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#23 - thatsnumberwang (07/01/2013) [+] (6 replies)
What did Skyrim have to do with this?
What did Skyrim have to do with this?
#32 - Fagdust (07/01/2013) [+] (17 replies)
#53 - Temperance (07/01/2013) [+] (17 replies)
An atheist rant supplemented with pictures from a game based around polytheism...
User avatar #44 - fyaq (07/01/2013) [-]
dude


i dont remember any of this playing skyrim
#11 - unclebourbon (07/01/2013) [+] (3 replies)
Holy **** . People actually read the books in skyrim??
User avatar #14 to #11 - alltheponies (07/01/2013) [-]
Lusty Argonian Maid, it's a classic.
#71 - evilwheatleycore ONLINE (07/02/2013) [+] (5 replies)
This reminded me of one time me and my friends were sitting around a fire, when my best friend's little brother pulls out a Bible. He states that he will try and find something redeemable about it, he flips through all the pages without hesitation. He then proceeds to tear the pages out of the book and throws them into the fire. Every time one of my friends (Most are Atheists) asked him to stop, he says that he just thought it was ******** , then continued.

tldr: I'm fine with whatever you believe in, be it something or nothing, just please don't **** on my religion and say "No offence"
#26 - asdyxc (07/01/2013) [+] (2 replies)
Are you feeling a certain... euphoria?
#3 - kokkodellrrisch (07/01/2013) [+] (1 reply)
#154 - psychfouronenine (07/02/2013) [+] (9 replies)
From what I've seen, people that read that book are just atheist looking for a circle-jerk to comfort themselves. I am a Christian. I have a relationship with God. I have faith in a higher power. The fact that you do not does not make you smarter or more aware. In fact, posting stuff like this proves you're probably a fedora wearing, mountain dew drinking high school reject.

Why can't people realize that science and God actually co-exist. Creationism (the basics of it, at least) can be Evolution. I personally believe the world was created by God through time everything adapted.
#133 - snakefire (07/02/2013) [+] (28 replies)
As a christian this might not be the most unbias or educated opinion, but I think people only read the god delusion for the following reasons.

1. To feel smart or elitist
2. To have firepower in pointless internet arguments

I mean, it just seems silly. I don't have anything against atheism, but I think that all the fighting I see all the time is ridiculous.

Please feel free to educate me if I'm wrong.
#117 - Awesomenessniss (07/02/2013) [+] (3 replies)
You're just jealous of Talos! filthy elf.
User avatar #46 - ScottP (07/01/2013) [+] (3 replies)
Do you guys want to hear my theory? What if there never was people? What if we aren't even humans? What if we are actually something else?
User avatar #47 to #46 - threadz (07/01/2013) [-]
If we are something else and we call ourselves humans, we are still humans because that's just how words get their definitions.
#136 - thefatmenace (07/02/2013) [+] (7 replies)
Well, at least everybody here on Funnyjunk respects each other's religions and can discuss these topics with the utmost civilty
User avatar #4 - archangel (07/01/2013) [+] (10 replies)
I'm sorry, but Richard Dawkins is an idiot of the highest caliber. He is no better than the religious who he calls closed minded .He sees method or experiment that might prove religion and praises it if it disproves his hypothesis he judges it as badly set up or are just the wrong answer. he debates pettily with no real driven point other than the other guy is and idiot. He is closed minded as does not allow the possibility to be proven wrong. He sees wars that on the surface seem to be caused by religion and assumes they are, without actually researching the topic without actually looking at the underlying causes. He once put on a helmet that manipulates the brain to feel a presence supposedly of god, and they cranked it up and said he felt nothing, which would be ok but suggested that disproves god, where as in fact it would suggest , not proves, but suggest that his hypothesis is wrong.
I would not mind him being athiest its his opinion, but he takes is a irrefutable fact and doesnot debate but ridicules anyone who believes differently. He's doctor but his methods of research are not scientific. The man is a fool. He's a student of history but his evidence is shoddy and ill researched at best its thin looks at the religion angle and calls it the cause.
He considers himself a champion of reason, where as he is the blind campaigning against the blind
dude I'M catholic, if your atheist thats fine. however if you want a a atheist to inspire you to enlighten you he is not the one you may have even made your self even more closed minded by reading his work or just more foolish if you choose shape your understanding of theism or atheism around him.
There are better atheists to learn from carl sagan for instance or joseph stalin for another at least comports himself as what he is, a man who looks to his atheism as a way not to face retribution
#20 to #4 - pots (07/01/2013) [-]
You are definitely entitled to your opinion, but bashing someone else's methods of debate in a false manner is not the way to do it. Right here we see the use of the Straw  Man logical fallacy in full swing.
You are definitely entitled to your opinion, but bashing someone else's methods of debate in a false manner is not the way to do it. Right here we see the use of the Straw Man logical fallacy in full swing.
#214 - infinitereaper (07/02/2013) [+] (8 replies)
This post is just 						*******					 stupid.   
   
Religion has nothing to do with why we banned together, built society, or made war, for 						*****					 sake, who comes up with this 						****					? And who is thumbing this 						****					?    
   
This just makes Dawkins sound like an idiot for claiming that religion is somehow the basis society that evolved to band us together-for 						*****					 sake.   
   
This book always seemed like a zealous atheist circle jerk trying to blame religion for all of the worlds problems.
This post is just ******* stupid.

Religion has nothing to do with why we banned together, built society, or made war, for ***** sake, who comes up with this **** ? And who is thumbing this **** ?

This just makes Dawkins sound like an idiot for claiming that religion is somehow the basis society that evolved to band us together-for ***** sake.

This book always seemed like a zealous atheist circle jerk trying to blame religion for all of the worlds problems.
User avatar #216 to #214 - omnomnominator (07/02/2013) [-]
But religion did make people band together, helped build society and caused wars <__<
#157 - Coolinbny (07/02/2013) [-]
I wouldn't say that our brains are programmed to be religious, rather they are programmed to hold ideologies and form communities of sorts with other people. It happened to be religion to be the great bonding agent because we needed ways to explain things in early civilization, thus you have the Sun god, god of death, etc... and this even went into more complex monotheistic religions as well. Nowadays, regardless of religion, we all form cohesive bonds with groups, whether it's a political party, a football team, or even a fan club, we all join groups and label ourselves because it is an evolutionary method of keeping us cohesive and, through some means, keeping us alive and/or healthy in some way shape or form.
User avatar #75 - severepwner (07/02/2013) [+] (26 replies)
If he thinks we made up a God to justify why we had a specific set of principles, he's ******* retarded. If we wanted to have principles, we would have ******* made whatever we wanted on our own. But we had an omnipotent being to tell us what is right and wrong. Because if it wasn't for that, we would still be murdering and committing cannibalism to this day.
#99 to #98 - ShadowSeer (07/02/2013) [-]
the problem with ancient cultures wasn't common sense it was perspective, the human perspective has expanded and more people realize that questions of morality extend beyond friends and family and being good needs no reward other than the fact that it betters mankind
#42 - vegetatheprince (07/01/2013) [+] (1 reply)
It's def. an interesting concept.   
   
But It'd take more than a few sentences and skyrim pics to make me believe that.
It's def. an interesting concept.

But It'd take more than a few sentences and skyrim pics to make me believe that.
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