig eating towel heads." You make yourself look stupid.
#416 to #415 - mkchillin
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(03/02/2013) [-]
...and the classic atheist argument-the past.

Yes, back then, people hijacked Christianity to further their own means and intolerance was rampant. But things are VERY different now days. You don't see Europeans invading Jerusalem or witches being burned in New England in 2013.

And you yourself proved my point; you defended the muslims I admittedly had insulted due to my frustration and rage. It's all good to call the people who donate more to charity than any other religion, who help fund aid help in impoverished countries among other good deeds, among other good acts intolerant and stupid and hateful, but it's a no-no to criticize the people who treat women like cattle, who kill thousands of "infidels" yearly among other atrocities.

I don't see how that makes any sense.

BTW, the very things you accuse Christians accuse of doing in the past, the Muslims are doing NOW.

BUT, since they kill Christians for being what they are, and have nothing but ill-will towards them, that means atheists are cool with them then right? :)
#417 to #416 - MosKunas
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(03/03/2013) [-]
Most atheists aren't just anti-Christianity, they are anti-religion. I'm not trying to justify the acts of any religion that is opposed to Christianity. Nor commits the same atrocities that Christianity committed ages ago. And you say "muslims" as if there isn't extremists in all groups of faith.( I don't think there should be religion at all. ) There are parents in the south right now, who are beating their children with rods when they misbehave because they believe every word in the bible to be true. The reason all of these things are occurring are because of a "God" telling them to do so. This debate was originally between Christianity and Atheism so I won't go into which faith (Muslim & Christianity) has higher moral values in its perspective. But like I said the root of all this anger and indifference/blindness is "God." When I say God please don't assume I am referring to the Christian one, because I am referring to all religions who worship one. Why is God considered an explanation for anything? It's not, it's a failure to explain. It's a shrug of the shoulders, an "I dunno' dressed up in spirituality and ritual. If someone credits something to God, generally what it means is that they haven't a clue, so they're attributing it to an unreachable, unknowable sky fairy. Ask for an explanation of where that "God" came from, and you'll receive a vague, philosophical reply about it having always existed, being outside nature. Which, of course, explains nothing. And it's the religious' faith of this "god of the gaps" that somehow justifies these inhumane acts that have been committed in the future and past, in all religions. And don't say there isn't a correlation between every catastrophe that has happened to us as a human race, and a religion. Atheists value knowledge and evidence and no religion is based off the support of evidence and logic. If someone doesn't value logic, what logical argument could you provide to show them the importance of logic?
#265 to #93 - sammyjankiis
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(02/24/2013) [-]
forcing? No.
#210 to #93 - tychko
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(02/24/2013) [-]
FORCING OPINIONS
#107 to #93 - simplescience
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(02/24/2013) [-]
MFW Christians demonize atheists for thinking differently then them and then say "Hey, respect our religion! That's my faith you're talking about." if they retaliate in a similar manner.
#122 to #107 - icytime
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(02/24/2013) [-]
I don't.
#167 - mrlego
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(02/24/2013) [-]
<---- Talking Snake.
#188 to #167 - dwarfman
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(02/24/2013) [-]
<=== Scared Snake
#51 - drainbramage
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(02/24/2013) [-]
Everybody is arguing about religion, and I'm just sitting here being agnostic.
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#330 to #308 - drainbramage
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(02/24/2013) [-]
That isn't the only way to define an agnostic, it can also be defined as someone who believes in a higher power but they don't really know what, or if they don't have a religion that's right for them, so they believe in God but don't belong to an organised religion.

I believe that there is a God but he's a bit of a dick that doesn't really deserve my praise, so I would be classed as an agnostic.
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#184 to #51 - thedustlord
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(02/24/2013) [-]
Perhaps Agnosticism will be the next trend.

"It's the new Atheism!"
#304 to #184 - torkildsen
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(02/24/2013) [-]
please no
#191 to #184 - drainbramage
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(02/24/2013) [-]
How in the blueberry **** can your religious standing be a trend?
#253 to #191 - anon
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(02/24/2013) [-]
Ask the thousands of faggots on the internet who are atheist, which definitely doesn't have anything to do with the fact that they're rebelling against parents who made them go to church when they were younger. Obviously this doesn't apply to everyone but it does to a hell of a lot.
#193 to #191 - thedustlord
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(02/24/2013) [-]
Because it already is. This was posted in the 'Atheism' channel, for example.
#206 to #51 - digidawg
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(02/24/2013) [-]
How much Dr pepper do you drink
#274 - eccleston
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(02/24/2013) [-]
No one shall question the word of God.
#317 - kingpongthedon ONLINE
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(02/24/2013) [-]
If you paid attention to the story, you'd recall that the talking snake was not legit as ****.

Also you'd know that the Bible isn't a historical document, but a series of parables and allegories collected by ancient Hebrews millenia ago that aren't meant to be taken literally. Seriously, saying stuff like this entirely negates all of Abrahamic religion is like saying that since water vapor doesn't behave like an ideal gas negates all of science. You're entirely missing the point. The Bible sets out to describe what a good person is and does in a variety of situations, including some that probably didn't happen, but better explain the point.

And yes, homosexuality was an abomination (disregarding the vast difference in our definitions of "abomination") back then. But you have to keep in mind that this was thousands of years ago pertaining to a desert people who were frequently at war and had to have a dozen kids to maintain population levels, keep the farm going, be ready for battle, etc. If you weren't having kids, you were a drain on society. Ancient Greeks and Romans had very secure leisure societies and didn't need to have so many kids so they could afford to not be popping out babies all the time, ancient Hebrews just did not have that luxury.

The Bible isn't a textbook, it uses non-literal story-telling to portray right and wrong to an ancient group of people. Religion has evolved a great deal in the times since. A surprisingly few amount of religious people are literalists (<10% worldwide, though about 15% in the US) yet over 85% of people are still religious. Treating it as the Absolute Unchangeable Truth just shows you're ignorant of the situation and only serves to hurt your arguments. There are plenty of legitimate arguments against religion, but this just isn't one.

Sorry for the wall of text, but you made it through and hopefully learned something. Thanks for reading.
#410 to #317 - chiefbonebiter
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(02/26/2013) [-]
I have no idea what was your point, but I totally agree with you. I'm pretty sure your comment was smart or something. Here. Have a thumb
#4 - jimbobji
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(02/23/2013) [-]
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#301 - wolfypolli
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(02/24/2013) [-]
If god hates gays, then why did he make them so fabulous?
#297 - electrickwalrus ONLINE
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#322 to #297 - indigobob
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#108 - kalima
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#365 to #108 - ghostrollerelite
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(02/24/2013) [-]
you asshole, you ruined the book for me
#327 - beroty
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(02/24/2013) [-]
IF GOD HATES gayS WHY THE BOYS ARE COMING TO MY YARD????

atheists:0
christians:0
Milkshake:1
#331 to #327 - chuckey
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(02/24/2013) [-]
that was a good one