Atheists on the march in America

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

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sickofit

Faribault, MN

#67862 Feb 10, 2013
BBSting wrote:
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A recent study, cited by the Vatican, reported that 75 out of every 100 people killed due to religious hatred were Christian.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Persecution_of_C...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Persecution_of_C...
That Vatican>????? You mean the most evil murdering religous group in history of mankind?? Dont trust word one they say.

“I Am No One Else”

Since: Apr 12

Seattle

#67863 Feb 10, 2013
insidesecrets wrote:
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On paper it works, but not in reality. There is no evidence in fossils or experiments that mutations create "new" forms.
The theory of evolution has gone the way of gravity, accepted as an ultimate law, mathematically and physically defined but unresolved into any causes.
Law of gravity is still applicable though, and it was only overturned by a better law, not discarded. Just like the theory of evolution has evolved. The difference is, there is more evidence of it, genetic lineage tracing is also part of the mountains of evidence you ignore.

“I Am No One Else”

Since: Apr 12

Seattle

#67864 Feb 10, 2013
BBSting wrote:
Bloodletting, one of the oldest "voodoo" medical practices around is making a comeback. In fact, it is the only treatment for hemochromotosis, a genetic mutation.
Sure, but unless you have enough blood, you will only get sicker. It only works when you either replace the lost blood ... or you have extra. So it's not the same technique at all.
John

United States

#67865 Feb 10, 2013
Nope. The most charitable organization in the history of mankind. Responsible for feeding and clothing millions. Grind your axe somewhere else bigot.

You are quick to comment on others belief but when it comes time to answer for your absurd nothing forum you got nothing.

How do you decide which is most or least likely: something from nothing, always was, prime mover. You don't have a damn clue. Your decisions are based on an agenda not evidence. This forum is the furthest thing from freethinking. Go find something worthwhile to do, your nothing is ridiculous.

Stump an antitheist! Ask them what they believe.

Since: Mar 11

St. Croix valley

#67866 Feb 10, 2013
John wrote:
Nope. The most charitable organization in the history of mankind. Responsible for feeding and clothing millions. Grind your axe somewhere else bigot.
You are quick to comment on others belief but when it comes time to answer for your absurd nothing forum you got nothing.
How do you decide which is most or least likely: something from nothing, always was, prime mover. You don't have a damn clue. Your decisions are based on an agenda not evidence. This forum is the furthest thing from freethinking. Go find something worthwhile to do, your nothing is ridiculous.
Stump an antitheist! Ask them what they believe.
yup, giving the poor the fish for the day when they could teach tehm to fish for themselves..

"teach aman to reason and he will think for a lifetime." Phil Plaitt. the Vatican fears such philosophies...
John

United States

#67867 Feb 10, 2013
Good to see you are a conservative LOL. You skipped the question by the way. Simple questions stump bigots.
Lincoln

United States

#67868 Feb 10, 2013
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>yup, giving the poor the fish for the day when they could teach tehm to fish for themselves..
"teach aman to reason and he will think for a lifetime." Phil Plaitt. the Vatican fears such philosophies...
Teach an atheist to fish
and
he posts nonsense all day long?
rider

Gwinn, MI

#67869 Feb 10, 2013
The National Prayer Breakfast, The Fellowship Foundation, aka. The Family, aka. The Christian Mafia EXPOSÉ: THE “CHRISTIAN” MAFIA
Where Those Who Now Run the U.S. Government Came From and Where They Are Taking Us
Another pro-Nazi Christian fundamentalist group that arose in the pre-Second World War years was the Moral Rearmament Movement. Its leader was Frank Buchman, a Lutheran minister from Philadelphia. Buchman was a pacifist, but not just any pacifist. He and his colleagues in the United States, Britain, Norway, and South Africa reasoned that war could be avoided if the world would just accept the rise of Hitler and National Socialism and concentrate on stamping out Communism and Socialism. Buchman coordinated his activities with Vereide and his Prayer Breakfast Movement, which, by 1940, had spread its anti-left manifesto and agenda throughout the Pacific Northwest.
Buchman was effusive in his praise for Hitler. He was quoted by William A. H. Birnie of the New York World Telegram,“I thank Heaven for a man like Adolf Hitler, who built a front line of defense against the anti-Christ of Communism.”[1] Buchman also secretly met with Heinrich Himmler, the head of the Gestapo and controller of the concentration camps. Buchman was at Himmler’s side at the 1935 Nazi Party rally in Nuremberg and again at the 1936 Berlin Olympics. The predecessor of Buchman’s Moral Rearmament Group, the Oxford Group, included Moslems, Buddhists, and Hindus. Buchman and Hitler both saw the creation of a one-world religion based largely on Teutonic, Aryan, and other pagan traditions mixed with elements of Christianity. Buchman saw Islam, Buddhism, and Hinduism as being compatible with his brand of Christianity. Hitler, too, had an affectation for Islam and Buddhism as witnessed by his support for the Grand Mufti

Since: Mar 11

St. Croix valley

#67871 Feb 10, 2013
Lincoln wrote:
<quoted text>
Teach an atheist to fish
and
he posts nonsense all day long?
it would seem, to the educated, reasoned mind, that it is the religious cult members that have been posting nonesense.
rider

Gwinn, MI

#67872 Feb 10, 2013
Lincoln

United States

#67873 Feb 10, 2013
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>it would seem, to the educated, reasoned mind, that it is the religious cult members that have been posting nonesense.
Maybe you need to get out more,
away from Darwin
and the computer.:-)

Since: Mar 11

St. Croix valley

#67874 Feb 10, 2013
Lincoln wrote:
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Maybe you need to get out more,
away from Darwin
and the computer.:-)
how would that change the facts of the world?

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#67875 Feb 10, 2013
Get your google on! Bloodletting (now called phlebotomy) is not just for hemochromatosis, doctors and researchers are examining phlebotomy as an aid in combating heart disease, high blood pressure, and pulmonary edema. The lesson for medical science is a simple one, there is much more that the scientific community doesn't understand than there is that it does understand.

Since: Jun 07

Location hidden

#67876 Feb 10, 2013
BBSting wrote:
Get your google on! Bloodletting (now called phlebotomy) is not just for hemochromatosis, doctors and researchers are examining phlebotomy as an aid in combating heart disease, high blood pressure, and pulmonary edema. The lesson for medical science is a simple one, there is much more that the scientific community doesn't understand than there is that it does understand.
When will theists stop using what science doesn't know as an excuse for selling what religion lies about?
John

United States

#67877 Feb 10, 2013
You skipped my question again in your evidence free post Woodtick. March, march, march, march.

Since: Mar 11

St. Croix valley

#67878 Feb 10, 2013
BBSting wrote:
Get your google on! Bloodletting (now called phlebotomy) is not just for hemochromatosis, doctors and researchers are examining phlebotomy as an aid in combating heart disease, high blood pressure, and pulmonary edema. The lesson for medical science is a simple one, there is much more that the scientific community doesn't understand than there is that it does understand.
Ummm, except that they were bloodletting for reasons that we know were false.

it may be funny that we now know it may help for some things, but they were not onto anything mystical or magical, they were killing more people than they were helping because they were acting upon myths...

Since: Apr 11

Santa Monica, CA

#67879 Feb 10, 2013
Langoliers wrote:
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Nice using "BCE" the atheist dating system. LOL
Before Christ Entered the world.
Does the fact we have a "Thor's Day" each week mean Thor is real?

Since: Apr 12

Location hidden

#67880 Feb 10, 2013
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>an accurate on. before current era.
Why the need to break the years like a football field. 100 BCE 50 BCE. 100 CE
150 CE?

Why the break in years at the same point that BC Before Christ and AD the year of our Lord broke the year down?

Why are your dates still centered around the life of Christ?

Since: Apr 12

Location hidden

#67881 Feb 10, 2013
sickofit wrote:
<quoted text>Yet you think your god came from nothing?? Who created your god????

OH YEA MAN.........lol
Too much for your grey matter?
A God outside of time?
That's nothing new, atheist are in general are incapable of understanding what outside of time means!

Since: Apr 12

Location hidden

#67882 Feb 10, 2013
Rose_NoHo wrote:
<quoted text>Does the fact we have a "Thor's Day" each week mean Thor is real?
Yup

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