Fundies Say The Darndest Things

Take note i am not declaring war on Christians i just decided i should post some pictures of Fundies saying some crazy stuff. I know many Christians dont act like this. Sorry if these offended you but im not trying to start a war or anything just posting these for the hell of it.
I posted this because 24paperwings said i should so hes getting 50%
All of these are from Fundies Say The Darndest Things on facebook so im not clamming these as mine.
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  • 9

    I don't see what the problem is here? Are you condoning all acts of perverted homosexuality and saying evolution is true? So we are all a bunch of gay fish, is that it? You and your love for faggots is why our American soldiers are killed by the hands of God. It's because you allow for these disgusting acts to take place in the country. God hates faggots, and God hates you!

    Okay, just had to play the part of WBC so they could have their section. Anyway, fundies are retarded and even I, a devout Christian, laugh in the face of most of their arguments. They swing the hammer hard toward the right wing and forget how to control it with logical thinking.

  • 4

    I hate that fanatic christians, really. They are as bad as the islamic people who want the "holy war" and think when they kill themselves and a bunch of "disbelievers" they go to heaven.
    In germany I never met someone saying stupid things like that, if you choose catholic religion as a class you get taught how to read the bible and what it means and so on.
    In america I once met a priest who said "why does it have to be the one or the other? Why isn't it both? Couldn't god have created the universe with a big bang? And then evolution made the rest" I think that pretty much makes most sense unfortunetly he got "fired" or whatever you could call that.

    • Vans
    • May 9, 2012, 4:50 am
    I agree with this view. I am a christian that views evolution and the big bang as more of a "how" God created everything. The bible describes creation of the universe and the planet as "God said let there be light and there was light" and other instant forms of creation(paraphrase) this implies that it happened instantaneous. Doesn't something like that sound like the big bang? And whose to say evolution couldn't be possible? God has been around since the beginning, who's to say his view of time isn't differnt than ours? A day to him (6 days of creation) could be a massive passage of time to us.
    Even in the Garden of Eden God created Adam from the dust of the earth, this could be referencing to the bacteria ect, thus alluding to our origin from single-celled organisms.
    - imfrikknbad May 9, 2012, 1:01 pm
    seems logical lol basically i just hope theres something after and there is a God. and the way you explain it here make more sense than any other argument i've heard for religion.
    i just have to ask one thing though... if all that time was only 7 days what day do you suppose we're on for him now? like day 8 1/2?
    - 24paperwings June 26, 2012, 12:44 am
    I have no idea lol but that is a good question.
    - imfrikknbad June 26, 2012, 7:26 am
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    i literally got to the second post and my jaw dropped from shear retardedness... i'm afraid to go any further now (O.O)

    btw thanks for the 50% :D tis much appreciated

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    Why? Why must some religious people be so fucking stupid?
    Okay, three objections here. First, saying that evolution is 'just a theory' is an extremely weak argument - one needs to define theory, since the theory that Darwin developed is based upon evidence, observation, research and testing. Plus the evidence for it has been observed by biologists by 150 years. One could equally say that the Genesis story is just a theory, and you'd be closer to the truth with that one, since the only thing it's based upon is a few hundred lines in the bible, which unlike evolution has no tangible definitive evidence whatsover. Of course it's still possible, but evolution is far more tangible.

    Second, let's just say, I hate god. I don't necessarily disbelieve in him, but i can't stand him.Being a political anarchist, the idea of a 'divine' being, automatically having dominion over humanity and being able to direct it according to his every whim, to me is disgusting. According to the esteemed theorist Bakunin - God necessarily leads to the enslavement of humanity. Why must we follow his rules, and without question? Why should his authority not be questioned? Because we'll be punished for eternity? Sounds somewhat fascist to me. Allowing us free thought and expecting us to stay faithful is somewhat paradoxical.

    Third, what is to say that Satan is the adversary of humanity? A desire for freedom seems quite reasonable from my perspective. What is to say that he is not simply the embodiment of the basis of human nature? Even if neither god nor satan exists, I ask myself, why should i follow christian ideals, where it leads me (apparently) to an ideal that simply isn't there or is not truly good for me? Satan, on the other hand - even if he doesn't exist, is a symbol, he represents freedom - for what many humans desire. For me, it's a far more preferable option than a divine dictator.

    i never even thought of that
    - castlewarsisawsome May 9, 2012, 8:27 am
    The only thing I would say to that is this...(And don't get me wrong I'm not some religious nut, I just like to question, like you said. And I thought you had some well thought out points.)...If someone believes in God, then that means that they believe in a higher being than a physical being. So God would not have the same set of rules as say, a dictator. The might question the laws of man because one man has no more right to rule than another, but God is not a man and therefore should not be treated like one. Like I said, not a real religious person, just something to think about when you present your second point.
    - exile May 9, 2012, 3:45 pm
    i understand that, but is it really fair to assume that god must be an absolute moral arbiter simply because he is a higher being? Does that automatically make him good? Is why i use 'divine' dictator to show he's separate
    - Bekenel May 9, 2012, 7:42 pm
    I have no idea man. Like I said, I'm not really religious. It's not that big of a deal to me.
    - exile May 9, 2012, 8:20 pm
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    Can't.... read.... #10 ... grammar... so...

    Oh shit a snip-

    O no not this ag-
    - Icelandgirly May 9, 2012, 3:15 pm
    Shit shit shit shi-
    - triclebickle May 9, 2012, 7:47 pm
    *sigh* Ok, let's get this over with. I SAID, LET'S GET TH-
    - Ertrov May 9, 2012, 10:12 pm
  • 3

    I'm a Muslim, and I'm just gonna say sorry for everything that any idiotic religious nut has done. Religious people have said and done pretty fucking retarded things, and now people hate anything dealing with religion now, and I can't blame you for it.

    Do I believe in evolution? I honestly don't know yet because I haven't come to a conclusion, but even if I did, it isn't against my religion to do so. Science and religion CAN coexist, contrary to "popular" belief.

    Unfortunately, the only religious people that talk about religion are the idiots that have no clue about anything, and they are the only ones that are listened to. I'm Muslim, and my best friends are either a religious Protestant, Buddhist, Hindu, or Judaism. Not even joking.

    tl;dr- Sorry for stupid religious people, some of us are still decent.

    Edit: This is pretty goddamn funny.

    Just one thing, evolution isn't something you "believe in", any more than you believe in relativity. It's a theory based on evidence.

    Edit: The downrates only fuel my snark.
    - Ertrov May 9, 2012, 10:13 pm
    Yeah, that's what I was going for, but I just didn't know how to word it.
    - samwapp May 9, 2012, 10:29 pm
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    Religion is merely thoughts and beliefs. It's the people that carry out religion that are the problem.

  • 2

    Oh the things religious people say... I can't believe I got to the end before making a comment explaining how ridiculous religion is!
    I won't though. I got bored enough reading some arguments, I don't need to start anymore so I will finish with this
    religion - fundies say the darndest things

  • 1

    i...i couldnt finish this post.

  • 1

    this is what was playing in my head while I was reading these. I am truly ashamed to be of the same species as these people.

  • 1

    I don't see why #8 is considered stupid. Sure, talking cats and dogs is not how evolution works but it IS just a theory, which means it could be wrong. Also, I find it likely that that could be taken out of context, where someone suggested talking cats could be a thing or something.

    the reason it is stupid is because of the way it is implied. again evolution takes hundreds if not at the very least thousands and even millions of years. these people how ever assume that it happens within a few generations. unfortunately for them they don't realize this isn't how it works. they also don't seem to realize humans have been manipulating DNA and specifying evolutionary traits for thousands of years. it shows in crops which were breed to become bigger and healthier. and in animals such as cow which when first domesticated where strong animals who could fight off predators but have since been breed to be so docile that you could pretty much walk up to one with a broadsword and go to town on it with it only looking at you like "heyyyyyyy that huuuuurts" (exagerated of course). it's also the reason we have so many different dog and cat breeds some with different levels of aggression (pitbulls boxer etc, were breed to be fighting dogs and hence have a tendency to be viewed as dangerous and at times can be) and some for loyalty (golden retrievers etc where breed to be basically house pets.) the reason that they are called theories isn't because they are just guesses. it is because they have loads of evidence backing them up and have yet to be proven wrong. what people think of when they hear the word theory is this (7. guess or conjecture: My theory is that he never stops to think words have consequences.) what theory actually means when used by science (1 a coherent group of tested general propositions, commonly regarded as correct, that can be used as principles of explanation and prediction for a class of phenomena: Einstein's theory of relativity. Synonyms: principle, law, doctrine.) evolution is no more a theory than the theory of gravity is. (which is regarded by fact though in reality it is technically just a theory) basically theory is the word used to say hey we can prove this 100% of the time because we haven't witnessed literally every birth in the universe to say that it is 100% true no matter what but we have a boat load of supporting evidence which has yet to be proven and is continuously proven more and more every day so we are going to accept it as fact at this point until it can be proven other wise in which case the theory will be tested repeatedly again until a different result is once again found in which case a new better theory will emerge and take root.
    - 24paperwings May 9, 2012, 8:34 am
    All scientific related material is a theory. There is not a single damn thing in science that can ACTUALLY be proven. Proof does not exist, only evidence. The evidence is what theories are based on. The more evidence that exists, the more likely the theory will be the basis of understanding. Nothing in science is proven, it's all just highly supported theories. Gravity may work today, but tomorrow you could be on the ceiling. Possible? Yes. Plausible? No.
    - Disco May 9, 2012, 11:36 am
    You used the example of gravity, so I will use it too.

    You are looking at this in black and white, saying either gravity must exist or gravity must not exist, when really there's a third option that says gravity can exist, but not how we currently understand it(2). Though we may be 100% right about gravity, it can only hinder scientific advancement if when someone suggests that a theory may not be 100% accurate we automatically say they're wrong and call them dumb. Even today, gravity is being challenged by respected people in the scientific community(1), and though they may be right or wrong, it can only be beneficial as something new will be learned either way.

    Now, I know #8 is not suggesting an alternative, but reminding people that theories, even ones widely accepted and based on evidence, can still be wrong; and this post is implying he is stupid for that. Again, this sounds like it was taken out of context and #8 is a reply to someone who assumes evolution is fact without even acknowledging that it may not be accurate; otherwise I see no reason why someone would just randomly say that.

    Source (1)
    Source (2)
    - casper667 May 9, 2012, 9:24 pm
    Right, but he's right that it could turn out to be partially or completely wrong. While a little misguided, he seems sort of intelligent(at least #8 dsnt tlk lik diz) and probably just hasn't looked into the theory of evolution much. But that's still no reason to group him with the other abominations present in this thread. You used the gravity example too, see my post below for further debate. =x
    - casper667 May 9, 2012, 9:32 pm
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    i just love it when these people get evolution completely wrong like thinking tomatoes will evolve into watermelons!? that shit is just makes my day XD

  • 1

    I’m sorry I couldn’t finish this, if I kept reading I would go into an Anti-religious rant about how "all people who accept a faith just use it to hide behind bigotry and racism" and I know that I wouldn’t mean that, so yeah....
    (I have NO problems with religion unless the people who have a faith only use it to do what I just described)

  • 1

    It's funny becouse I study Biology at university, and this year I'm attending an human evolution class that it's a very interesting subject. The funny thing is that I can throw shit to everyone of these people using only what I studied during this class.

    • Absint
    • May 9, 2012, 11:12 am
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    I can't tell what makes my head hurt more...the stupidity or the spelling...

    also, i like that Beardy character. His 'Go read Genesis 3' makes me grin for some reason.

    • Rinic
    • May 9, 2012, 2:06 pm
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    Couldn't make it through the post or else I'd end up going into a fit of rage, if not from their stupidity then from their grammar.

  • 1

    The funny thing is that when the theory evolution was young, the church supported it. (God creates things that self determinate? COOL!!!) Religious leaders from way back when are likely rolling in their graves, not all of them were anti-science and the vast majority didn't take the bible completely literally. This Christian fundamentalism is something new.

  • 1

    Can't even get through the whole post. The stupidity is far too strong.

    Edit: As I said, the downrates are like candy. It shows you're angry that your beliefs are flawed.

    • Ertrov
    • May 9, 2012, 10:17 pm
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    Nice post!
    I am not a religious person but don't like being called atheist either, though that is probably how most people would describe me. I choose to believe that evolution is the mechanism by which we became the dominate species on the planet. Sure there are some parts of the theory that haven't been worked out yet, but there is so much information and research out there that it is pretty conclusive. Some fundies might say that evolution makes us apes but that only shows how little they understand the theory. They also like to say that we are a special creation of a god and all that. Well if that makes you feel good, alright. But I think evolution puts it better, instead of us being a bunch of little children that get smiled upon by a benevolent parent it makes the case that our species, in only a very short timeframe (geologically speaking) branched off from other hominids, not only survived, but thrived, in a brutal environment, out witted all sorts of predators, overcame incredible dangers, to become the dominate species on the planet. In other words, we earned our place here. (Insert de-evolution joke about fat lazy americans here).
    Religion may have given a reasonable idea of creation back in the day, but now we know a whole lot more and have proven it through the sciences. I have asked people of different religions about why they are a certain religion and they usually say something along the lines of 'accepting Jesus or whoever as their savior,' etc, etc. And then I ask what religion their parents are, and what do you know? Their parents are the same religion. They probably aren't a certain religion because they believe a certain way, but because that is what they were taught since childhood and cannot think differently. Whereas the sciences you have to think critically to understand how things work, and theories have to be continually challenged. But challenging the status quo in religion is not permitted. Evolution/science is a much more engaging way to understand our origins, it requires more thinking:)
    But at least most religious people are not like these crackpots. Or like this guy, Ted Haggard. Lead a huge church, was always going on about how this and that is evil, blah, blah, blah. Then he gets kicked out of his church after being busted for having gay sex while on meth!

    ted haggard 1 sized


  • 1

    Tyler you give me a headache.

  • -1

    Religion does deny logic. Religion is more logical than atheism. By far.

  • -2

    Why you gotta be hating on religion?

    Answer me this:
    If God doesn't exist, why is the Earth the perfect distance from the sun?

    Because it is fundamentally flawed, also the answer to the question can simply be chance.
    - Turtlestlker May 9, 2012, 5:22 pm
    It is a statistical probability in a near infinite universe that some planets would fall in a distance from a heat source to be sustainable for life. This however would not prove or disprove the existence of god.
    - mrcbccadetx0 May 9, 2012, 5:22 pm
    im not hateing on religion i am hating on fundies. religion is fine with me now as long has the person isnt a total retard or they dont shove it down my throat
    - castlewarsisawsome May 9, 2012, 6:05 pm
    Because it isn't.
    - Ertrov May 9, 2012, 10:14 pm
    Oh it isn't? Then why is it that we're not too close to burn to death, but yet we aren't too far either were it would be too cold to sustain human life, like Pluto?

    - MalverdeAl100 May 10, 2012, 10:48 am
    See that still doesn't answer anything. I could go ahead and say the same thing about whether or not God exists. The answer to that question can simply be that he does.
    - MalverdeAl100 May 10, 2012, 10:51 am
    Fine with you now? So you're telling me you used to hate everybody with a religion before? Yeah, i kinda lost interest in your comment right about there.

    - MalverdeAl100 May 10, 2012, 10:53 am
    you seem to not realize fundies and crazy people that live by the bibles every word, and they hate anyone who doesnt share their belive
    - castlewarsisawsome May 10, 2012, 12:02 pm
    How is that any different to what you're doing? You hate/hated anyone who has a religion.
    - MalverdeAl100 May 10, 2012, 12:25 pm
    i hate fundies. its wrong to judge everyone because of a small group, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't insult that small group
    - castlewarsisawsome May 10, 2012, 12:26 pm
    If it's wrong then why are you doing it?
    - MalverdeAl100 May 10, 2012, 12:42 pm
    are you trying to make yourself look like an idiot? i said "but that doesn't mean you shouldn't insult that small group" basically i encourage insulting the smaller group
    - castlewarsisawsome May 10, 2012, 12:48 pm
    And why should you insult the smaller group?
    - MalverdeAl100 May 10, 2012, 12:54 pm
    did you even read this post? look at those pictures they are fucking insane. i dont know if it up there but one guy said that you should stone your kids for talking back
    - castlewarsisawsome May 10, 2012, 1:00 pm
    I did, couldn't read them all seeing as this post is extremely biased. Oh all you atheists are super smart, and us religious people are fucking idiots for believing in a God. To be honest, i'd rather have parents who stone me for talking back, than parents who teach me to hate other people for having different views.
    - MalverdeAl100 May 10, 2012, 1:11 pm
    you do know if you're stoned you die right? and once agian i am not claming all christian act like this. i know a bunch of Christians who are actually accepting. these people are the source of the anger and they go crazy and stuff. i addmit that atheist act like this too but not near as much. you seem to be trying to start an argument i said im not starting a war on religion in the post. really it just sounds like you're on your man period and need to find something to bitch about
    - castlewarsisawsome May 10, 2012, 1:16 pm
    If you're stoned to death yeah. Stoned means “pelted with stones”. You don't necessarily die from getting hit with a few of them. See people normally say "i'm not trying to start an argument" to try to not look like a dick, just like when people say "no offense" and then they say something offensive. Man period? Bravo. I'm not the one throwing out obscenities but okay. I'm the one who is on his "man period".
    - MalverdeAl100 May 10, 2012, 1:22 pm
    seriously i dont even want to argue. im not trying to offend anyone and really i thing if Christians where to see this they would be disappointed in these people. you're the only one on this entire post that has a problem with it really you're just making a big deal.
    - castlewarsisawsome May 10, 2012, 1:34 pm
    I wasn't arguing either. All i did was ask why people were hating on religion followed by another question (that still hasn't been answered correctly). You were the one who brought up that you hated religious people so i asked why. And you're not a Christian so you can't really speak for them.
    - MalverdeAl100 May 10, 2012, 1:41 pm
    Because the earth developed before life. Life then developed in a way that was suited to this planet's distance from the sun. And frankly, we'd have to get quite a bit closer or farther from the sun before there would be negative effects. That whole "if we were ten feet closer" garbage that creationists push is utter bullshit.

    Also, only certain parts of the planet can sustain certain life forms. Almost as if they evolved in a way to adapt to the planet's less than ideal conditions! What a revolutionary idea!

    - Ertrov May 10, 2012, 5:35 pm
    I very well could be but its not what I believe even after being brought up as a christian.
    - Turtlestlker May 10, 2012, 7:42 pm
    Hate the society-destroying, war-causing, logic-denying religion, not the saps who fall for it.
    - Ertrov May 11, 2012, 3:11 am

    If the Big Bang is real, why don't bombs create new universes?
    - MalverdeAl100 May 11, 2012, 10:36 am
    Because it wasn't just an explosion, it was a very specific type of reaction. And we know the big bang was real, and that it happened billions of years ago. Even creationists know that, at least the ones who have studied science. It's what caused it that's in question.
    - Ertrov May 11, 2012, 5:33 pm
    After intensive study of this thread I'm beginning to think that Malverde may be trolling...
    - Jozzoh May 11, 2012, 11:03 pm
    I hope so. I really hope so.
    - Ertrov May 12, 2012, 12:19 am
    You criticize us for having faith, but you must have a lot of faith in science to believe it so readily.

    And while we're on the topic of science think about this.

    9/11 never would have happened if science hadn't invented airplanes.
    - MalverdeAl100 May 12, 2012, 1:52 pm
    I won't make any assumptions on the matter, I'll just leave you with this video:

    - CrazyJay May 12, 2012, 4:14 pm
    Yep, you're trolling.
    - Ertrov May 12, 2012, 4:50 pm
    Just because you don't like what i have to say doesn't make me a troll.

    - MalverdeAl100 May 12, 2012, 8:36 pm
    It's not that I don't like it, It's just really, really stupid.
    - Ertrov May 12, 2012, 9:21 pm
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