Cause someone should be doing some critical thinking around here.
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You seem cool. I wanted to send you an “ask” but it doesn’t seem to be enabled. Anyways, I was wondering if you could talk more about your religious upbringing. Thanks! Cheers!
… Now I don’t claim to be the most religious, perfect being but I find atheists funny, I genuinly do. Don’t get me wrong I do understand where they are coming from an…d I too can see and list many contradictions in religion, I can point out the negative things religion has done/caused (i.e; slavery,racism,hate, paranoia, death, terrorism ETC) HOWEVER, I don’t blame anyone nor do I blame religion I think blame is pointless, what’s done is done. If we are going to talk about “blame” do not BLAME a piece of paper with writing on it, I can write a book doesn’t mean that people should listen to it, it’s our lack of questioning and our lack of logical reasoning not the scriptures.
Furthermore, to deny GOD and say that he doesn’t exist because you cannot see him and base that on the “contradictions” “vile happenings” “illogical rationings” of the biblical/islamic/judaic events ..well.. here is a thought…
Let’s look at; “I cannot see him you cannot prove he is here therefore he doesn’t exist” ….. You cannot prove feelings, it is a collective response that humans have, however there are diseases/illness’ where one cannot do that (Prosopagnosia/sociopaths etc) so let’s say that the atheists have one of those diseases where they cannot digest/interpret/understand feelings…does that mean that those of us who can are crazy, even though we cannot make our feelings tangible? To put this into context…Religious people (theists) they feel God, they base their actions and emotions on God. Yet because they cannot make God present in the same way I can make a piece of Cheese present, Atheists shoot them down and say “well we can’t see God you can’t physically prove him therefore he does not exist” …My question to them is; I cannot see your feelings, I cannot see your thoughts…does that mean that they do not exists and that what you do based on what you feel is crazy?
Who are you to say that what another person believe is crazy and “unreal” “deluded”? People do crazy things in the name of “feelings” yet we allow this idea of a “feeling” to be sane and normal however the idea of a creator or a being higher than us (whatever you wana call God it doesn’t necessarily have to be the God of a religious doctrine) is deemed crazy.
The main reason behind this being that religion has caused the killings of thousand. Motherfucker, a manic depressive or a sadist has “negative” emotions and they kill just as much as a terrorist who believes in some radical form of ISLAM. Why don’t we become FEELINIESTS and reject feelings? Feelings cause as much bullshit as religion does (apparently).
Literally can’t read anymore bc the arguments are so ridiculous and the grammar almost non-existent.
p.s. you clearly do NOT understand where atheists are coming from. As an honest bit of advice, you may want to check out “the atheist experience.”
Christian: “Hey, guys! I found someone who wants to help us out, but he can only do it if we trust him.”
Jew: “Are you sure we can trust this guy? I’m going to send out a signal beacon- someone’s going to hear it and send help sometime soon.”
Scientologist: “Look, both of you. I have a plan, but you have to swear to keep it under wraps. We can do this ourselves, but not if there’s a risk of word getting out.”
Buddhist: “We just have to stay calm. It’s going to be tough, but we can get through this if we think it through.”
Muslim: “All of you, if we just follow their rules, they’re going to let us out for good behavior.”
Hindu: “Or at the very least, they’ll transfer us to a better prison.”
Sikh: “We’re all going to have to cooperate to make that happen. We can’t rely on plans.”
Atheist: “I’m staying here. We’re not going to get out, so I might as well get comfortable.”
Bottom line- We all have our own plans for getting out of that room. Just trying to convince someone else to follow your plan because you think it will work is fine; we see our plan as the way out, and we’re trying to be helpful. But nothing’s going to get accomplished if you drag along someone who doesn’t agree. The Christian can’t force the others to trust his contact. The Atheist can’t nail everyone down and make them accept defeat. The Jew can’t make the others wait for the beacon’s response, the Muslim can’t make everyone follow regulations, the Sikh can’t convince everyone that they should proceed as they do every day, and so on and so forth.
There’s a clear difference between evangelism and intolerance. Talking about our religion isn’t bigotry. Insulting others and calling them bigots IS.
WTF is this bullshit? Atheists are probably the LEAST likely group to just accept their “fate”. We’re the ones who believe that there’s no god and so you gotta do things for yourself. Atheists are also, according to studies, smarter and better educated. A massively disproportionate amount of scientists are atheists. We’re the ones figuring shit out, cause hell, no-one’s ever prayed their way to the moon.
As for jews and the obvious reference to them not trusting jesus. How about ANY evidence that jesus existed and that the NT story is true? How about some of that before malign a group with age-old stereotypes?
And this is in a post about bigotry?!
Dude, get your shit together.
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