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Why are Atheist so incredibly angry?

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  • They see religion as an attack
  • They fear for their rights
  • They are fighting for truth
  • Bad experience with religion
  • They want attention
  • They are really bored
  • They want to spread stupidity
  • The Devil is working them
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Writing in Paradise

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dink wrote:
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Yummy!
Wait, your not talking about that IMAGINARY meat, are you?
Pfft, you got me. I got it from a christian, which means it only exists in his head.

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skeleton christ wrote:
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What idiot told you this? A preacher? Makes sense. Why are humans designed to believe in a higher power. Show me some evidence of your claim.
Here's why atheists are angry:
1) People think we're not true Americans even if we've lived in America all our lives.
2) State contitutions dicriminate against us.
3) People(Chisstians mostly) Keep telling us we're going to hell or trying to convert us
4) We have to listen to religious zealots push their religion on us, and when we say something back they say that we're opprssing them and disrespecting their beliefs.
If that doesn't make someone angry, I don't know what will.
Quite right,,

spiritual people shouldn't be making people angry, and I can say they're not.

Psuedo religious pretenders spouting off their morals have nothing to do with the God of peace.

when you agree with them , you make them worse, they conform you even more.

They are doing the Gospel a great injustice.
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Jun 6, 2008
 
Horizon wrote:
A child makes his first essays of cruelty upon the weakest and most defenceless parts of the animal creation: from thence he proceeds, as his strength and powers of cruelty increase, to attack the stronger and more formidable: last of all, after having been thus trained in a regular exercise of savageness, he falls upon his own species. When the Boy has been accustomed to contemplate with pleasure the cries and writhings of tortured animals, what better can be expected of the Man, than that he should feel an enjoyment in the sufferings of human beings? Cruelty, like all other vices, is progressive and ingenious; it calls continually for stronger gratifications, and is driven upon refined methods of satisfying its cravings.
What a cohesive line of logic.
The execution of the thought line is flawless in its evolution.

Where did you cut and paste this from?
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skeleton christ wrote:
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Here's why atheists are angry:
1) People think we're not true Americans even if we've lived in America all our lives.
2) State contitutions dicriminate against us.
3) People(Chisstians mostly) Keep telling us we're going to hell or trying to convert us
4) We have to listen to religious zealots push their religion on us, and when we say something back they say that we're opprssing them and disrespecting their beliefs.
If that doesn't make someone angry, I don't know what will.
Well, well, well!
Welcome to the United States of America,
a Representative Republic founded on Christian Principles.
In God we trust, God Bless America, one Nation under God.

You always have the option of relocating to an atheist state, North Korea for example.
I'm sure that would do wonders for your anger about not fitting in.

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dink wrote:
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See, now my impression has been quite different. I've seen what I would consider mean, close minded Christians, but most of the anger seems to come from the non believers. Go figure.
We each have our experiences and perspectives, no?

If you had to put your finger on a cause, what would you say that this anger is typically focused towards, or in response to?

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Hal wrote:
Their angry because they cant feel or understand God's love. Sucks to be them...
Which god is that?

How are you sure that you're feeling what you think you're feeling?

It could just be gas.

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Idi O Syncrasy wrote:
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Well, well, well!
Welcome to the United States of America,
a Representative Republic founded on Christian Principles.
In God we trust, God Bless America, one Nation under God.
You always have the option of relocating to an atheist state, North Korea for example.
I'm sure that would do wonders for your anger about not fitting in.
North Korea isn't atheist. It's a necocracy, worshiping the dead father of the current president.

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hinamanu wrote:
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People simply blame Christians for the Catholic menace.
Now there's an oxymoron for ya.

(not you, of course, the statement)

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Janine for Truth wrote:
tHuman beings are designed to believe in a higher power.
Can I see some design specs, or did you just pick that up along the way?

:p

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Idi O Syncrasy wrote:
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That would be good, as man does not live by bread alone.
Now you're going to tell us about the man-flesh eating and blood drinking part, aren't you?

I'll just have the grilled cheese sandwich, please.

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Idi O Syncrasy wrote:
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Well, well, well!
Welcome to the United States of America,
a Representative Republic founded on Christian Principles.
In God we trust, God Bless America, one Nation under God.
You always have the option of relocating to an atheist state, North Korea for example.
I'm sure that would do wonders for your anger about not fitting in.
No thanks, we'll deal with the problem here. Only a portion of it is yours, the rest belongs to everyone else.

Can you get me one of those cool little shot glasses?
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Xcntrik InVidor wrote:
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Can you get me one of those cool little shot glasses?
Maybe you'll have better luck with that than the pony.
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North Korea isn't atheist. It's a necocracy, worshiping the dead father of the current president.
If you think Kim Ill Chung I, or whatever his name is, is a god, the you're right.
Otherwise, I am right.
North Korea is an atheistic nation.
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Xcntrik InVidor wrote:
I'll just have the grilled cheese sandwich, please.
WHAT!?!
Where's the Beef?
Meat, it's what's for dinner.

You haven't gone Seventh Day Adventist on me when I wasn't looking, have you?
I know how wacky that fundamentalism can get in Texas.
I listened to the radio once, while I exceeded the speed limit to get the Sam Hill out of the third largest state.
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Idi O Syncrasy wrote:
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If you think Kim Ill Chung I, or whatever his name is, is a god, the you're right.
Otherwise, I am right.
North Korea is an atheistic nation.
North Koreans are taught to pray to and worship that dead man and thank him for providing for them. That means they're not atheists. In fact, it makes them almost identical to christians.
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Xcntrik InVidor wrote:
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No thanks, we'll deal with the problem here. Only a portion of it is yours, the rest belongs to everyone else.{/QUOTE]
Well, I'll do my share, you can have yours.
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Can you get me one of those cool little shot glasses?
Actually, those are for ceremonial purposes.
Don't inquire into the nature.
As we say in the Knights of Columbus,
"If I told you, I'd have to baptize you."LOL
Surely you appreciate the humor in that.
It always gets a big laugh at the pancake breakfasts.

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My experience with Atheists (which is very limited) is they are mislead to the word of the lord. They haven't been properly educated, therefore they have no faith. Usually their parents never took them to church, or never read them the Bible or did anything on the religous side with them, so they are confused.
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Writing in Paradise wrote:
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North Koreans are taught to pray to and worship that dead man and thank him for providing for them. That means they're not atheists. In fact, it makes them almost identical to christians.
Yeahh, RIGHT!
Wrong dead guy.
Still a dead guy.
No miracles of record or legend.
(Just look at N.Korea for proof)
No resurrection.
No promise for the future of mankind.
No worldwide best seling book published about him and his mission statement.
No, Not like Christianity at all, are your eyes getting as blurry as your mind?
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Idi O Syncrasy wrote:
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Actually, those are for ceremonial purposes.
Don't inquire into the nature.
As we say in the Knights of Columbus,
"If I told you, I'd have to baptize you."LOL
Surely you appreciate the humor in that.
It always gets a big laugh at the pancake breakfasts.
Why do christians always assume that non-christians don't understand christianity? It's a child's religion. You can learn everything about it in a week.
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My experience with Atheists (which is very limited) is they are mislead to the word of the lord. They haven't been properly educated, therefore they have no faith. Usually their parents never took them to church, or never read them the Bible or did anything on the religous side with them, so they are confused.
With the sheer amount of errors in your post, it's amusing that you'd call ANYONE uneducated.

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