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2011-09-14 01:41:19 PM

drmda: justtray: Quit telling us god doesn't like gays and that the Founding Fathers were Christians

So, why did all the atheists go along with all this "deity" language in the founding documents?


Why did they refer to guns as "Arms?"
 
2011-09-14 01:42:05 PM

Thorny4Pie: Seriously? No one has linked the Bevets card?


well, it's not like he needed summoning


RevLovejoy: xactly. I obviously can't prove it, but I bet that on any given Sunday in church, at least half the people there don't believe a lick of what they're hearing, and are simply hedging their bets just in case.


or they're their because it allows them some sort of power or prestige. some folks want to have the titles because it looks good to have church elder, or deacon or usher
 
2011-09-14 01:42:20 PM

Mike Chewbacca: No, actually, our need is to not have jerks knock on our doors and proselytize to us during dinner. Our need is to not have jerks try to legislate based on their religious doctrines. Our need is to not have people hate us for simply being.


Yeah, that's pretty much it. I'm not into strangers showing up at my door uninvited. Much less am I into the unsolicited conversion attempts that follow. It's obnoxious. I might start preferring Hindus and Muslims, because they have never once shown up at my door out of the blue trying to convert me. I've had it happen dozens of times with various denominations of Christian. If there were a chance of me converting to something from atheism, it would be the people who didn't intrude on my home or try to influence my choice one way or another.
 
2011-09-14 01:42:24 PM
Atheists who are intolerant of Christians because of their own bad personal experience with the church have the exact same mindset as folks who hate other races because of one bad experience with a member of that race.
 
2011-09-14 01:42:25 PM

Hyperbolic Hyperbole: No, but atheism (and especially internet atheism) would have you believe it's not about live and let live, because they see religious folk as intellectually inferior, and specifically that their religiosity is what keeps them intellectually inferior. And typically, Christians are only religion you ever really see being treated this way (maybe you're all just scared of Muslims?).

To everyone else, nice try. Also, "of course we're angry, we've been lied to" guy - "we've been lied to" implies that you have discovered the absolute truth, which is equally pompous a remark.



1) I think the combination of the 1st Amendment with the fear most Americans have of Islam will keep any future risk to the country from them marginalized. Any "risk" is currently non-existent in this country, despite the whargarbl from idiots like jihadwatch.

2) I think it is absolutely abhorrent the way some Muslims use religion to justify their treatment of women and homosexuals and nonbelievers. My feeling towards the Christians, Jews, Hindus, etc. that do the same are similar.

3)That's a nice false dichotomy there. Saying one thing is a lie does not mean the alternative is "I've found the absolute truth".

//Amusingly, Firefox wants to correct whargarbl with (blowhard).
 
2011-09-14 01:42:34 PM
Ever notice how Bevets comes in here and pisses everyone off, but in the process drives a bunch of traffic for his shiatty website? Put up some ads, Bevets, and you'll make a bundle. At least put up a counter for us, huh?
 
2011-09-14 01:44:21 PM

PsiChi: I don't see how anyone who has studied Life can be an atheist, someone who does not believe in God. Look around you - pretty obvious there's intelligence behind the design.


Arguing from incredulity does not make something so.
 
2011-09-14 01:44:38 PM
My major fear as an atheist is that I'll lose my job because of it, and never be able to prove it.

/teacher
 
2011-09-14 01:44:42 PM

Maus III: eraser8: PsiChi: Look around you - pretty obvious there's intelligence behind the design.

What are you basing that on?

Be specific.

How could a human vagina "just appear out of the nothing"?


duuuuuuude. i'm sooo stashing that comment for future use. i just need to find the least "appropriate" moment for it.
 
2011-09-14 01:46:12 PM

Marley'sGirl: I interpret it as: "When things get bad enough, even an atheist will ask God for help as a last resort" I believe it to be true - what have you got to lose at that point?


Pascal's Wager has been around in one form or another for milennia. (link pops)

The usual problem with this concept is that it requires you to believe in the "correct" god, and assumes that the "correct" god will not look askew at you for the reasons you arrived at Pascal's Wager.
 
2011-09-14 01:47:03 PM
Cults... err... religions have had thousands of years to provide any evidence to support their truth claims. The fact that no evidence has ever been discovered is very telling.
 
2011-09-14 01:47:12 PM

Kome: bookman: Now there is, in fact, a well thought out philosophical justification for moral actions that has nothing to do with God or religion. The only problem with it is the person who thought it out gives far-left liberals and so-called "progressives" a case of the dry heaves: Ayn Rand

Except for the description "well thought out" and the implication that it's the only philosophical justification that has nothing to do with deities or dogma, you're right.


Sorry, I was assuming that there might be some knowledgeable philosophy majors/graduates here on Fark. My bad. Unless you're got competent in-depth knowledge on Rand's systematic views on Epistemology and Metaphysics, you really have no basis of judging whether it's "well thought out" or not. Somehow I suspect that you do not.
 
2011-09-14 01:47:44 PM

Kymry: My major fear as an atheist is that I'll lose my job because of it, and never be able to prove it.

/teacher


as if there aren't hundreds of way parents can't make you miserable
 
2011-09-14 01:48:19 PM

d1zzy32: I don't know why people rag on Bevets all the time. I like his quotes, but I don't feel the need to defend my beliefs, or attack his.

/Secular humanist


Because he promotes lies and deliberate misunderstandings of science and scientists. Pretty simple. It's not all about religion for the rest of us, but it is for him because his worldview depends on it. He attacks science in order to abate the anxiety and cognitive dissonance of having invested his identity in ideas that are fundamentally contradicted as a mere side effect of scientific inquiry.
 
2011-09-14 01:48:45 PM

BubbaWilkins: Our existence is a nothing more than a minor infection to the universe, a glorious accident that we are all fortunate enough to be a part of. I plan to enjoy my time here as much as I can without worrying about the rest of it.


To be fair, there's a school of thought that life is pretty much inevitable within certain parameter sets, and variation in conditions just changes the timing. "Earth-like conditions", by the way, are apparently actually pretty common in the universe.

But yeah, as a person born before humanity started star-hopping, not worrying too much about it is probably the best course of action.
 
2011-09-14 01:48:52 PM
You know, I'm sick of hearing people saying that our laws are based on the 10 Commandments and that they should be carved in all the courthouses and schools in this country. The only time I ever rendered my aunt speechless in any debate was discussing this.

Aunt: The 10 Commandments are our moral foundation as a nation. They should be displayed in public and in courthouses everywhere!
Me: All of them? Really?
Aunt: Of course.
Me: So you think that kids who don't honor their parents or people who cheat on their spouses should be reprimanded in our legal system?
Aunt: Well... they're not moral but... no.
Me: And what about the laws about honoring Sabbath, not worshiping another god? There are at least 3 or 4 of those in there and kinda fly in the face of the First Amendment.
Aunt: ...
 
2011-09-14 01:49:55 PM

Marley'sGirl: I interpret it as: "When things get bad enough, even an atheist will ask God for help as a last resort" I believe it to be true - what have you got to lose at that point?


I can't speak to foxholes, but I was once on my back with an apparent heart attack (turned out to be something else that feels very much like one).

It was only after everything was all over that I realized, in retrospect, that I hadn't given any thought to the subject of gods. I was actually kind of surprised by this given that I enjoy thinking about theology and questions of deep ontology. [1]

Now that I've had time to consider it, I actually think that my reaction was typical. When you're really in the fryer and faced with death, you don't have time to think about philosophy and religion. You're thoughts are more immediate and focus ("geez, this hurts like a mutherfarker!").

I would expect that being under fire is the same thing. The guy who actually stops to pray is the one who's going to take a bullet to the head because he's not paying attention. Most people, I think, will be caught in the moment and they won't be praying (unless obscenities count as prayers).

[1] It's kind of an abstract hobby of mine: let us suppose that there did exist a perfect being: what attributes would it necessarily have? That doesn't mean that I think such a being is likely or even plausible.
 
2011-09-14 01:50:04 PM

Some 'Splainin' To Do: PsiChi: I don't see how anyone who has studied Life can be an atheist, someone who does not believe in God. Look around you - pretty obvious there's intelligence behind the design.

I'll only point out that this is an assertion and that I don't agree with the contention.

What I could believe is someone not believing that God is perfect, or all-good. This is called "dystheism." You don't hear too much about that, but that seems much more reasonable than atheism.

Is it intellectually dishonest to say you don't believe in God, when in fact you just can't bring yourself to believe that God would let all that is bad occur?

When I look at the universe and assume, for the sake of argument, that a god created it, I find that the evidence does not point to either a good god or an evil god but, rather, a remote and unconcerned god that doesn't appear to involve itself with its creation.

In other words, I find myself being pointed towards a Deistic god. Since Deism is functionally indistinguishable from atheism, except for an ontological quibble, I don't find much utility in that line of thought.


You find the difference between the belief that there is a God that created all this compared to the belief that this all evolved by itself an "ontological quibble"? That might be like saying that the fact that I'm on a cruise ship with a captain can easily be compared to being on a ship with no captain.
 
2011-09-14 01:50:05 PM

pwhp_67: Let's get this all out of the way:


Bald is a hair color.
Not collecting stamps is a hobby.
Just because you can't see the purple unicorn in my living room doesn't prove it isn't there.


Don't know if this is a meme I'm not familiar with, but:
No, it's not.
No, it's not.
Technically true.

I consider myself agnostic. I just don't know, and I think it is silly that some people think they do. When South Park did the episode about the founding on of the Mormon religion I loved the reactions of some people from different religions, basically stating how crazy or wacky the ideas are, same thing about Scientology. If you tell the stories that are the foundation of any religion, they are all crazy.
 
2011-09-14 01:51:00 PM

meat0918: Saying one thing is a lie does not mean the alternative is "I've found the absolute truth".


I have been trying to tell this to self assured atheists for years, but it's incredible how convinced they are of their own genius.
 
2011-09-14 01:51:09 PM
TFA seems to be talking less about the misconceptions of religious people and more about the misconceptions of farkwits. You know those people who believe not so much out of faith, but because they're too dumb to comprehend any other possibility? Yeah, those. Why does anyone even care what they think, beyond to influence their votes come election time?
 
2011-09-14 01:51:34 PM

bookman: Kome: bookman: Now there is, in fact, a well thought out philosophical justification for moral actions that has nothing to do with God or religion. The only problem with it is the person who thought it out gives far-left liberals and so-called "progressives" a case of the dry heaves: Ayn Rand

Except for the description "well thought out" and the implication that it's the only philosophical justification that has nothing to do with deities or dogma, you're right.

Sorry, I was assuming that there might be some knowledgeable philosophy majors/graduates here on Fark. My bad. Unless you're got competent in-depth knowledge on Rand's systematic views on Epistemology and Metaphysics, you really have no basis of judging whether it's "well thought out" or not. Somehow I suspect that you do not.


It's nice to know that you automatically assume anyone who just says her philosophy isn't well thought-out is philosophically illiterate. It isn't like I provided erroneous arguments against her worldview. I just said that I disagree with the description that it was well thought-out.

But, please, go ahead and continue to try and make whatever point you were trying to make. Getting butthurt defensive at the audacity of someone disagreeing with you before any real discussion has taken place goes a long way towards building a case for your position.
 
2011-09-14 01:51:34 PM

bookman: Kome: bookman: Now there is, in fact, a well thought out philosophical justification for moral actions that has nothing to do with God or religion. The only problem with it is the person who thought it out gives far-left liberals and so-called "progressives" a case of the dry heaves: Ayn Rand

Except for the description "well thought out" and the implication that it's the only philosophical justification that has nothing to do with deities or dogma, you're right.

Sorry, I was assuming that there might be some knowledgeable philosophy majors/graduates here on Fark. My bad. Unless you're got competent in-depth knowledge on Rand's systematic views on Epistemology and Metaphysics, you really have no basis of judging whether it's "well thought out" or not. Somehow I suspect that you do not.


You'd have a point except the far Right that masturbates to Atlas Shrugged every night sure as hell doesn't have a degree in philosophy, either. You're basically setting up a double standard against the Left.
 
G2V
2011-09-14 01:52:05 PM
Atheism is illogical. To believe that there is no god requires giving unnecessary credence to the question of whether a god does or does not exist, and then deciding one way or the other without proof.

Being an Atheist is like being an Antileprechaunist.

Far better to just say there's no point in even asking the question without extremely strong reason, and write the whole religious question off as nonsensical, like the tooth fairy, santa claus, and big foot.

To say you disbelieve in God is the same as saying you disbelieve in immaterial invisible intangible magical pink unicorns that shoot fire from their eyes and are the size of galaxies. They might exist, I sure can't prove they don't, but why bother thinking about it?
 
2011-09-14 01:53:18 PM
Mike Chewbacca

Interesting simul-post. *high-five*
 
2011-09-14 01:53:25 PM

rpm: Maus III: Moon, humans, stars, Earth. Are you stupid? How could a human vagina "just appear out of the nothing"?

Who put the waste treatment plant next to the amusement park?


god is obviously german. if god was japanese, all the men would have squid like appendages.
 
2011-09-14 01:53:43 PM
Believe it or not, it's possible to be an atheist and simultaneously despise liberals.
 
rpm
2011-09-14 01:54:42 PM

Hyperbolic Hyperbole: I have been trying to tell this to self assured atheists for years, but it's incredible how convinced they are of their own genius.


There is an *incredibly* easy way to put those atheists in their place.

Show evidence that they're wrong. Not suppositions, scientifically supported evidence.

Piece of cake. Go to it.
 
2011-09-14 01:55:09 PM
religion = socially advantageous delusion.

probably more than half of any religious sect have different beliefs from the specific written creed of their chosen sect... but it's socially advantageous to continue to belong to the group (especially if you plan to stay in the same geographical proximity).
 
2011-09-14 01:55:34 PM

Hyperbolic Hyperbole: meat0918: Saying one thing is a lie does not mean the alternative is "I've found the absolute truth".

I have been trying to tell this to self assured atheists for years, but it's incredible how convinced they are of their own genius.


I remember vaguely a quote, perhaps by Seneca or Espinoza, that says something to the effect of it being the very peak of conceit to believe that there can be only one path to something as profound as absolute truth.

Personally, I wish the emperor Julian had been successful in what he had undertaken.
 
2011-09-14 01:57:08 PM

G2V: They might exist, I sure can't prove they don't, but why bother thinking about it?


Because other people are willing and eager to subjugate, enslave, rape, torture, and murder people in the name of their immaterial, invisible, intangible, magical, pink unicorn that shoots fire from its eyes and is the size of galaxies.
 
2011-09-14 01:57:38 PM
www.quarterlives.com
 
2011-09-14 01:59:08 PM

mjbok: I just don't know, and I think it is silly that some people think they do.


I also don't know there isn't an invisible stalker in my bedroom, but I'm perfectly comfortable saying there isn't. The only difference is that there isn't a worldwide religion based on the invisible stalker in my bedroom, and yet I'm being small-minded because I'm comfortable saying there is no god.
 
2011-09-14 01:59:59 PM

Barael's Blade: THIS a million times over. Not that its the same but a similar sentiment has come with every out movement. "OK, OK, we get it. You are black/female/gay/atheist, now shut up and don't let me hear or see you being that".


To me, the really curious thing is how many atheists have internalized the notion that any sort of advocacy of our position makes us "just as bad" as the fundamentalists.

I've been kind of shocked at the degree of push-back I get from other atheists when I suggest that maybe, just maybe, it wouldn't be a horrible thing to occasionally make positive arguments for atheism on the general principle that if you believe something to be true, you shouldn't be afraid to make an argument for your position.
 
2011-09-14 02:01:12 PM

G2V: Atheism is illogical. To believe that there is no god requires giving unnecessary credence to the question of whether a god does or does not exist, and then deciding one way or the other without proof.

Being an Atheist is like being an Antileprechaunist.

Far better to just say there's no point in even asking the question without extremely strong reason, and write the whole religious question off as nonsensical, like the tooth fairy, santa claus, and big foot.

To say you disbelieve in God is the same as saying you disbelieve in immaterial invisible intangible magical pink unicorns that shoot fire from their eyes and are the size of galaxies. They might exist, I sure can't prove they don't, but why bother thinking about it?


When you dont have a point, argue semantics. Never fails.
 
2011-09-14 02:03:00 PM

PsiChi: I don't see how anyone who has studied Life can be an atheist, someone who does not believe in God. Look around you - pretty obvious there's intelligence behind the design.


Let's assume for a second your God exists. Look at your God, pretty obvious there's intelligence behind the design of your God, no?
 
myc
2011-09-14 02:03:30 PM

loonatic112358:
i think he'shiat the nail on the head


This is the most beautiful filterpwn I have ever seen.
 
2011-09-14 02:03:36 PM

G2V: Atheism is illogical. To believe that there is no god requires giving unnecessary credence to the question of whether a god does or does not exist, and then deciding one way or the other without proof.

Being an Atheist is like being an Antileprechaunist.

Far better to just say there's no point in even asking the question without extremely strong reason, and write the whole religious question off as nonsensical, like the tooth fairy, santa claus, and big foot.

To say you disbelieve in God is the same as saying you disbelieve in immaterial invisible intangible magical pink unicorns that shoot fire from their eyes and are the size of galaxies. They might exist, I sure can't prove they don't, but why bother thinking about it?


Not all atheists DISbelieve in gods in any active sense. Many of us simply have no belief in gods, just as we have no belief in fairies.

We're not trying to prove to anyone that gods don't exist.

This is a kind of atheism called agnostic atheism. And among atheists, it's an extremely popular view.
 
2011-09-14 02:03:47 PM

drmda: justtray: Quit telling us god doesn't like gays and that the Founding Fathers were Christians

So, why did all the atheists go along with all this "deity" language in the founding documents?


Logic isn't your strength.

"Deity" != "Jesus"
 
2011-09-14 02:04:19 PM

RevLovejoy: Marley'sGirl: TsarTom: Rev. Skarekroe: 1) There are no atheists in foxholes.

That's not a myth, it's just an old saying intended to point out the horrors of war.

Interesting. My take on it was always: "When the chips are down, the important things become apparent." or some such.

/atheist

I interpret it as: "When things get bad enough, even an atheist will ask God for help as a last resort" I believe it to be true - what have you got to lose at that point?

Exactly. I obviously can't prove it, but I bet that on any given Sunday in church, at least half the people there don't believe a lick of what they're hearing, and are simply hedging their bets just in case.


Having been near death now and again, and aware that I was, I can say there are certainly people who don't ask any gods for anything then. In fact the thought didn't even cross my mind in any given case. There was a sort of panic at first when I realised death might ensue. In one case (anaphylactic shock) that or confusion prevailed until I was out of danger altogether, so there wasn't much thinking done whatsoever. In the other case after that wore off I just found myself thinking of things I'd miss if I did die.

I'm sure people who have always been on the fence might have a different reaction, but the idea of gods has never in all my life made any sense to me. It'd be even less logical than a Christian asking Anubis for help. They probably wouldn't even think of that, nevermind try it.
 
2011-09-14 02:05:03 PM

IamSporko: JPJ007: IamSporko: Sticky Hands: Atheists are like onions.

They're delicious when battered and fried?

Who isn't?

Mormons?


nah, we're too stringy / difficult to chew.
 
2011-09-14 02:05:37 PM

Kome: Mike Chewbacca

Interesting simul-post. *high-five*


My first simultpost EVER! In a great thread, pwning a jackass about Atlas Shrugged. WOOT!

*high five*
 
Ant
2011-09-14 02:05:47 PM

Bevets: Bevets:

Acting morally and having a philosophical justification for your actions are two separate issues.

Ennuipoet:

If atheist don't have a moral code but only a philosophical justification for not murdering doctors, blowing up abortion clinics, flying planes into buildings and stealing candy from babies, why are the prisons not full of atheists? If we are so amoral where are the atheist crimes of passion? Why are we not killing everyone that offends us?

You missed my point.


Let me ask you this, Bevets. Is there anything your god could do that would be so reprehensible that you'd stop thinking of him as the most moral being in existence?

If yes, what moral standard are you judging him against?

If no, then what you have is a might-makes-right morality
 
2011-09-14 02:05:58 PM

PsiChi: Some 'Splainin' To Do: PsiChi: I don't see how anyone who has studied Life can be an atheist, someone who does not believe in God. Look around you - pretty obvious there's intelligence behind the design.

I'll only point out that this is an assertion and that I don't agree with the contention.

What I could believe is someone not believing that God is perfect, or all-good. This is called "dystheism." You don't hear too much about that, but that seems much more reasonable than atheism.

Is it intellectually dishonest to say you don't believe in God, when in fact you just can't bring yourself to believe that God would let all that is bad occur?

When I look at the universe and assume, for the sake of argument, that a god created it, I find that the evidence does not point to either a good god or an evil god but, rather, a remote and unconcerned god that doesn't appear to involve itself with its creation.

In other words, I find myself being pointed towards a Deistic god. Since Deism is functionally indistinguishable from atheism, except for an ontological quibble, I don't find much utility in that line of thought.

You find the difference between the belief that there is a God that created all this compared to the belief that this all evolved by itself an "ontological quibble"? That might be like saying that the fact that I'm on a cruise ship with a captain can easily be compared to being on a ship with no captain.


When the god in question has absolutely no interaction with its creation, I would absolutely say that it's a quibble. The difference between a universe that's the product of a Deistic god and a universe that has no creator is functionally nil.

Since there's no way to logically distinguish a Deistic universe from an atheistic universe, I don't see much point in presuming a creator for such a universe except as an ontological curiosity.

In either case, the "ship", itself, does not have a captain steering it.
 
2011-09-14 02:07:18 PM
Also, what the hell is wrong with Fark? I'm sitting at my desk Farking by phone because for some reason I can't get the site to load on my computer's browser.
 
2011-09-14 02:08:23 PM
1.bp.blogspot.com
 
2011-09-14 02:08:30 PM

Hyperbolic Hyperbole: meat0918: Saying one thing is a lie does not mean the alternative is "I've found the absolute truth".

I have been trying to tell this to self assured atheists for years, but it's incredible how convinced they are of their own genius.


Internet atheists or face to face?

I've only met a few face to face, but I can assure you, they and I have not found some absolute truth regarding the existence or non-existence of god, unless "Maybe, but not likely, need more proof" is some profound truth.

There is always the old paradox of "The only absolute truth is there are no absolute truths"
 
2011-09-14 02:08:48 PM

eraser8: PsiChi: Look around you - pretty obvious there's intelligence behind the design.

What are you basing that on?

Be specific.


I've really made it my life's work to try and figure out what the hell is going on here. And, logically, I don't believe that life, animals, people, natural phenomena (e. g., stars, planets, solar systems, universes), could exist without intelligent design. On our planet, for example, there is a delicate balance that is required for life to be maintained. That includes the need for a certain speed of revolution, a certain distance from the sun, a certain mix of breathable air, etc. If any of these goes out of whack, we all die. Yet, we've lived here for, to avoid an argument about other topics, a very long time.

There is a certain graceful beauty to how things work out, and they are seen every day. You will argue that many things do not "work out." But we do not see the whole picture. How many times have you heard someone say, "If I had not gone through (some awful circumstance), I would never have learned to (some life-altering positive thing, such as love)"?

To believe in this way, IMO, you have to believe in reincarnation, which I do. What goes around, comes around. And this is where things get ugly... The way you treat people in a prior life is how you will be treated in this one. We must learn to be kind, one way or another. Apparently, we are very stubborn, and insist on doing things our own way, even when it seems to hurt us very deeply. But God will go to whatever lengths are necessary to bring you around. The problem is that some of these teaching methods don't seem to be too kind themselves.
 
2011-09-14 02:09:40 PM

G2V: Atheism is illogical. To believe that there is no god requires giving unnecessary credence to the question of whether a god does or does not exist, and then deciding one way or the other without proof.

Being an Atheist is like being an Antileprechaunist.

Far better to just say there's no point in even asking the question without extremely strong reason, and write the whole religious question off as nonsensical, like the tooth fairy, santa claus, and big foot.

To say you disbelieve in God is the same as saying you disbelieve in immaterial invisible intangible magical pink unicorns that shoot fire from their eyes and are the size of galaxies. They might exist, I sure can't prove they don't, but why bother thinking about it?


Dammit! Now you have me thinking about gigantic unicorns. Now I am never going to get any work done today.
 
2011-09-14 02:10:58 PM
Oh look bevets the bot is thread shiatting.
 
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