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Religion is ridiculous. Religious people are all ridiculous.

  • TryThat
  • December 31, 2011, 11:16 pm
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    there is a difference between real christians - those who actually base their lives on jesus' teachings of love, hence the name 'christian', and people who call themselves christians but only try to empower themselves and make their 'religion' secure by the persecution of others.
    Personally i'm agnostic and refuse to venerate anything, but i hold respect for proper religious people, not just so-called religious nutters.
    People such as Obama and the vast majority of people you'll find going to church are proper christians whose faith can be respected. The westboro baptist church on the other hand, aren't christians at all.

    It's always boggled my mind how faith is something to be respected. I could believe in unicorns, and I'd be called a nutter. Why isn't it the same for believing in a Jewish zombie? (who never even existed as a human actually)
    - Ertrov January 1, 2012, 8:45 am
    actually, there have been various accounts detailing his life, not just from the bible. I doubt very much Christianity itself would have even started, let alone become a worldwide system if he hadn't existed. Here is a man who preached a love of all mankind, and although much of the biblical assertions, such as the walking on water or the resurrection, aren't exactly credible, he did exist, and people will venerate him for what he taught. As i said, i refuse to worship anybody, but I still hold Christ in immense respect for what he did - if not his religious teachings, his moral ones.
    As for belief in a god, it isn't like believing in unicorns. Yes, you can't prove his existence, but you can't prove he doesn't exist either. The existence of god is perfectly viable - take the cosmological argument, for instance: for every consequence or effect, there must be a cause, however something cannot cause itself. As such, if infinite regress is impossible, something had to have been the original cause of everything subsequently - which is called God. It is just theory, but it's perfectly possible theory, as is his nonexistence. If you want to believe or disbelieve, fine, but at least have some respect for someone believing something which cannot be proved, since your own view cannot be proved either.
    - Bekenel January 1, 2012, 9:17 am
    I have no doubt that there once was a man called Jesus.
    But he was NOT the son of 'god' and he couldn't perform miracles and walk on water & turn water into wine & all that shit.
    To be honest, there is absolutely no evidence of 'god' that is credible. Jesus, yes, but without miracles, 'god', no.
    - TryThat January 1, 2012, 9:53 am
    First of all, no. Didn't exist. We don't have a shred of evidence outside of accounts by christians that can all be shown to either be written over 100 years after the fact (Like the four gospels, (3 of which are just based on Mark) and the others are completely mixed up on the facts. Paul's letters are from a time shortly after Jesus supposedly lived, yet scholars agree that Paul and many other christians thought Jesus was more of a spiritual figure, and had maybe never even visited earth. That idea came 100 years later, when it reached the "myth" stage. How could someone supposedly so well known have such a tough time being proven to exist mere years after his death?

    Also, the story of Jesus is just a rip-off of many other mythological stories before him. Seriously, look it up. The virgin-born son of god who comes in human form and is then killed by humans and raised from the dead is repeated over and over in history before the new testament.

    Now, onto 'his' teachings. I'll just ask this: which moral lesson did you like better, gays are evil, or women are less important than men?

    Edit: also on the morals of the bible: "My three delightful children are my only chance of at a second life, or even an immortal one. And I'll tell you something; if I was told to sacrifice them to prove my devotion to God and admire the man who said, "Yes, I'll GUT MY KID to show my love of God." I'd say, No... FUCK YOU!" - Christopher Hitchens
    - Ertrov January 1, 2012, 10:08 am
    You should doubt it. I'd recommend the film "The God That Wasn't There" for a brief introduction into the case against Jesus's existence.
    - Ertrov January 1, 2012, 10:09 am
    I think there probably was a simple man, called Jesus at some point in time that these stories are about but they have exagerated them massively.
    'Feeding of the 5000' - I would imagine he fed 2 or 3 people, then someone changed it to 10 to make him sound better, then someone said 50 and it just escalated until it was written down in the bible as 5000.

    The parting of the waves, science has shown that there was a tsunami at around the the that occured, and he didn't escape with however many 1000 the bible claimed, just maybe 5 or something.

    There was no miracles that occured, simple exageration & natural occurances that coincide with things he did.
    - TryThat January 1, 2012, 10:42 am
    Again, watch the film. There's is NO evidence that he ever existed any more than any other mythological hero.
    - Ertrov January 1, 2012, 10:47 am
    i never said evidence, only possible theory. there's no way to prove he exists or doesn't.
    - Bekenel January 1, 2012, 11:45 am
    Where did i said i agreed with the teaching of any of the bible? i really hate much of what the bible teaches, i only really respect jesus' teachings.
    And okay, if Jesus didn't exist, then how in the FUCK did christianity itself even come into being? and okay, if we can't prove he existed, please prove he didn't. please prove that everything about him is absolutely, irrefutably false. Prove he was a rip-off of mythology. Exactly, you can't prove it. There's only conspiracy theories that can never be proved. So, exactly how can you say absolutely that he didn't exist? you can believe it all you want, but there is no knowing that he didn't.
    - Bekenel January 1, 2012, 11:50 am
    The same way every other religion gets started: lies and rumors turning to legend turning to belief. Unless you actually believe in every other god ever invented? Yeah, I thought not.

    The problem is your premise for burden of proof is wrong. I don't have to disprove his existence, you have to prove it. Just like if I claimed I had an invisible unicorn, the burden of proof is on me to prove it exists rather than you to prove it doesn't.

    But besides that, I have stated proof. The timing of when the books were written, the lack of physical evidence, etc. everything you apparently failed to grasp that I wrote. That, when combined is more than enough evidence to draw the conclusion that he never existed. Deny it all you want, but it's just stubbornness.
    - Ertrov January 1, 2012, 12:07 pm
    How do you know it is lies? as i have said, just because it can't be proved, it doesn't need to be false. if you claimed you had an invisible unicorn, you'd know it to be false anyway, you wouldn't need to prove it, and besides, it can actually be proved that having an invisible unicorn is false. on the other hand, reasons for the existence of Christ are not incredible and it still cannot be proved that he did not exist.
    And your theory is still no more than theory, there is no proof. There is only evidence to help your theory. And fine, the books were written later, but have you ever heard of something called speaking? something doesn't need to be written down for it to be known.
    And besides that, i failed to grasp nothing, whereas you are still saying that, if there is no proof it must be false, ignoring everything i have said. No, it is not enough evidence to logically prove he did not exist, it only brings reason to suggest that he didn't - there is still no actual proof. There's something missing to prove his existence, fine, but that still doesn't mean he cannot have existed - there is nothing conclusive at all.
    - Bekenel January 1, 2012, 1:22 pm
    try again ertov. your argument is flawed. A believer has nothing to prove to you. Jesus the man walked the earth and like many great men before him preached love and peace. How man has messed up the message is another debate, but to say he was not flesh and blood man who did walk the earth, well that proof is on you. Jesus was the son of God. We are all children of God. Here is the good news though. You don't have to believe in Jesus. He believes in you and wants you and all to have a happy life. He does not care about petty arguments like you have given. He cares about love. Ask yourself what is more important, the man or the message? I say the message of love. I, WE love you and hope you have a wonderful year sugar tits.
    - johnecash January 1, 2012, 1:22 pm
    and thats exactly why everyone should be agnostic. something could exist, but well never know without proof. i can understand devising theories, like the christian existence of "god" but it should remain as a theory, not taught as fact. Scientists and physicists can call something a theory and accept the fact that they cant 100% prove it. why cant religious people do the same?
    - bufus101 January 1, 2012, 1:27 pm
    Personally i just hate anybody claiming knowledge of something that can't be proved. belief or rejection of belief is fine as long as you don't claim to know and force it on others. So, i believe there was a man called Jesus, who taught heavily influential and good moral lessons, but i don't believe he was the son of god. And that is all my belief, i claim to know absolutely nothing about it, and i prefer it that way.
    - Bekenel January 1, 2012, 1:34 pm
    exactly, and there isn't any way to disprove it either. We're all better off if nobody claims knowledge, and only holds belief. I agree with you entirely that agnosticism for such matters is what is best
    - Bekenel January 1, 2012, 1:36 pm
    At this point in time I own an invisible fly. This fly can be anywhere it chooses at any given point in time & even in 2 places at once if it wants. You cannot touch it, hear it, see or or feel its presence but it is there. I talk to it every night but it never responds to me. He loves me & he also made a an elephant pregnant that gave birth to a baby elephant. The fly & the elephant had never spoken or touched each other. This baby elephant is why all elephants are good at remembering things. He taught them all ways to remember and taught them to share and to laugh and have fun and never hate each other.
    He also flew up a mountain and then walked across from one mountain to another, taking 5000 baby antelope with him along the way that were being chased by an army of lions.
    After that he was hungry so he found a leaf and fed all 5000 antelope with that single leaf and they didn't have to eat again for a year.

    Unfortunately the elephant annoyed the king of the lions who killed the elephant and buried him. But 3 days later the elephant decided he didn't want to die & got up and walked off.
    After that he did some more stuff that is too amazing for your mind to comprehend.

    But don't worry, both the fly & the elephant both love you, BUT if you are naughty they will send you to a place where you will burn & be tortured so be good!

    I hope you can all understand and don't hate me for believing in this, thanks for your time.
    - TryThat January 1, 2012, 2:38 pm
    i don't hate anyone for believing anything, believe whatever you want.
    - Bekenel January 1, 2012, 2:44 pm
    Ok thanks, I am quite content with my beliefs of invisible insects and flying elephants and my previous comment is just as credible as the story of 'god'/Jesus.
    - TryThat January 1, 2012, 2:48 pm
    finally, someone else who isnt retarded =D
    - bufus101 January 1, 2012, 3:54 pm
    And I am getting rated down for my story, which means I am annoying religious people because they realise they are being stupid.
    - TryThat January 1, 2012, 4:18 pm
    No, you are getting downrated for being stupid. There's a civilized way of stating your opinions and then there's what you're doing.

    "Fuck 'god' and fuck religion."? No sir, fuck you.

    And since you typed your little 'witty' story here's one for you.

    "Atheism in a nutshell: "We don't believe in purple ponies. Hey everyone, let's search the world and find other lifeless geeks who also don't believe in purple ponies for lack of evidence and then start a whole vocal campaign and movement that will define who we are, while we demand social and political recognition and respect and write whole books and articles supported by some of the world's leading scientists and philosophers, devoting our every breath to the pursuit of proving purple ponies do not exist!!!!"
    - MalverdeAl100 January 1, 2012, 4:27 pm
    way to go rebel
    thank you for putting it that way
    - MissRandom January 1, 2012, 4:32 pm
    Or atheism is a nutshell. "I'm not going to believe that some invisible wizard created everything and made a woman pregnant without having sex & made a son that could come back to life & walk on water, things that have never been done for real. So I will look into what the REAL explanation for everything is so we know, rather than speculating about bullshit that never happened."
    - TryThat January 1, 2012, 4:34 pm
    Oh and my story is pretty much the story of 'god'/Jesus, but the characters are changed. So really, my story is absolutely as credible as the story of 'god'/Jesus and anyone who believes in 'god' and tells me that my story is untrue can go fuck themselves.
    - TryThat January 1, 2012, 4:36 pm
    Believe what you want, just don't put down other peoples beliefs is all i'm saying.
    - MalverdeAl100 January 1, 2012, 4:38 pm
    - MalverdeAl100 January 1, 2012, 4:39 pm
    the suger tits kinda ruined it all XD
    that was amazing :)
    - MissRandom January 1, 2012, 4:41 pm
    If religious people want to be religious and do their own thing. Fine. Just don't downrate & hate & complain about EVERY single little thing that anyone says bad about religion. You literally cannot make a comment on the internet about relgion without someone saying "Even though you do not believe Jesus still loves you and cherishes you and wants to butt fuck you and I hope you will find 'god' some day"
    How about shut up and leave it the fuck out because it is total bullshit.
    If they want to pray for 'god' then fine, but they don't have to talk to me as though I need to convert and I need 'god' and that he will save me or whatever other bullshit they will come up with.
    - TryThat January 1, 2012, 4:46 pm
    If somebody came up to you and said that they had an invisible unicorn, you would say "prove it" and you wouldn't believe them until they did.

    When people say they have been abducted by aliens, they never have proof and their story is tossed aside as though they are crazy, religion is no different in my eyes.
    - TryThat January 1, 2012, 4:48 pm
    You poor soul, the Devil is obviously possessing you to say that. I will pray for you
    - MalverdeAl100 January 1, 2012, 4:55 pm
    No where near as credible honestly.
    - Jjbigscreeners January 1, 2012, 5:07 pm
    Well really it is. I just need to write a book about it all and call it a religion.
    - TryThat January 1, 2012, 7:19 pm
    As you already know I think you're a right foul git, I won't bother arguing with your incredibly fallible points. I'll leave it to TryThat, he's on the right track.
    - Ertrov January 1, 2012, 7:32 pm
    Actually, you can't disprove my unicorn. He's undetectable because he exists in a supernatural unicorn realm.

    It's the same with god. Just because we can't prove his nonexistence doesn't mean he exists. It's just common sense.
    - Ertrov January 1, 2012, 7:37 pm
    I think TryThat may have hit a nerve with that story. ;)

    Edit: Also, yes of course we have to fight against religion in society, it's the only way to get rid of it's influence.
    - Ertrov January 1, 2012, 7:38 pm
    No where near as credible as what? A rib woman being deceived by a talking snake? Or perhaps 2000 years of people worshipping a Jewish zombie?
    - Ertrov January 1, 2012, 7:42 pm
    Which is why I am an agnostic atheist.
    - Ertrov January 2, 2012, 5:18 pm
    ^^^ everyone thumb up this man, for his great virtues of also not being retarded :D
    - bufus101 January 2, 2012, 6:43 pm
    I can also count to potato.
    - Ertrov January 2, 2012, 10:10 pm
    Thanks and you are correct, it sad to go down to that level. None the less sugar tits is funny as hell!
    - johnecash January 3, 2012, 1:58 pm
    Have I beaten you spirit so badly that you give up so easy now? I am sorry, but the facts remain. The proof is in your court. One thing I find funny is you try and disprove something you have not even defined. Such is the trait of the amateur and or young.
    - johnecash January 3, 2012, 2:02 pm
    There is a difference between giving up, and just not caring enough to inform you of how wrong you are. But all right, I'll humor you.

    The burden of proof is always on the party making the claim. In this case, religious people are claiming there is a god, and atheists are asking for proof. You can't try to say we're making a claim against it being true, because we wouldn't make such a claim without religion first proposing the idea that there is a god. In layman's terms, "you started it". Therefore, the burden of proof is completely on you.

    For example, if I randomly accused someone of murder, the burden of proof would be on me (or my lawyers/the police/etc.) to prove them guilty. They wouldn't have to prove themselves innocent simply because they were accused. It's just common sense.

    And I don't have to define the supernatural as it's been defined over and over again in the past. You understood exactly what I was trying to disprove, otherwise you wouldn't have argued with me about it.
    - Ertrov January 3, 2012, 2:10 pm
    I would say for not, lets stay on one topic at a time. We will leave aliens and unicorn for a later discussion. Lets look at your point to make sure I understand. If it can't be proven it must not be true. The first thing I would like to ask, is what is your definition of proof to you? This is not a trick question, and I imagine that to every person the proof might be different. So to be sure what issue I am addressing I would like to know what proof means to you. This is the point I will be addressing. Now what you say could and can be true but to me the next logical question to ask would be other than the absence of proof can you disprove it? Is so please define what you are disproving so that I might better understand. Lastly, if I came up to you and asked if you have a soul, you could not prove it. Yet you do.
    - johnecash January 3, 2012, 2:20 pm
    Its ok that even you know what are talking about. If you did you could define it. But as is, you can spin your definition any way you want in order to prove you yourself what ever you want.

    You say;
    For example, if I randomly accused someone of murder, the burden of proof would be on me (or my lawyers/the police/etc.) to prove them guilty. They wouldn't have to prove themselves innocent simply because they were accused. It's just common sense.

    The breach in logic you have is we are accusing some one of murder and this is not murder or a court. God, as of now, by the ways of science, can not be proven or disproved. I know you think you have it all figured out, yet many people much brighter than you and I don't know.

    Like I said, its ok if you don't believe. You don't have to. Your belief does nothing to change the facts. Good news is God believes in you even if you don't in him. Thats a fact.
    - johnecash January 3, 2012, 2:29 pm
    I'm sorry if you thought I was trying to debate you, apparently I wasn't clear. I was simply informing you of how burden of proof works. If you're going to disagree with that, then not only are you a bigger moron than I though possible, but you'll also have no one to debate with.
    - Ertrov January 3, 2012, 2:32 pm
    For the record as well my friend, God is not as vain as people make him out to be. He loves you as is and whats you to be happy. Man, not God, is petty. I am sorry if some nuts have tried to force it down you. Don't let a few bad apples ruin it for you. As far as I understand, all God ask, not demands, is be good to the people around you and in your life. Be good even when no one is watching. Be a solution and not a problem. In this world we as people will never agree on everything. God wants us to agree to disagree. For you to be you, and me to be me.
    - johnecash January 3, 2012, 3:32 pm
    You said;
    I would say lets stick with aliens & unicorns because you are ignoring them because they exist on the same priciple as 'god' and you don't want to look like a mug trying to say otherwise.

    That is a different topic. My bad if I thought this was a discussion about God. I did not know it was about aliens and unicorns. That is a subject I know very little about. I retract everything I said since this is a thread about aliens and unicorns. I will defer to your expertise of aliens and unicorns but if you want to discuss God, always ready.
    - johnecash January 3, 2012, 3:45 pm
    You should add soul to your list too then. Yet we all have souls. So far as I can understand is your argument is if you can't prove it, its not true. So if what you have to say is correct then it should be easy do disprove God. Yet you can not prove or disprove it. No one has knows what the known universe has to offer. So to say there are no other life forms in the knows universe is saying a lot. You have no proof that life exist on other planets. Who knows a unicorn could live on another planet for all you and I know. Just because we don't know for sure does not mean it does or does not exist. It means we don't know. First off I would like to ask again, what is God in your eyes. What are you trying to disprove. You would be amazed at how much many people will agree with you when you define your position. When some one says god to you, what does that mean? Please explain.
    - johnecash January 3, 2012, 5:37 pm
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    Pretty close minded bro.

    As closed-minded as the people claiming you can either bow down to their god or literally burn in hell?
    - Ertrov January 1, 2012, 10:18 am
    You make good sense Ertrov! :P
    - TryThat January 1, 2012, 10:31 am
    See that's where your at fault. You generalize millions of people based off of only a few. You need to learn to look at all possible sides of the argument instead of just wasting text. Yes, there is no evidence that suggests that there is a God. There is also no evidence that would suggest that there isn't. People need to understand that religion is a BELIEF. It's what you believe, not factual. Religion itself isn't a bad thing, how people carry it out is what gives it a bad rep. We could all die and go to Heaven/Hell. We could die and come back as plants. Really doesn't and shouldn't matter.
    - Jjbigscreeners January 1, 2012, 11:30 am
    If you fervently believe that your god is real, then that's closed-minded. Simple as that. Don't try and read more into my statement than what's there.

    Also, I must correct a fallacy. There is a shit-ton of evidence that there is no god. I think what you mean is there is no proof.
    - Ertrov January 1, 2012, 11:34 am
    How so? I believe in a God yet acknowledge that there couldn't be. I disagree but respect your opinion.

    And yeah, good call. Should have put proof instead of evidence.
    - Jjbigscreeners January 1, 2012, 11:40 am
    I don't think you disagree with me. I stated that people who claim that their god is the only way to escape hell are closed-minded. You don't seem to be one of them.
    - Ertrov January 1, 2012, 11:43 am
    It all depends on the person I guess.
    - Jjbigscreeners January 1, 2012, 11:49 am
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    Evry klsik argment here.
    Oh well, might as well call you a prejudice child and curse you anyway.

    untitled33 - a simple post that will get hate, proving the content.

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    Seriously? I'm religious and a Muslim, and I have absolutely nothing wrong with anyone else's beliefs at all. Are you Christian? Whatever. My best friends are Buddhist and Christian. You are basing your argument off of a tiny percentage of the majority of the people. There's ridiculous religious people, and hell there's also ridiculous Athiests. Your logic is flawed

    The concept of having an all seeing, all powerful invisible thing that created everything in 6 days is ridiculous. I didn't give enough of a shit to listen in RS in school so I don't know exactly how Islam works but as far as I remember it is equally, if not more ridiculous than christianity.
    - TryThat January 1, 2012, 2:42 pm
    I want to know what is your definition of "ridiculous" is
    - samwapp January 1, 2012, 3:03 pm
    Something that is absurd, laughable, ludicris, you know, just something that is completely irrational to believe.
    - TryThat January 1, 2012, 3:15 pm
    I'm not sure how there can be a ridiculous atheist. There could be someone who is ridiculous and also happens to be an atheist, but atheism itself is simply a lack of belief in god.
    - Ertrov January 1, 2012, 7:45 pm
    That's what everyone's definition of ridiculous, but you haven't explained why religion is ridiculous. What about it is ridiculous?
    - samwapp January 1, 2012, 8:59 pm
    True, but to me the poster made it seem like all the people who are religious are ridiculous, and people who aren't religious aren't ridiculous. He might not have meant that, but that's what it seemed like he meant.
    - samwapp January 1, 2012, 9:01 pm
    You didn't ask me to explain that until now, you asked for the definition of ridiculous. You can't expect me to tell you what you want to know without asking me to tell you.
    The whole concept is ridiculous. I find it laughable that so many people think that there is an invisible wizard that created everything and made a son without sex and his son performs miracles & heaven & hell & 90% of the bible is all made up bullshit too.
    - TryThat January 2, 2012, 3:53 am
    I'm sorry I didn't specifically ask that, that's my bad. To me I find it difficult to be able to comprehend that all of of the world was just made from nothing, and of all the things on Earth just came up out of nowhere.
    - samwapp January 2, 2012, 10:18 am
    But here is the thing, the way the story of 'god' is told, 'god' came from nowhere and then he made the earth from nothing. So how can you believe that instead of the big bang theory? Neither of us were alive, but I would rather trust scientific evidence than some people who decided to write a book a long time ago.
    - TryThat January 2, 2012, 10:26 am
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    Bacon > Religion.

    • Dawn
    • January 1, 2012, 1:42 pm
    Well there's the answer right there.
    - Ertrov January 1, 2012, 7:47 pm
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    All I'm reading is blah blah blah, my opinion is right and your's is wrong. There's been too many debates over this and now we're adding another to shove doubt into people's minds. All I ever hear atheists/theists say is that they want to believe what they want to believe and people should stop trying to change that. Take some of your own medicine. All of you.

    What's wrong with debates?
    - Ertrov January 3, 2012, 9:21 pm
    The fact that this debate's sole purpose is to make people angry and then question their beliefs.
    - ghettoshen January 3, 2012, 10:03 pm
    Questioning one's beliefs is the only way to give them value. If you can't face opposition and still believe something, it probably isn't true, and you should then consider other options.
    - Ertrov January 3, 2012, 10:05 pm
    I'm not getting into another argument that will inevitably end in, "I'm right and you're wrong and there's nothing you can do about it." The point is, stop trying to make people doubt themselves because you wouldn't want people to do it to you. Oh, the elusive Golden Rule.
    - ghettoshen January 3, 2012, 10:14 pm
    Of course I want people to make me question whether I'm right or not. You should always be open-minded to the idea that you might be wrong. That's how we discover what's true. If I didn't doubt my beliefs, I'd still be a christian.

    Change comes through questioning beliefs and tradition.
    - Ertrov January 3, 2012, 10:17 pm
    And that is why there is such thing as agnostic. You shouldn't have to have people make you doubt yourself to be open minded about things. Changes comes through experience. If a person experiences something that changes their thinking, so be it. But when someone changes their thinking based solely on what someone else tells them, that's wrong.
    - ghettoshen January 3, 2012, 10:27 pm
    I disagree. Sometimes personal experience isn't enough, as you can't experience everything yourself. Taking what others say into account is very useful in developing one's own opinion.
    - Ertrov January 3, 2012, 10:37 pm
    Like I said. "...when someone changes their thinking based solely on what someone else tells them, that's wrong."
    - ghettoshen January 3, 2012, 10:40 pm
    Then we agree.
    - Ertrov January 3, 2012, 10:42 pm
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    I'm mainly frustrated with the Christians, claiming to be moral, when they have committed so many atrocities in the name of their "god". Here's a link with a short list of them: http://articles.exchristian.net/2002/10/how-many-people-have-been-killed-by.php and then there's the frustration with the Jewish people, writing the christian bible and not being creative at all, they take stories from other religions of their times: http://www.exposingchristianity.com/Bible_Conspiracy.htm and now I leave you with a song that I find rather invigorating and a +3:

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    what are you trying to prove?
    that Religious ppl ARE gona act in a bad manner trying to respond to what you said?
    what are you?
    and don't forget this is the internet
    if you said you worship the chicken,, no one will care.. m sure many others stumbled accross your post and didn't bother commenting or FEELING anything about it..
    so yea.. what are you trying to prove casper?

    All hail Lord Featherton.
    - Ertrov January 1, 2012, 8:43 am
    I made a comment on the "what is life????" post, in reply to someone talking about 'god' and I just said "You live for an imaginary wizard man that watches everything you do? He sounds like a pedo to me." This is a simple comment aimed at being funny, DarkHunter of all people commented on it being funny & yet I now have -1 for that comment. DarkHunter rated that comment up so that means that 3 different people rated me down for it. Religious people CANNOT take criticism. If anyone talks about their religion in a bad way they all get together and try to butt fuck whoever said it. They seem to think that there is no other way of living apart from theirs and that we must all believe in god & if we don't then we will all go to hell. Well you know what? Fuck 'god' and fuck religion.

    Religion was used as a 'filler' to answer questions about how the earth came about before we had the technology to find out. Now we have the technology and there is very very strong evidence in favour of religion being bullshit but for some reason they still believe in all their bullshit stories about Jesus & Noah and all that shit and they force people like me who literally couldn't give less of a fuck to learn about it throughout my school life and they complain that Evolution is taught in schools. FUCK RELIGION.
    - TryThat January 1, 2012, 8:50 am
    As Christopher Hitchens said, "Religion is always our first and worst attempt at understanding the world around us."
    - Ertrov January 1, 2012, 10:11 am
    That is a great way of putting it.
    - TryThat January 1, 2012, 10:30 am
    Hey guise, i just got downrated too! Should i go make a post about it?

    LOL!one!11!!one Srsly? Did your undergarments really get entangled between your cheeks by getting negative points on a website that you had to make a post about it? Lighten up man, it's the internet, maybe if your comment was actually funny you wouldn't have gotten downrated because it definitely was ignant dawg.

    P.S. I love how you gave 99% to some random guy cuz you knew you were probably gonna get downrated :)
    - MalverdeAl100 January 1, 2012, 1:35 pm
    i don't like what you are saying
    i respect you
    so you should respect me
    i am a relegious person.. i dun downrate posts or comments from atheists or any other
    but i do get bothered when ppl say nasty things like "fuck G.."
    so please don't do that in a reply to me
    i dun care what you say to other ppl..you have your own opinion and rights to say whatever
    but please respect me and my believes
    - MissRandom January 1, 2012, 3:15 pm
    I gave 99% to the religious guy who I originally replied to.
    I don't care about Sharenator points anymore. This is principle. Religious people cannot take it when somebody says anything bad about their religion.
    It has been proved in the comments to this post, I knew it would get hate, it says it in the title and yes, I knew it would get downrated by all the relgious people so I gave some other 'god' loving twat the points :)
    - TryThat January 1, 2012, 4:41 pm
    "I don't care about Sharenator points anymore.".....anymore......ANYMORE......ANYMORE. You shouldn't of even cared about them in the first place. Okay, i'm sure if i said something bad about your mother you wouldn't be able to take it either. Real manly of you to do that. You have the 'cojones' to say "Fuck 'god' and fuck religion." but you don't have them to get virtual negative points on a website which you said you didn't care about points anymore.
    - MalverdeAl100 January 1, 2012, 4:52 pm
    Like I said... The points don't bother me. It is the principle that they downrate me because I made a joke about their religion.

    I don't care about 'your mum' jokes. On PS3 people start arguments with me all the time over microphone and it doesn't offend me in any way. Say what you like about her, I know that you don't know who I am, or who she is, so anything you say is more than likely untrue. :)
    - TryThat January 1, 2012, 4:56 pm
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    I do believe in God. Now, I know some of you will see that first sentence and down rate or think of me as a lesser person, but I have something to say...

    Yes, I believe, but that does not make me a bad person or a "nutter". 9/10 of all my friends are either Athiest or Muslems, I do not EVER push my beliefs on to them, or even bring up the subject. I don't feel like i am greater than them just because of a belief, thats just completely stupid. I also dont think im greater/lesser than anyone else just because of what I believe, there is SO much more to a person than what they choose to believe.

    Thanks for Listening.

    Uprated for fairness :)
    - Ertrov January 1, 2012, 10:53 am
    thank you! :D
    - sessyann January 1, 2012, 10:58 am
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    nothin agains you or anythin, but i hate this type of post, it stays in the homepage for too long because everyone wants to share their opinions (which i have no problem with) and all the comments are too long to read, and it gets boring :/

    Debating is good for you. It builds strong kidneys.
    - Ertrov January 1, 2012, 10:52 am
    strong kidneys?? :P
    - Fail4424 January 1, 2012, 12:01 pm
    Sorry, meant liver. My bad.
    - Ertrov January 1, 2012, 12:03 pm
    oh, ok
    in that case, i don't believe in religion, blah blah blah
    is my liver stronger now??
    - Fail4424 January 1, 2012, 12:18 pm
    - Ertrov January 1, 2012, 12:20 pm
    - Fail4424 January 1, 2012, 12:24 pm
    - Ertrov January 1, 2012, 12:25 pm
    - Fail4424 January 1, 2012, 12:29 pm
    - Ertrov January 1, 2012, 12:31 pm
    - Fail4424 January 1, 2012, 12:35 pm
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    Unlike everyone else here that wants to rant on about their opinions in depth, I agree with this statement.

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    Why, oh why, did I click on this post? All of this banter is really awesome; it makes me think of why I believe in God and reflect on all that He's done for me. TryThat, and everyone else who seems to hate God and Christians/Christianity, I don't know what made you feel this way but posts like these always give me something to pray about and meditate on. I truly hope you don't take offense to me saying that, but I will pray for you.

    Now, I will gladly defend my faith, but I will not get into an argument with an atheist who has his/her mind made up about what they believe on God - especially on the Internet. No amount of my words will change your mind; God is the one who changes hearts, not men.

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    The people aren't all ridiculous. Most are deceived, and a few are manipulative.

    • Ertrov
    • January 1, 2012, 2:05 am
    Ertrov, I remember about a year or so ago you were one that defended Christianity. What happened? Now you're an Agnostic Atheist. I'm not trying to get into an argument or anything, I just want to know what changed.
    - ghettoshen January 3, 2012, 8:55 pm
    I started thinking for myself rather than being brainwashed by my parents.
    - Ertrov January 3, 2012, 9:07 pm
    - ghettoshen January 3, 2012, 9:11 pm
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    I don't hate it. In an alarming number of cases it's true.

    PS: first post in ages.

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