Well, Then Why Think Atheist?

I don't want this to be a chance for you to tell me what is wrong with the theocratic abscess burrowed; the thorn in your side or the vacant imperfection imposed upon the resident scapegoat. I care not to afford you the opportunity to lick your wounds in my sight or to appease the cultural norms subscribed.

Without the fear on the other side of the fence nor the ruckus in the alley way I want you to tell me what the benefit of an atheist lifestyle is had the social and political majority not absolved you and the necessary protestation of that artificial insemination had manifested itself in hindsight.

In other words, had there been no myth where would you see yourself rather than where would you see yourself in light of it.

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    Pope Beanie

    Hey David,

    At first, I read you as an extremely intelligent, caring guy. Now I see it's more complex than that. The former suits you well. Come back to the bright side! 

    (I know, it's not all bright here, either. But that's life, atm.)

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      Val Wuthrich

      Man became man when he discovered fire and the ability to hunt collectively by using primal language. With the ability to ward off advisories and a diet rich in protein man developed even more time to and intelligence to develop a rich communal language and a system of trade. Along with this came a deep desire to belong to whatever would keep us from harm. It doesn't hurt to have a friendly deity on your side, at least friendly to your tribe! I'm just say in'.
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        Dale Headley

        Seriously!  Are you people really buying into this pretentious, semi-literate b%&&#*@t?  Since his last post, he has not grown the least bit more coherent.  He reminds me of Deepak Chopra.