Okay, maybe not a showdown, persay, but still awesome...
I went to Taco Bell today because I was hungry and wanted to try the new XXL Chalupa (for the record, it is fucking awesome).
Anyways, it was pretty busy. The store itself was pretty full (I was getting my food to go, though, so I wasn't looking for a seat). Luckily, there was only one guy in front of me. There was a 6-person family in front of him, but they had already started ordering when I got in line. 4 other people… Continue
Added by Nathan Hevenstone on November 10, 2010 at 9:47pm —
Added by Vonnie Girl on November 8, 2010 at 1:17am —
Welcome to the third installment in what is sure to be a lengthy response to the claims and arguments made in the popular Christian iPhone app for debaters and apologists, called Fast Facts
In the first two parts, as well as this one, I will be tackling the section of the app under the "Challenges and Tactics" category. There are so many counter-arguments to supposedly popular claims and challenges, and so much to say about most of them, that… Continue
Added by Yet Another Atheist on September 21, 2010 at 2:30pm —
I got my first hate mail recently. It made me smile ;)
"your a terrible person so you are nothing but a pile of s**t!! you ignorant used your common sense! better shut up, you will never succeed. You have no right to say that god is evil, immoral, Continue
immature, sadistic, unjust, egocentric, genocidal, racist and
Are you talking about yourself? Do you know what comes out to our dirty mouth describe who you…
Added by Raithie on July 5, 2010 at 7:30am —
Today, the Texas State Board of Education voted on curriculum standards of social studies for the Texan public school system. As I am sure most of you are aware, these standards will affect many other states as publishers will often tailor textbooks specifically to meet Texan requirements. This vote followed several days of debate as final amendments were proposed.
Cynthia Dunbar, one of the strongest voices for the SBOE's conservative voting block, decided that a nice, long… Continue
Added by Shine on May 21, 2010 at 9:30pm —
My mom works at a nursing home caring for seniors. She works in a diverse environment- ethnically and culturally. Although she is excellent at her job, her English isn't very good and she does not know how to use the computer. So what she does is whenever she is asked for an email address, she provides mine and I'm perfectly fine with it- so long as they don't spam me and especially so if they do not spam with me religious bullshit.
But it finally… Continue
Added by Chetan D on May 17, 2010 at 1:16am —
Added by Sarah Trachtenberg on May 6, 2010 at 2:59pm —
I've been writing this series over on my blog http://AngietheAntiTheist.blogspot.com I've put this passage in it's entirety here, and the links for comments on this post, and follow-up posts in the series, are provided at the end.
Looking at "The Woman's Role in the Home" by Christian homeschooling mother Rachel Harkins makes me want to wash out my eyes with bleach. Or acid.
I enjoy coming up with acrostics… Continue
Added by Angie the Anti-Theist on January 27, 2010 at 8:14pm —
I'm a Christian. Ya'll hate me. I get it. But, while I'm here, I hope to bridge the gap a little between us. I don't plan on converting you or anything ridiculous like that. I don't have the time and let's face it, you don't want to listen anyways. Rather, I prefer to show you that not all of us are lunatics.
So, for starters, here's an example of something "logical" that we can relate on. Not ALL Christians believe in a young earth. In fact, the idea to me is rather silly. I like to… Continue
Added by Altis Fosteson on January 6, 2010 at 1:55am —
My entire life I belonged to a church; even as an infant the indoctrination had begun. For the first 22 years of my life, I missed scarcely over 2 dozen church services. I attended youth functions, summer camps, and other various church activities. I grew up in a small town surrounded by family and friends who were all believers to varying degree's. In school I had heard evolution mentioned once, maybe twice and even then it was only a mention without explanation. Through the years I had a few… Continue
Added by Mr Good Without God on January 4, 2010 at 9:26pm —
Ok, my first blog post. (sorry if I messed up my writing, not to good with english)
To begin, I live in a small town, where most people are catholics, but now days young people barely practice there religion, so they really don't give if I'm an atheist or not, there cool with it, sometimes shocked but not to make a big deal out of it. As some should now, we shouldn't care what others think about us, but what happends when the person that has a wrong idea about you is your… Continue
Added by Edwin on January 2, 2010 at 1:09pm —
fun quotes from a religious forum. Some are short and sweet, straight to the point.
The bold is the name of the topic, the italics are the message inside the topic.
Atheists are you brain damaged?
Atheists are you brain damaged?
Agnostics and atheists are immoral and amoral Bastards
Agnostics and atheists are immoral and amoral Bastards who do not deserve any respect whatsover, true?
Added by Desirai on December 18, 2009 at 1:47pm —
For the last 15 years, I have classified myself as "Christian". From birth to about ten years old, I was a Catholic, then I converted to being Baptist until I was fifteen. As a Catholic, I felt nothing but shame that I was too poor to go to Catholic school, and I hated being in the heathenish Public School. I read my Bible, praying for a better life.
I met a friend in the fourth grade, and she shared the gospel with me. At age nine. In Public School. I went to her church, read her… Continue
Added by Samantha J. on November 26, 2009 at 10:19pm —
I sent my former coworker another email today in response to the one that he sent me yesterday that i posted here as well. I will just copy and paste the email. The comments in the * are mine and added when i sent the email.
Of course I posted this thread here:
were the comments that I… Continue
Added by Matthew on November 19, 2009 at 8:44pm —
The following conversation is real. It was held with an acquaintance of mine via Facebook. I'm Jared. I decided to leave her spelling errors for effect. Also, I now realize that it's 42 virgins, not 7, but the point was made.
are you religous?
have you always been?
have you always been christian?
i was a baptist
Added by FluoCantus on November 6, 2009 at 8:18pm —
There are a handful of major anchors that establish the TRUTH to a christians faith. In these deconversion routines, we look at many of them. Today, I want to look at a really big one. Heaven.
Before I go into heaven, it is important to understand that heaven is not about what you might think. It is about security. It is about having a safe, secure, comfortable home. Surrounded by people like them, like other people they know and love. It is a place that they can wrap around… Continue
Added by JackRussell8888 on October 28, 2009 at 9:24am —
This is from my blog at http://jackrussell8888.blogspot.com
Ready to fry some Christian's brains.
I love de-converting folks. Remember, the most powerful and fastest way to deconvert is not to argue, but to agree, but mess with their minds. Especially, to get them thinking and having to go directly to the bible themselves. Remember, the bible is the biggest ally is getting a deconversion to happen.
Ask 99% of… Continue
Added by JackRussell8888 on October 27, 2009 at 7:23pm —
Want to have some fun deconverting christians. *** from my blog at http://jackrussell8888.blogspot.com
This is a fun one. Zombies are a critical part of the christian faith, but something they don't talk about much. I think you should talk with them about it.
This is my fifth article on the fun ways to help Christians deconvert.
I will first restate my basic premises for my deconversion system.
1. People did… Continue
Added by JackRussell8888 on October 27, 2009 at 7:20pm —
In a story from The MailOnline
, a group of British MPs is pushing to remove references to Christianty from the constitutions of its territories.
For example, the constitution of the Cayman Islands makes the assertion in its preamble that it is a "God-fearing country based on traditional Christian values, tolerant of other religions and… Continue
Added by Nix Manes on October 18, 2009 at 8:03pm —
I wrote an article
against Kissimmee Florida’s City Council’s attempt to put “In God We Trust” on their city seal. The day after the article was written the Kissimmee City Council decided to quash the motion and their attempt to make their town a mini theocracy ended. A few days later, a man from Georgetown, Texas named Dave Atkinson wrote me a series of emails on the… Continue
Added by LaRae Meadows on August 24, 2009 at 2:30am —