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(Breitbart.com)   'The Bible', airing in March, promises to be a faithful adaptation of the stories of ancient peoples and their alien sky-wizards   (breitbart.com) divider line 225
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2013-01-11 10:51:16 AM  

Uncle Tractor: jjwars1: It's about respect. Why would you expect religious people to respect you if you refer to their God as a "skywizard?". (maybe not you, but atheists as a generalization). From my experience, people learn and form better relationships when they aren't party to people who act douchy or superior regardless of who is right or wrong. A display of true honorable character will win more people over than a display of douche-nozzle superiority. You must earn respect as opposed to demanding it solely because your opinion is the "right" opinion to have.

Yeah, about earning respect ...

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Also, the absence of evidence is not evidence of absence.

So you concede that the Flying Spaghetti Monster might be real? Sorry, but no. Make claims as ludicrous as those in the Bible and you'd better have a way to back them up.

The belief that there is a higher entity out there that one might consider a god is not that far fetched.

Yes, it is that far-fetched.

Worshipping a god who likes animal sacrifices seems a little strange though.

No more strange than anything else in religion.


If you really think your little cartoon represents the opinions of all Christians towards atheists, you're just as narrow-minded and prejudiced as the people that cartoon portrays.  And sure, there are plenty of narrow-minded Christians out there, but if you think that's the way all of them are, well, you're not much different.  You're just wearing a different label.
 
2013-01-11 10:52:34 AM  
Will there be animal sacrifice and menstrual huts?
 
2013-01-11 10:53:57 AM  

someonelse: Will there be animal sacrifice and menstrual huts?


There's no room for animal sacrifice in modern society, but I could buy into menstrual huts.
 
2013-01-11 10:55:20 AM  

jjwars1: The skywizard thing is old and tired. Atheists, if you want religious folks to respect your opinion and take you seriously you'll have to quit acting like you are the superior supreme being douche, and treat them with the same amount of respect as you command.


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2013-01-11 10:59:54 AM  

Nabb1: someonelse: Will there be animal sacrifice and menstrual huts?

There's no room for animal sacrifice in modern society, but I could buy into menstrual huts.


Seriously, if the man cave can be a thing now, why can't we make the ladies lounge a trend? I envision a room full of super comfy sofas and lounge chairs, a mini fridge full of white wine, and a constantly restocked cabinet of Motrin. Also a big screen TV and the complete Downton Abbey on blu ray. Be quiet, my stories are on.
 
2013-01-11 11:00:20 AM  

Jodeo: oblig-ish
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Here you go.
 
2013-01-11 11:03:22 AM  

Nabb1: someonelse: Will there be animal sacrifice and menstrual huts?

There's no room for animal sacrifice in modern society, but I could buy into menstrual huts.


Man caves, garages, and bars are menstrual huts in a reverse sense. Instead of forcing the women away during this time, the men just hide in these areas until the time has passed.
 
2013-01-11 11:04:40 AM  

Burr: Nabb1: someonelse: Will there be animal sacrifice and menstrual huts?

There's no room for animal sacrifice in modern society, but I could buy into menstrual huts.

Man caves, garages, and bars are menstrual huts in a reverse sense. Instead of forcing the women away during this time, the men just hide in these areas until the time has passed.


Good point. I still like the lounge idea, though.
 
2013-01-11 11:05:56 AM  

someonelse: Nabb1: someonelse: Will there be animal sacrifice and menstrual huts?

There's no room for animal sacrifice in modern society, but I could buy into menstrual huts.

Seriously, if the man cave can be a thing now, why can't we make the ladies lounge a trend? I envision a room full of super comfy sofas and lounge chairs, a mini fridge full of white wine, and a constantly restocked cabinet of Motrin. Also a big screen TV and the complete Downton Abbey on blu ray. Be quiet, my stories are on.


Chocolate.  Do not forget the chocolate.
 
2013-01-11 11:08:15 AM  

Nabb1: someonelse: Nabb1: someonelse: Will there be animal sacrifice and menstrual huts?

There's no room for animal sacrifice in modern society, but I could buy into menstrual huts.

Seriously, if the man cave can be a thing now, why can't we make the ladies lounge a trend? I envision a room full of super comfy sofas and lounge chairs, a mini fridge full of white wine, and a constantly restocked cabinet of Motrin. Also a big screen TV and the complete Downton Abbey on blu ray. Be quiet, my stories are on.

Chocolate.  Do not forget the chocolate.


My conspiracy theory is that this already exists in women bathrooms. It just takes two women to activate the secret door in the bathrooms. This is why they always go to the bathroom in pairs.
 
2013-01-11 11:08:27 AM  

Richard C Stanford: rtaylor92: jjwars1: The skywizard thing is old and tired. Atheists, if you want religious folks to respect your opinion and take you seriously you'll have to quit acting like you are the superior supreme being douche, and treat them with the same amount of respect as you command.

by default, those not believing in supernatural deities with as much proof of their existence as Harry Potter or any other literary fictional character, have a right to feel superior. Sorry, thems the breaks for believing in crazy.

And while we're here, I'd love to better understand what grounds religious people would have to not respect an atheists fact-based belief system.

See, this is why Militant Atheists are just as bad as fundamentalists. They both treat anyone with different believes as ignorant scum and both believe they're superior to everyone else.


The difference is that fundamentalists base their opinion on an even more ridiculous and retarded belief than the common religious people. The atheists on the other hand, base their opinion on fact, logic and common sense.

The fact is that there is zero evidence for the existence God while there is plenty of evidence from all fields of science that prove that all religion consists of fairytales and falsehoods made up by man, from archeological, historical and philological studies that have pointed out the falsehoods in the bible, to (evolutionary) psychology, sociology, physics, astronomy etc. Not to mention basic common sense and logic and simple fact that the Bible is so full of contradictions. There is no evidence nor real argument for the existence of God.

There is so much evidence and so many good arguments against it, that for anyone who bothers to think about it, the likelihood of a God existing and/or the Bible being the true word of God is so close to zero that you might just call it zero and get it over with.

So, why should I respect an adult who believes in God any more than an adult who still believes in Santa Claus? There is no difference between the two. There really isn't. Both are equally ridiculous. For the sake of politeness and social conventions I do my best not to ridicule religious people unless they start themselves, but respect for their opinions is not in any way necessary any more.

A few hundred years ago, in more ignorant times, it might have a been matter of opinion against opinion. But this is 2013.
Any person who had a basic education and has access to a library or the internet, yet still choses to believe in fairytales and invisible skywizards, is not in any way worthy of respect. He is someone who willingly choses to remain ignorant because he is too afraid to face his own fears.
 
2013-01-11 11:09:18 AM  

Nabb1: How do you know all of those stories are literal accounts of factual occurrences?  How do you know many of may very well be parables and allegory?  How do you know some of what was written was merely the writer's attempt to rationalize preconceived notions about the world as opposed to an understanding of the nature of God?  Human understanding evolves and changes, and no one is perfect.  Theology is as much philosophy as anything else.  If you aren't going to look deeper into scripture than what is on the fact of the literal text, you aren't approaching it in a very thoughtful manner, IMO.  And maybe you aren't interested enough to try it, and that's fine, but don't assume your sweeping generalizations are anything more than reactionary as opposed to the product of any real intellectual work.


So, essentially, what you're saying is that, in order not to come to the conclusion that god is a repugnant character, you have to read the text of the Bible and then assume that it means something completely different to what it actually says?

Aren't you, at that point, just making up your own supreme being and assigning it the characteristics that you'd like it to have?
 
2013-01-11 11:12:33 AM  
Having been an atheist, I still find 'Invisible Sky Wizard' hilarious. We giggle about it at church. Am also fond of 'Optimus Prime died for your sins.'

FWIW: The murdery rapey, incesty parts describe us as a people. (YMMV) Reporting, not condoning. You're supposed to be appalled, even when the guy cut up the girl and sent parts to the tribes. "Really God? You're trying to save us through _those_ people?" Yep, that's humanity all over. Look at the news, that's who we are.

David was a murder and an adulterer. Yet he was 'a man after God's heart', because he always repented. Not everybody repents. God showing up in the flesh didn't convince some people to repent.

Am also fond of the Apocrypha. It's got dragons and everything.
 
2013-01-11 11:15:32 AM  

Nabb1: How do you know all of those stories are literal accounts of factual occurrences? How do you know many of may very well be parables and allegory? How do you know some of what was written was merely the writer's attempt to rationalize preconceived notions about the world as opposed to an understanding of the nature of God? Human understanding evolves and changes, and no one is perfect. Theology is as much philosophy as anything else. If you aren't going to look deeper into scripture than what is on the fact of the literal text, you aren't approaching it in a very thoughtful manner, IMO. And maybe you aren't interested enough to try it, and that's fine, but don't assume your sweeping generalizations are anything more than reactionary as opposed to the product of any real intellectual work.


It's continually astonishing how far away from rational thinking religionists are willing to go to avoid having to admit the irrationality of their beliefs.

Feel free to claim that the entire bible is nothing more than metaphor and parable if you wish - but if you do that, you must also admit that your god is nothing more than metaphor and parable.
 
2013-01-11 11:17:19 AM  
With Martin Freeman as Rincewind? Please?
 
2013-01-11 11:17:44 AM  

grxymkjbn: Nabb1: How do you know all of those stories are literal accounts of factual occurrences? How do you know many of may very well be parables and allegory? How do you know some of what was written was merely the writer's attempt to rationalize preconceived notions about the world as opposed to an understanding of the nature of God? Human understanding evolves and changes, and no one is perfect. Theology is as much philosophy as anything else. If you aren't going to look deeper into scripture than what is on the fact of the literal text, you aren't approaching it in a very thoughtful manner, IMO. And maybe you aren't interested enough to try it, and that's fine, but don't assume your sweeping generalizations are anything more than reactionary as opposed to the product of any real intellectual work.

It's continually astonishing how far away from rational thinking religionists are willing to go to avoid having to admit the irrationality of their beliefs.

Feel free to claim that the entire bible is nothing more than metaphor and parable if you wish - but if you do that, you must also admit that your god is nothing more than metaphor and parable.


I'm not really that religious.  I'm fairly close to atheist - I doubt the existence of God, but I haven't ruled it out altogether - actually, but I'm just not an ass about it.  I have many friends who are atheist, many who are deeply devout.  Most of the people who argue here and slag other people are just petty, small-minded types.
 
2013-01-11 11:18:16 AM  
John Huston is disappoint.

/not clicking on a Breitbart link
 
2013-01-11 11:22:02 AM  

Felix_T_Cat: Having been an atheist, I still find 'Invisible Sky Wizard' hilarious. We giggle about it at church. Am also fond of 'Optimus Prime died for your sins.'

FWIW: The murdery rapey, incesty parts describe us as a people. (YMMV) Reporting, not condoning.


You're right. Yahweh did not condone the murder of all living things in the cities of Jericho, Ai, and other Canaanite cites by his Israelites.
He ordered it. He also ordered the murder of a man who disobeyed that command, along with the man's entire family.
 
2013-01-11 11:24:23 AM  

Nabb1: Most of the people who argue here and slag other people are just petty, small-minded types.


Defending Christianity is akin to defending racism and other forms of bigotry. It's indefensible to anyone who has a rational, coherent ethical system.

I don't go through the streets shouting "Your bigotry makes me sick!", nor do I go into churches to disrupt their rituals; but actively defending something as wrong as religion betrays a warped sense of morality, IMO.
 
2013-01-11 11:27:25 AM  

grxymkjbn: Nabb1: Most of the people who argue here and slag other people are just petty, small-minded types.

Defending Christianity is akin to defending racism and other forms of bigotry. It's indefensible to anyone who has a rational, coherent ethical system.


Okay, so all those Christian churches that were instrumental in the Civil Rights Movement were akin to racism and bigotry?  It seems to me you may have some bigotry issues of your own to sort out.
 
2013-01-11 11:30:42 AM  

Nabb1: Okay, so all those Christian churches that were instrumental in the Civil Rights Movement were akin to racism and bigotry? It seems to me you may have some bigotry issues of your own to sort out.


They were behaving contrary to their professed beliefs, as religionists most often do. Slavery is ordained in the bible - and not in some vague 'metaphorical' sense.

I think that the 'discussion' graphic posted above is a good guide for discussions of this nature. Would you agree with that statement?
 
2013-01-11 11:31:26 AM  

Nabb1: grxymkjbn: Nabb1: Most of the people who argue here and slag other people are just petty, small-minded types.

Defending Christianity is akin to defending racism and other forms of bigotry. It's indefensible to anyone who has a rational, coherent ethical system.

Okay, so all those Christian churches that were instrumental in the Civil Rights Movement were akin to racism and bigotry?  It seems to me you may have some bigotry issues of your own to sort out.


And Gandhi thought that black people were subhuman. It's quite possible to do good in one field while still being bigoted in another.
 
2013-01-11 11:32:06 AM  
Professionally speaking, these shows are almost always utter crap (cf. Christine Amanpour's recent one). A nice exception is Frontline's series, From Jesus to Christ Solid scholarship and next to no derp.
 
2013-01-11 11:33:04 AM  

DammitIForgotMyLogin: Nabb1: grxymkjbn: Nabb1: Most of the people who argue here and slag other people are just petty, small-minded types.

Defending Christianity is akin to defending racism and other forms of bigotry. It's indefensible to anyone who has a rational, coherent ethical system.

Okay, so all those Christian churches that were instrumental in the Civil Rights Movement were akin to racism and bigotry?  It seems to me you may have some bigotry issues of your own to sort out.

And Gandhi thought that black people were subhuman. It's quite possible to do good in one field while still being bigoted in another.


Indeed, and often those people aren't even aware of their own self-contradiction, being so convinced they have the ethical and intellectual high ground and all.
 
2013-01-11 11:33:25 AM  

Farking Canuck: /people are stupid!


Well, yeah, they read the bible and believed it was all true.
 
2013-01-11 11:35:04 AM  

grxymkjbn: Nabb1: Okay, so all those Christian churches that were instrumental in the Civil Rights Movement were akin to racism and bigotry? It seems to me you may have some bigotry issues of your own to sort out.

They were behaving contrary to their professed beliefs, as religionists most often do.


They were behaving contrary to what you think their professed beliefs are.  It just seems to me you have an extreme disdain for all religious people, and that's pretty bigoted, in my opinion.
 
2013-01-11 11:35:48 AM  

Nabb1: Indeed, and often those people aren't even aware of their own self-contradiction, being so convinced they have the ethical and intellectual high ground and all.


It's very easy to convince me that I am mistaken; all that is necessary is to provide me with compelling, objectively verifiable evidence to the contrary of my understanding of the situation.
 
2013-01-11 11:36:08 AM  

Nabb1: Indeed, and often those people aren't even aware of their own self-contradiction, being so convinced they have the ethical and intellectual high ground and all.


Indeed. After all, reading the Bible and coming to the rational conclusion that the God described therein is not a being worthy of love and respect is exactly the same as believing that people who come to that conclusion should be punished for all eternity.
 
2013-01-11 11:38:14 AM  

Nabb1: They were behaving contrary to what you think their professed beliefs are. It just seems to me you have an extreme disdain for all religious people, and that's pretty bigoted, in my opinion.


If a person says "I am a Christian and I believe in the bible" and the bible quite clearly says "A" and the person behaves in contradiction to "A", then what *I* think does not enter into the equation.
 
2013-01-11 11:40:13 AM  

DammitIForgotMyLogin: Rated (R) for scenes of extreme violence and nudity


That conservative? They took out all the good parts, then.

The Bible is NC-17 territory, at the least. NR territory for a real start.
 
2013-01-11 11:48:25 AM  
So it's going to be a lot of people begatting other people.
 
2013-01-11 11:49:35 AM  

grxymkjbn: Nabb1: Most of the people who argue here and slag other people are just petty, small-minded types.

Defending Christianity is akin to defending racism and other forms of bigotry. It's indefensible to anyone who has a rational, coherent ethical system.

I don't go through the streets shouting "Your bigotry makes me sick!", nor do I go into churches to disrupt their rituals; but actively defending something as wrong as religion betrays a warped sense of morality, IMO.


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2013-01-11 11:51:58 AM  
Sorry, but I don't watch enough South Park to get the reference.
 
2013-01-11 11:51:59 AM  

rtaylor92: jjwars1: The skywizard thing is old and tired. Atheists, if you want religious folks to respect your opinion and take you seriously you'll have to quit acting like you are the superior supreme being douche, and treat them with the same amount of respect as you command.

by default, those not believing in supernatural deities with as much proof of their existence as Harry Potter or any other literary fictional character, have a right to feel superior. Sorry, thems the breaks for believing in crazy.

And while we're here, I'd love to better understand what grounds religious people would have to not respect an atheists fact-based belief system.


By not accepting that sky daddy will torture you for not loving him like he likes you makes you some sort of delusional nutjob?
 
2013-01-11 12:04:17 PM  
The article is meh. The comments are gold, so those of you who have an aversion to Breitbart should read them for the Derp.

FTFC: The Bible is about Jesus Christ start to finish

/Sorry about that, my Jewish friends.
 
2013-01-11 12:16:02 PM  

grxymkjbn: Sorry, but I don't watch enough South Park to get the reference.


Link
 
2013-01-11 12:26:32 PM  

Karac: Felix_T_Cat: Having been an atheist, I still find 'Invisible Sky Wizard' hilarious. We giggle about it at church. Am also fond of 'Optimus Prime died for your sins.'

FWIW: The murdery rapey, incesty parts describe us as a people. (YMMV) Reporting, not condoning.

You're right. Yahweh did not condone the murder of all living things in the cities of Jericho, Ai, and other Canaanite cites by his Israelites.
He ordered it. He also ordered the murder of a man who disobeyed that command, along with the man's entire family.


Well, to be frank, Achan coveted and and stole what he wasn't supposed to. He hid so much gold and silver in his tent that his family couldn't have missed it. Achan wasn't standing up for principle, it was greed. When caught red handed, he did confess, but it was too late. He had put the rest of the camp at risk of infection from greed.

Sodom and Gomorrah were given time to repent, but they did not. "If there are 10 good people, I will stay my hand." "Collect your family and leave."

Nineveh repented and Jonah was pretty pissed about God forgiving them.

The Israelites were in danger of being corrupted by the surrounding corruption and they were. Luckily, finally Jesus.

Also, I don't have the exact verse in front of me, but Moses commands not to return runaway slaves, "For you yourselves were once slaves." So you have to be careful of context,

The thing is that most people think that they know what's being offered, but they don't. The church in the west is pretty ineffective at getting the actual message out. A lot of Christians don't seem to know their own bible. I make a lot of obscure scripture jokes and most church people have no idea what I'm referencing.

I recommend going to a bible study to find out what their understanding is. I didn't want to become a Christian, those guys are nuts. Another guy I met started coming to a bible study I attend because he was atheist and wanted to rescue us. I thought that was an awesome and loving thing for him to do. 6 months later he got baptized.

When I started attending a bible study, I said a lot of outrageous and combative things. They wouldn't fight with me. Sometimes they would explain, but sometimes there wasn't much they could say about my vitriol. They just invited me back and kept going with the study. I'm glad I kept going. I found out that I 'didn't know what I thought I did.'

Really, my problem was confirmation bias. "God's a big old meany!" ...snip... ...snip... ...snip... see? They took the time to explain the context and historical situation.

Cheers
 
2013-01-11 12:26:41 PM  
Are there atheists that aren't arrogant a-holes? I'm starting to believe more in Santa than I believe in kind atheists. Seriously, it must exhausting being so arrogant.
 
2013-01-11 12:33:25 PM  

bluelime: Are there atheists that aren't arrogant a-holes? I'm starting to believe more in Santa than I believe in kind atheists. Seriously, it must exhausting being so arrogant.


Being right all the time IS exhausting, but it's worth it.
 
2013-01-11 12:38:46 PM  

jjwars1: The skywizard thing is old and tired. Atheists, if you want religious folks to respect your opinion and take you seriously you'll have to quit acting like you are the superior supreme being douche, and treat them with the same amount of respect as you command.


Ya, I'll treat them the same way I treat people who believe in Big Foot, the Loch Ness Monster and Alien abductions, smile politely and hope they don't own firearms.
 
2013-01-11 12:42:15 PM  

velvet_fog: Jodeo: oblig-ish
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Here you go.



Same old same old...
Something had to exist...
 
2013-01-11 12:43:43 PM  

kid_icarus: Khellendros: PIP_the_TROLL: rtaylor92: jjwars1: The skywizard thing is old and tired. Atheists, if you want religious folks to respect your opinion and take you seriously you'll have to quit acting like you are the superior supreme being douche, and treat them with the same amount of respect as you command.

by default, those not believing in supernatural deities with as much proof of their existence as Harry Potter or any other literary fictional character, have a right to feel superior. Sorry, thems the breaks for believing in crazy.

And while we're here, I'd love to better understand what grounds religious people would have to not respect an atheists fact-based belief system.

99.9% of the 'facts' atheists believe in have never been independently verified by themselves, so such belief is as faith-based as anything else.

75% of statistics are made up on the spot.

I'm 105% certain you just made that up.


4 out of 5 dentists frown upon these shenanigans.
 
2013-01-11 12:44:55 PM  

DammitIForgotMyLogin: jjwars1: DammitIForgotMyLogin: Rated (R) for scenes of extreme violence and nudity

Plus incest!

And let's not forget all the rapes. It seems God(TM) really likes seeing people get raped.


He not always a voyeur. He also participated at least once.
 
xcv
2013-01-11 12:48:13 PM  

Cheron: EfiniX: Came for the Caucasian comment. Not disappointed. I wonder how the typical Breitbart reader would respond to a big-nosed, dark-skinned Jesus?

When bigoted christians make comments about Jews I like to point out that Jesus lived his whole life as an orthodox Jewish rabbi


Isn't a cornerstone of the Christian Identity movement that WASPS are actually descendents of the real Jews and Jesus was more likely to have bad teeth than a big nose?
 
2013-01-11 12:51:11 PM  

Uncle Tractor: Will this guy be in it?

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The gun needs to be bigger.
 
2013-01-11 12:59:31 PM  

Nabb1: grxymkjbn: Nabb1: Most of the people who argue here and slag other people are just petty, small-minded types.

Defending Christianity is akin to defending racism and other forms of bigotry. It's indefensible to anyone who has a rational, coherent ethical system.

Okay, so all those Christian churches that were instrumental in the Civil Rights Movement were akin to racism and bigotry?  It seems to me you may have some bigotry issues of your own to sort out.


You're never bigoted when you decide everyone else is a bigot!
 
2013-01-11 01:03:06 PM  

gshepnyc: jjwars1: The skywizard thing is old and tired. Atheists, if you want religious folks to respect your opinion and take you seriously you'll have to quit acting like you are the superior supreme being douche, and treat them with the same amount of respect as you command.

Sorry, pursuing a view of the universe and our place in it based on reason, evidence, scrutiny and skepticism is NOT equally weighted with pursuing the same based on a personal relationship with a mystical, mythological being who can allegedly suspend the laws of nature to suit his adherent's needs.

You are entitled to believe in total horseshiat if you want to but you are out of your mind to expect that that entitles you to respect. Quite the opposite, actually. Especially when you use that horseshiat to try and shape policy, affect the lives of non-believers and the like.


I really don't know what you are talking about. I don't use horseshiat to shape policy or affect the lives of non-believers nor do I think the fact based science approach entitles others to be disrespectful of people or give them the right to act like they are superior.

Respect is a simple concept people have a difficult time grasping, and they like to use strawman arguments as a reason why they shouldn't act like decent human beings.
 
2013-01-11 01:07:05 PM  

gunga galunga: jjwars1: The skywizard thing is old and tired. Atheists, if you want religious folks to respect your opinion and take you seriously you'll have to quit acting like you are the superior supreme being douche, and treat them with the same amount of respect as you command.

Here's the thing. We don't give a shiat if you take us seriously or not. However, we will do whatever it takes to ensure that the rest of us don't have to live our lives to abide by whatever your invisible friend tells you how you think we should live our lives. We also will do whatever it takes to stop you from forcing schools from teaching our children Christian mythology as history and "my invisible friend did it" as science.

We don't want your approval. We just what you to shut the fark up.


Hahah, oh the irony!
 
2013-01-11 01:10:05 PM  

PIP_the_TROLL: rtaylor92: jjwars1: The skywizard thing is old and tired. Atheists, if you want religious folks to respect your opinion and take you seriously you'll have to quit acting like you are the superior supreme being douche, and treat them with the same amount of respect as you command.

by default, those not believing in supernatural deities with as much proof of their existence as Harry Potter or any other literary fictional character, have a right to feel superior. Sorry, thems the breaks for believing in crazy.

And while we're here, I'd love to better understand what grounds religious people would have to not respect an atheists fact-based belief system.

99.9% of the 'facts' atheists believe in have never been independently verified by themselves, so such belief is as faith-based as anything else.


That is the silliest comment ever. I have never been to Wyoming, but I don't have to have faith to know it exists.
 
2013-01-11 01:11:24 PM  

EfiniX: Came for the Caucasian comment. Not disappointed. I wonder how the typical Breitbart reader would respond to a big-nosed, dark-skinned Jesus?


The bigger the nose, the more cocaine for drug-fueled gay orgies, bible style!
 
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