Insane! DOJ Declares Atheism A "Religious Movement",...

Aug 28, 2013 Full story: Gateway Pundit 1,726

Is the DOJ collectively inhaling something toxic? The U.S. Justice Department has just identified atheism as a "religious movement" .

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Amused

Lowell, MA

#84 Aug 31, 2013
Mikko wrote:
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Christians blamed hitlers crimes on atheism and that atheists are like hitler
Hitler was a catholic (once a catholic always a catholic)
Not really. When people who don't know me ask what religion I am, I say that I was a catholic, but I got better.
skater

Russell Springs, KY

#85 Aug 31, 2013
I'm so athiest, I don't even care it's being called a religious movement
Amused

Lowell, MA

#86 Aug 31, 2013
Who wrote:
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So according to you egocentric atheists, Hitler and his nazi buddies were the only christians around then?
I bet all those christians in the Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines that fought and died for your right to be an ignorant fool would tend to disagree.
The fact that hitler was opposed by other Christians does not alter the fact that he was a self proclaimed Christian who carried out a pogrom against Jews, which had been a Christian hobby for centuries. He was assisted by many members of the overwhelming majority of the German population who were Christian, and who had been brainwashed into anti semi trims by the Christian religion they. Held. The Jew as Christ killer was part of Catholicism until well after the war. Protestants inherited their anti semitism from Martin Luther, whose anti Semitic writings were frequently quoted in hitler's own writings.
Cordwainer Trout

Sonora, KY

#87 Aug 31, 2013
Reason Personified wrote:
<quoted text>The dogma of atheism is nonexistent.
Idiot, the word "atheism" means "without theism", as in without any of that dogma that defines theism.
Jean Paul Sartre sure put a lot of effort into something that's not a dogma... trying to establish a basis in atheism for morality and failing miserably with a lot of jargon... sort of like you, diapershit.
Cordwainer Trout

Sonora, KY

#88 Aug 31, 2013
Amused wrote:
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The fact that hitler was opposed by other Christians does not alter the fact that he was a self proclaimed Christian who carried out a pogrom against Jews, which had been a Christian hobby for centuries. He was assisted by many members of the overwhelming majority of the German population who were Christian, and who had been brainwashed into anti semi trims by the Christian religion they. Held. The Jew as Christ killer was part of Catholicism until well after the war. Protestants inherited their anti semitism from Martin Luther, whose anti Semitic writings were frequently quoted in hitler's own writings.
Hitler carried out his pogrom against Christians before his pogrom against Jews. A great number of evangelicals, priests, pastors were put in concentration camps before the Jews. Why don't you dishonest people try some scholarship and read the Nuremberg trials papers, especially those focused on Rosenberg, Hitler's mouthpiece for Nazi spiritual matters? A little knowledge misapplied is worse than no knowledge and you guys prove it endlessly.

Since: Nov 12

Arcata, CA

#89 Aug 31, 2013
Atheism is a fundamentalist religious mindset held exactly the same way other religious mindsets are held against any evidence contradicting the mindset. All human activities showing 40,000+ years of immense human interest in spiritual phenomena are just tossed out by atheists. So too are the increasing number of brain studies showing how spiritual consciousness reception capacity has been evolved into our human brain structure. All this is tossed aside by atheists just as fundamentalist Christians toss aside any evidence (or lack of it) for the belief claims of a God-Man acting out God for human beings to see for themselves. The DOJ just did the right categorization, probably accidentally as I don't see DOJ as mental giants of religious research. Good job though, should be a wake up call for atheist reality but being fundies themselves they won't see it or listen to anything but the religiously held atheist mantra- there is no God because we have declared all evidence of such a phenomena as not worthy of consideration. We know what we believe and that's that.
Who

Wyoming, MI

#90 Aug 31, 2013
Amused wrote:
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The fact that hitler was opposed by other Christians does not alter the fact that he was a self proclaimed Christian who carried out a pogrom against Jews, which had been a Christian hobby for centuries. He was assisted by many members of the overwhelming majority of the German population who were Christian, and who had been brainwashed into anti semi trims by the Christian religion they. Held. The Jew as Christ killer was part of Catholicism until well after the war. Protestants inherited their anti semitism from Martin Luther, whose anti Semitic writings were frequently quoted in hitler's own writings.
Fine have it your way.

But let's also assume that the atheists and agnostics in the military during WWII did nothing but bitch and moan like the little sissy boys they were.

You have ONLY christians to thank for your freedom of speech.

We can play your little game of "Hitler proclaimed to be a christian, so ALL christians must be genocidial megalomaniacs", you keep singling out the christians because of Hitler and I'll keep singling out the atheists for the all the GOOD that christians had to do because of them.
LCNLin

United States

#91 Aug 31, 2013
Amused wrote:
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Not really. When people who don't know me ask what religion I am, I say that I was a catholic, but I got better.
Mik>o is amusing :-)

“Putten the SIN ”

Since: Nov 08

back in Wisconsin

#92 Aug 31, 2013
Cordwainer Trout wrote:
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Jean Paul Sartre sure put a lot of effort into something that's not a dogma... trying to establish a basis in atheism for morality and failing miserably with a lot of jargon... sort of like you, diapershit.
quick note, when you have to bullshit your way through a debate, you know YOUR wrong.

Atheism has No dogma and No tenants. If someone says they do there wrong, especially since we are all atheists.

Do you have dogma and tenants to the god hf345&*45gdgd??

I dont, I doubt you do either.

Remember, if you have to bullshit your way thru a conversation you are wrong.

“Putten the SIN ”

Since: Nov 08

back in Wisconsin

#93 Aug 31, 2013
Who wrote:
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Fine have it your way.
But let's also assume that the atheists and agnostics in the military during WWII did nothing but bitch and moan like the little sissy boys they were.
You have ONLY christians to thank for your freedom of speech.
We can play your little game of "Hitler proclaimed to be a christian, so ALL christians must be genocidial megalomaniacs", you keep singling out the christians because of Hitler and I'll keep singling out the atheists for the all the GOOD that christians had to do because of them.
Interesting, you get proven wrong but you cant acknowledge it??

Most of the Atheists and free thinkers on here can acknowledge that on here, but the ttt {typical topix theist} cant, hmmmmmmm.

Lets try a experiment shall we... Lets lie a whole shit load about something and lets see if it magically makes it right shall we??

Since: Jun 07

Location hidden

#94 Aug 31, 2013
gotnatas wrote:
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Interesting, you get proven wrong but you cant acknowledge it??
Most of the Atheists and free thinkers on here can acknowledge that on here, but the ttt {typical topix theist} cant, hmmmmmmm.
Lets try a experiment shall we... Lets lie a whole shit load about something and lets see if it magically makes it right shall we??
It's is common for creationists to say something stupid and act like its smart or logical.

“There is no god!”

Since: Jun 12

Södertälje, Sweden

#95 Aug 31, 2013
Amused wrote:
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Not really. When people who don't know me ask what religion I am, I say that I was a catholic, but I got better.
The church counts you as a catholic and countries with a church tax takes a few procents from your salary every month and gives it to the catholic church because you can never leave the catholic church
Amused

Lowell, MA

#96 Sep 1, 2013
Who wrote:
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Fine have it your way.
But let's also assume that the atheists and agnostics in the military during WWII did nothing but bitch and moan like the little sissy boys they were.
You have ONLY christians to thank for your freedom of speech.
We can play your little game of "Hitler proclaimed to be a christian, so ALL christians must be genocidial megalomaniacs", you keep singling out the christians because of Hitler and I'll keep singling out the atheists for the all the GOOD that christians had to do because of them.
You've thrown out enough red herrings to start a fish farm.

1. You cite absolutely zero evidence to support you slur on the service of atheists in the military. I guess once you've made up an invisible man in the sky, you must feel you have an unlimited license to pull absurdities out of your butt and have people believe them.

2. No one said all Christians were homicidal maniacs. You aren't very good at this logic thing. A statement that X is a member of a given group and has Y characteristic does not prove, or even assert, that all members of the group share that characteristic. We can certainly see from this, however, how your mind works. It certainly provides an insight into your categorical hatred for atheists.

Since: Nov 12

Arcata, CA

#97 Sep 1, 2013
What "invisible man in the sky" are you on about? You just don't know deep Christian symbolism or you'd know that there most certainly is a quite visible Man in the sky that represents the Humanitarian Model for Christianity: That Man is the same one who heads the Merkabah symbol of God, the four symbolic Faces placed in the sky for our spiritual guidance: Ox, Eagle, Lion, and Man. The Four Directions mirror this for Native American spirituality. That Man face of God is Aquarius and Christ is Aquarius and the reason why Aquarius holds the symbolic imagery for the Humanitarian Man which Jesus Christ on earth himself mirrored. "Jesus answered and said to her, "If you knew the gift of God, and who it is who says to you, "Give Me a drink" you would have asked Him, and He would have given you living water." or "He who believes in Me, as the Scripture has said,'out of his heart will flow rivers of living water." Symbolically, Christ is Aquarius and one can find that Aquarian symbolic linkage, God as in control of waters of earth, running all the way through the Bible as a major theme, e.g. Noah and the Flood, e.g. Moses parting the Red Sea, e.g. Jonah and Leviathan, e.g. Jesus walking on water. The Age of Aquarius' Humanitarian idealism marks the Christ influence on our times which will continue to expand as deep Christianity becomes better known. So, yes, Christianity keeps its Symbols alive and well and completely visible for spiritual instruction to the wise who can learn about God.
xianity is EVIL

Windsor, Canada

#98 Sep 1, 2013
biomystic wrote:
What "invisible man in the sky" are you on about? You just don't know deep Christian symbolism or you'd know that there most certainly is a quite visible Man in the sky that represents the Humanitarian Model for Christianity: That Man is the same one who heads the Merkabah symbol of God, the four symbolic Faces placed in the sky for our spiritual guidance: Ox, Eagle, Lion, and Man. The Four Directions mirror this for Native American spirituality. That Man face of God is Aquarius and Christ is Aquarius and the reason why Aquarius holds the symbolic imagery for the Humanitarian Man which Jesus Christ on earth himself mirrored. "Jesus answered and said to her, "If you knew the gift of God, and who it is who says to you, "Give Me a drink" you would have asked Him, and He would have given you living water." or "He who believes in Me, as the Scripture has said,'out of his heart will flow rivers of living water." Symbolically, Christ is Aquarius and one can find that Aquarian symbolic linkage, God as in control of waters of earth, running all the way through the Bible as a major theme, e.g. Noah and the Flood, e.g. Moses parting the Red Sea, e.g. Jonah and Leviathan, e.g. Jesus walking on water. The Age of Aquarius' Humanitarian idealism marks the Christ influence on our times which will continue to expand as deep Christianity becomes better known. So, yes, Christianity keeps its Symbols alive and well and completely visible for spiritual instruction to the wise who can learn about God.
thnx for sharing your MYTHOlogy

Since: Nov 12

Arcata, CA

#99 Sep 1, 2013
It's not mine any more than yours. It's up there in the sky, always has been, always will be, and neither I or any Christian or any Abrahamic religionist created the astro-theology that is universally mythologized by human beings. Did any Christian create the constellation mythology of Aquarius? Nope. But does the Aquarian mythology find a universal audience? Yes it does and that's what you need to look at before dissing either Christian mythology or any mythology for that matter. Astro-theological myths developed from human beings seeing "as above, so below" happening most everywhere they looked. And you need to look too, to see why Christ and Aquarius have been now universally united. I teach Celestial Torah Christianity which is the oldest religion in the world going back in symbolic mythology to the very first product of human imagination, the lion-man figurine from 35,000 years ago, matched by the world's oldest human figurines, the Paleolithic "Venuses". The lion-man represents the Leo-Aquarius constellation axis of the Grand Cross and is the Egyptian Sphinx and the Jewish Ariel. Fire and Water, Sun and Water, the vital elements of Life..

Since: Feb 08

Hypoluxo Fl

#101 Sep 1, 2013
Mikko wrote:
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The church counts you as a catholic and countries with a church tax takes a few procents from your salary every month and gives it to the catholic church because you can never leave the catholic church
BullSHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit. No one has a 'catholic' ball and chain on their leg.

Since: Feb 08

Hypoluxo Fl

#102 Sep 1, 2013
biomystic wrote:
It's not mine any more than yours. It's up there in the sky, always has been, always will be, and neither I or any Christian or any Abrahamic religionist created the astro-theology that is universally mythologized by human beings. Did any Christian create the constellation mythology of Aquarius? Nope. But does the Aquarian mythology find a universal audience? Yes it does and that's what you need to look at before dissing either Christian mythology or any mythology for that matter. Astro-theological myths developed from human beings seeing "as above, so below" happening most everywhere they looked. And you need to look too, to see why Christ and Aquarius have been now universally united. I teach Celestial Torah Christianity which is the oldest religion in the world going back in symbolic mythology to the very first product of human imagination, the lion-man figurine from 35,000 years ago, matched by the world's oldest human figurines, the Paleolithic "Venuses". The lion-man represents the Leo-Aquarius constellation axis of the Grand Cross and is the Egyptian Sphinx and the Jewish Ariel. Fire and Water, Sun and Water, the vital elements of Life..
What's wrong with you? Don't you know that Sarah "The Christian Pole Dancer" Palin says the Earth is only 6000 years old, and we walked with dinosaurs. Wait till she hears the lion-man is 35,000 years old.
Who

Wyoming, MI

#103 Sep 1, 2013
Mykro wrote:
<quoted text>What's wrong with you? Don't you know that Sarah "The Christian Pole Dancer" Palin says the Earth is only 6000 years old, and we walked with dinosaurs. Wait till she hears the lion-man is 35,000 years old.
Where and when did she supposedly say this?
Cordwainer Trout

Sonora, KY

#104 Sep 1, 2013
gotnatas wrote:
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quick note, when you have to bullshit your way through a debate, you know YOUR wrong.
Atheism has No dogma and No tenants. If someone says they do there wrong, especially since we are all atheists.
Do you have dogma and tenants to the god hf345&*45gdgd??
I dont, I doubt you do either.
Remember, if you have to bullshit your way thru a conversation you are wrong.
Yammer on with vacant nothingness. C'mon mental giant, show everyone your copy of Being and Nothingness. Tell us how thick it is.

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