Steve Lambs wife is an Atheist
JeffG

Raleigh, NC

#50 Nov 6, 2012
doug wrote:
I have a stat! 100% of all atheist believe in God after they die!
No, dougie. You see, after everyone dies, the neurons in their brain undergo oxygen starvation and become necrotic tissue.

The neurons no longer function and that which you and anyone else was prior to death ceases to exist. There is no more sensory input, because the brain and all nerves connected to the brain are dead.

You and everyone else living and that has lived are lost forever.

That's why you need to live the best life that you can now instead of sitting around waiting to die as your religion would have you do.
JeffG

Raleigh, NC

#51 Nov 6, 2012
doug wrote:
Much like Muhlenberg County this post is boring. Before I leave and let "be glad" get back to their Meth I want to leave this uniformed moron with one question. IF you are right and I die I just turn to dust and that's it. But IF I'm right where will that put you? I'm willing to take that risk.
dougie, Pascal's wager is a failure. You have no idea whether you're worshiping the correct god out of over 3000 that are currently worshiped or the countless gods that have been forgotten to time.

You currently have a 1 in 6000 chance of having correctly chosen the right god. Atheists have a 1 in 2 chance of being correct coming from the null position of lacking a belief in a god or gods.

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#52 Nov 6, 2012
JeffG wrote:
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Yes, go ahead and remain willfully ignorant. Keep that mind firmly shut.
Go ahead and continue to foster the mind virus that is religion in your offspring so that they too can be just as theotarded as you.
Bravo!
What went so wrong in your life that made you so full of hate? I know, you'll say your just the intellectual type and all that, but it's more than that. Every misotheist is so full of anger and hate, I wouldn't want to live my life that way.
doug

Rochester, KY

#53 Nov 6, 2012
JeffG wrote:
<quoted text>No, dougie. You see, after everyone dies, the neurons in their brain undergo oxygen starvation and become necrotic tissue.

The neurons no longer function and that which you and anyone else was prior to death ceases to exist. There is no more sensory input, because the brain and all nerves connected to the brain are dead.

You and everyone else living and that has lived are lost forever.

That's why you need to live the best life that you can now instead of sitting around waiting to die as your religion would have you do.
Wow! I never knew that you had died before! I'm sorry that you feel the way you do. I just have 1 question: why do atheists fight SO hard to believe in nothing?
curious

Greenville, KY

#54 Nov 13, 2012
Did she hand out the pamphlets or not?
LSL

Central City, KY

#55 Nov 13, 2012
curious wrote:
Did she hand out the pamphlets or not?
She handed out material at the high school a couple of weeks ago. She's supposed to hand out material at CCES the next time the school has family reading night which is in January.
gotta wonder

Crofton, KY

#56 Nov 13, 2012
LSL wrote:
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She handed out material at the high school a couple of weeks ago. She's supposed to hand out material at CCES the next time the school has family reading night which is in January.
What does this woman do for a living? Best way to handle it is to boycott her. We may not be able to stop her from giving out the atheist literature but we can certainly boycott her lifestyle. If she has a job that deals with the public then don't feed that job. Is she married? If so, don't fee his job either. I can't figure out why atheists waste so much time and talents trying to convice someone there is no God. Maybe they are trying to convince themselves.
iswhatitis

Greenville, KY

#58 Nov 14, 2012
I do not know Suzanne Lamb, but I'm sure her IQ is about double yours.
iswhatitis

Greenville, KY

#60 Nov 14, 2012
doug wrote:
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Psalm 14:1!!!
Doesn't change the IQ differential.
Cool Daddy

Tucker, GA

#61 Nov 14, 2012
Why get so upset with each other.If I believe in God,or any higher power.If I believe that there is no God.Then dont let that stress ya.Im not much on the school allowing people to pass out literature.If I was up there passing out Bibles they would shut that down.Live and let live,but always know that you are always welcome at church.Com e check it out,ya never know,you may likeit.
iswhatitis

Greenville, KY

#63 Nov 14, 2012
doug wrote:
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I'm smart enough to know we didn't come from monkeys or some particle explosion! Atheist are stupid and you seem to be a moron who knows this idiot and wants to defend her cause she's a lawyers wife thinking you might get something from her!
You just proved my point.
Yep

Tucker, GA

#64 Nov 14, 2012
doug wrote:
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I'm smart enough to know we didn't come from monkeys or some particle explosion! Atheist are stupid and you seem to be a moron who knows this idiot and wants to defend her cause she's a lawyers wife thinking you might get something from her!
Wow, really? You're going to pull the evolution card? Please investigate further before you spout nonsense. Saying that "we didn't come from monkeys" only shows that you haven't done your homework. No scientist, evolutionist or atheist subscribes to the Christian-extremist myth that "we came from monkeys".

As far as atheists are concerned, the decision to be one is not taken lightly. Much study is involved, including reading the Bible and studying other religions. It's not some flippant attitude designed to cause trouble or ruffle feathers for the sake of causing you discomfort. You forget, atheism is rejecting ALL religion...not just Christianity. Y'know, the one that was handed to you by your elders...you never had a choice in the matter. For individuals who prefer to think for themselves, brainwashing of any kind is bothersome.

Also, to assume that someone can defend another person only because he/she may find some favor with that person only points to YOUR method of thought. Way to show your character.
gotta wonder

Crofton, KY

#65 Nov 14, 2012
JeffG wrote:
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No, dougie. You see, after everyone dies, the neurons in their brain undergo oxygen starvation and become necrotic tissue.
The neurons no longer function and that which you and anyone else was prior to death ceases to exist. There is no more sensory input, because the brain and all nerves connected to the brain are dead.
You and everyone else living and that has lived are lost forever.
That's why you need to live the best life that you can now instead of sitting around waiting to die as your religion would have you do.
Try reading, "Proof of Heaven", written by a neuro surgeon who had a NDE and never believed in them until he had one. You might just change your mind. He sure did.
doug

Rochester, KY

#67 Nov 14, 2012
iswhatitis wrote:
I do not know Suzanne Lamb, but I'm sure her IQ is about double yours.
I'm smart enough to have left Muhlenberg a long time ago! Nothing there but my rental properties.
Yep

Murfreesboro, TN

#68 Nov 15, 2012
doug wrote:
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So you really truly believe that there is no punishment for sin? Good, bad, Adolph Hitler and Martin Luther King jr are both just dead. One was pure evil and one was peaceful but it don't matter what kind of life you live there is no heaven or hell or punishment after this life? Wow
Way to change the subject.

However, to answer your question: I believe that good, peace, and morals exist outside of the threat of punishment. If you are motivated to be a good person because you fear divine punishment, then your good works are not coming from your heart, they're coming from a sense of self-preservation. If you are a good person because you know that's the right thing to do and that it benefits all of humanity, that decision is made with genuine intent to do good, and not just to save your own ass.

Hitler was a Christian, and so were/are other individuals who have/will do harm to the world. What matters is what's in your heart, not what church you go to.
wow

Greenville, KY

#69 Nov 15, 2012
Yep wrote:
<quoted text>Way to change the subject.

However, to answer your question: I believe that good, peace, and morals exist outside of the threat of punishment. If you are motivated to be a good person because you fear divine punishment, then your good works are not coming from your heart, they're coming from a sense of self-preservation. If you are a good person because you know that's the right thing to do and that it benefits all of humanity, that decision is made with genuine intent to do good, and not just to save your own ass.

Hitler was a Christian, and so were/are other individuals who have/will do harm to the world. What matters is what's in your heart, not what church you go to.
Hitler was not a Christian, but he was a moral saint compared to MLK.
Yep

Murfreesboro, TN

#70 Nov 15, 2012
wow wrote:
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Hitler was not a Christian, but he was a moral saint compared to MLK.
Huh. So twisted, power-hungry politicians and community leaders can say things like:

"Hence today I believe that I am acting in accordance with the will of the Almighty Creator: by defending myself against the Jew, I am fighting for the work of the Lord."

And...

"We were convinced that the people needs and requires this faith. We have therefore undertaken the fight against the atheistic movement, and that not merely with a few theoretical declarations: we have stamped it out."

...to convince gullible individuals who refuse to think for themselves that denying basic rights, condemnation, hate and murder of a singled out group of people are just actions in the eyes of God?

Hm. Imagine that.
E Rich

Greenville, KY

#71 Nov 15, 2012
Yep wrote:
<quoted text>Huh. So twisted, power-hungry politicians and community leaders can say things like:

"Hence today I believe that I am acting in accordance with the will of the Almighty Creator: by defending myself against the Jew, I am fighting for the work of the Lord."

And...

"We were convinced that the people needs and requires this faith. We have therefore undertaken the fight against the atheistic movement, and that not merely with a few theoretical declarations: we have stamped it out."

...to convince gullible individuals who refuse to think for themselves that denying basic rights, condemnation, hate and murder of a singled out group of people are just actions in the eyes of God?

Hm. Imagine that.
Hitler is as much a Christian as me, if you don't believe me I'll tell my cult and they'll tell you! Vote Rich/Jesus 2016
Think Really Hard

Bowling Green, KY

#73 Nov 15, 2012
You went to a real college and you still believe that every word of the Bible is literally true? Were you sleeping in your science classes? Maybe you went to one of those Bible colleges.
GOD

Greenville, KY

#74 Nov 15, 2012
doug wrote:
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I took an IQ test in college...137...you see these nuts...suck'em.
Doug! Please stop posting, you're making us both look bad.

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