Insane! DOJ Declares Atheism A "Relig...

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

There are 1726 comments on the Gateway Pundit story from Aug 28, 2013, titled Insane! DOJ Declares Atheism A "Religious Movement",.... In it, Gateway Pundit reports that:

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

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barry

Henagar, AL

#127 Sep 2, 2013
Reason Personified wrote:
<quoted text>So no actual buybull is needed for your type of Christainity either? That's actually good, because if the Christains knew what was really in it, there would be no Christains left. Well except those Christains that have no problem with cooking and eating their own children.
another distorted out of context and ignorant claim. but then what can you expect from those who set themselves and their own understanding as the ultimate authority.

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#128 Sep 2, 2013
Mykro wrote:
<quoted text>BullShiiiiiiiiiiiiiit. I'm 67 and haven't set foot in a 'catholic' church since I was 14. I left along time ago. Dumbass.
They count you as a catholic even if you never visit a church

Since: Nov 12

Eureka, CA

#129 Sep 2, 2013
biomystic wrote:
Ed, who has the delusions? You need to study the fact that one of the primary behaviors of homo sapiens that can be traced as far back in time as homo sapiens have been around is religious behavior.

I did.

Biomystic; No, you didn't if you don't know the difference between Gnostic Christianity and Pauline Christianity. You got to show Proof and mixing up the Christianities shows your fibbing and haven't done your homework.

Proof of delusions...
https://www.google.co.uk/search ...

Biomystic: More proof of your ignorance of Gnostic Christianity. There's not one single image from Gnostic Christian beliefs or icons. It's all Pauline Christianity and is as close to Gnosticism as Hinduism is to Islam. Go back to college and learn before dissing others..

biomystic wrote:
You have to explain why Nature would evolve into the human brain the capacity to experience spiritual phenomena ...

That is what you need to study.

If one claims there's a god, it is up to the claimant to prove it by scientific analysis or shut-up and keep silly superstitions to themselves. Simple as that. I am not stopping anyone from being as crazy or superstitious as they please. I'm simply pointing it out.

Biomystic: Again, you parade your ignorance, this time of human brain studies showing the capacity for spiritual experience has evolved into our very brain structure. Please explain how this happens if there is no spiritual phenomena to experience? Don't avoid the question this time because it's key to why atheist fundamentalist held ignorance of the subject matter they claim such great authority on is bullhockey. Those without spiritual experience have no authority on spiritual experience. Try developing your right brain better to process reality as you are stuck in the atheist left-brain domination that robs you of so much happening that you guys never get to experience.

“Putten the SIN ”

Since: Nov 08

back in Wisconsin

#132 Sep 3, 2013
barry wrote:
<quoted text>another distorted out of context and ignorant claim. but then what can you expect from those who set themselves and their own understanding as the ultimate authority.
I KNOOOOW! The religious always distort and take their religion out of context lol.

But then again what do you expect with people who just pick and choose what they want to believe from their religion.

Since: Jun 07

Location hidden

#133 Sep 3, 2013
biomystic wrote:
biomystic wrote:
Ed, who has the delusions? You need to study the fact that one of the primary behaviors of homo sapiens that can be traced as far back in time as homo sapiens have been around is religious behavior.
I did.
Biomystic; No, you didn't if you don't know the difference between Gnostic Christianity and Pauline Christianity. You got to show Proof and mixing up the Christianities shows your fibbing and haven't done your homework.
Proof of delusions...
https://www.google.co.uk/search ...
Biomystic: More proof of your ignorance of Gnostic Christianity. There's not one single image from Gnostic Christian beliefs or icons. It's all Pauline Christianity and is as close to Gnosticism as Hinduism is to Islam. Go back to college and learn before dissing others..
biomystic wrote:
You have to explain why Nature would evolve into the human brain the capacity to experience spiritual phenomena ...
That is what you need to study.
If one claims there's a god, it is up to the claimant to prove it by scientific analysis or shut-up and keep silly superstitions to themselves. Simple as that. I am not stopping anyone from being as crazy or superstitious as they please. I'm simply pointing it out.
Biomystic: Again, you parade your ignorance, this time of human brain studies showing the capacity for spiritual experience has evolved into our very brain structure. Please explain how this happens if there is no spiritual phenomena to experience? Don't avoid the question this time because it's key to why atheist fundamentalist held ignorance of the subject matter they claim such great authority on is bullhockey. Those without spiritual experience have no authority on spiritual experience. Try developing your right brain better to process reality as you are stuck in the atheist left-brain domination that robs you of so much happening that you guys never get to experience.
Just prove your god instead of speaking bullsh*t like all religious liars.
Cordwainer Trout

Elizabethtown, KY

#134 Sep 3, 2013
-Skeptic- wrote:
<quoted text>
Just prove your god instead of speaking bullsh*t like all religious liars.
I have met and talked to two Angels, who appeared out of nowhere and disappeared into nowhere. They spoke of nothing but God and Judeo/Christian Scripture. I was very rational at the time, under no drugs, nor alcohol. I carefully in my mind excluded every possible rational explanation of what had occurred and there was no explanation left except these were actual Angels and of another dimension, who visited for no other reason than to validate faith.

Other reports of Angels and miracles unexplainable in the usual perception of reality abound. Exorcisms of evil spirits with profound unearthly manifestations also abound.

You are spiritually dead and better do something about it before your jaw dislocates and you start vomiting pea soup.

“Citizen_Patriot_ Voter_Atheist!”

Since: May 09

Earth,TX

#135 Sep 3, 2013
barry wrote:
<quoted text>another distorted out of context and ignorant claim. but then what can you expect from those who set themselves and their own understanding as the ultimate authority.
It's straight from the holey bible(buy bull), but then as a Christain, you wouldn't know that, now would you?

You choose to live by rules that you don't even care to learn, because somebody else followed them you will too. Hey if it works for you, you can just not read the filthy book, and continue to call those who have read it, liars.

Jehivah owns it, in Leviticus, he flat out says that when he is angered he will punish you seven times what you deserve, and you will eat your children. Praze the lard!
Cordwainer Trout

Elizabethtown, KY

#136 Sep 3, 2013
Reason Personified wrote:
<quoted text>Again The dogma of atheism is nonexistent. It doesn't exist. It doesn't exist, and you or no other human being can define a single bit of it, because it doesn't exist. You are an idiot! The word "atheism" means "without theism", as in without any of that dogma that defines theism. Do you get it, that's the definitive word here is "without", as in no theism.
And very much unlike myself, what you claim for that Sartre person is just silly. It too, is impossible.
That all sound very dogmatic. Try a dictionary. A religious belief, a religion, DOES NOT REQUIRE A GOD.

You arrogant pricks constantly show your ignorance of all things. You stopped learning. You don't even know who Sartre was, a key and significant atheist. Where'd you get your education... from a gutter? You sound like a gutter rat drugged mentally challenge homeless person, probably an Occupy type slob with needles hanging out of your arms.

Since: Sep 10

Earth

#137 Sep 3, 2013
"Is the DOJ collectively inhaling something toxic?"

And if they're not, should they be made to be?
Amused

Lowell, MA

#138 Sep 3, 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.
The "age of aquarius" you babble on about is a concept from astrology. Your bible has some quite unkind things to say about astrology and those who look for signs in the sky:

Isaiah 47:13-14
Let now the astrologers, the stargazers, the monthly prognosticators, stand up, and save thee from these things that shall come upon thee. Behold, they shall be as stubble; the fire shall burn them; they shall not deliver themselves from the power of the flame: there shall not be a coal to warm at, nor fire to sit before it

Jeremiah 10:2
Thus saith the LORD, Learn not the way of the heathen, and be not dismayed at the signs of heaven; for the heathen are dismayed at them.

Deuteronomy 18:10-12
There shall not be found among you any ... that useth divination, or an observer of times.... For all that do these things are an abomination unto the LORD.

Don't you feel just a tad embarrassed that an atheist has to teach you about your own holy book?
Amused

Lowell, MA

#139 Sep 3, 2013
barry wrote:
<quoted text>what a crock of misrepresented, out of context distortions. but then what would anyone expect?
Translation from fundiespeak: I can't refute this.

Since: Feb 08

Hypoluxo Fl

#140 Sep 3, 2013
Mikko wrote:
<quoted text>
They count you as a catholic even if you never visit a church
Who is 'they'? And they can count all they want. You're the only moron that seems to care.

Since: Feb 08

Hypoluxo Fl

#141 Sep 3, 2013
Cordwainer Trout wrote:
<quoted text>
That all sound very dogmatic. Try a dictionary. A religious belief, a religion, DOES NOT REQUIRE A GOD.
You arrogant pricks constantly show your ignorance of all things. You stopped learning. You don't even know who Sartre was, a key and significant atheist. Where'd you get your education... from a gutter? You sound like a gutter rat drugged mentally challenge homeless person, probably an Occupy type slob with needles hanging out of your arms.
You sound like a lost trouser trout. Zip up and shut up. You are braindead. Name one religion that does not have some form of 'god' worship.
Amused

Lowell, MA

#142 Sep 3, 2013
Cordwainer Trout wrote:
<quoted text>
I have met and talked to two Angels, who appeared out of nowhere and disappeared into nowhere. They spoke of nothing but God and Judeo/Christian Scripture. I was very rational at the time, under no drugs, nor alcohol. I carefully in my mind excluded every possible rational explanation of what had occurred and there was no explanation left except these were actual Angels and of another dimension, who visited for no other reason than to validate faith.
Other reports of Angels and miracles unexplainable in the usual perception of reality abound. Exorcisms of evil spirits with profound unearthly manifestations also abound.
You are spiritually dead and better do something about it before your jaw dislocates and you start vomiting pea soup.
There's that crying need for the batsh*t crazy icon again. I doubt you excluded schizophrenia as an explanation.

Since: Feb 08

Hypoluxo Fl

#143 Sep 3, 2013
Cordwainer Trout wrote:
<quoted text>
I have met and talked to two Angels, who appeared out of nowhere and disappeared into nowhere. They spoke of nothing but God and Judeo/Christian Scripture. I was very rational at the time, under no drugs, nor alcohol. I carefully in my mind excluded every possible rational explanation of what had occurred and there was no explanation left except these were actual Angels and of another dimension, who visited for no other reason than to validate faith.
Other reports of Angels and miracles unexplainable in the usual perception of reality abound. Exorcisms of evil spirits with profound unearthly manifestations also abound.
You are spiritually dead and better do something about it before your jaw dislocates and you start vomiting pea soup.
Keep it up. You're going to dislocate your jaw from constantly blowing yourself.

Since: Nov 12

Eureka, CA

#144 Sep 3, 2013
Amused, I am not at yours and other atheists continuing show of Ignorance of Gnostic Christianity. It's like you're so obsessed with with your little feeble war with traditional religions and traditional Christianity, you never stopped to learn that Gnosticism existed prior to traditional Christianity and there is great reason to believe Christianity came out of Jewish Gnosticism that evolved into the Roman Empire's Catholic Church, a completely different ideology and one directly opposite Gnosticism. Go back to school and learn about Gnostic Christianity. Look online.

But really, your "argument" with me is stupid because you're just creating your Pauline Christian strawman to knock down. We Gnostics knocked that one down 1700 years ago and paid the price of becoming Pauline Christianity's very first victims of religious persecution. Please get that through your thick atheist skull that we Gnostic Don't use the Bible for spiritual authority. Learn that we are the first ones who said its full of lies. What should that tell you about how I see your ignorant attempt to play a Joe McCarthy guilt by association trip on a Gnostic Christian when those verses you quote have no authority whatsoever for Gnostics? Are you nuts? Or just another atheist bigot who hasn't done his homework and goes around inflicting ignorant prejudices because of this lack of knowledge.
Amused

Lowell, MA

#145 Sep 3, 2013
biomystic wrote:
Amused, I am not at yours and other atheists continuing show of Ignorance of Gnostic Christianity. It's like you're so obsessed with with your little feeble war with traditional religions and traditional Christianity, you never stopped to learn that Gnosticism existed prior to traditional Christianity and there is great reason to believe Christianity came out of Jewish Gnosticism that evolved into the Roman Empire's Catholic Church, a completely different ideology and one directly opposite Gnosticism. Go back to school and learn about Gnostic Christianity. Look online.
But really, your "argument" with me is stupid because you're just creating your Pauline Christian strawman to knock down. We Gnostics knocked that one down 1700 years ago and paid the price of becoming Pauline Christianity's very first victims of religious persecution. Please get that through your thick atheist skull that we Gnostic Don't use the Bible for spiritual authority. Learn that we are the first ones who said its full of lies. What should that tell you about how I see your ignorant attempt to play a Joe McCarthy guilt by association trip on a Gnostic Christian when those verses you quote have no authority whatsoever for Gnostics? Are you nuts? Or just another atheist bigot who hasn't done his homework and goes around inflicting ignorant prejudices because of this lack of knowledge.
Bullsh*t by any other name is still bullsh*t. So you have a different truckload of it. Still zero evidence for any of it.

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#147 Sep 3, 2013
Mykro wrote:
<quoted text>You sound like a lost trouser trout. Zip up and shut up. You are braindead. Name one religion that does not have some form of 'god' worship.
Buddhism

Since: Feb 08

Hypoluxo Fl

#148 Sep 3, 2013
biomystic wrote:
Amused, I am not at yours and other atheists continuing show of Ignorance of Gnostic Christianity. It's like you're so obsessed with with your little feeble war with traditional religions and traditional Christianity, you never stopped to learn that Gnosticism existed prior to traditional Christianity and there is great reason to believe Christianity came out of Jewish Gnosticism that evolved into the Roman Empire's Catholic Church, a completely different ideology and one directly opposite Gnosticism. Go back to school and learn about Gnostic Christianity. Look online.
But really, your "argument" with me is stupid because you're just creating your Pauline Christian strawman to knock down. We Gnostics knocked that one down 1700 years ago and paid the price of becoming Pauline Christianity's very first victims of religious persecution. Please get that through your thick atheist skull that we Gnostic Don't use the Bible for spiritual authority. Learn that we are the first ones who said its full of lies. What should that tell you about how I see your ignorant attempt to play a Joe McCarthy guilt by association trip on a Gnostic Christian when those verses you quote have no authority whatsoever for Gnostics? Are you nuts? Or just another atheist bigot who hasn't done his homework and goes around inflicting ignorant prejudices because of this lack of knowledge.
Gnostic Christianity,'christian' buybull thumping bullshit by another name.

Since: Feb 08

Hypoluxo Fl

#149 Sep 3, 2013
Mikko wrote:
<quoted text>
Buddhism
Yeah, just like frightwing teabaggers are a religion.

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