Atheist student groups flower on coll...

Atheist student groups flower on college campuses

There are 9 comments on the Spencer New Leader story from Nov 21, 2009, titled Atheist student groups flower on college campuses. In it, Spencer New Leader reports that:

AMES, Iowa The sign sits propped on a wooden chair, inviting all comers: "Ask an Atheist." Whenever a student gets within a few feet, Anastasia Bodnar waves and smiles, trying to make a good first impression before eyes drift down to a word many Americans rank down there with "socialist." Bodnar is the happy face of atheism at Iowa State University ...

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Anthony Flemming

Libertyville, IL

#1 Nov 21, 2009
Why I left Atheism.

It is Unrealistic and Unlivable.

http://www.evolutionfacts.blogspot.com
nina

Ottawa, Canada

#2 Nov 23, 2009
Anthony Flemming wrote:
Why I left Atheism.
...
again, you were never an atheist

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#3 Nov 23, 2009
If I had a nickel for everytime someone posted that link on these forums...
nina

Ottawa, Canada

#4 Nov 23, 2009
Headhunter 300M wrote:
If I had a nickel for everytime someone posted that link on these forums...
I cannot wrap my mind around how he continues to post the same patently silly claim and appears to beleive it - despite it's obvious lie and misrepresentation

that ability for self delusion is staggering

almost makes me feel bad for him if he wasn't so annoying.
Rich

Caribou, ME

#5 Nov 23, 2009
where is the link to a page that offers empirical evidence to refute the claims of the site Anthony posted? Surely one exists,assumption,winks and eye rolling dont count as empirical evidence.

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#6 Nov 23, 2009
Rich wrote:
where is the link to a page that offers empirical evidence to refute the claims of the site Anthony posted? Surely one exists,assumption,winks and eye rolling dont count as empirical evidence.
Pretty much any website with facts...that isn't religously biased.
The site in question is based on misrepresenting facts...it would have some accuracy if it were disputing actual claims and valid information instead of made-up nonsense.

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#7 Nov 24, 2009
If one must use false information (lies) to argue in favor of their religious beliefs, what does that say about the credibility of the beliefs, as well as the individual's character?
nina

Ottawa, Canada

#8 Nov 24, 2009
Rich wrote:
where is the link to a page that offers empirical evidence to refute the claims of the site Anthony posted?.
patently false claims are self evidently so

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#9 Nov 24, 2009
nina wrote:
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patently false claims are self evidently so
Well said, Nina...it isn't anymore complicated than that.

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