Just so you all know now , Atheists do not give to charity or build hospitals or orphanages. You don't see Atheists sacrificing to help the needy.  

 

Only Christians do this.  Christians build hospitals to help children and those who suffer.  

 

From the mouth of my Pastor.  He is a follower of God so he must be correct ... correct?  

 

Discuss.  Links to stats and evidence would be great :)

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Yeah, because I don't advertise for the Nonbelievers Giving Aid fund on my blog or anything.

Try this:

http://thegreatrealization.wordpress.com/2007/06/05/worlds-largest-...

Any Google search brings up a ton of Atheist humanitarian names.
don't tell that to bill gates.

@Dustin you could do a Bart Simpson next week in church http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-4QnVoH8omw&feature=related

Better than the christian side hugging !!

Guy sounds more like a pasture give what he's obviously full of.
Damned lie.

Pfft , I give to the heart foundation (i hope i wrote that right) every month here in the netherlands and when the cancer foundation asks for a donation i always give generous.

They do alot of good work, in fact i wish we could give the entire military budged to these kinds of foundations.

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 "Religions are like pills, which must be swallowed whole without chewing."

GRRRRRRRRRRRR, i can't edit my post even though there is plenty of time..... FINE...i'll do it like this then.

generous  = generously - budged = budget.

i hate it when i can't change my typo's

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