Atheism requires as much faith as rel...

Atheism requires as much faith as religion?

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Atheism requires as much faith as religion? bearvspuma : The only problem with this rationalization is that ita s assuming all athiests are so because theya re intelligent in the ways of science and reasoning and all people that believe in a form of god are unintelligent.

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“I see quantum effects”

Since: Jan 11

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#223106 Apr 5, 2014
mtimber wrote:
<quoted text>A teacher preaching evolution is establishing religion, what is your point?

That only one view is permitted?
Evolution is science, no matter how much you wish it wasn't.
IPSEC

Arlington, TX

#223107 Apr 5, 2014
mtimber wrote:
<quoted text>
A teacher preaching evolution is establishing religion, what is your point?
That only one view is permitted?
Preaching evolution? Is teaching that water boils at 100C at MSL preaching? Is not including a view that angels could be exciting the molecules of hydrogen and oxygen to make them bubble only permitting one view?

You're lost.
O G Kush

United States

#223108 Apr 5, 2014
mtimber wrote:
<quoted text>
It is different, how do you logically conclude that different = impossible?
Commonsense.

Please give me your version of what paradise would actually be like if... you were to achieve it.

Would the 911 martyrs become your friends?
Would the toilets ever need repair or be present at all?
Who cooks the food and where is it grown?
Can you see your entire lineage since the first amoeba?

The whole concept is laughable!
IPSEC

Arlington, TX

#223109 Apr 5, 2014
BenAdam wrote:
<quoted text>
In public schools, the teacher is State employee.
States have Congresses.
A teacher leading prayer is establishing religion.
What Moe and Larry are really missing is that the wall of separation protects them and whatever weird brand of religion they want to occupy their stilted minds.

Catcher1

Since: Sep 10

Redondo Beach, CA

#223110 Apr 5, 2014
Buck Crick wrote:
<quoted text>
"as interpreted by the Supreme Court"
Are you aware of a way to interpret the phrase "Congress shall make no law" to mean "teacher may not lead a prayer"?
We have little recourse against activist courts who subvert the Constitution, violate their oaths, and betray their country.
What pisses me off is the sheepish way people tolerate it. Atheists are fine with the treason of the present subject on church and state. They won't be so chipper if a conservative majority manages to commit the same corruption.
But that's not likely. Liberalism is winning the day, and picking up speed, as they tumble us toward destruction.
I'm glad that at least you are preparing yourself.

You can always live in your fantasies though.

Dred Scott and all that.

“"None shall pass"”

Since: Jul 11

There

#223112 Apr 5, 2014
mtimber wrote:
<quoted text>
So that justifies Greek sexual immorality?
Interesting argument...
WTF ?

River asked about the languages of early manuscripts. I answered.

“Robert Stevens”

Since: Dec 08

Jersey City , NJ

#223113 Apr 5, 2014
Over 200,000 comments and Atheist can't admit the clear and simple fact, they can NOT prove their faith, therefore as the tread reads the answer is yes. For those that really do believe other wise don't waste your time posting here. Write the book and I'll see you on TV. Either way you'll waste your time because you can't do that either. Can't as in it can not be done. The fact atheist have turned this into a 200,000+ post tread proves they are more faithful than any other group. What makes this tread and others like it so funny is, atheist debate details of God with other, and still claim they don't believe. OK.

Since: Jan 13

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#223114 Apr 5, 2014
IPSEC wrote:
<quoted text>That's your second straw man in a row. Children should be taught how to think critically and not be indoctrinated into something to which they are threatened and can not question. Period. There is plenty of time to introduce your immoral Dear Leader.
Once they have been indoctrinated into atheism you mean?

“"None shall pass"”

Since: Jul 11

There

#223115 Apr 5, 2014
mtimber wrote:
<quoted text>
A teacher preaching evolution is establishing religion, what is your point?
That only one view is permitted?
Science is not a religion.

You are a deceitful moron.

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#223116 Apr 5, 2014
scaritual wrote:
<quoted text>http://www.youtube.com /watch?v=MOKMl57WtK0XX
The passion of zombie jesus. Lmao.

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#223117 Apr 5, 2014
Aerobatty wrote:
<quoted text>Evolution is science, no matter how much you wish it wasn't.
Evolution isn't science it is a religion that hides behind the lie it is science.

Preaching the propaganda has no impact here...

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#223118 Apr 5, 2014
wilderide wrote:
<quoted text>
No, it means that different justices interpret the constitution differently. Study the history of the court; they have changed their minds many times over many parts of the Constitution.
No. If it means whatever justices say it means, then it means nothing.

It requires, if what you say is true, that justices speak the meaning for it to have meaning.

In itself, the Constitution would have no meaning.

That's bull shit, of course. It does not mean whatever justices say it means. It means what the words and sentences ratified by the people mean, coupled with the best determination of original intent.

That's what it means. The "whatever the court says it means" is a lie.

Abraham Lincoln:

"The candid citizen must confess that if the policy of the Government, upon vital questions affecting the whole people, is to be irrevocably fixed by the decisions of the Supreme Court, the instant they are made in ordinary litigation between parties in personal actions, the people will have ceased to be their own rulers, having to that extent practically resigned their Government into the hands of that eminent tribunal."

“"None shall pass"”

Since: Jul 11

There

#223119 Apr 5, 2014
Aerobatty wrote:
<quoted text>
It's really that simple.
But you have to consider how simple buck is.
It isn't just Buck.

There are millions of these religitards trying to shove their ignorant superstitions down everyone's throats.

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#223120 Apr 5, 2014
IPSEC wrote:
<quoted text>Preaching evolution? Is teaching that water boils at 100C at MSL preaching? Is not including a view that angels could be exciting the molecules of hydrogen and oxygen to make them bubble only permitting one view?

You're lost.
I see you are a believer...

Since: Jan 13

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#223121 Apr 5, 2014
O G Kush wrote:
<quoted text>Commonsense.

Please give me your version of what paradise would actually be like if... you were to achieve it.

Would the 911 martyrs become your friends?
Would the toilets ever need repair or be present at all?
Who cooks the food and where is it grown?
Can you see your entire lineage since the first amoeba?

The whole concept is laughable!
You embrace naturalism as your foundational unchallenged pre supposition and then argue the impossibility of the contrary based on your indoctrination into the nonsense of naturalism and no other authority.
O G Kush

United States

#223122 Apr 5, 2014
tricki wrote:
<quoted text>
You can't have any doubts as a Christian. Verboten
I am skeptical, cynical and doubtful of extraordinary claims until sufficient evidence has been presented.

This thread title was about atheism requiring faith, I commented on that.

“He who will not reason, is a bigot; He who cannot, is a fool;
And he who dares not, is a slave.”~William Drummond

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#223123 Apr 5, 2014
BenAdam wrote:
<quoted text>Science is not a religion.

You are a deceitful moron.
Evolutionary doctrine is a religious tenet and is not science contrary to your indoctrinated beliefs.

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#223124 Apr 5, 2014
BenAdam wrote:
<quoted text>It isn't just Buck.

There are millions of these religitards trying to shove their ignorant superstitions down everyone's throats.
He says, preaching his religion...
IPSEC

Arlington, TX

#223125 Apr 5, 2014
Buck Crick wrote:
<quoted text>
"as interpreted by the Supreme Court"
Are you aware of a way to interpret the phrase "Congress shall make no law" to mean "teacher may not lead a prayer"?
We have little recourse against activist courts who subvert the Constitution, violate their oaths, and betray their country.
What pisses me off is the sheepish way people tolerate it. Atheists are fine with the treason of the present subject on church and state. They won't be so chipper if a conservative majority manages to commit the same corruption.
But that's not likely. Liberalism is winning the day, and picking up speed, as they tumble us toward destruction.
The. Constitution of the United Staes of America is the most liberal set of laws ever composed. "We the people", not lords, not gods, not masters.

A conservative majority already exists on the Supreme Court and they are subverting the very election laws that sought to keep a balance among we the people and not cede the power to the monied gentry. Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness is liberalism's first principle and America's historic promise. Constitutional liberalism led to the American and French revolutions as backlash to the conservative principles of their contemporary governing bodies. Religious liberty, freedom of thought and speech, the division of government powers, an independent civil society, and the rights of private property and economic freedom are liberal, not conservative ideals.

Conservatives in this country transitioned from slavery to employees as slaves. Work seven days a week, live in company supplied housing, and purchase goods at the company store. There's some family values for you. Liberalism brought us the 8 hour day, the 40 hour work week, civil rights, environmentalism, broad based prosperity, a strong middle class, et al.

We do not have liberalism any more in this country. What we have is an oligarchy, where corporations rule, where employees are once again treated as chattel, where the middle class is decimated, where upward mobility is a farce, all this aided and abetted by both parties and slam dunked by the Supreme Court.

You, futznuck, are clueless.
IPSEC

Arlington, TX

#223126 Apr 5, 2014
mtimber wrote:
<quoted text>
Evolution isn't science it is a religion that hides behind the lie it is science.
Preaching the propaganda has no impact here...
Haha. Yeah, sure, Sparky. Whatever helps you sleep at night. Why do you allow the charlatans who thrive on the tithe to lie to you?

Evolution is intertwined with every other scientific discipline, from geology to medicine, it is falsifiable, evidential, testable, observable, reviewable, and demonstrative. It doesn't exist in a vacuum or a moldy, immoral, holy book composed by thieves and liars just seeking to consolidate power over the sheep.

Is it fear that drives your ignorance?

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