Thank God I'm an Atheist

Stumbling never felt so dangerous

I have recently become addicted (in a good way) to this website/ search engine-type web page called StumbleUpon. I don’t know how many of you have been Stumbling, but I guarantee that it is worth a look. You never know what kind of site will be sent your way for you to Stumble across. Which brings me to the purpose of this blog. I tried posting it once already, but my laptop decided it was going to overreact to a momentary lapse of wi-fi action and kick me offline completely, taking my blog along with it. And of course, as I was writing it in between Ethics and Anthropology, I didn’t think it would be a big deal if I typed directly into the blog-posting page rather than on a word document.

But I digress. The website that I Stumbled on, honestly, scared me. I describe myself as an agnostic atheist for lack of better way to describe it. However, it is sites like the one I Stumbled on that really turn me off of mass, organized religions. This site, , is far from funny. It is comprised of quotes pulled from Christian forums, as well as those said in real life and on web pages such as Myspace. It honestly scared me that people can be this narrow-minded when it comes to religion, cultures, and sexuality.

Here’s a little taste:

“No, everyone is born Christian. Only later in life do people choose to stray from Jesus and worship satan instead. Atheists have the greatest "cover" of all, they insist they believe in no god yet most polls done and the latest research indicates that they are actually a different sect of Muslims.”

“There are a lot of things I have concluded to be wrong, without studying them in-depth. Evolution is one of them. The fact that I don't know that much about it does not bother me in the least.”

“How can anyone beleive we evolved from monkeys heres a few questions for people who beleive that
1.If we did evolve from monkeys then how come babies arent born monkeys
2.Even Darwin said his theories were wrong before he died so why do you still believe them you really not believe the bible it says we were created in seven days not millions of years come we cant speak monkey
Just for a fact ape like creatures are monkeys Just in case certain people get on this thread”

“Seriously, does anybody ever cry at an Atheist's funeral?
I mean, since Atheists have no value whatsoever as human beings (they're not even human, but only inhuman animals), since Atheists are nothing but miserable Liars, Cowards and Murderers, after all, why would anybody in their right mind weep over the dead rotting corpse, or bone chips and ashes (that get mixed together with those of others from the crematory) of a worthless dead Atheist?
And what epitaph do you engrave on an Atheist's grave marker? "Here lies the only good Atheist, which is a dead Atheist". What else is there say? Nothing at all. No last words, no last rites, no flowers, no anything.
Every time an Atheist dies, the world is better off as a result of that dead Atheist being dead, & its damned God-forsaken soul burning in the fiery pits of Hades. :)
Which begs another related question, do Atheists cry at funerals? If so, why? Since Atheists hate God, and they hate Family, and they hate Country, who are they crying for? It is true: The only good Atheist is a dead Atheist”

“This past spring I was expelled from my high school. Why? Because I'm a Christian. There was a girl in my class who was wiccan, and I didn't want demons to possess me or anyone else and save her from satan. So, I told her that her faith was evil and told her to accept Jesus as Savior and she would be saved. Simple as that. Just say the sinners prayer and you can be saved!
Well I got sent to the principal for that. She said I was 'discriminating' against her religion. I was only doing what the Bible, God, Jesus and my pastor said! How is that wrong!?
Well, afterwards I was forced to aplologize, even though it's a sin to, so I never meant what I said. So, instead I put a copy of a Jack Chick tract in her locker about how wicca and a paganism lead to murder, rape and other horrible things because it lets the devil get inside of you. I also left a little note about how she was going to hell. I was hoping she would see the error of her ways and repent from the evil, disgusting 'religion'.
Instead I was called down to the principal again and this time there were two police officers there. And they said I was under arrest for harrasing this girl and threatening her! What did I do? I just wanted her to accept Jesus and be saved! Now her family (all evil, stupid, disgusting god hating wiccans) want to sue me for discrimination and creating a hostile workplace! How is that fair? She's the one who's discriminating against me because I'm one with the LORD!
Jesus is the only way to salvation! It's that simple people! No pope, wicca, or anything stupid like that! JESUS ONLY! Why is is wrong to tell others that? It's all the fault of the ACLU and simlar atheist organizations trying to destroy us Christians. Next they'll want to genocide us for doing our Godly work.”

I don’t know about you readers out there, but this honestly scares me that people can be so narrow-minded, biased, misinformed, and uninformed. Not to mention lacking in intelligence. Some of the things on this site shock me, some disturb me, and some anger me to no end.

“The only solution we have to stop gays from recruiting other people is to cut off the source. They need to be taken to specialized containment centers where they will be forced to become straight and accept Jesus as thier savior and to repent from their disgusting, wicket, hatful, devilish ways. Those that refuse to go can either be forced, or banished from society in other specialized communities where they have no connetion to the outside world at all. Most would die of AIDS anyway. Anyone who refused any of the answers to make them better would have to be killed or banished.”

“Everyone knows scientists insist on using complex terminology to make it harder for True Christians to refute their claims.
Deoxyribonucleic Acid, for example... sounds impressive, right? But have you ever seen what happens if you put something in acid? It dissolves! If we had all this acid in our cells, we'd all dissolve! So much for the Theory of Evolution, Check MATE!”

“Me and like-minded Christian students are trying to organize a mock stoning of openly gay students at our campus. We will be using crumpled up gray/brown construction paper to represent rocks, and will recite bible verses in opposition to their sinful nature. We will throw a volley or two of these "rocks" at every Gay person we happen to encounter that day.”

“When two guy's have sex they can only penetrate eachother through the crack which I think is disgusting because of all the crap that's in there. They both must face the same direction and thus one guy's twig and berries will be projecting from the two. Because no man has a vagina they can't become one flesh when having normal sex.
Women don't have Jimmy and his two buddies hanging around so they can't naturally penetrate eachother and become one flesh.
Oral with dudes can't be natural because the legs will be poking out from different directions as will the ladies if they participate in oral sex.
Oral with the opposite sex still isn't natural because you still have the leg issue and often someone is further down if they are not on top of eachother.
Anal with opposites is still excluded from natural sex because once again your are sticking your think in a crap hole and a womans tits are usually projecting outward.
When the Bible is speaking of becoming one flesh it literally means that there is nothing sticking out in the clear and that the man and woman are facing eachother. Face to Face.”

“I think there are a lot more cases of people being agnostic or atheistic, but then getting off drugs in order to become Christians. I don't know any Christians who actually do drugs. That to me seems like more of an escape from reality that non-religious folk tend to get into.
It would take a lot of drugs to convince me that I could know anything about myself and the world by being an atheist. It would also take a lot of drugs to convince me, if I were an atheist, that morality had more meaning than the indigestion I felt when I drank bad water in Mexico.”

I mean, some of these things aren’t only ludicrous, they downright don’t make sense. Is this really the face of organized religion today, specifically Christianity? I mean, I was raised a Catholic, and I attended church for the first seven years of my life. I questioned to no end, and that eventually got me where I am today. But honestly-- mock stonings of homosexuals and talking about how evolution is impossible because we don’t speak monkey? How disturbing can it get? This sparks in me anger, sadness, and a loss of faith in humanity. I would like to think that these people represent a very small minority of Christians, but I know that it’s not entirely true. Education may have advanced since the dawn of Christianity, but many Christians that I encounter are just as ignorant. It doesn’t inspire much confidence in religion, in my case at least. I don’t believe in a God or gods, goddesses or any sort of deity, but that doesn’t mean I’m going to a hell I don’t believe exists. It doesn’t mean I’m a Satan-worshipper, as one poster so vehemently suggested. I tried religion. Not just Catholicism and Christianity. I studied Judaism, Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam, Wicca, Taoism, and Paganism, as well as many different aspects and sects of each. I did my research. Honestly, religion is just not for me. I admire religion for its contributions to education, politics, and society in general, but just because I don’t follow a prescribed path does not mean that I am damned. I believe in a personal truth, a sort of individual nirvana or enlightenment. I don’t believe in an afterlife, Purgatory, or a hell. I don’t believe in an eternal soul. I don’t believe in horoscopes, luck, or fate. I do believe in circumstance, chance, and the good in human nature. I don’t prescribe to traditional religions or the existence of good versus evil. I don’t believe in miracles, angels, or the common definition of sin. I don’t believe we are here for a purpose other than what we want to accomplish in life. I don’t believe in intelligent design, creationism, or a divine plan. It’s just not something I have come to accept in my study of religions.

But then I see sites like these, and I am thankful in a way that I have not fallen-- I say victim for lack of better word-- to the prejudices and misinformation that many people seem to suffer.

In the words of a clever bumper sticker, “Thank God I’m an atheist!”

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I can't even believe these

I can't even believe these comments. There is a billboard in the city by me that says "Imagine No Religion" quoting John Lennon that was put up by a local atheist/agnostic group. A local church in response to this is putting up a billboard that says "Why do Atheist Hate America". What?! I must have missed the atheist meeting where it was decided we hated America. Plus all the Christian groups who believe this country was started as a Christian nation (you know because Native American's didn't have any kind of religion and all of the founding fathers were super religious...) are against all of the freedoms in the bill of rights with the exception of the right to bear arms.

I used to post on a message

I used to post on a message board called CTZ, which was run by a bunch of Christian teens. I think they were 7th Day Adventists, so fairly fundamentalist. When I saw that list up there, 'disproving' evolution, I had this urge to reply and explain, because I think I explained those things about 3 million times on CTZ. I eventually got banned from CTZ for this. Obviously.
I couldn't even read through all those quotes, I had to stop at the 'Atheists don't cry at funerals' because I got too offended.

It has never made sense to me how Christians can proclaim to be all moral and good, if their morality comes from a fear of being punished by god, and look down on Atheists as being amoral, when the majority of them is just as 'moral' and even does it because they want to and they feel it's right, as opposed to simply being afraid of going to hell.

It is rather twisted. I've

It is rather twisted. I've always followed the ideology that freedom OF religion means freedom FROM religion. However, Native Americans DID have their own versions of religion, including creationist folklore and religious ceremonies, but it was nowhere near as extreme as what the face of organized religion is today. Now, it's either own up or you're quite literally damned in society. For all that about the USA being founded on the basis of freedom from religious persecution, we aren't seeing much of that embodied in today's culture. I mean, I was bastardized by the Catholic church when my parents got divorced because my mom's a lesbian. So I don't exactly have a soft spot in my heart for religion, but today, seeing things like this, I've never been more proud of that decision.

These quotes make me sick!

This makes me feel ashamed to be Catholic (although I'm sure that wasn't the intent of this post because that would be discrimination, no?). Even though the quotes make a bad name for anyone who identifies as Christian (because that doesn't have to mean you do absolutely everything the Church tells you)this post is completely legitimate when it comes to showing how dense some people can be. Even though at times we claim to be the civilized ones, Catholics can still be just as unreasonable. Things I've heard like "Are you calling our Lord, Jesus a monkey?" and "Even if you're committing the sin of premarital sex, don't use condoms or BC because you'll just sin more" makes me want to give up.

This is the face of

This is the face of religion. Ideologies are sets of beliefs that cannot be disproven or proven, but that doesn't mean they have to make sense. To Catholics, Jews, Muslims, etc., everyone else is following a warped path, a path of sin. It's just the way mainstream religion is. They preach tolerance, but only of some things, and rarely practice it. It's a sad truth, but as a general rule, it can't be denied. There are the exceptions of course, such as yourself. I had no intentions of making people ashamed of their religious beliefs. I merely wanted to open up their eyes to how brutal and utterly unintelligent religion can be. But, it's all a matter of perspective when you get right down to it.

First off....the stumble

First off....the stumble button is AMAZING!!! And I have stumbled on many sites like that. It actually makes me sad. Someone asked me how I can still be an atheist after I had a baby. (saying that children are a gift from god and a miracle.) The entire time (it was a nurse who gave me a 10 minute lecture)I was thinking...well babies are made when you have sex...hmmm. But I agree with everything that you said and I'm glad you voice your opinions!


Yeah, stumbleupon is pretty much the win.

As for those quotes - by and large, I find that these sorts of thoughts are more of a subliminal thing, if hte person feels that way. I've met reasonable christians, and I've met unreasonable ones. I've met fatalist ones, i.e. "eh, I'm a christian because I am."

I met a guy in my college dorm, it was terrible. He claimed that he respects atheism less than any world religion because of the lack of a belief in a god. Then he'd get upset at me for being "disrespectful" when I called his religious text a "book."

For those still reading: Here's what you do in these sorts of situations. Propose a religion, call it, say, "Pastafarianism." Propose that this religion has thousands of followers, believes in a flying spaghetti monster, and has a religious text. Then, ask: Would you burn this text? Would you disrespect my noodly god?

You'll find often that there's a double standard. THEIR religion demands respect, but others don't because it isn't theirs. I find this to be both frustrating and amusing; how do you doublethink like this without your head spinning?

This friend claimed he'd put "the good book" under my door after I get back from break. I reminded him that I've been needing more burnpaper, and bible paper actually works great for starting a fire. It's really thin - you can scrunch a few up and you end up using less of it than you would newspaper. He got pretty upset; maybe I pressed a little too hard, but my point got across - why does his religious text get so much respect, when no other book does? It's insane.

I'm supposed to be meeting my mother's husbands' family for christmas dinner. They're extremely religious - after being at college, I've decided not ti hide my atheist any longer. I keep getting told to shut up about it and just say I'm a christian - I did that for awhile, but this year I won't.

Good luck out there


To be honest it can be quite

To be honest it can be quite fun baiting the christians although it sometimes leaves me feeling like a bit of cruel bully - its like kicking a puppy. We should have some compassion really - if you believe in god these days you must be a bit thick and not really have an ability to work stuff out for yourself. Thankfully in the UK christianity is disappearing slowly but surely each year and our immigrant muslim population seems to lose a little bit more religion with each generation.

I firmly believe that fundamental christianity and islam is a reaction against the steady decline amongst the youth, perhaps not so much in belief, but certainly in strict adherence to their religions.

StumbleUpon is awesome, and

StumbleUpon is awesome, and is the only reason I found this post. Excellent!

Also, I don't see it anywhere in your post (my apologies if you've covered it) but have you gone to It's short for Fundies Say The Darnedest Things, but they also have Conspiracy Theorists and Racists sections, filled with awful/hilarious/scary quotes. It sounds like FreeThoughtPedia stole some of their quotes, but I could be wrong. See, I admitted it, I don't know everything.

I currently live in a "fundie" Christian household, and for the most part, my mum's all "live and let live", but she hates atheism and homosexuality with a VENGEANCE. I'm a bisexual agnostic atheist, which I'm guessing means I'm all that she hates incarnate, right? :P Anyway, I've got a real life pearl straight from her mouth for ya...

"You see how these gays want to get married? It's the end times!"

Atheism and religion

I just stumbled on kym's post of Sept (22?) with all the awful quotes from Christians. I've never posted on a blog but I felt compelled to weigh in on this one. I'm a Pagan and believe firmly in a higher power to use the accepted term however I find that I have more in common with atheists than anyone of any religious bent. I too feel angry, sad and often afraid when I read things of this nature. The atheists and the pagans will all be burned in the same fire if these people have their way. I'm a bit outside your age demographics but I'm glad to know that young women care about this so passionately. No matter what force, seen or unseen that you choose to put your faith in keep on expressing your opinions and beliefs for all to hear. Atheists are probably the most tolerant because they have no agenda. Even as a supposedly tolerant pagan I often feel angry towards any religious person who tries to denounce anyone else's beliefs. I have stumbled on the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster and thought it was great. Check out the Goat on a pole site. Equally as ludicrous and brilliant. I like paganism because it's about real things like the earth, Gaia, the four directions, the four elements, the sun, moon and planets, cycle of the season etc. I believe that is where true spirituality comes from and not some religious dogma accepted by the masses. By and large the masses are pretty stupid. I recently found a quote I like a lot..."Study of the scriptures is fruitless as long as Deity has not been experienced. And when Deity is experienced, it is useless to read the scriptures." from The Vivekacudamani by Sri Sankaracarya. If you believe in love, beauty, truth and yourself than there is no's not about the thing it's about the courage of your belief. Let's give up ALL the labels, shall we. How about this...My God is Love, My race is Human and my religion is Oneness. You are the next generation of intelligent, free-thinking warrior women of the new age. The planet needs you to survive. Stand together and stay strong for all of us. Go All Girl Army!!!!!!


You know its interesting, I "stumbled" upon this blog through the same application (this same blog post!) I have been looking for a new blog that suits me as a young feminist! Now I feel like I have a place for feminist opinions and support, and all because I "stumbled" upon it.

I read this and...

Absolutely loved it. Can't think of much to say. But yeah. It was amazing. I couldn't believe all the moronic quotes I saw. I was shocked at some of them. That my friends, is why I am an atheist.

I don't know what's more disturbing.

The fact that there are people with some sort of presumed intelligence (they can turn on a computer and find their way around the internet, for starters) that actually BELIEVE this kind of garbage, or that it's so incredibly easy to disseminate these ideas using something as seemingly innocent as Stumbleupon.

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that "christian quotes" page

that "christian quotes" page is 100 percent satire. It's not supposed to be taken literally, but rather is mocking Christians. I think it's hilarious.
just look at some of these gems:

"so you think if no one believed in any religion there would be no wars or fighting? i think it would be worse. i know if i didn't fear god's judgement i would have killed many many times."

"To say the Bible was written by men and may contain inaccuracies completely contradicts the word of the Bible."

"There are a lot of things I have concluded to be wrong, without studying them in-depth. Evolution is one of them. The fact that I don't know that much about it does not bother me in the least."

The Obnoxious Minority

Hi Kym. Though I, being male, clearly don't hold rank in the "All Girl Army," I'll comment anyhow.

"Funny Theist Quotes" are funny because we can see the logical absurdities, contradictions, and hypocrisies without even having to look very hard. They speak nonsense with absolute conviction and zero understanding.

Fact is, the Internet is a wonderful, terrible, grand, paltry, majestic, irrelevant, fascinating, horrifying place. Though it gives the power of spreading "the message" to these sorts of lowbrow, shit-slinging types of people, only those who are prone to having, or already have, that mindset will readily accept that nonsense. I can only say that it's fortunate that, though they are an extremely outspoken, emotionally unstable, and generally obnoxious group, they are a minority which is both small and concentrated.



A couple of points to be made:
1. StumbleUpon is amazing. I stumbled on your blog, and while I usually just skip over most, I read yours.
2. I went to the website to read some more of the "christian" quotes, and was astounded by the arrogance and ignorance of some.
3. I know plenty of Christians, and each of them stick by the fact that the only way to be a true Christian is to keep and objective view of other people's way of believing in their own spirituality or religion. To be truly Christian, you must ACCEPT everyone.
4. Just the fact that people have actually said these things and feel that they are the only ones who know how to live virtuously disgusts me.
5. This may sound completely hypocritical, but the intolerance of many angers my very life force. There is no excuse for objectifying others for lifestyle choices, no matter what you believe or how you live.
6. I agree with your blog completely.

Agnosit Atheist

Religion propagates by indoctrination of the young. Religion grows by providing meaning to those unable to find it for themselves. And religion is strengthened by creating enemies from the mist. Faith has never relied on reason to form its foundation. Thus it is not surprising that many of its adherents are mostly devoid of the faculties of logic and reason. Immutable feelings and emotion coupled with a deep seated need not to be wrong guide their daily lives. Add in a sprinkling belief of devils and demons and it is surprising that race is still around.

(Perhaps a better term with which to describe your views, as opposed to agnostic atheist, would be "tea pot atheist". I am not sure who coined the term, but it was brought to my attention by Sir Richard Dawkins. The explanation was something along the lines of "I do not believe that there is a tea pot in the rings of Saturn, but I cannot rule out the possibility that it is there." Hope this is useful (or at least interesting).)

Comme Si, Comme Sa

"Too many times, religion mothers crimes and wickedness." -Lucretius

Truer words were never spoken.

There are open-minded religious people out there, and there are closed-minded religious people.

I can only hope that as time goes on, those with closed minds will shrink in numbers, for lack of a better way to put it.

A bit low, I think

A bit low, I think, (tomaz) to insinuate that ALL who believe in God/gods/Flying Spaghetti Monsters are a bit thick and can't think for themselves. I find that it is not faith that is the problem, it is how man interprets faith into religion.

TO the original post, it is a pity how narrowminded the religious can be. However, the same goes for the nonreligious, some who are firmly against ANY religion... they can be pretty intolerant. I suppose we are conditioned to believe what we are taught; it is only the questioning minds who are free to escape the cycle. As for me, I am still a Catholic, which is surprising, considering I learned how to curse at a Catholic elementary school. But I believe in a loving God who gave humans brains so we can use them, and not just sit around and drink the Kool-Aid.

I cried.

A few of those brought tears to my eyes. It seriously scares me and hurts me that there are people like that. I really don't think the world is going to survive for much longer like this. I dislike people like that. I don't mind the Christians that are okay with stuff like this, but not like those. How can they think that because I, and you, as Athiests aren't human?

Very nice blog. It made me join the site when I stumbled upon it.

I hate idiot bigots.

Nice blog. I am atheist myself. I can't stand when people start mouthing off about things they don't understand and are not informed about.

By the way this is my first post here. I am a guy that was brought up with the moral of equal rights for all period.


funny how i Stumbled upon this blog....

its sick how ignorant some are....


funny how i Stumbled upon this blog....

its sick how ignorant some are....

Ironic I Stumbled Upon this...

Man, most of these posters sound like they have the IQ of a rock...

The one that talked about evolution and speaking monkey was ridiculous.

I know that, in this world, there are many close-minded, ignorant individuals, but this is a startling testament to that reality.

i stumbled upon

At one time in my life, for many years, I was a Christian. I am now an atheist, thank god. Yes there are some very disturbed christians in this country.

As a Wiccan, and a lesbian,

As a Wiccan, and a lesbian, I'm utterly disgusted by what the Christian religion has done over the years. I realize that not all Christians are ignorant, bigoted people... yet it's clear that a good amount are. In all reality... all of the good points of Christianity was stolen from the Pagan religion. Which is why Christmas was banned in the Puritan society. I'm ex-catholic myself and had to sit through mass with the monsignor ranting about the evils of homosexuality as I sat there with my fists clenched and jaw tight. This hatred, this IGNORANCE, is what led to both the Salem Witch Trials, AND the Holocaust. It's amazing what little amount of love, and acceptance they truly know. Heck, I've had my fair share of run ins with people who have told me that I'm vile and should go back to the "Lord". In all reality, the ones who say these things and claim to be Christians are not so. In fact, the God Squad runs in the complete opposite direction as what the bible says. What of "Love thy neighbor"? "Though shall not kill"? "Do unto others as you would like them to do unto you"? Yet, while they preach these things, how many of them wear clothing of multiple material? Or eat shellfish? Both of which are a sin. Yet, they say I shall go to hell for I am hateful, deserve to die, make them sick and should be punished for my sins? I have yet to have some one reply back to my questions when I ask them "who shall the Lord punish more? I who loved? Or you who hated because I love?" or, "how have I wronged you?", or even "how would you feel if you couldn't marry the one you loved?" Never, have I had an answer. I wonder why.

(Yes, and I thank the Stumble button for finding this)


It's almost a comedy,,, The bible is just a compiled bit of verbiage voted on by an all male council with an agenda to control the masses so long ago that almost nobody bothers to remember it!

Who cares what spin is now put on what is written in it?

I can't put any sharper point on it.

On being critical

To read most of the posts here, one would think that religious people (especially Christians) had a monopoly on intolerance and hatred and closed mindedness.

Just for the record, Does anyone on this forum know how many people have been murdered or executed during times of "peace" by "atheistic" governments during the past 100-150 years?

You might want to take some time check this out; Because if you add up all the dead of every "religious" conflict since the beginning of recorded history, 2 world wars, the Korean & Vietnam wars, and any other recent wars, the number would not even come close to those who have been murdered in peace time by Atheistic governments.

How many educational institutions or hospitals have been founded by compassionate or benevolent atheists? Or how about rescue missions to assist the homeless, disaster relief, or assistance to widows & orphans?

My point here is, it is always easy to point a finger at another, but when we chose to be critical... be sure to watch out for the three fingers that point back at ourselves.

I will be first to admit that there certainly has been a lot of "wrong" done in the name of "Christianity", but a lot of good has been done as well.

If you could snap your fingers and every influence made by Christianity through out history (good & bad) would suddenly disappear... what do you think the world would be like today? Do you honestly think the world would be better or a worse place to live?

I believe in God.

And I believe in Jesus. Maybe not the literal word of the Bible, but I do belief it is a treasure trove of ancient wisdom, and I do belief that Jesus was an enlightened master, and one of the highest human beings. We are all sons and daughters of Gods, he just realized it.

But damn, I've said it before, and I'll say it again: The greatest enemy Jesus Christ has on this Earth is Christianity.

Cant we all just get along?

you are so answer up here Luckylee218!!

However, we should just be accepting each other for who we are and not who we pray to, yea it effects who we are and sometimes forces us to be ignorant and foolish, but as girls we should stand together and know that whatever religion we choose, it will not effect our personalities or activities in harmful ways

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I don't have anything

I don't have anything against people who are atheists, but I don't understand how you can become one after you have already been raised in a certain religion.

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Atheism is quite logical if you read Richard Dawkins

I was at the book store the other day and I highly recommend Dawkins book for a better understanding of atheism. A friend, an intelligent lapsed Jew who observes the Sabbath for reasons of cultural solidarity, describes himself as a Tooth Fairy Agnostic. He will not call himself an atheist because it is in principle impossible to prove a negative. But "agnostic" on its own might suggest that he though God's existence or non-existence equally likely. In fact, though strictly agnostic about god, he considers God's existence no more probable than the Tooth Fairy's.
A friend of mine, a Scottsdale escort, Bertrand Russell, used a hypothetical teapot in orbit about Mars for the same didactic purpose. You have to be agnostic about the teapot, but that doesn't mean you treat the likelihood of its existence as being on all fours with its non-existence.

What does all of this have to do with sex? Well, absolutely nothing. You see atheists know better than to take a moral stand on such subjects. Sex is after all...just natural.

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RE: Title

For the record, "Thank God I'm an Atheist" isn't just a clever bumper sticker. It's a quote from Aleister Crowley.

A lot of the forum quotes remind me of posts I have made in Christian forums, simply to see how extreme I could get and still have people agree with me. I sincerely hope I am not the only one who practices this form of edutainment.


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