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Why I’m no longer a Christian

Christians reeeeeeeeeeeeeeealy suck.  (Mar 6, 2015 | post #470601)

Atheism

The Consequences of Atheism

The consequences of atheism: Education Enlightenment Freedom from spiritual slavery Feel free to add to the list  (Mar 6, 2015 | post #878)

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Why I’m no longer a Christian

Gut Stomper wrote: <quoted text> Oh, and Liam R is trying hard to get his personal message across... on... TOPIX! BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAI'm buying you a beer. Welcome to the madhouse!  (May 7, 2013 | post #460095)

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Why I’m no longer a Christian

Liam R wrote: <quoted text>Jesus died for pissing off the Romans. End of storyI'm starting to kind of like you. ;)  (May 7, 2013 | post #460094)

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Why I’m no longer a Christian

The only thing you ever get is a fingerful of your own a$$ when it tears through the toilet paper.  (May 7, 2013 | post #460093)

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Why I’m no longer a Christian

What do you care? You're too busy trying to check out women's pubic hair.  (May 7, 2013 | post #460092)

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Why I’m no longer a Christian

Don't bogart that joint, my friend...  (May 7, 2013 | post #460091)

Pagan/Wiccan

Do you believe Wiccans and other Pagans are still being d...

With Fred Phelps types of christians running around, I don't hold out much hope for wiccans, witches and other pagans ever being widely accepted. Two thousand years of anti-pagan propaganda is a lot of momentum to fight against.  (Apr 7, 2013 | post #4)

Pagan/Wiccan

Two Caldwell women launch 'Wicca 101' course

From the article: "Some within the faith have claimed it’s the fastest-growing religion in the United States, but there’s no solid evidence to back that up. The Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life, which collects data on the religious makeup of the United States, includes Wicca within the “other world religions” category, which constitutes less than .3 percent of the nation’s faithful. Reliable estimates of the specific number of Wiccans in the U.S. aren’t available, according to the Pew Research Center." This could very well be on account of a lot of fear among the various Pagan groups, who even in the early 21st century, could suffer repercussions from members of the Bible Belt.  (Apr 7, 2013 | post #2)

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