I'm active on a few sites and there seems to be a few truths. One is that many atheists were at one time religionists. The ones that were once religionists seem to think that they have a monopoly on escaping religion. Their path out is the only way to escape religion. It's not unlike AA members. You must follow these 12 steps and keeping coming back because it works. Much like AA isn't THE way (or statistically, a way) there are many paths out of religion.
I make arguments against… Continue
Added by Gaytor on May 26, 2011 at 11:13am —
First off, very little of this will be in my own words, but in the words of Sam Harris. This is basically a transcript of the opening speech that Sam gave in a debate about religion. I know that if I tried I could not put it more beautifully, simply or more elegantly than he did. If I was tempted to call anything the poetry of rational arguments, this would be it. Continue
Please don’t view this as an attack on what you believe – it’s not meant to be mean spirited. Picture as you read this,…
Added by Aaron LaBrash on May 12, 2011 at 3:40pm —
If Christianity is correct, why did the God of the bible have so many contradictions to the teachings of his son, but yet you can say that Judaism is incorrect, which is a little ridiculous considering they follow the bible more closely?
You might say that they interpret it differently then you do, but how can you explain the stories in the bible describing how the Jews where God's chosen people, before the coming of Jesus!?
...more to come.
Added by Jon Heim on September 9, 2010 at 3:48pm —
The Cosmological Argument is an argument for the existence of god using the Cosmos as evidence. I don’t think these arguments are very convincing but they are one of the strongest arguments for the existence of god due to our lack of understanding about the origins of the Universe, especially when compared to our knowledge of evolution when discussing the Argument from Design.
Humans are answer seeking animals and we often find it more satisfying to have an answer than to not have… Continue
Added by Francis Thomas on June 4, 2010 at 6:39pm —
I got in an argument over homosexuality and it's "sinfullness" with a Christian on youtube: ( http://www.youtube.com/comment_servlet?all_comments&v=hA78IEN6Dog
). So I decided to post it for anyone who's bored enough to read it. Unlike my argument with Dave Harrison, I was a little more rude in this one.
Sorry, the order the comments came in is kinda messed up.… Continue
Added by Craig Nomazlab on February 5, 2010 at 9:43pm —
Adriana put up an excellent vid
on Intelligent Design. It's not getting attention likely to the title because it's so absurd. The absurdity lends to the great speech that goes on within. I used this vid this morning as bait on Facebook and tested the waters of a new direction in the ID debate. Call it the religion that it is, and use that to wedge out Christians.
Many of us have heard of the… Continue
Added by Gaytor on January 26, 2010 at 12:30am —
I previously posted an argument between me and Dave Harrisson on a Facebook poll. The epic argument continues.
Dave Harrisson: Dave Harrison: Satan has killed billions. Do Hitler, Mao, Stalin, and Osama Bin Laden (just to name a few) ring a bell. That also includes those that killed in the name of Jesus. They bought the lie and had nothing to do with "true Christianity". And then EVERYBODY who he lied to about who is responsible for the very evil you accuse God of, that died without… Continue
Added by Craig Nomazlab on December 14, 2009 at 7:05pm —
I found this comment on a Facebook poll titled: "Do atheists actually believe they can convince people to convert to their beliefs via facebook polls?"
Feel free to suggest what I should have said or if he had a point I should've listened to.
Dave Harrisson: It seems to me that some atheists use these polls to belittle Christians. They think they have all the answers and that because some men say that God doesn't exist, that we should all just say... Okay,… Continue
Added by Craig Nomazlab on December 12, 2009 at 6:46pm —