Atheism requires as much faith as religion?

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. Full Story
Thinking

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#182781 Nov 5, 2013
Hitler needed people to be religious and gullible to murder on his behalf.

Freethinkers were never welcome.
Aura Mytha wrote:
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Wow, there's a clincher. I never knew free thought was banned in Germany under Hitler, but here it is...
During negotiations leading to the Nazi-Vatican Concordat of April 26, 1933 Hitler stated that "Secular schools can never be tolerated" because of their irreligious tendencies.[20] In a speech made later in 1933, Hitler claimed to have "stamped [Gottlosenbewegung] it out".[15] The word Hitler used, "Gottlosenbewegung", refers specifically to the communist freethought movement, not atheism in general
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Discrimination_a...
That just blows the doors off these Christians who say Hitler was atheist.

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San Francisco, CA

#182783 Nov 5, 2013
NightSerf wrote:
Hi everybody. I'm back. I didn't die, just took a long sabbatical of sorts. Anything new?
Not much, other than River Tam's tatoo.

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#182784 Nov 5, 2013
Mikko wrote:
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Atheism outlawed in Nazi Germany = Case closed he was a Christian
Wrong, Sikko.

Hitler despised Christianity.

He was a Darwinist.

Nuremberg documents settled the question.

Wise up, moron.

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#182785 Nov 5, 2013
Beam me up Scotty, there's no intelligent life in these forums

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#182786 Nov 5, 2013
Aura Mytha wrote:
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Wow, there's a clincher. I never knew free thought was banned in Germany under Hitler, but here it is...
During negotiations leading to the Nazi-Vatican Concordat of April 26, 1933 Hitler stated that "Secular schools can never be tolerated" because of their irreligious tendencies.[20] In a speech made later in 1933, Hitler claimed to have "stamped [Gottlosenbewegung] it out".[15] The word Hitler used, "Gottlosenbewegung", refers specifically to the communist freethought movement, not atheism in general
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Discrimination_a...
That just blows the doors off these Christians who say Hitler was atheist.
Hitler was not an atheist. He was not a Christian, either.

The record shows Hitler's beliefs clearly.

No mystery here.

He was an occultist and he was a Darwinist.

His designs for the holocaust were based on evolution theory.

I'm just the messenger.

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#182787 Nov 5, 2013
Catcher1 wrote:
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Not much, other than River Tam's tatoo.
"tatoo" is a variant of tattoo employed by the ignorant and/or lazy who can't be bothered checking on the accuracy of their grammar and spelling.

You are disrespecting River Tam by your laziness, as we know you are a lawyer and should be more detail oriented. I am sure she treasures that tattoo, as she did have to choose the design, and suffer the pain of having it embedde3d into her sweet and tender ass. So not only are you displaying ignorance and/or laziness, but also indifference to her feelings in a callous and cavalier manner. Very insensitive of you.

You, sir, are a cad. You should be ostracized by civil society, and even the Topix forums.

Now apologize to her.

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#182788 Nov 5, 2013
Thinking wrote:
I prefer to count "non believers" because dishonest cu*ts like Dave will use the restrictive "100% no possibility of any form of deity" definition of Atheism to further their lies.
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There is no such definition of atheism. Never seen it used.

The actual definition is "the belief that no god exists".

It is not certitude that defines atheism; it is belief.

Same as any other belief.

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#182789 Nov 5, 2013
Dave Nelson wrote:
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"tatoo" is a variant of tattoo employed by the ignorant and/or lazy who can't be bothered checking on the accuracy of their grammar and spelling.
You are disrespecting River Tam by your laziness, as we know you are a lawyer and should be more detail oriented. I am sure she treasures that tattoo, as she did have to choose the design, and suffer the pain of having it embedde3d into her sweet and tender ass. So not only are you displaying ignorance and/or laziness, but also indifference to her feelings in a callous and cavalier manner. Very insensitive of you.
You, sir, are a cad. You should be ostracized by civil society, and even the Topix forums.
Now apologize to her.
"Tattoo" is not the type of word lawyers learn to spell.

I bet he never misspells "slip and fall".

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#182790 Nov 5, 2013
Catcher1 wrote:
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I ply my trade to uphold the rights of all people.
You should find your teddy bear and get some sleep.
You may wake up refreshed tomorrow, and realize there's a difference between stripped and striped.
:)
I got both one time in a holding cell in Georgia.

4 guards stripped my clothes and striped my ass with a strap.

"Stripped, striped, and strapped".

One of them took my prior actions personal. He was speaking from the place of his broken nose and teeth. Literally.

Thin-skinned, I say.

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#182791 Nov 5, 2013
Buck Crick wrote:
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"Tattoo" is not the type of word lawyers learn to spell.
I bet he never misspells "slip and fall".
He did it as an intentional act of disrespect. He is too elite in his attitude to respect the feelings of a young girl raised by missionaries, and in fact that may be the cause for that deliberate act. A real piece of work.

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#182792 Nov 5, 2013
UIDIOTRACEMAKEWORLDPEACE wrote:
<quoted text>Interjecting this post of yours that you left off with Bob.
Think, of what your religion did to the world, look at historical facts? No wonder they are complaining...? Are you afraid to talk about your religion fanatisicm? Are you not in the know what your religion did ? Or , you can't come clean about your religion? What the reasons you are protecting your religion, has it done anything to deserve its respect from the world or those our Americans in know about its past ugly history? So?
Please answer if you have not thing to hide?
i keep at this until you answer every questions on the list!
Don't you just love Socratic inquisition?
have you used you critical reasoning skills and do have empathy for humanity, you another right wing christians who abuse its own religion and used to serve your soulless selfishness? Are you afraid to answer my questions? So? Do i make you uneasy with all these questions? more to come? Come , if you are a good christain ,so you say? i doubt you intentions , as you say who you are a good Christian? So, you swear on your Bible?
Bahahhaahhaaaaaa
You stole my laugh, Shit Hog.

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#182793 Nov 5, 2013
UIDIOTRACEMAKEWORLDPEACE wrote:
<quoted text>HL?
Harvey Lee...

I don't know his last name.

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#182795 Nov 5, 2013
Dave Nelson wrote:
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"tatoo" is a variant of tattoo employed by the ignorant and/or lazy who can't be bothered checking on the accuracy of their grammar and spelling.
You are disrespecting River Tam by your laziness, as we know you are a lawyer and should be more detail oriented. I am sure she treasures that tattoo, as she did have to choose the design, and suffer the pain of having it embedde3d into her sweet and tender ass. So not only are you displaying ignorance and/or laziness, but also indifference to her feelings in a callous and cavalier manner. Very insensitive of you.
You, sir, are a cad. You should be ostracized by civil society, and even the Topix forums.
Now apologize to her.
Embedde3d?

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#182796 Nov 5, 2013
Buck Crick wrote:
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"Tattoo" is not the type of word lawyers learn to spell.
I bet he never misspells "slip and fall".
I never misspell retainer or fee.

"Not guilty" is my specialty though.

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#182797 Nov 5, 2013
Dave Nelson wrote:
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He did it as an intentional act of disrespect. He is too elite in his attitude to respect the feelings of a young girl raised by missionaries, and in fact that may be the cause for that deliberate act. A real piece of work.
River knows better.

“God of War”

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#182798 Nov 5, 2013
Catcher1 wrote:
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Not much, other than River Tam's tatoo.
Yeah how bout this mental picture...nah nah nah you can't see it ...Phooey!

LOL here it is....

http://tltcl.files.wordpress.com/2010/11/52af...

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#182799 Nov 5, 2013
Buck Crick wrote:
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Harvey Lee...
I don't know his last name.
You're thinking of Lee Harvey Somethingorother.

And his grassy knoll.

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#182800 Nov 5, 2013
NightSerf wrote:
Hi everybody. I'm back. I didn't die, just took a long sabbatical of sorts. Anything new?
I suspected you did not die when you showed up again.

Lots of new stuff has happened.

The way I here it, Catcher got a new tattoo from a guy named HL (Harvey Lee). It's a picture of River Phoenix' Penis.

Christine is hallucinating. Yeah, I know that's not new, but the particular hallucinations are new.

IAnus stopped using the internet and sends messages to his stock broker on burrows.

Polymouth bought an expensive set of surgical knives and has spent the last 3 months trying to slice a Domino's Supreme into infinite slices.

Darwin's Stepchild gave birth. Well, to be precise, he just shit a cantaloupe with nails in it. Dr. said, "That's daddy's boy!"

Me? I been takin' flying lessons. I find it's just like driving an 18-wheeler, except you can't run people off the road with it or shoot at stuff out the window.

That's about it.

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#182801 Nov 5, 2013
Thinking wrote:
Hitler needed people to be religious and gullible to murder on his behalf.
Freethinkers were never welcome.
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Free thinkers are always questioning things, not good for totalitarian rule. Or those who would attempt to impose the restraints of such diabolical designs.
The communist freethinkers were deluded by quasi religious thinking though, it was a step in the right direction it was a step towards control also. Hard thing to find freedom , I do not believe in god, but believe to attempt to suppress freedom will incur the wrath of a sleeping entity that could be defined such.

Let us not rail about justice as long as we have arms and the freedom to use them.

Duke Leto Atreides

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#182802 Nov 5, 2013
Catcher1 wrote:
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River knows better.
But the sea is never full.

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