Atheism requires as much faith as religion?

Atheism requires as much faith as religion? bearvspuma : The only problem with this rationalization is that ita s assuming all athiests are so because theya re intelligent in the ways of science and reasoning and all people that believe in a form of god are unintelligent. Full Story
Imhotep

United States

#152155 Feb 6, 2013
Eagle12 wrote:
<quoted text>
Iím positive that prayer works. I canít share the testimonies with you because you would think that I was making it all up so I will spare you from hearing them. Yes, Iím certain prayer works.
God doesnít answer every prayer as I would like but there are reasons why. You mentioned the Jews in the death camps. The atrocities against the Jews resulted in a new nation being born. That nation is Israel, created in 1948.
If it werenít for the Holocaust there would be no Israel today. It took something so horrible to bring the majority of the world together to fulfill bible prophecy. Isaiah 11:12
I believe in medical care and modern medicine. Jesus never criticized medicine or Doctors. There comes a time when medicine can do no more. Then itís time to take up a prayer before the King of Kings.
Prayer can not only be used for healing but for well being such as jobs and blessings. Your missing out my friend but thatís your choice.
This poignant video applies to your god also.
If you have any "heart" this will prove emotional.
I double dog dare you to watch. ;)

Then comment with your opinion.

http://www.youtube.com/embed/6kIu3Mb5KuE...
Turkey

Oswego, NY

#152156 Feb 6, 2013
Imhotep wrote:
<quoted text>
You have defined yourself as vulgar, insulting, with a limited capacity to engage in intelligent discourse .
You offer no cohesion of thought.
No opposing documented view.
What's next? "Nanny nanny boo boo"?
;)
Yawn
you're just another pompous fool. Get a real job misfit.
Turkey

Oswego, NY

#152157 Feb 6, 2013
StreetWave wrote:
Humanity may be but a small part of a greater arena of life. And our unique expressions of goodness creativity and spirit would seem valuable even in a vast spectrum of intelligent expressions. It is time to look again at the meaning of God in light of a universe teaming with life. A more complete understanding could only strengthen my value for creation and for the Creator.
Are you a thespian?

“ The Lord of delirious minds.”

Since: Dec 10

Location hidden

#152158 Feb 6, 2013
Dave Nelson wrote:
<quoted text>
A beast is a creature without higher thought. It exists in the here and now only.
Numbers have been worshiped for a long time. You have the Kabbalah, theologians once pondered how many angels on the head of a pin, and now you have theoretical physicists counting universes.
Let him who hath understanding recon the number of the beast, For it is a human number.

Does this sound like something without higher thought and reason?
Does the Idea of the most perfect angel confuse you you with something that is inferior? Does the Idea of Enlightenment , confused you with the darkness your god wishes you to be in?

The light bearer is the one you fear. In the light you can see, in darkness you will dwell without the light.

“Fear is the Mind-Killer”

Since: Jun 08

Albuquerque, NM

#152159 Feb 6, 2013
The_Box wrote:
<quoted text>
You gave not a SINGLE detail.
- What arguments did they make to convert "atheists"?
- What claims were subjected to the scientific method?
You give no response to the numerous explanations that are all superior to "Jesus is a god".
<quoted text>
Christianity involves neither. You haven't been able to provide a single example to the contrary.
I gave historical detail, friend.

What arguments did they make? I don't know, I wasn't their. For those kinds of details you'd actual have to take the time to read lot of historical material on the Church Fathers.

All claims are subject to the scientific method ... 2000 years ago. They are no longer testable, since the time is past. Thus, with historical evidence you can either accept what people back then accepted, or call them liars and prove that they lied. Or you can be a coward, and reject what they witnessed first hand, while refusing to call the liars so you avoid the burden of proof.

Those are you options.

Same holds true for ANY historical figure. If they were tried centuries ago, when who are we to call the judges and jury liars and reverse the conviction?

As for science, and the methodology, that began with the Church. The first universities began with the Church (in the West, not the whole world.) The Big Bang theory, for example, was from a Catholic priest, which was rejected mind you by the whole scientific community based only on anti-religious prejudices. Some 35 places on the moon are named for Christians.

Science did not come out of vacuum, it came from Christianity, who in turn preserved all the Greek literature they could.

Who was first to convert to Christianity? The intellectuals. First the Jews, then the Greeks, the most learned men of the ancient world at the time.

Really, this is common knowledge, my friend. There is no separation of Christianity and science, never has been, and never will be. We gave birth to it., which is fitting for a religion that claims to be the only way to God.

Or, do you just think it is a coincidence that the most advanced and scientific civilization on earth (Western Europe) and its Renaissance, Age of Reason, and Age of Enlightenment, just spawned from goo?
Just someone

Denver, CO

#152160 Feb 6, 2013
Langoliers wrote:
<quoted text>
Givemeliberty wrote:
I am especially proud of my volunteer work and donations to the humanist cause. Every year I go to the Philippines and spend thousands on food,water, clothing and medicine for the needy there. After a horrific typhoon and flooding there I was there amongst others 14 hours a day handing out supplies, giving life saving injections and treatments to those who lost their home. I stood and watched as homeless children lined up easily 3 miles deep for a package of crackers sandwich fruit and bottle of water. Unwanted children who were born because the Christian ran theocracy light government makes it nearly impossible for a woman to obtain birth control. My wife is in pre-med classes and wants to practice medicine there free to help those poor children. Here in the states I collect donations for running in marathons with the money going to children's charities and cancer or HIV awareness programs.
I have seen first hand time and time again the damage and heart breaking situations brought on by theists. The same theists who come crawling to us to help fix their mess! Oh but while we are fixing it are we thanked? Nope. We barely get the figurative broom in hand and they are shrieking at us for not believing in their imaginary friend.
Honor? I guess it is a relative term. The dozen of urban low income students I assist for free with their biology and pharmaceutical homework at two different colleges locally would probably say good ole KJ is an alright dude.
Now if coming on topix and giving the theists a little taste of backbone, the theists who try to intimidate and silence non believers because they think we should all be meek and humble and tolerate their abuse and repeated logical fallacies makes me vile, Without reason, Disrespectful, In someone's opinion? So be it, hmmm I will chuckle about how vile And disrespectful I am Friday at U of L for the 6 hours I am assisting the students there as a volunteer. Or perhaps this summer as I am passing out thousands of dollars worth of free medicine and other essentials trying to save some more homeless from dying. Yes I was walking by a group of people there and they were huddled together praying loudly and crying. I looked in and a young girl was on the ground dying of dehydration. Instead of getting her water and rushing her to the hospital they stood there holding hands and praying! I grabbed my cell phone and called for an ambulance and started trying to get her to drink. Slowly she sipped the water as the praying continued. The ambulance came after almost an hour and reluctantly took her to the hospital, the paramedic said she was good as dead and best leave it in the hands of Jesus same thing the crowd thought. She died 18 hours later. They didn't even know her name and couldn't figure it out.
I guess I'll somehow deal with being called disrespectful.
<quoted text>
"I am semi-retired except for collecting and inspecting my rental properties. I live comfortably off my stock dividends, porn sites I own, early retirement from work and rental properties here in the states and in the Philippines. "
OMG. It's getting better all the time!!!
You're retired except for Porn and your wife is still in school!
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Please stop!!!!
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This langoliers is a complete nut job.Self absorbed egomaniac.

“ The Lord of delirious minds.”

Since: Dec 10

Location hidden

#152161 Feb 6, 2013
Clementia wrote:
<quoted text>
I don't speak or understand your language! R u angry with me?
Nope, but I will invite you for dinner and a movie :).

“Fear is the Mind-Killer”

Since: Jun 08

Albuquerque, NM

#152162 Feb 6, 2013
Clementia wrote:
<quoted text>
People like to make stuff up, including hindu's, when they can't explain the evil in their religion they blame it on others.
It worked fine in India, Since the beginning of Hinduism and then Sikhism was created only 500 years ago, it implemented the same rules again! It worked perfectly even on a larger scale, but then the british came and it all went down hill!!!
But Christians are still sinning now, majority of the people at the time of Jesus did sin, his own disciples betrayed him. How was that not a sin?
But we believe our prophets were God too, we believe God comes over and over again.
I said the truth, I don't think u are going to hell for your belief in Christ, but I know christians think i'm going to hell for mine, they have said it straight to my face!
FYI, I live in England u know, i went to a christian school.
Well, first of all, thank you for your responses and honesty, I like to learn from others about their views.

I don't think you understand Christianity, however. Yes, we are sinning now, we do not believe humanity can achieve a sinless state, otherwise Jesus would never have needed to come. Yes, his Apostles sinned also, that has never been denied, nor does anyone make that claim. Not even the Church, or the Pope, can claim to be sinless, our theology makes that very clear. What is required is that we make the best effort we can to avoid sin, knowing full well that we will stumble.

We suspect that Jesus may have come before Roman times, but that is theological speculation that can neither be confirmed or denied. But we do know that the way to God was universal, as you defined it, with right actions and knowledge of God in your heart. Some Christians mistakenly believe that everyone before Christ went to hell, that is false.

And no, Christians do not think you are going to hell for your beliefs. Everyone who does not know Christ (and you still don't, merely knowing of Him is not the same) falls under the old rules. If you are a moral and good person, and do good throughout your life, then by our theology you go to heaven with the rest of us. We Christians, and the Jews will concur as they believe the same, have a special burden to share the gospel, and special obligation to do more than others to save souls. If we reject God, we go to hell. If an atheist rejects God for lack of understanding, or their mind is so perverted by misinformation and lies, they go to heaven ... unless they knew in their hearts that their sins were wrong and did them anyway.

In other words, the Hindu and the atheists have more of a chance than I do of making it to heaven. I have no excuse if I fail miserably. You do.

Any Christian that has said that straight to your face is just as false a Christian as Hindus that don't believe in One God (going by your information.)

I am sorry you go to school in England. Unfortunately, you will not get an honest education anywhere in that country, or most Western countries, because they are subjugated to Eastern European philosophy that is very biased and hateful of the West and its old culture.

If you really want to understand the West, you have to read the right books. If you can find in England one called Tragedy and Hope by Carroll Quigley, it would help immensely. Also, G. K. Chesterton and C.S. Lewis are real examples of Christians, one Catholic, one Anglican. Thomas Aquinas is brilliant beyond measure. And in this current age, Peter Kreeft is one of the West's best philosophers.

You will find no mention of any of the above in any Western school, where you will receive a very corrupted view of our culture ... and all others through the lens of deceit. The British bash themselves and loath their past, which is sad. Despite their mistakes, and the British East India Company and events that led up to the Sepoy Rebellion, they did more good than bad in the world, and they helped India more than you realize.

Since: Dec 11

Location hidden

#152163 Feb 6, 2013
Yankee Yahoo wrote:
<quoted text>
I gave historical detail, friend.
You didn't give one detail.
Yankee Yahoo wrote:
What arguments did they make? I don't know, I wasn't their.
And now you admit that you have no details.
Yankee Yahoo wrote:
For those kinds of details you'd actual have to take the time to read lot of historical material on the Church Fathers.
You're making a claim. Support it.
Yankee Yahoo wrote:
All claims are subject to the scientific method ... 2000 years ago.
They didn't even have the scientific method 2000 years ago. You have no provided even a single shred of evidence that anyone back then subjected the claims of Christianity to scientific scrutiny. Hell, you haven't shown that they were subjected to ANY scrutiny.

That was a pre-scientific era full of superstition. Even the Bible shows it. In Acts 28, Paul gets bitten by a snake, and the locals immediately think he's a god because he didn't drop dead. In Acts 14, a gimpy guy stands up when Paul and Barnabas show up and the locals think they're Hermes and Zeus.

This was a PRIMITIVE era.
Yankee Yahoo wrote:
Thus, with historical evidence you can either accept what people back then accepted, or call them liars and prove that they lied.
You don't have historical evidence; you have religious legend.
Yankee Yahoo wrote:
Same holds true for ANY historical figure.
Then why don't you apply that standard to other religious figures? Other religious texts talk about deities performing miracles and interacting with people. Why don't you accept all these claims?
Yankee Yahoo wrote:
If they were tried centuries ago, when who are we to call the judges and jury liars and reverse the conviction?
Because they were never tried.

You still can't give me one argument they used.

You still can't give me one claim that was subjected to the scientific method.
Yankee Yahoo wrote:
Science did not come out of vacuum, it came from Christianity, who in turn preserved all the Greek literature they could.
No, it didn't. It may have largely come from Christians (and earlier pushed by the pagan Greeks), but that is a significant difference. Nothing in Christianity itself promotes scientific reasoning.
Yankee Yahoo wrote:
Who was first to convert to Christianity? The intellectuals. First the Jews, then the Greeks, the most learned men of the ancient world at the time.
It started as a Jewish cult; of course it started with Jews. They weren't intellectuals though. Christianity's appeal with primarily with the downtrodden. It was an underdog's religion.
Yankee Yahoo wrote:
Or, do you just think it is a coincidence that the most advanced and scientific civilization on earth (Western Europe) and its Renaissance, Age of Reason, and Age of Enlightenment, just spawned from goo?
The Age of Reason and Enlightenment were primarily secular endeavors. They CHALLENGED superstition, faith, and religion; they didn't endorse them.

Science is a process that seeks natural answers to the universe's questions. This is in direct opposition to religion.
blacklagoon

Hyde Park, MA

#152164 Feb 6, 2013
Eagle12 wrote:
<quoted text>
Itís always a pleasure to talk to you my good Doctor.
The first mistake the troubled soul did was to bow down to a stone image. A violation of the ten commandments. The second mistake was trying to clean it.
Now my good Doctor why God let so many die in WWII is beyond me. These wars were the act of mad men and nations run amuck. The fact remains from this horrible cost a nation rises out of the ashes in 1948.
A nation because of itís past, is determined to fight anyone who threatens it. Israel is not going away nor will it allow itself to be pushed into the sea. It is a legitimate nation and all her enemies need to get over it.
Exodus 20
King James Version (KJV)
20 And God spake all these words, saying,
2 I am the Lord thy God, which have brought thee out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bondage.
3 Thou shalt have no other gods before me.
4 Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or any likeness of any thing that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth.
5 Thou shalt not bow down thyself to them, nor serve them: for I the Lord thy God am a jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children unto the third and fourth generation of them that hate me;
Leviticus 26
King James Version (KJV)
26 Ye shall make you no idols nor graven image, neither rear you up a standing image, neither shall ye set up any image of stone in your land, to bow down unto it: for I am the Lord your God.
Every Catholic Church I have ever been in features a life size Christ on the cross. Always front and center. People kneel before this crucifix and pray, they are doing something they shouldn't? Maybe the Vatican should be informed of all these people kneeling and praying before Christ on the cross.

My question was not why did God let so many people die in World war 11, rather I was addressing the effect of prayer. You say God answers prayer, and seemingly on a rather consistent level. But he didn't answer any of the prayers of the millions of jews who undoubtably prayed as they had never prayed before. I'm wondering if it seems reasonable to you, that God would refuse to answer so many prayers and for so many desperate people? Its not like they were praying for a long lost spouse, or to find their car keys. These poor people were praying for their wives, their children, brother, sisters. The horrors that were inflicted on them, on their children, who they must have beseeched God for help. But he simple sat and watched as millions died in agony and despair. How can anyone who believes in God, believing what you believe about his power. A being who can create an entire universe and all things in it, could help these poor souls with a snap of his fingers, yet he did nothing. Does that seem at all reasonable to you? Please spare me the "Who can know the mind of God"......and "God works in mysterious ways" All that is, is a huge copout, it means you know there is a serious conflict inside you, so you think this will heal the wrong you must feel. You have to feel, you have to because you are a reasonable person. You use reason and logic in everything you do, why do you suspend it when it comes to the actions, or in this case the non-actions of God?

“Fear is the Mind-Killer”

Since: Jun 08

Albuquerque, NM

#152165 Feb 6, 2013
The_Box wrote:
<quoted text>
You didn't give one detail.
<quoted text>
And now you admit that you have no details.
<quoted text>
You're making a claim. Support it.
<quoted text>
They didn't even have the scientific method 2000 years ago. You have no provided even a single shred of evidence that anyone back then subjected the claims of Christianity to scientific scrutiny. Hell, you haven't shown that they were subjected to ANY scrutiny.
That was a pre-scientific era full of superstition. Even the Bible shows it. In Acts 28, Paul gets bitten by a snake, and the locals immediately think he's a god because he didn't drop dead. In Acts 14, a gimpy guy stands up when Paul and Barnabas show up and the locals think they're Hermes and Zeus.
This was a PRIMITIVE era.
<quoted text>
You don't have historical evidence; you have religious legend.
<quoted text>
Then why don't you apply that standard to other religious figures? Other religious texts talk about deities performing miracles and interacting with people. Why don't you accept all these claims?
<quoted text>
Because they were never tried.
You still can't give me one argument they used.
You still can't give me one claim that was subjected to the scientific method.
<quoted text>
No, it didn't. It may have largely come from Christians (and earlier pushed by the pagan Greeks), but that is a significant difference. Nothing in Christianity itself promotes scientific reasoning.
<quoted text>
It started as a Jewish cult; of course it started with Jews. They weren't intellectuals though. Christianity's appeal with primarily with the downtrodden. It was an underdog's religion.
<quoted text>
The Age of Reason and Enlightenment were primarily secular endeavors. They CHALLENGED superstition, faith, and religion; they didn't endorse them.
Science is a process that seeks natural answers to the universe's questions. This is in direct opposition to religion.
Negative. All of history is the data and the supporting evidence.

And no, the Renaissance (Spiritual Rebirth?), Age of Reason and Enlightenment were religious endeavors.

Were do you get your sources of history? Not only do you outright lie and claim I provided no details, you then accuse me of what you yourself are doing?

I am not here to make assertions, merely refute those of atheists, and you.

There is no such thing as secular. Prove that there is. It was not even a word until recent times, let alone a concept.

And if you want proof, then you'd have to ask those that witnessed events 2000 years ago. You cannot ask anyone now. You know this, but you refuse to acknowledge it, yes? Now, the burden is on you to show that the dead were liars and frauds. Got proof?

“Fear is the Mind-Killer”

Since: Jun 08

Albuquerque, NM

#152166 Feb 6, 2013
The_Box wrote:
<quoted text>
You didn't give one detail.
<quoted text>
And now you admit that you have no details.
<quoted text>
You're making a claim. Support it.
<quoted text>
They didn't even have the scientific method 2000 years ago. You have no provided even a single shred of evidence that anyone back then subjected the claims of Christianity to scientific scrutiny. Hell, you haven't shown that they were subjected to ANY scrutiny.
That was a pre-scientific era full of superstition. Even the Bible shows it. In Acts 28, Paul gets bitten by a snake, and the locals immediately think he's a god because he didn't drop dead. In Acts 14, a gimpy guy stands up when Paul and Barnabas show up and the locals think they're Hermes and Zeus.
This was a PRIMITIVE era.
<quoted text>
You don't have historical evidence; you have religious legend.
<quoted text>
Then why don't you apply that standard to other religious figures? Other religious texts talk about deities performing miracles and interacting with people. Why don't you accept all these claims?
<quoted text>
Because they were never tried.
You still can't give me one argument they used.
You still can't give me one claim that was subjected to the scientific method.
<quoted text>
No, it didn't. It may have largely come from Christians (and earlier pushed by the pagan Greeks), but that is a significant difference. Nothing in Christianity itself promotes scientific reasoning.
<quoted text>
It started as a Jewish cult; of course it started with Jews. They weren't intellectuals though. Christianity's appeal with primarily with the downtrodden. It was an underdog's religion.
<quoted text>
The Age of Reason and Enlightenment were primarily secular endeavors. They CHALLENGED superstition, faith, and religion; they didn't endorse them.
Science is a process that seeks natural answers to the universe's questions. This is in direct opposition to religion.
Primitive?
By what standard?
We are very primitive now, are we not? Is not the notion of being "primitive" subjective and relative?
Very arrogant indeed if you think you are smarter than ancient peoples.

“Fear is the Mind-Killer”

Since: Jun 08

Albuquerque, NM

#152167 Feb 6, 2013
The_Box wrote:
<quoted text>
You didn't give one detail.
<quoted text>
And now you admit that you have no details.
<quoted text>
You're making a claim. Support it.
<quoted text>
They didn't even have the scientific method 2000 years ago. You have no provided even a single shred of evidence that anyone back then subjected the claims of Christianity to scientific scrutiny. Hell, you haven't shown that they were subjected to ANY scrutiny.
That was a pre-scientific era full of superstition. Even the Bible shows it. In Acts 28, Paul gets bitten by a snake, and the locals immediately think he's a god because he didn't drop dead. In Acts 14, a gimpy guy stands up when Paul and Barnabas show up and the locals think they're Hermes and Zeus.
This was a PRIMITIVE era.
<quoted text>
You don't have historical evidence; you have religious legend.
<quoted text>
Then why don't you apply that standard to other religious figures? Other religious texts talk about deities performing miracles and interacting with people. Why don't you accept all these claims?
<quoted text>
Because they were never tried.
You still can't give me one argument they used.
You still can't give me one claim that was subjected to the scientific method.
<quoted text>
No, it didn't. It may have largely come from Christians (and earlier pushed by the pagan Greeks), but that is a significant difference. Nothing in Christianity itself promotes scientific reasoning.
<quoted text>
It started as a Jewish cult; of course it started with Jews. They weren't intellectuals though. Christianity's appeal with primarily with the downtrodden. It was an underdog's religion.
<quoted text>
The Age of Reason and Enlightenment were primarily secular endeavors. They CHALLENGED superstition, faith, and religion; they didn't endorse them.
Science is a process that seeks natural answers to the universe's questions. This is in direct opposition to religion.
Reading more of this nonsense, I see the problem.

What books have you read about history? How learned are you in history?

Since: Apr 12

Location hidden

#152168 Feb 6, 2013
Givemeliberty wrote:
<quoted text>On my Facebook page.
Givemeliberty wrote:

I am especially proud of my volunteer work and donations to the humanist cause. Every year I go to the Philippines and spend thousands on food,water, clothing and medicine for the needy there. After a horrific typhoon and flooding there I was there amongst others 14 hours a day handing out supplies, giving life saving injections and treatments to those who lost their home. I stood and watched as homeless children lined up easily 3 miles deep for a package of crackers sandwich fruit and bottle of water. Unwanted children who were born because the Christian ran theocracy light government makes it nearly impossible for a woman to obtain birth control. My wife is in pre-med classes and wants to practice medicine there free to help those poor children. Here in the states I collect donations for running in marathons with the money going to children's charities and cancer or HIV awareness programs.
I have seen first hand time and time again the damage and heart breaking situations brought on by theists. The same theists who come crawling to us to help fix their mess! Oh but while we are fixing it are we thanked? Nope. We barely get the figurative broom in hand and they are shrieking at us for not believing in their imaginary friend.
Honor? I guess it is a relative term. The dozen of urban low income students I assist for free with their biology and pharmaceutical homework at two different colleges locally would probably say good ole KJ is an alright dude.
Now if coming on topix and giving the theists a little taste of backbone, the theists who try to intimidate and silence non believers because they think we should all be meek and humble and tolerate their abuse and repeated logical fallacies makes me vile, Without reason, Disrespectful, In someone's opinion? So be it, hmmm I will chuckle about how vile And disrespectful I am Friday at U of L for the 6 hours I am assisting the students there as a volunteer. Or perhaps this summer as I am passing out thousands of dollars worth of free medicine and other essentials trying to save some more homeless from dying. Yes I was walking by a group of people there and they were huddled together praying loudly and crying. I looked in and a young girl was on the ground dying of dehydration. Instead of getting her water and rushing her to the hospital they stood there holding hands and praying! I grabbed my cell phone and called for an ambulance and started trying to get her to drink. Slowly she sipped the water as the praying continued. The ambulance came after almost an hour and reluctantly took her to the hospital, the paramedic said she was good as dead and best leave it in the hands of Jesus same thing the crowd thought. She died 18 hours later. They didn't even know her name and couldn't figure it out.
I guess I'll somehow deal with being called disrespectful.
<quoted text>

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"I am semi-retired except for collecting and inspecting my rental properties. I live comfortably off my stock dividends, porn sites I own, early retirement from work and rental properties here in the states and in the Philippines. "

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Since: Apr 12

Location hidden

#152169 Feb 6, 2013
-Skeptic- wrote:
<quoted text>Because you're one of those dishonest lying creationists who haven't yet come to terms with your cult being a fraud.
No that's not it,

Since: Apr 12

Location hidden

#152170 Feb 6, 2013
Thinking wrote:
<quoted text>SB = you're a Sad Bastard (using your Star Trek IV rules)
You don't remember the LDS statement from Star Trek IV?

Since: Apr 12

Location hidden

#152171 Feb 6, 2013
BBSting wrote:
<quoted text>This bona fide braggart was trying to solicit donations for the cause on his own thread. You'd think he'd have enough money from his porn enterprises alone to fund the entire Filipino campaign.
Ohhh I see, he's setting up a scam!

Fitting!

Since: Apr 12

Location hidden

#152172 Feb 6, 2013
madscot wrote:
<quoted text>Yeh, he makes tons of money off you perverted christians.
Are you his book keeper?

Oh I see just another lie from an atheist.
Go figure.

Since: Apr 12

Location hidden

#152173 Feb 6, 2013
scaritual wrote:
<quoted text>You probably blocked out all memories of your childhood after the "priest/pastor sessions".
I don't think so, I remember swimming to the egg just fine.

Since: Mar 11

Lexington, KY

#152174 Feb 6, 2013
No no no no no. There was no reason to share your favorites list with us.

I just pay for the site upkeep and advertising, I have a firm who actually selects and posts new videos and pictures. People like to go and watch free adult entertainment streaming YouTube style to their computer or cell phone and I collect from ad revenue.

Ok I will let you get back to your favorites lost there.
Yankee Yahoo wrote:
<quoted text>
You mean, you make money from thousands of scenes of women being gangbanged, ejaculated on repeatedly, demeaned in infinite ways, with fantasis of rape, and subjugation of women as animals to men that act like animals?
Dude, if YOU don't have a problem with that, then you probably are the problem, and why rape, sex slavery, and rampant objectification of women that feminists complain about is a serious social concern.
Such a huge concern, that even State Atheist nations like Cuba, China, and the former USSR regulated the hell out of it.

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