Atheists on the march in America

Aug 26, 2009 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: TurkishPress.com

When South Florida atheists held their first meeting, they were just five friends, having a beer at a bar.

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Lincoln

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Jan 10, 2013
 
KittenKoder wrote:
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Since Jesus is a myth, it didn't do anything.
Jesus existed historically.

History not your subject?

Notice the thread closed down with "Atheists on the march ..." off the thread.:-)

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Lincoln wrote:
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Jesus existed historically.
History not your subject?
Notice the thread closed down with "Atheists on the march ..." off the thread.:-)
The Jesus in the bible is a myth. There were a lot of street preachers named Jesus in the time that the bible was actually written though.

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#66874
Jan 10, 2013
 
Get your nothing out of here and either answer a question or be reported for mass deletion.

Why should anyone accept your god as anything more than a figment of someone's imagination?

And again do show this proof for a historical Jesus of Nazareth?

Another day of ineptitude from the theists who time and time again are unable to answer any questions. No wonder the number of non believers is skyrocketing in America.
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You have a forum about nothing filled with bigots that spend their day fighting a God they don't believe in. Ask Liberty if a historical Jesus existed LOL.
I've asked what you loons believe. Where is the evidence that meets the criteria you hold others accountable to? Apparently this is a real stumper!

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#66875
Jan 10, 2013
 
True science is repeatable and observable which is why intelligent design is tossed aside as fantasy.

Now you need to start having a back and forth conversation actually answering questions and no just trolling with your same two or three copy and pastes or we will be forced to report you for mass deletion. We have been extremely patient with you for lab rat purposes but now it's time you start cruelly attempting the maze so to speak and not just squeal and complain at the beginning of the maze.

This will be your last warning.

Thanks
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I believe you are a bigot with nothing. Stump an antitheist! Ask them what they believe. True science that is repeatable and observable.
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KittenKoder wrote:
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The Jesus in the Bible is a myth. There were a lot of street preachers named Jesus in the time that the bible was actually written though.
Historians of seem to disagree with you.
The consensus seems in His favor.

As per your ideas on wikipedia, you may well be wrong.
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Givemeliberty wrote:
True science is repeatable and observable which is why intelligent design is tossed aside as fantasy.
Now you need to start having a back and forth conversation actually answering questions and no just trolling with your same two or three copy and pastes or we will be forced to report you for mass deletion. We have been extremely patient with you for lab rat purposes but now it's time you start cruelly attempting the maze so to speak and not just squeal and complain at the beginning of the maze.
This will be your last warning.
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"We have been extremely ..." rather self important statement in the editorial We.

You have a tapeworm ?
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Jan 10, 2013
 
jesus was too humble to require capitalisation.
Lincoln wrote:
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Historians of seem to disagree with you.
The consensus seems in His favor.
As per your ideas on wikipedia, you may well be wrong.
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Thinking wrote:
jesus was too humble to require capitalisation.
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In the time of Jesus capitalization and punctuation may not have been used.
Depends on the translations and interpretations.

"Misquoting Jesus: The Story Behind Who Changed the Bible and Why" by Bart D. Ehrman is interesting.

Is Ehrman an agnostic?
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#66880
Jan 10, 2013
 
All atheists are marching to a burning hell....where there will be weeping and gnashing of teeth.
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Jan 10, 2013
 
Bollocks.
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All atheists are marching to a burning hell....where there will be weeping and gnashing of teeth.

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#66883
Jan 10, 2013
 
Bandwagon fallacy. Show this proof of an actual historical Jesus of Nazareth.

By the way more and more secular historians are looking into the actual proof for Jesus and are coming to the realization there just isn't anything there to support him.
Lincoln wrote:
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Historians of seem to disagree with you.
The consensus seems in His favor.
As per your ideas on wikipedia, you may well be wrong.

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#66884
Jan 10, 2013
 
All Christians are marching to Muslim hell for the exact same thing.
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All atheists are marching to a burning hell....where there will be weeping and gnashing of teeth.
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Givemeliberty wrote:
Bandwagon fallacy. Show this proof of an actual historical Jesus of Nazareth.
By the way more and more secular historians are looking into the actual proof for Jesus and are coming to the realization there just isn't anything there to support him.
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Two thousand years ago is difficult to prove.
The number of historian believing one way or another in no way indicates truth.
American society, basically Christian politically, has accepted Jesus as a historical figure.
Actual DNA proof - obviously not.

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Two thousand years ago is difficult to prove.
The number of historian believing one way or another in no way indicates truth.
American society, basically Christian politically, has accepted Jesus as a historical figure.
Actual DNA proof - obviously not.
So then you admit it's myth.

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Lincoln wrote:
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Historians of seem to disagree with you.
The consensus seems in His favor.
As per your ideas on wikipedia, you may well be wrong.
Sure, David Barton does but he's a lying asshat.
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KittenKoder wrote:
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So then you admit it's myth.
No!
Major parts of history can Not be proved.
If it comforts you to believe Jesus is a myth do so.
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madscot wrote:
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Sure, David Barton does but he's a lying asshat.
Secularists in America may be on the decline.
Both political parties are Christian dominated.
President Obama won the Roman Catholic vote.
President Obama is a Christian.

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Lincoln wrote:
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Secularists in America may be on the decline.
Both political parties are Christian dominated.
President Obama won the Roman Catholic vote.
President Obama is a Christian.
Ummmm....yeah.

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Lincoln wrote:
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No!
Major parts of history can Not be proved.
If it comforts you to believe Jesus is a myth do so.
The major parts are the parts we have evidence that demonstrates history beyond reasonable doubt. The bible contradicts some major portions of history, the parts we can confirm.

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The time and area Jesus was supposed to have his ministry in was well documented at the time there were several historians alive and documenting in Jerusalem at the supposed time of the crucifixion yet not one alive and documenting at the time wrote a single word about him. These historians documented lots of serious and trivial data. But I guess a man raised from the dead walking into Jerusalem with dozens if not hundreds of raised from the dead Jews didn't raise any eyebrows and wasn't worth noting I guess. Neither was a single man with a whip going into the temple area which was larger ten four football fields and heavily guarded to keep order and running people out of it this didn't catch anyone's interest lol!

It took decades after the supposed crucifixion before Christians wrote a single word about their so called messiah.

Not one single contemporary historian/believer wrote a word about this so called messiah. Wtf?

Not one shred of historical proof.
Lincoln wrote:
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Two thousand years ago is difficult to prove.
The number of historian believing one way or another in no way indicates truth.
American society, basically Christian politically, has accepted Jesus as a historical figure.
Actual DNA proof - obviously not.

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