I Hate It When Religious People Offend Logic and Reason

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    Please Don't Pray For Me

    Please don't pray for me. I wouldn't want you to waste your time. Your right I only have one life that I can know about and so I enjoy it immensely. My moral basis comes from empathy and sympathy for my fellow man. I don't need god to be good. I have found my bliss. I know...
    jfeltes jfeltes
    26-30, M
    Dec 12, 2010


    Morality is not just an obligation equal in importance to the cult or religious obligations of Israel, but that morality is perhaps superior to the cult. The crimes that are denounced as being utterly unacceptable to Yahweh, infuriating Yahweh to the point of destruction of the...
    newnature newnature
    46-50, M
    Apr 9, 2011

    Christian Hypocrisy On Last Day Apocalypse And Being So Equivocal

    I don't know so much that ... 'Faith' and being 'Equivocal' about things. Makes such claims absolutely the 'Truth' and a 'Fact'. I think it is and the means for skewing and manipulating 'Myths' and 'Fantasies' at trying to make others buy into these 'Lies'. I used to be a...
    ChakraSolipsismMGP ChakraSolipsismMGP
    56-60, M
    May 15, 2010

    The ' Anti - Christ ' Has Made Christianity Seem Very Suspicious To Me

    The Greatest thing About Christianity being and appearing to me so ... Suspicious about it being 'Deceptive' is this crazy fail safe that is put on it. Of course now for anybody that finds Christianity worth disputing its Legitimacy's and Ruthless Leaders (That is...
    ChakraSolipsismMGP ChakraSolipsismMGP
    56-60, M
    3 Responses Apr 21, 2010

    Letter To A Christian

    If god was self evident than I would see him but I don't. When you postulate an invisible being you are the one with the burden of proof. I am with lack of a postulation therefore I don't need to prove it. You say where is the evidence that there is no god. Well I look at the sky...
    jfeltes jfeltes
    26-30, M
    9 Responses Dec 12, 2010
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