Atheism is dying out, christianity is...

“In God we trust”

Since: Dec 12

Cape Town, South Africa

#275 Dec 21, 2013
ChristineM wrote:
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People respect your views, but is fooking obvious that you are too intolerant and narrow minded to respect any other view than yours
Who called us religitards? And bigots and funnymentalist.

Yip, that's a lot of respect
Jim

Stanmore, UK

#276 Dec 22, 2013
Carchar king wrote:
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Who called us religitards? And bigots and funnymentalist.
Yip, that's a lot of respect
You get respect, when you present evidence for your religious lies and not before.
Jim

Stanmore, UK

#277 Dec 22, 2013
LCNLin wrote:
Professor Richard Dawkins today dismissed his hard-earned reputation as a militant atheist - admitting that he is actually agnostic as he can't prove God doesn't exist.
The country's foremost champion of the Darwinist evolution, who wrote The God Delusion, stunned audience members when he made the confession during a lively debate on the origins of the universe with the Archbishop of Canterbury.
Professor Dawkins, the former Oxford Professor for the Public Understanding of Science, is a dedicated admirer of Charles Darwin, regarding the Victorian pioneer of evolution as the man who explained ‘everything we know about life’.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-21058...
Desperate religionists will try to attack Dawkins, because they cannot attack Atheism
Jim

Stanmore, UK

#278 Dec 22, 2013
Carchar king wrote:
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Who called us religitards? And bigots and funnymentalist.
Yip, that's a lot of respect
WHen you can correct your age-old hate and remove the part about atheists being fools, people will treat you less suspiciously.

“When you treat people as they ”

Since: Nov 10

treat you they get offended.

#279 Dec 22, 2013
Carchar king wrote:
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Who called us religitards? And bigots and funnymentalist.
Yip, that's a lot of respect
It’s called payback, you don’t like what you reap then don’t sew crap.

Honey people get respect when they earn respect not when they abuse and verbally violate and then act all incredulous because people don’t give then the respect they think they deserve.

That self pitying ignorance deserves nothing but contempt, but don’t worry, you have earned it.
LCNLin

United States

#280 Dec 22, 2013
Carchar king wrote:
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Who called us religitards? And bigots and funnymentalist.
Yip, that's a lot of respect
Only Atheist trolls,

Not normal Atheists and Agnostics,

play both the victim and the bully.:-)

Atheist did well in East Germany and shot people trying to leave.

Now atheist trolls,

Not normal atheists,

want us to trust them with power :-)
Thinking

Merthyr Tydfil, UK

#281 Dec 22, 2013
Not all believers are religitards, most are reasonable human beings.
You however are a religitard.
Carchar king wrote:
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Who called us religitards? And bigots and funnymentalist.
Yip, that's a lot of respect

“Reason's Greetings!”

Since: Feb 11

Pale Blue Dot

#282 Dec 22, 2013
Carchar king wrote:
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Who called us religitards? And bigots and funnymentalist.
Yip, that's a lot of respect
Try earning respect.

“Blue Collar Philosopher”

Since: Nov 08

Texas, USA

#283 Dec 22, 2013
Carchar king wrote:
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Uhh, yes I can have my own views about evolution, what made you my boss
Evolution comes out of the same science book that gives us antibiotics, open heart surgery, cancer therapy, vaccines, iPads and flush toilets. While you certainly "can" cherry pick the parts of that science book that clearly contradict your primitive religion, you look rather foolish while doing so. We are just trying to hand you a towel to wipe the egg off your face. At some level you must realize how hypocritical you are being to use and enjoy the benefits of science and then turning around and claiming that you and your preacher-man know more about Human Origins than modern scientists. Nobody wants or is trying to be your "boss" ... it would just be nice if we could all get on the same page here. I actually have a bit more respect for those religious sects that reject modern society and our science. At least they understand what they are doing.

“Quantum Junctn: Use Both Lanes”

Since: Dec 06

Tulsa, Oklahoma USofA

#285 Dec 22, 2013
ChristineM wrote:
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It’s called payback, you don’t like what you reap then don’t sew crap.
Honey people get respect when they earn respect not when they abuse and verbally violate and then act all incredulous because people don’t give then the respect they think they deserve.
That self pitying ignorance deserves nothing but contempt, but don’t worry, you have earned it.
Indeed.

“Quantum Junctn: Use Both Lanes”

Since: Dec 06

Tulsa, Oklahoma USofA

#286 Dec 22, 2013
Thinking wrote:
Not all believers are religitards, most are reasonable human beings.
You however are a religitard.
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Yes... yes he is.

“Quantum Junctn: Use Both Lanes”

Since: Dec 06

Tulsa, Oklahoma USofA

#289 Dec 22, 2013
RHill wrote:
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Evolution comes out of the same science book that gives us antibiotics, open heart surgery, cancer therapy, vaccines, iPads and flush toilets. While you certainly "can" cherry pick the parts of that science book that clearly contradict your primitive religion, you look rather foolish while doing so. We are just trying to hand you a towel to wipe the egg off your face. At some level you must realize how hypocritical you are being to use and enjoy the benefits of science and then turning around and claiming that you and your preacher-man know more about Human Origins than modern scientists. Nobody wants or is trying to be your "boss" ... it would just be nice if we could all get on the same page here. I actually have a bit more respect for those religious sects that reject modern society and our science. At least they understand what they are doing.
Indeed, yes.

Evolution and the modern internet are the side-effects of the exact same science.

You cannot use one, and try to reject the other, without being a hypocrite.
LCNLin

United States

#290 Dec 23, 2013
Bob of Quantum-Faith wrote:
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He cannot.
For starters? He does not respect **himself**.
He can't-- one of the **fundamental** ideas of Genuine Christianity™, is that **all** people are unworthy and worth less than pond-scum.
How **else** can they "justify" their god's promise to torture everyone on earth, forever?
Without self-respect?
He cannot **possibly** earn any respect of any sort.
It's quite pitiful.
Relax the straw-man descriptions and have a great enjoyable day
Jim

London, UK

#291 Dec 23, 2013
LCNLin wrote:
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Relax the straw-man descriptions and have a great enjoyable day
More fake positivity from the religious spammer.

“Quantum Junctn: Use Both Lanes”

Since: Dec 06

Tulsa, Oklahoma USofA

#292 Dec 23, 2013
Jim wrote:
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More fake positivity from the religious spammer.
What else, from a troll?
LCNLin

United States

#293 Dec 23, 2013
Photos:

12 of the world’s most amazing
Christmas trees

http://wqad.com/2013/12/22/photos-12-of-the-w...
Jim

London, UK

#294 Dec 23, 2013
LCNLin wrote:
Photos:
12 of the world’s most amazing
Christmas trees
http://wqad.com/2013/12/22/photos-12-of-the-w...
7 of the world's most amazing living fossils, between 170m-35m years old:

http://www.popsci.com/science/article/2013-08...
Jim

London, UK

#295 Dec 23, 2013
LCNLin wrote:
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Atheist did well in East Germany and shot people trying to leave.
Why do you keep bringing up religious hitler?
LCNLin

United States

#296 Dec 23, 2013
A History of Christmas Broadcasts- UK News

The Christmas Broadcast is a traditional part of the Christmas Day festivities for many people across the Commonwealth and indeed across the globe. When the first Christmas broadcast was made by George V in 1932, who knew that the tradition would evolve into an important part of the Christmas celebrations in Britain and around the world?

Every year, The Queen has made a broadcast that is aired on television and radio across the globe. Within her broadcast, The Queen reflects on current issues and concerns; as well as sharing what Christmas is about for her family, which is reflected by many of the listeners. Over the years, the broadcast has shown global, national and personal events that have affected Her Majesty and the audience.
The 1932 Christmas Broadcast

The Queen’s grandfather, King George V made the very first Christmas Broadcast in 1932, his 22nd year as monarch.

The visionary founder of the BBC World Service, Sir John Reith proposed the original idea for a Christmas speech back in the year 1932. The King was extremely hesitant about using radio in this way, as it was still a new piece of technology and had not yet been widely used. However, after a visit to the BBC, The King was satisfied and agreed to take part in John Reith’s pioneering idea.

Unlike today, broadcasting this message was incredibly difficult to make and two rooms at Sandringham had to be converted into temporary broadcasting rooms. The microphones used to record the message were connected through the post office landline to the Control Room at Broadcasting House who transmitted the connection to the BBC transmitters.

The General Post office was also used to get the message as far away to Australia, Canada, Italy, Kenya and South Africa. History was in the making as the signal went across the globe.

3:00pm was the time chosen to broadcast the message as this was the best time to reach most of the countries in the Empire. 3:00 is the time still used to date.

World renowned author and poet, Rudyard Kipling wrote the Christmas Speech which began with the words “I speak now from my home and from my heart to you all; to all men and women cut off by the snows, the desert, or the sea, that only voices out of the air can reach them”.

20 million people listened to the first Christmas Broadcast. King George V was very impressed and made a Broadcast every Christmas Day until his death in 1936. In the last Christmas Broadcast he made, he spoke of the people’s joys and sorrows, as well as a word for his children.
Jim

London, UK

#297 Dec 24, 2013
LCNLin wrote:
A History of Christmas Broadcasts- UK News
The Christmas Broadcast is a traditional part of the Christmas Day festivities for many people across the Commonwealth and indeed across the globe. When the first Christmas broadcast was made by George V in 1932, who knew that the tradition would evolve into an important part of the Christmas celebrations in Britain and around the world?
Every year, The Queen has made a broadcast that is aired on television and radio across the globe. Within her broadcast, The Queen reflects on current issues and concerns; as well as sharing what Christmas is about for her family, which is reflected by many of the listeners. Over the years, the broadcast has shown global, national and personal events that have affected Her Majesty and the audience.
The 1932 Christmas Broadcast
The Queen’s grandfather, King George V made the very first Christmas Broadcast in 1932, his 22nd year as monarch.
The visionary founder of the BBC World Service, Sir John Reith proposed the original idea for a Christmas speech back in the year 1932. The King was extremely hesitant about using radio in this way, as it was still a new piece of technology and had not yet been widely used. However, after a visit to the BBC, The King was satisfied and agreed to take part in John Reith’s pioneering idea.
Unlike today, broadcasting this message was incredibly difficult to make and two rooms at Sandringham had to be converted into temporary broadcasting rooms. The microphones used to record the message were connected through the post office landline to the Control Room at Broadcasting House who transmitted the connection to the BBC transmitters.
The General Post office was also used to get the message as far away to Australia, Canada, Italy, Kenya and South Africa. History was in the making as the signal went across the globe.
3:00pm was the time chosen to broadcast the message as this was the best time to reach most of the countries in the Empire. 3:00 is the time still used to date.
World renowned author and poet, Rudyard Kipling wrote the Christmas Speech which began with the words “I speak now from my home and from my heart to you all; to all men and women cut off by the snows, the desert, or the sea, that only voices out of the air can reach them”.
20 million people listened to the first Christmas Broadcast. King George V was very impressed and made a Broadcast every Christmas Day until his death in 1936. In the last Christmas Broadcast he made, he spoke of the people’s joys and sorrows, as well as a word for his children.
That's it LCN, spam the atheism forum like the creationist weasel that you are.

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