How I feel about my atheism
Siro

Sydney, Australia

#22 Aug 12, 2014
Thinking wrote:
My wife earns just as much money as me, whereas you seem much less resourceful and rather jealous.
You're just a black magic wombat...[Santana]
http://www.topix.com/forum/who/occult/TNFCUVO...
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OK..... so youre generous for a pimp.....
Thinking

Gillingham, UK

#23 Aug 12, 2014
You spelled "pin up" wrong.

You're just a black magic wombat...[Santana]

http://www.topix.com/forum/who/occult/TNFCUVO...
Siro wrote:
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OK..... so youre generous for a pimp.....
Patrick

United States

#24 Aug 12, 2014
Thinking wrote:
You spelled "pin up" wrong.
You're just a black magic wombat...[Santana]
http://www.topix.com/forum/who/occulUVO6R1INV...
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Having a topix day :-)
religionisnttrue

East Barnet, UK

#25 Aug 12, 2014
Siro wrote:
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I dont do black magic and you would even be worth the effort to use it on.
Why bother?
Your miserable existance as chronically stupid cuck is far more of a punishment than anything I could do.
And yes, you are a cuck
Still siro proof of god as usual.
Patrick

United States

#26 Aug 12, 2014
Iraq Isn't Syria: Congress on Board This Time
WASHINGTON — Aug 12, 2014, 12:41 PM ET

Little of the impassioned debate that fractured lawmakers last year over possible military intervention in Syria is happening now as American war planes strike extremist targets in Iraq.

Almost a week into the Obama administration's emergency action in northern Iraq, the campaign is attracting surprisingly broad bipartisan support. Republicans have issued several I-told-you-so statements and called for stronger action, and dovish Democrats say they're concerned about slipping into a new war. But outright opposition has been muted.

"The need to move quickly to prevent further loss of life of men, women and children is not in dispute," said Rep. Scott Rigell, R-Va., expressing the view on Iraq of many in both parties. A year earlier, Rigell wrote a letter to President Barack Obama demanding that the White House seek congressional approval before ordering an attack on Syria, collecting the signature of more than 100 of his fellow House members.

Obama's goals are more defined this time.

Last summer he wanted to punish Syrian President Bashar Assad's government for using chemical weapons, hoping to deter repeat attacks and, at the prodding of Senate hawks, reverse the country's civil war. With weak support at home and abroad, Obama requested authorization from Congress.

Lawmakers returned early from a recess full of town hall meetings where they heard little support for action. Facing defeat in the House and Senate, the administration ultimately opted for Russian-supported mediation and Assad relinquishing his chemical arsenal.
religionisillnes s

East Barnet, UK

#27 Aug 14, 2014
Patrick wrote:
Iraq Isn't Syria: Congress on Board This Time
WASHINGTON — Aug 12, 2014, 12:41 PM ET
Little of the impassioned debate that fractured lawmakers last year over possible military intervention in Syria is happening now as American war planes strike extremist targets in Iraq.
Almost a week into the Obama administration's emergency action in northern Iraq, the campaign is attracting surprisingly broad bipartisan support. Republicans have issued several I-told-you-so statements and called for stronger action, and dovish Democrats say they're concerned about slipping into a new war. But outright opposition has been muted.
"The need to move quickly to prevent further loss of life of men, women and children is not in dispute," said Rep. Scott Rigell, R-Va., expressing the view on Iraq of many in both parties. A year earlier, Rigell wrote a letter to President Barack Obama demanding that the White House seek congressional approval before ordering an attack on Syria, collecting the signature of more than 100 of his fellow House members.
Obama's goals are more defined this time.
Last summer he wanted to punish Syrian President Bashar Assad's government for using chemical weapons, hoping to deter repeat attacks and, at the prodding of Senate hawks, reverse the country's civil war. With weak support at home and abroad, Obama requested authorization from Congress.
Lawmakers returned early from a recess full of town hall meetings where they heard little support for action. Facing defeat in the House and Senate, the administration ultimately opted for Russian-supported mediation and Assad relinquishing his chemical arsenal.
Cowardly misdirection spam from the Creationist with no evidence of god.

Too much of a coward to prove the ignorant beliefs he knows he has.

Since: May 11

Reality, USA

#28 Aug 14, 2014
_Bad Company wrote:
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Funny but you're putting trust in science for truth, and trusting requires faith, so yeah, you have more faith than the most extreme religious person.
Let me break it down for you a little bit.

Science has shown that two parts hydrogen and one part oxygen is the chemical makeup of water. It explains and proves how it flows, why it flows, how it occurs, where it occurs and why it occurs and so on and so forth.

The bible explains water as "whoomp, there it is".

Thanks but I will stick with the science and reality as opposed to an explanation from goat herders striving to explain what to them was a mystery.

Have a great day!
Patrick

United States

#29 Aug 14, 2014
USN Atheist wrote:
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Let me break it down for you a little bit.
Science has shown that two parts hydrogen and one part oxygen is the chemical makeup of water. It explains and proves how it flows, why it flows, how it occurs, where it occurs and why it occurs and so on and so forth.
The bible explains water as "whoomp, there it is".
Thanks but I will stick with the science and reality as opposed to an explanation from goat herders striving to explain what to them was a mystery.
Have a great day!
Great.......if water is your main interest in life then this seems to settle your mind?
Philosophical discussion often move beyond water.

Since: May 11

Reality, USA

#30 Aug 14, 2014
Patrick wrote:
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Great.......if water is your main interest in life then this seems to settle your mind?
Philosophical discussion often move beyond water.
You are either completely missing the point to which I am sorry for having gone over your head
-or-
are intentionally playing ignorant in which I am not sorry for providing an argument that you are unable to debunk.

Either way...have a nice day!
Patrick

United States

#31 Aug 14, 2014
"The bible explains water as "whoomp, there it is"."

you prefer Dawkins?
Patrick

United States

#32 Aug 14, 2014
USN Atheist wrote:
How do I feel about being atheist?
I never really thought about how I feel about it, it is just who I am . I think it is silly to have blind faith in something that cannot be personally proven or reasonably argued as a fact. I have had people tell me a variety of things when they learn that I do not believe in their "god" - you are going to hell, I will pray for you, you're just not ready to believe yet etc.
What I find satisfying is the look on their faces when I start quoting their bible and asking them to answer questions I have about their "god" and bible to which they virtually always do not have an answer and respond with "you wouldn't be able to understand the relationship I have with jesus". A cornered christian is a sad christian.
Atheists sometimes quote the Bible overlooking problems with translation over several thousand years. "I start quoting their bible and asking them to answer question" English version?

"A cornered christian is a sad christian" :-) as.. a concerned atheist is sad or defensive atheist?:-)

"What I find satisfying is the look on their faces..." it is your life.:-)

People who believe in God and those who do not often have much in common.
Thinking

Sidmouth, UK

#33 Aug 15, 2014
Hey Lincock sock, you really love Dawkins, don't you?
You can't stop blathering on about him.
Patrick wrote:
"The bible explains water as "whoomp, there it is"."
you prefer Dawkins?

Since: May 11

Reality, USA

#34 Aug 15, 2014
@ Patrick:

"Atheists sometimes quote the Bible overlooking problems with translation over several thousand years. "I start quoting their bible and asking them to answer question" English version?"
/// If the best you have is misquoting my post and feigning not being able to understand because of a grammatical error then you are not up to this.///

"A cornered christian is a sad christian" :-) as.. a concerned atheist is sad or defensive atheist?:-)"
/// You lost me here.///

""What I find satisfying is the look on their faces..." it is your life.:-)"
/// Yes it is. It is amazing though how there are those who do not believe that it truly is my life...no one elses and yet still they try to make changes to my life because their "god" tells them to do so.///

"People who believe in God and those who do not often have much in common."
/// Agree, they have a considerable amount of commonality. Your point?///

Since: May 11

Reality, USA

#35 Aug 15, 2014
Patrick wrote:
"The bible explains water as "whoomp, there it is"."
you prefer Dawkins?
I don't recall ever reading anything from Dawkins. And as far as I know of him he is an atheist but other than that I know nothing of him.

“Sombrero Galaxy”

Since: Jan 10

I'm An Illegal Alien

#36 Aug 16, 2014
Patrick wrote:
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Atheists sometimes quote the Bible overlooking problems with translation over several thousand years. "I start quoting their bible and asking them to answer question" English version?
So atheists should be concerned with the translation of God's book?
If it is so holy, then why can';t godmake sure that there are no errors with translation?
Patrick

United States

#37 Aug 16, 2014
emperorjohn wrote:
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So atheists should be concerned with the translation of God's book?
If it is so holy, then why can';t godmake sure that there are no errors with translation?
........please stay on the line as your call is important.... all calls will be answered in the order received........Queen Elizabeth II, Defender of the Faith, is on the line with another caller ..........your estimated wait time is two years.
Thinking

Sidmouth, UK

#38 Aug 17, 2014
The bible says not understanding is a punishment from god.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tower_of_Babel#S...

And now he can't spread his word easily - but that's his fault. What a retarded god!
emperorjohn wrote:
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So atheists should be concerned with the translation of God's book?
If it is so holy, then why can';t godmake sure that there are no errors with translation?
Patrick

United States

#39 Aug 17, 2014
Neil DeGrasse Tyson seems afraid of Philosophy!:-)

It seems like my friend Neil deGrasse Tyson [1] has done it again: He has dismissed philosophy as a useless enterprise and actually advised bright students to stay away from it. It is not the first time Neil has done this sort of thing, and he is far from being the only scientist to do so. But in his case the offense is particularly egregious, for two reasons: first, because he is a highly visible science communicator, and second, because I told him not to, several times.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/massimo-pigliuc ...

Since: Jun 14

Location hidden

#40 Aug 17, 2014
USN Atheist wrote:
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Let me break it down for you a little bit.
Science has shown that two parts hydrogen and one part oxygen is the chemical makeup of water. It explains and proves how it flows, why it flows, how it occurs, where it occurs and why it occurs and so on and so forth.
The bible explains water as "whoomp, there it is".
Thanks but I will stick with the science and reality as opposed to an explanation from goat herders striving to explain what to them was a mystery.
Have a great day!
Gosh, you're so sensitive...aren't you!

Since: Jun 14

Location hidden

#41 Aug 17, 2014
USN Atheist wrote:
@ Patrick:
"Atheists sometimes quote the Bible overlooking problems with translation over several thousand years. "I start quoting their bible and asking them to answer question" English version?"
/// If the best you have is misquoting my post and feigning not being able to understand because of a grammatical error then you are not up to this.///
"A cornered christian is a sad christian" :-) as.. a concerned atheist is sad or defensive atheist?:-)"
/// You lost me here.///
""What I find satisfying is the look on their faces..." it is your life.:-)"
/// Yes it is. It is amazing though how there are those who do not believe that it truly is my life...no one elses and yet still they try to make changes to my life because their "god" tells them to do so.///
"People who believe in God and those who do not often have much in common."
/// Agree, they have a considerable amount of commonality. Your point?///
Just what is it you wanna do with your life that they stop you from doing?
The same laws that govern you, Judge Christians.
So the only thing that you could do is go against societal laws, that we all adhere to.
Are you Just a criminal?
You sure let god and his people get to you.
I guess you're big man on campus with that emblem, there!

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