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#4 - heartlessrobot
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(09/04/2013) [-]
>Flying Spaghetti Monster pic
>Atheism
Why would someone who doesn't believe in god have a picture of the true god as their profile pic?
#170 to #4 - ponchosdm
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(09/05/2013) [-]
the flying spaghetti monster is a god to make fun of the other gods, stating that making a church and a god is that easy, an atheist can say he believes in x number of gods, in the end they know(their truth) god do not exists
#201 to #4 - anon
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(09/05/2013) [-]
******* idiot.
#127 to #4 - richardfitzwell
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(09/05/2013) [-]
It's a conspiracy! WAKE UP SHEEPLE!
#113 to #4 - Bobtheblob
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(09/05/2013) [-]
They didn't.

But now they do.
#61 to #4 - ohemgeezus
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(09/05/2013) [-]
Our pasta, who art in a colander,
Draining be your noodles.
Thy noodle come,
Thy sauce be yum,
On top some grated parmesan.
Give us this day our garlic bread,
And forgive us our trespasses,
As we forgive those who trample on our lawns.
And lead us not into vegetarianism, but deliver us some pizza,
For thine is the meatball, the noodle, and the sauce, forever and ever.
RAmen.
#6 - blakhawk
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(09/04/2013) [-]
Atheists do worship the person who made everything- nobody.
#7 to #6 - standerdusername
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(09/04/2013) [-]
how do you worship nobody?
#8 to #7 - blakhawk
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(09/04/2013) [-]
you don't worship at all
#9 to #8 - standerdusername
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(09/04/2013) [-]
holy **** that was fast
#79 - arziben
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(09/05/2013) [-]
hey, how about you leave us atheist leave our life happily and we'll do the same
#101 to #79 - ikeepgettingbanned
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(09/05/2013) [-]
This ^
#94 to #79 - karson
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(09/05/2013) [-]
but that's the problem, my friend. Most atheists don't. yeah, I'm a christian, but you better believe I keep my beliefs to myself. I would never let my morals or values effect the life of another person. I am all for gay marriage and abortion. nobody has the right to say, "No person I've never even met, you can't get an abortion(or gay marriage) because it's against MY beliefs." That **** is retarded. but I digress. My point is that people from either side who force their beliefs on others is annoying as ****. that said, I see about one christian preaching per every 5 atheists calling people stupid for believing in god.    
   
Once again, I am in now way accusing you of being one of those people. here, have a gif of a horsey drive by.  Have a nice day, my friend
but that's the problem, my friend. Most atheists don't. yeah, I'm a christian, but you better believe I keep my beliefs to myself. I would never let my morals or values effect the life of another person. I am all for gay marriage and abortion. nobody has the right to say, "No person I've never even met, you can't get an abortion(or gay marriage) because it's against MY beliefs." That **** is retarded. but I digress. My point is that people from either side who force their beliefs on others is annoying as ****. that said, I see about one christian preaching per every 5 atheists calling people stupid for believing in god.

Once again, I am in now way accusing you of being one of those people. here, have a gif of a horsey drive by. Have a nice day, my friend
#115 to #94 - lateday
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(09/05/2013) [-]
I don't know if this is relevant but see it as a comment only, not a retort.

Some atheists, me included, are more annoyed by the "hate" we receive. The fear of denouncing our atheism. The stares and mumbling can be frustrating, and some people will go as far as verbally attack you, and some even physically. My 2-year relationship ended with a grudge because I was an atheist. It was not because I actually humiliated christians or uttered blasphemy. I rarely ever spoke about it, but I made it clear. "I am atheist. I hope that's ok" That was it. She lived, for two years, with a grudge. One she thought might go away. It never did.


I tried telling my mother. She exploded, told me not to "joke" like that or He'd punish me and to go to my room (she didn't want me near). My mother.

Some of us are dicks because of real douchbaggery, some are mad because we are attacked often. I just learned to not tell of my stance carelessly.
#122 to #115 - karson
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(09/05/2013) [-]
well, sympathies go out to you. Like I said, whatever religion, if they force anything on you, they're douchebags.
#102 to #94 - radtroll
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(09/05/2013) [-]
Muslim here, and I have to say Amen brother. it's about YOUR believe not forcing others to believe what you believe.   
   
(you have your religion and I have my religion)- the Qura'an.    
but everyone seems to forget that part.   
   
< this kinda describes how I feel.
Muslim here, and I have to say Amen brother. it's about YOUR believe not forcing others to believe what you believe.

(you have your religion and I have my religion)- the Qura'an.
but everyone seems to forget that part.

< this kinda describes how I feel.

#105 to #102 - karson
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(09/05/2013) [-]
you're having some complex feelings there.

< how I'm feeling right now.
#224 to #94 - haroldsaxon
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(09/05/2013) [-]
Most Atheists keep it to themselves, unless it comes up. A smaller minority actually go off attacking Christians or other religious people. I know for a fact that in some parts of the States, Christians go on something almost like witch hunts against Atheists, and this is very common in those parts. However, again this would be a really small minority of Christians.

Where I live, I see neither preaching Christians or Atheists. I have been places where there have been Christians ging on and on bout their belief forever, as well as I've seen places where people are ashamed of being Christian.
#222 to #94 - anon
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(09/05/2013) [-]
Personally i'm an athiest and really the only time i feel the need to say something is when i think something just doesn't make sense. Like yesterday in my religeous studies class our teacher said that god thinks that we should all forgive people for hurting us and said that i will find inner peace by doing so. So i replied "so if i was raped do i forgive them?" And she stood there and looked at me. Other than that i don't care if you're christian, muslim, what ever you want to be, be it bro. Just don't let people like me bring you down about your beliefs. I can be an asshole athiest, not going to lie, but hey we all have our moments.
#223 to #222 - anon
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(09/05/2013) [-]
-_- the blocked off words are r a p e d and a s s h o l e
#183 to #94 - princenarnode
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(09/05/2013) [-]
Wow is that a joke. Atheists do not force their beliefs on anyone. They may voice their opinions about it, but never force like you theists love to do. There are whole countries where religions are LITERALLY forced on their inhabitants. Some kids (myself included) were forced to believe a certain religion, for fear of persecution from our own families. Get a grip. Just because someone makes fun of your God does NOT mean they are forcing their beliefs on you. I hate people like you who equate atheists with radical theists. They are no where close to being the same.
#228 to #183 - karson
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(09/05/2013) [-]
Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you one of the "bad" atheists.
#229 to #228 - princenarnode
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(09/05/2013) [-]
at least the worst a 'bad' atheist like me will ever do is put my ideas out there. The worst a theist will do is fly planes into buildings, or ruin a whole society with ignorance.
#231 to #229 - karson
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(09/05/2013) [-]
except for the fact that you didn't put ideas out there. I talked about everyone getting along, and you have to go and dick up the place. and I don't know where you live, but I can tell you I live in the "bible built" south, and there are no "atheist hunts." in fact, nobody gives a ****. and thats the way it should be. if your family doesn't want to accept you if you're an atheist, that's a problem with your family, not their religion. you can be a theist and still have atheist family members. I do. and no, I am not referring to anyone "making fun of god" but how come it is ok for atheists to mock someone for their beliefs, but if that person starts talking about their beliefs you're all like "wah wah wah they forced their beliefs on me! wah!" I've seen it far too many times in person, there were a bunch of those atheist kids at my school who were only atheist because they thought it gave them an extra 20 IQ points and made them seem cool and edgy.

once again, not all atheists and theists are like that, but there are some dicks out there.
#232 to #231 - princenarnode
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(09/05/2013) [-]
I realize not all theists are on a witch hunt foe athiests. I'm saying it does happen though, where people are forced to believe what their family believes. More so in in 3rd world countries. Just because people are nice where you live doesnt mean its like that everywhere. I was saying the absolute worst an athiest will ever do is talk, or insult you, or protest. The worst a theist can or will do is much worse.
#234 to #232 - karson
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(09/05/2013) [-]
I understand what you mean. but you're going to face ignorance everywhere you go. Yeah, I don't think there has ever been a mass tragedy because of an atheist. But it's not really fair to group all religions together like that. I'm christian, so I can't speak for the muslims, or the minutely small group of them who are extremists.
#139 to #94 - ihatem
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(09/05/2013) [-]
For one, it's a bit difficult to say that an atheist forces a belief while it's a perspective from lack of belief, and it's only words, challenging the faith based claim, which is a very weak claim if it's faith based, which is unavoidable. And don't say most atheists, unless you're that isolated from a majority of what atheism is.
#142 to #139 - karson
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(09/05/2013) [-]
yeah, I realized I should have reworded that. many atheists, upon seeing someone commenting about god, always say back something along the lines of "your god isn't real!"
even users on here, usually anons, will go out of their way to say things like that.
I saw a comment the other day that said like "he is god" and then an anon commented saying "except god isn't real" it usually happens when someone uses a phrase mentioning god, but not talking about him, such as "oh my god" "mother of god" etc.
#143 to #142 - ihatem
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(09/05/2013) [-]
That's the worst example of "forcing beliefs" I've ever heard. Mostly that's a half assed remark or a half assed joke with just societal difference of humor usually. Most often why they're anon, a half-assed humor remark by an anon, is a double whammy for facepalm kind of humor.
But as for the other side for theists, now that's forcing beliefs. You take a baby, all of which are born agnostic atheists, and then teach them faith based assertions on how the world works before they're old enough to argue and are raised with that bias, that trumps "ur god s stooped dumb theist" any day.
#230 to #143 - karson
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(09/05/2013) [-]
those remarks aren't even half-assed humor. they just look like an annoying anon trying to edgy. dude, it's a ******* baby.... obviously the parents are going to raise it to believe whatever they believe, whether that is theism are not. That's a pretty weak argument to make, since parents raise their kids to have the same morals and ethics that they have. did you not read the part where I said each side has dumbasses a bad moments? or no, that's right, all atheists are supreme enlightened beings, right?
#238 to #230 - ihatem
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(09/06/2013) [-]
Most atheists in America are apostates, and they do so by rationalization, and end up learning more scientific and religious information than the majority of theists, and there's even been a survey that showed that atheists generally know more about religion than believers, and 90% of the members of the national academy of sciences are atheists. There is a correlation, but it's not the belief itself, it's the reason that belief is held. You just look at the reason why, and most atheists will say because they rely on logic and critical thinking, which will have that increased intelligence impact as opposed to faith based claims on the general scale.
Sure parents will raise kids on their ethics and that's similar, but the deity question affects a severely broad range of thought, so it has a much higher magnitude. So no it's not a weak argument, it is most certainly much more substantial than an anon making a short assertion over the internet. Of course both sides have dumbasses, but that's not this case for every single comment. I really don't want to believe that you're that easily intimidated by words.
#239 to #238 - karson
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(09/06/2013) [-]
I tend to believe in logic and reason. I choose to believe, because I want but not all kids raised as theists remain theists, right? I don't see what you're getting at right now. There's nothing you or I can do about the beliefs parents choose to give to their children. when the children grow up, they are than likely going to question their beliefs at a certain point, and if they choose to be atheist, then so be it. I'm not sure why we're arguing here, I was simply trying to say more or less, "to each their own." I agree that society has issues dealing with different religions or lack thereof, but we can't do anything to change many of these issues. I'm not sure what you're getting at with " I really don't want to believe that you're that easily intimidated by words." Perhaps maybe I was being insulting in my previous comment. that was not my intent. I apologize.
#240 to #239 - ihatem
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(09/06/2013) [-]
You're coming from:
-"Most atheists don't."
-" I see about one christian preaching per every 5 atheists calling people stupid for believing in god."

I'm explaining the big gap in proportion to "forcing beliefs" and what "most atheists" are saying. It was quite off, and I gave some explanation of that, but I also argued that to some extent some cases the atheist is justified, for example they will often be replying to a religious person saying something very evangelical about some huge claim that something was a deity's doing, and come off as seeing the religious person a little silly to someone of reason, which is totally fine to talk about, because religion isn't free from criticism. that may have been a distracting direction in a sense, sure.

What I meant by "intimidated by words" was that you seemed to equate religious indoctrination (which I forgot to mention comes with the threat of what will happen to you if you don't follow that religion) with anons saying there is no god.

And it's not exactly true that one chooses believe something actually, you can affect what information you seek but you don't control what convinces you, nor all the circumstances of information that comes to you regardless. For whatever that's worth.
#95 - Yojimbo
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(09/05/2013) [-]
Absolutely euphoric!
#205 to #95 - anon
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(09/05/2013) [-]
I find people who post pictures and comments related to something like this are worse then the people they make fun of and are just as, if not more, annoying as them too.
#225 to #205 - Yojimbo
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(09/05/2013) [-]
Then with all due respect,(which is none, anon) I think you're on the wrong site.
#135 to #95 - mcbrosephson
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(09/05/2013) [-]
[Fedoras Internally]
#138 to #135 - themedianoche **User deleted account**
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(09/05/2013) [-]
Here you have
#236 to #138 - mcbrosephson
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(09/05/2013) [-]
Thank you!
#55 - mayormilkman
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(09/05/2013) [-]
Hey. It's that one verse that's being used out of context.
#125 to #55 - asheskirata
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(09/05/2013) [-]
Trying to cheat you how?
#128 to #125 - mayormilkman
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(09/05/2013) [-]
Fooling me. Just plain ol' fooling me, mon.
#129 to #128 - asheskirata
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(09/05/2013) [-]
No, I'm not trying to fool you. It saddens me that you think I would be so petty.
#130 to #129 - mayormilkman
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(09/05/2013) [-]
Well, okay then. I have some reading to catch up on.
#131 to #130 - asheskirata
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(09/05/2013) [-]
We both do, I've been slacking off. I'm actually a theology/history major, with a minor in mythology, student in college, so it's basically my life's work to study these kinds of things.
#132 to #131 - mayormilkman
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(09/05/2013) [-]
Well then, until next time...
#133 to #132 - asheskirata
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(09/05/2013) [-]
most definitely. Have a good day, my friend.
#63 to #55 - asheskirata
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Hey it's that one guy who uses that argument to excuse all of the absurdity in the bible.
#64 to #63 - mayormilkman
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(09/05/2013) [-]
Hey, it's that one really euphoric dude!
#66 to #64 - asheskirata
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(09/05/2013) [-]
hey it's that one autistic faggot.
#67 to #66 - mayormilkman
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(09/05/2013) [-]
Now you're just projecting your self-image onto me.
#70 to #67 - asheskirata
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Nah, bro, see, you're the one who made assumptions about me. I was just returning the favor. Personally, I just hate hearing "That was out of context" to excuse crap like genocide, infanticide, slavery, misogyny, rape condonement, murder and bigotry. But that's just me.
#71 to #70 - mayormilkman
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(09/05/2013) [-]
We're talking about 1 Timothy here and I'm not even excusing any of that. Have you read 1 Timothy? It's not very long.
#76 to #71 - ridivey
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(09/05/2013) [-]
yea, we all know its you red thumbing your opponent, dont try to hide it.

'if you need to yell, youve lost the argument'
#77 to #76 - mayormilkman
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(09/05/2013) [-]
Look at the votes, *****. "lordraine" is doing it.
#80 to #77 - lordraine
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(09/05/2013) [-]
Why yes, I am. Because Ash clearly started it on 63, so **** him for starting yet another pointless internet pissing contest about religion.
#72 to #71 - asheskirata
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(09/05/2013) [-]
Yes, actually, and by the way 1 Corinthians 14:33-35 says basically the same thing.
#81 to #72 - mayormilkman
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I just looked it up. The situation of the context reminds me of 1 Timothy 2:12. It's a rule suggested by Paul to keep order in a church. This is rather situation specific, like the context of 1 Timothy.
#83 to #81 - asheskirata
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buddy, it's a typical example of the misogyny in the bible. I'm just hoping you're at least not a biblical literalist.
#87 to #83 - mayormilkman
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The reason behind this was because they did not have knowledge of theology as good as the men. They have to learn first.
#89 to #87 - asheskirata
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THEY WERE NEVER TAUGHT! Or do you not realize just how much society centered on men and viewed women as property back then?
#100 to #89 - mayormilkman
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And yet at that point in time, they were moving forward with women concerning the subject of theology, at least.
#103 to #100 - asheskirata
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Not really, and I have no idea where you get that from. Women, in the middle east especially, have been considered property and nothing more for millennia now.
#106 to #103 - mayormilkman
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Mmmmmkay. Don't forget about things like the part with Jesus and the woman who happens to be guilty for adultery.
#107 to #106 - asheskirata
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Don't forget about the fact that there is not one contemporary non-religious source of information on Jesus' existence. No documentation of his existence whatsoever outside of religious texts. Very few of which are properly historically accurate.
#160 to #107 - teoberry
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(09/05/2013) [-]
>tacitus
>talmud
>josephus

Lrn2reasearch
#161 to #160 - asheskirata
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(09/05/2013) [-]
www.truthbeknown.com/pliny.htm

I'll just drop that there, since all you seemed to do was google "non-christian sources of Jesus."
#162 to #161 - teoberry
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I like how you only responded to tacitus and josephus, both of which cited little or no sources
#165 to #162 - asheskirata
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You need to login to view this link

Y'know the funny thing is that you're asking me to prove that it doesn't exist. That's not how burden of proof works buddy, you're supposed to prove the positive of whatever extraordinary claim you are making. There is no possibly way to prove a negative.
#163 to #162 - asheskirata
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The Talmud is only a "possible reference" there is no concrete reference to Christ in it whatsoever.
#164 to #163 - teoberry
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And the proof of that is where?
#108 to #107 - mayormilkman
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I dunno. I haven't read too much of it, but it seems to be a popular opinion by scholars that he was a real person.
#109 to #108 - asheskirata
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There is some mention of a Yeshua Christ, but Jesus, as the Christians describe him(especially how they depict him) never existed.
#110 to #109 - mayormilkman
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That's the one I believe in.

Beyond this point, it's probably going to be just pure opinions, considering how both of us don't have the best knowledge of what we're arguing about.
#117 to #110 - asheskirata
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One thing I would like to point out is that Pilate, the man who had him executed according to the bible, NEVER mentioned Yeshua Christ in any of his letters nor in his journal. Doesn't that strike you as odd? That he wouldn't mention something as insane as that whole sordid affair?
#120 to #117 - mayormilkman
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Wait a sec are u trying to cheat me again
#116 to #110 - asheskirata
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Well, based on what you literally just said, you believe in the Christ of the Christians, and you didn't specify that you don't believe in the way they depict him. As a white man who lived in the middle east.
#118 to #116 - mayormilkman
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You can reply to my comment that started this thread. It's less messy.

Anyway, this assumption is still shallow. You're suggesting that we don't know that he really isn't white.
#111 to #110 - asheskirata
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So you believe in a white guy who lived in the middle east, and was born there. Wow. I wasn't aware that people could be that ignorant.
#114 to #111 - mayormilkman
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Wait, what?   
   
Are you running out of things to tell me and you are now relying on assumptions such as me thinking Jesus was white? Ha ha ha. Maybe this conversation is over.
Wait, what?

Are you running out of things to tell me and you are now relying on assumptions such as me thinking Jesus was white? Ha ha ha. Maybe this conversation is over.
#180 - nortledrones
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Differences between Vegans, Bronies, and Athiests:
#192 to #180 - twi ONLINE
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one doesn't like meat
one likes horse meat
one doesn't believe the meat came from a higher power
#198 to #180 - Nihatclodra
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One is easily offended, one offends people by simply existing, and one easily offends others.
#182 to #180 - asheskirata
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whoa, whoa, whoa. I'm an atheist and a brony, I happen to be a pretty decent guy. Please refrain from generalizing about all of us, because not all of us are neckbearded, fedora-wearing assholes who live to make other people miserable unless they think like we do.
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#197 to #195 - asheskirata
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I noticed.
And completely by accident too... people are assholes.
#216 to #182 - kousei ONLINE
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HEY!

...What you got against fedoras?
#217 to #216 - asheskirata
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lol, honestly not all that much. I mean, I own one, I was just referring to the stereotypical idea of a brony/atheist.
#219 to #217 - kousei ONLINE
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fair enough. I own one too, i grant i probably look dorky in it but add in a trench coat and steel toed boots, hard not to feel like a bad-ass
#221 to #219 - asheskirata
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hell yeah man, with the right outfit, they can look awesome
#181 to #180 - nortledrones
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One doesn't like meat in their mouths, another one loves anyone's meat in their mouths, and one worships meatballs and spagetti.
#184 to #181 - asheskirata
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I did lol at this, however.
#167 - mrmuggles
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Humanity in a nutshell
Humanity in a nutshell
#148 - bible
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Aw, cmon. This **** again?    
   
Look, I say just don't be a dick. You don't have to adhere to the morals and ideals of the people around you, but you also don't have to try to pry others for your cause.    
   
Kindness, love, empathy, that's all part of human nature long before any vice such as hate, greed and pride are. Consider the psychological theory of &quot;Baby Justice&quot;    
   
But to avoid too much frivolous detail, the wide whole of us aren't sociopaths, especially if you think you are a sociopath or honestly think you don't care for humans. You know what is right and wrong.    
   
Just try your best to be civil. You aren't perfect, but you sure aren't a mistake. Everyone in the world has lost something, loved something, and needs something, you aren't the lone ranger. We're in this together, so let's make it worthwhile.    
   
And that's it for cheesy paragraph hour. Don't be a dick, beliefs are just that, beliefs. Deal with others'.
Aw, cmon. This **** again?

Look, I say just don't be a dick. You don't have to adhere to the morals and ideals of the people around you, but you also don't have to try to pry others for your cause.

Kindness, love, empathy, that's all part of human nature long before any vice such as hate, greed and pride are. Consider the psychological theory of "Baby Justice"

But to avoid too much frivolous detail, the wide whole of us aren't sociopaths, especially if you think you are a sociopath or honestly think you don't care for humans. You know what is right and wrong.

Just try your best to be civil. You aren't perfect, but you sure aren't a mistake. Everyone in the world has lost something, loved something, and needs something, you aren't the lone ranger. We're in this together, so let's make it worthwhile.

And that's it for cheesy paragraph hour. Don't be a dick, beliefs are just that, beliefs. Deal with others'.
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a huge smile just showed up on my face when i realized that your name is bible after reading everything you said. this man here speaks the truth
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