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Originally posted by undo
reply to post by pirhanna
define religious nut, thanks
(this should prove interesting)
Originally posted by reticledc
All I see is a defiant sneer in the general direction of religious believers and figure.s, all for the reason of grabbing attention.
Promotion of their cause is no different that what the church does these days.
So why call attention and why not just get on with their lives.
I smell alterior motivation and something hidden masquerading as atheism.
Originally posted by airspoon
While I totally support their right to be atheists, I think they are wrong to make a joke of it. Two wrongs don't make a right. I am not religious myself but for those who want to be, they should have every right to do so, just as atheists should. I also believe that parents should have every right to baptize their children, if they see fit to do so. If you are an atheist, then being baptized as a child shouldn't bother them, as they don't believe in the first place.
With that being said, I do however find their de-baptizing efforts to be hilarious. I just don't think that they are going about it in the right way, a way in which better acceptance will be afforded to their movement. You should pick your battles and remember that the world isn't fair.
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Originally posted by Def Youth
Atheists have become the self-righteous know-it-all morons they pretend to rail against so valiantly. What's next? An atheist bible? Gimme a break.