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#121 - That's kind of the whole reason its called faith. As in; Faith…  [+] (1 reply) 09/26/2016 on darwin 0
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#122 - popeflatus (09/26/2016) [-]
Faith is the most dishonest position that a person can take though. Faith, in a religious sense, means believing in impossible nonsense for no good reason. The Bible makes many claims about the universe from it's origins to the beginning of Mankind. These claims have been shown to be wrong so there is no reason to believe in them. If you still believe in Adam and Eve then you're simply allowing a delusion to overcome your rational mind.
#115 - Almost responded like did you read the ******* post? But then itumblr.  [+] (4 replies) 09/15/2016 on Trumper Comp46 -payforplay... +3
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#134 - fluffypain (09/15/2016) [-]
but... you responded?
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#137 - atheistzilla (09/15/2016) [-]
read again schnitzel boy
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#138 - fluffypain (09/15/2016) [-]
"Almost responded like did you read the fucking post? But then itumblr." is a response, faguette
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#179 - atheistzilla (09/15/2016) [-]
yes but he is talking about how he almost responded in a different manner. not about how he wouldn't respond at all.

you bradw├╝rst shlucker you
#150 - Well I'm blessed with a full time job that isn't to bad, and a…  [+] (1 reply) 09/13/2016 on either or 0
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#152 - infinitereaper (09/13/2016) [-]
Well if you're going to live that lifestyle you might as well make sure to keep the doses low and at regular intervals. You'll probably live longer. I only drink occasionally.
#139 - Large portion of my diet is also drugs. Just by choice ins…  [+] (3 replies) 09/13/2016 on either or 0
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#146 - infinitereaper (09/13/2016) [-]
I couldn't afford such a lifestyle, I mean shit, with the cost of meds these days I might even be forced to make crystal meth just to treat my narcolepsy, granted I'm not sure if it's cheaper, hopefully my new doctors pan out.
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#150 - rageisfunny (09/13/2016) [-]
Well I'm blessed with a full time job that isn't to bad, and a lack of any health bills. I do drugs and drink instead of dealing with emotions and faggoty stuff like that.
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#152 - infinitereaper (09/13/2016) [-]
Well if you're going to live that lifestyle you might as well make sure to keep the doses low and at regular intervals. You'll probably live longer. I only drink occasionally.
#151 - Which brings me back to my original point about faith being ab…  [+] (5 replies) 09/11/2016 on king pedo +3
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#161 - popeflatus (09/11/2016) [-]
You can believe that there are magic fairies talking to you but it obviously doesn't mean that there are. One is far better served by employing reason as opposed to fantasy nonsense.

We know that many of the Bible stories are indeed false. Adam and Eve, Noah's Ark and the Moses stories have all been proven to be utterly false. So belief in the Bible god is no different than belief in Voldemort.
#233 - anon (09/11/2016) [-]
Gonna play devil's advocate here keep in mind that I'm an Atheist, but I was raised as a Christian . Those stories are NOT meant to be taken literally. While the Adam and Eve story most certainly has no basis in fact although it's not uncommon for the first modern homo sapiens to be referred to as the 'Biological Adam and Eve' , there IS geological evidence to suggest that a major flood occurred around the area of Mesopotamia modern-day Iraq, where some of the first major civilizations first appeared around 4000-5000 years ago - while there's no remains of an ark it was certainly possible to build a large boat of the dimensions given in Genesis given enough time and materials, and it is known that Egypt had Jewish slaves up until sometime during the reign of Ramses II the Pharoah mentioned in Exodus - granted, the 'Parting the Red Sea' bit is stretching it.
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#235 - popeflatus (09/11/2016) [-]
You say that those stories are not to be taken literally but there is no nidication anywhere in the Bible that that is the case. Even Jesus's lineages are given going back to Adam! It's just convenient for religions like Catholicism to reinterpret the Bible to appear more "realistic".

A localized flood is no big deal and is common now as well of course. Y-Chromosomal Adam and mitochondrial Eve didn't even live at the same time either. There is also no evidence that there were Jewish slaves in Egypt at all. None. The Moses story is an amalgamation of several other older stories from both Egypt and Mesopotamia.
#240 - popeflatus (09/11/2016) [-]
arreatface

"correctly read a Bible". Lol. Logical fallacy much, friend?

Are you aware that over 40% of the US population actually do indeed take the Bible literally? As I've already said elsewhere here, those stories were copied from pre-existing cultures and re-written to include the Israelite god.

There is still obviously no evidence that this god exists at all, remember. Nice close with the usual tired fedora quip.
#238 - arreatface (09/11/2016) [-]
"Im litteraly incapable of reading the inherent symbolic of things and therefore it's just fairy stories and brainwashing people into giving money"
-You

just because you don't understand something, or never have taken the time to correctly read a bible in your life, doesnt mean we all have to agree with your skewed vision of religion.
Also trying to analyze rationnaly the events described in a book like the Flood, Adam and Eve or the Exodus , again, full of symbolism, is the epitome of neckbeard faggotry.
#147 - Same goes when you claim there is not a God, buddy. Gotta prove it.  [+] (7 replies) 09/11/2016 on king pedo +3
#150 - popeflatus (09/11/2016) [-]
The person who makes the positive truth claim is the one who has to bring the evidence. You can't prove negatives, matey.
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#151 - rageisfunny (09/11/2016) [-]
Which brings me back to my original point about faith being about believing and not just about cold, hard truth. Its something you can neither prove nor disprove, that's the whole point.
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#161 - popeflatus (09/11/2016) [-]
You can believe that there are magic fairies talking to you but it obviously doesn't mean that there are. One is far better served by employing reason as opposed to fantasy nonsense.

We know that many of the Bible stories are indeed false. Adam and Eve, Noah's Ark and the Moses stories have all been proven to be utterly false. So belief in the Bible god is no different than belief in Voldemort.
#233 - anon (09/11/2016) [-]
Gonna play devil's advocate here keep in mind that I'm an Atheist, but I was raised as a Christian . Those stories are NOT meant to be taken literally. While the Adam and Eve story most certainly has no basis in fact although it's not uncommon for the first modern homo sapiens to be referred to as the 'Biological Adam and Eve' , there IS geological evidence to suggest that a major flood occurred around the area of Mesopotamia modern-day Iraq, where some of the first major civilizations first appeared around 4000-5000 years ago - while there's no remains of an ark it was certainly possible to build a large boat of the dimensions given in Genesis given enough time and materials, and it is known that Egypt had Jewish slaves up until sometime during the reign of Ramses II the Pharoah mentioned in Exodus - granted, the 'Parting the Red Sea' bit is stretching it.
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#235 - popeflatus (09/11/2016) [-]
You say that those stories are not to be taken literally but there is no nidication anywhere in the Bible that that is the case. Even Jesus's lineages are given going back to Adam! It's just convenient for religions like Catholicism to reinterpret the Bible to appear more "realistic".

A localized flood is no big deal and is common now as well of course. Y-Chromosomal Adam and mitochondrial Eve didn't even live at the same time either. There is also no evidence that there were Jewish slaves in Egypt at all. None. The Moses story is an amalgamation of several other older stories from both Egypt and Mesopotamia.
#240 - popeflatus (09/11/2016) [-]
arreatface

"correctly read a Bible". Lol. Logical fallacy much, friend?

Are you aware that over 40% of the US population actually do indeed take the Bible literally? As I've already said elsewhere here, those stories were copied from pre-existing cultures and re-written to include the Israelite god.

There is still obviously no evidence that this god exists at all, remember. Nice close with the usual tired fedora quip.
#238 - arreatface (09/11/2016) [-]
"Im litteraly incapable of reading the inherent symbolic of things and therefore it's just fairy stories and brainwashing people into giving money"
-You

just because you don't understand something, or never have taken the time to correctly read a bible in your life, doesnt mean we all have to agree with your skewed vision of religion.
Also trying to analyze rationnaly the events described in a book like the Flood, Adam and Eve or the Exodus , again, full of symbolism, is the epitome of neckbeard faggotry.
#93 - The thing is man, its not something you can prove or disprove …  [+] (16 replies) 09/11/2016 on king pedo +7
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#96 - popeflatus (09/11/2016) [-]
Faith is just pretending that something is real when it isn't. If someone claims that a god is real then they have the burden of proof. No proof means that the claim is dismissed.
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#147 - rageisfunny (09/11/2016) [-]
Same goes when you claim there is not a God, buddy. Gotta prove it.
#150 - popeflatus (09/11/2016) [-]
The person who makes the positive truth claim is the one who has to bring the evidence. You can't prove negatives, matey.
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#151 - rageisfunny (09/11/2016) [-]
Which brings me back to my original point about faith being about believing and not just about cold, hard truth. Its something you can neither prove nor disprove, that's the whole point.
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#161 - popeflatus (09/11/2016) [-]
You can believe that there are magic fairies talking to you but it obviously doesn't mean that there are. One is far better served by employing reason as opposed to fantasy nonsense.

We know that many of the Bible stories are indeed false. Adam and Eve, Noah's Ark and the Moses stories have all been proven to be utterly false. So belief in the Bible god is no different than belief in Voldemort.
#233 - anon (09/11/2016) [-]
Gonna play devil's advocate here keep in mind that I'm an Atheist, but I was raised as a Christian . Those stories are NOT meant to be taken literally. While the Adam and Eve story most certainly has no basis in fact although it's not uncommon for the first modern homo sapiens to be referred to as the 'Biological Adam and Eve' , there IS geological evidence to suggest that a major flood occurred around the area of Mesopotamia modern-day Iraq, where some of the first major civilizations first appeared around 4000-5000 years ago - while there's no remains of an ark it was certainly possible to build a large boat of the dimensions given in Genesis given enough time and materials, and it is known that Egypt had Jewish slaves up until sometime during the reign of Ramses II the Pharoah mentioned in Exodus - granted, the 'Parting the Red Sea' bit is stretching it.
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#235 - popeflatus (09/11/2016) [-]
You say that those stories are not to be taken literally but there is no nidication anywhere in the Bible that that is the case. Even Jesus's lineages are given going back to Adam! It's just convenient for religions like Catholicism to reinterpret the Bible to appear more "realistic".

A localized flood is no big deal and is common now as well of course. Y-Chromosomal Adam and mitochondrial Eve didn't even live at the same time either. There is also no evidence that there were Jewish slaves in Egypt at all. None. The Moses story is an amalgamation of several other older stories from both Egypt and Mesopotamia.
#240 - popeflatus (09/11/2016) [-]
arreatface

"correctly read a Bible". Lol. Logical fallacy much, friend?

Are you aware that over 40% of the US population actually do indeed take the Bible literally? As I've already said elsewhere here, those stories were copied from pre-existing cultures and re-written to include the Israelite god.

There is still obviously no evidence that this god exists at all, remember. Nice close with the usual tired fedora quip.
#238 - arreatface (09/11/2016) [-]
"Im litteraly incapable of reading the inherent symbolic of things and therefore it's just fairy stories and brainwashing people into giving money"
-You

just because you don't understand something, or never have taken the time to correctly read a bible in your life, doesnt mean we all have to agree with your skewed vision of religion.
Also trying to analyze rationnaly the events described in a book like the Flood, Adam and Eve or the Exodus , again, full of symbolism, is the epitome of neckbeard faggotry.
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#116 - hurpfry (09/11/2016) [-]
I get what you're saying but faith isn't pretending like something that isn't real is, it's believing something to be true with no evidence towards it.
Similar, but not the same.
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#252 - arreatface (09/11/2016) [-]
Popeflatus

so 40% of the american population are bible bashing idiots, so you're just going to do the same thing ?

nice argument there pal
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#254 - popeflatus (09/11/2016) [-]
Not at all. 40% of the population think that they can ignore science like evolution and replace it with a delusion. I'd prefer to educate people about what is actually true.
#255 - arreatface (09/11/2016) [-]
you skipped my point about the bible being a symbolistic thing

""educating""

you mean posting narrow minded comments on a funny image site ?

also if 40% of idiots take the bible litteraly doesnt mean you have to do the same
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#256 - popeflatus (09/11/2016) [-]
I already adressed the 'symbolic' interpretation by saying that there is nothing in the Bible to suggest that anything thre is symbolic. When stories are shown to be false, like Adam and Eve, then people just 'interpret' the stories in a way that they see fit. They think that you can make a story say whatever you like and somehow that makes it somewhat true.

It doesn't of course. The Bible stories have no evidence and so their claims are rejected. They are mythology like the rest of the religious stories told by humans all around the world for thousands of years.

You call my comments narrow minded, but all I've done is talk about using evidence to verify claims. That is not narrow mindedness, it is how logic and science actually work.

Science cures diseases and no prayer has ever done anything ever.
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#281 - arreatface (09/11/2016) [-]
so why not just treat it as what it is, mythology ?
instead of going on rants ?
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#301 - popeflatus (09/12/2016) [-]
Because many people think that it is real. Believing in nonsense can cause people to make bad decisions that have a negative impact on themselves and society as a whole.

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