The other day someone posted a picture on my Facebook page. It was a poorly drawn image of Jesus with a little girl with no hair, presumably on chemo. The text with the image was "type Heal if you…Continue
"No answer for you Angela, I gave up asking that question Years ago. Why do they seem to want to push their myths on kids? To add support to their own delusions, I guess. To take individual rights away from children. Strange how a country like the…"
"Why do you believe that religion should merit uncritical acceptance ? Is it because you believe that religious belief is not harmful . i offer you the entirety of recorded history to counter that claim . If people believed the world was flat , and…"
"Eva, that's brilliant! "Bullet stays in" Haha
I think god works in "mischievous" ways.
John. I get a lot of this too, on Facebook.
We know believers believe in god, and some in Jesus.
But what gets me is this. How many…"
The other day someone posted a picture on my Facebook page. It was a poorly drawn image of Jesus with a little girl with no hair, presumably on chemo. The text with the image was "type Heal if you agree" there were thousands upon thousands of likes and comments so out of curiosity I had a look. Low and behold, page after page after page of the word "Heal". Unlike atheist posts where you tend to see all kinds of supporting and dissenting views, all there was to see was the word that was asked…See More
"Interesting how by dismissing evolution they just simply skip over the entire fossil record and modern geology. The argument is simply, "science says that it proves things are true by testing and repeating experiments. The author can't…"
"All we can do is keep exposing the irrationality that is religion, electronic media is a great place to get this message out. I raised my son to think for himself, to reason. Everyone who knows me, knows I'm an atheist including my very…"
"In reality I've been an atheist since I was 14, forty years ago. I came to that decision on my own after taking classes at our church. Their lessons back fired, they just gave me proof that it was totally irrational to believe. I only became…"
Born into a Christian family who are still staunch believers. I realized at age 13 that it was nonsense. I asked my mother if I could quit and to her credit she told me to take and pass confirmation classes and if I still felt that way I could quit. I never looked back.
In a Relationship
Why are you here?
Supporting a secular world view
The religion you left
Why you left your religion.
I realized it was a badly written fairy tale and that the majority of its followers ignored the majority of it.
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