Holy CrapJust read the following:Holy Crap by PyrrhusiVictoria
Totally shocking... and yet, I'm also sad that I'm no longer really surprised this sort of thing is happening.
How can anyone who "demands public execution of atheists", and feels that death is an appropriate response to "blasphemy" - i.e. someone voicing a simple disagreement with your belief - how can anyone like this claim they belong to a "religion of peace"? And how can anyone else take these people seriously?
R.I.P Roy. The world needs a lot more people like you, and a lot fewer people like the assholes who did this to you.
we are hypocritesDo not believe everything they tell you, but think with your own mind.we are hypocrites by NaturesMate
It helps a lot to understand the situation of the world, when we learn about the history - the real one, not the one written by the winner (this has to be taken to account as well).
It takes time and ones own initative and it's not that easy like just switching on the TV and have yourself watered down (mostly fragmentery and including enough lies).
But to understand reasons and connections is one step into the right direction.
The world can be a better place.
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The stubborn myth of the Christian country:Why the U.S. has always been “one nation, under gods”The stubborn myth of the Christian country: by MSOwolf
A historian challenges conservative claims that the U.S. has a single religious heritage.
As Peter Manseau, author of “One Nation, Under Gods: A New American History,” would have it, nothing has done more damage to the ideal of American religious pluralism than the “stubborn persistence of words spoken more than a century before the United States was a nation at all.” Those words are “a city upon a hill,” preached by the Puritan John Winthrop to his fellow colonists as they prepared to leave their ship at Massachusetts Bay in 1630. Most strenuously invoked by Ronald Reagan, the city on the hill, according to Manseau, has for the past 50 years “dominated presidential rhetoric about the nation’s self-understanding, causing an image borrowed from the Gospels to become a tene
Well that's it, I'm now an AtheistWell guys, I can't deal with religious people anymore and I am now an atheist. I was an agnostic, but now I've become an atheist and it's all thanks to the extremists who claim to worship God when all they do is spread hate and everyone seems to be supporting them on their hate.Well that's it, I'm now an Atheist by onyxcarmine
And they tell me I'm going to burn in hell. Oh yeah I love that part because it's such a loving message of kindness and it's basically shoving religion down my throat. I'm tired of these religious nuts telling me I'm evil because I believe in equal rights for gays.
Well you know what, I don't wanna spend an eternity with these people. I don't see how they can say that God and Jesus love us when they're praying for them to comeback and save them and then kill everyone who isn't a, as they call it "True Christian". What kind of God would do that? Doesn't sound like a loving God to me.
But you know what, if I die and if there actually is a God, and he asks me why I didn't believe in him, I'm gonna say "You can tha
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