Christianity Is Insensible

Christianity Is Insensible

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New York, NY

#1 Jan 26, 2013
In my own opinion, religion is insensible. It is one of the many reasons as to why war is started. But I am going to shed my hatred specifically on the most overrated religion on the planet: Christianity. Christianity, in my perspective, is the most inadequate, inprofound, and crapped-ass religion to have ever been developed since dog shit. Why? Here's why:
1)Some Christians (not all I don't stereotype)believe anything non-Christian-orientated is satanic. If I take a pen and proclaim it to be of the Devil, I have to somehow PROVE that it is satanic. That's like saying rainbows (which i like)are a gay reference. How so when i have no evidential proof that they are gay?
2)they bash on and discriminate against other religion. they proclaim their God as the "one true" God and will go to great lengths to try and get you to convert. First off, I believe people are entitled to their own beliefs. Second, I belive in god but i don't believe in bashing others beliefs.
3)They believe homosexuals are evil? People have their preferences. And they have theirs. Respect that and shut the fuck up.
Now...proceed with the debating.

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