posted on Dec, 10 2012 @ 10:44 AM
Originally posted by Onewhoknowsjesus
For as much time as half of you "I don't believe in anything type's" spend belly aching about how Jesus Christ is not real or Christians are
evil,judging,people......one might think all you supposed Atheist/devil peeps/science worshipers are some how bothered by what you do not believe
in?......hmmmmmm interesting.Why for the love of common sense and a lucrative mind do you insist on making joke's,or attempting to put people down
who believe something that stands for good or have moral scrutiny?I for one,if i do not believe in something Im not going to waste time out of my life
bashing on it....it makes all of you who do it...and you know who you are....look very stupid.And btw if this world is run by a dark devil god
thingy.......I am without a doubt it hates all of you....lol peace out dummies
I am only "anti-christian" in the sense that Christians label anything unlike themselves as "anti-christian". As far as I'm concerned, though, I
am far from anti-christian. And it's because
of my respect for their religion that I ask Christians the following questions:
If Christians truly espoused brotherly love, charity, and social responsibility without pushing hateful laws that pass judgement and restrict equal
rights, do you think atheists would still pick on you?
If Christians came together and uniformly condemned all
military actions and withdrew their blind support for them and preached tolerance, do
you think Atheists would still pick on you?
The people who pick on Christians are the ones who are reminded daily that adherents to your religion have no love for them and they also know that
the only thing keeping Christians from executing everybody else is social evolution... which contemporary Christianity is constantly working to
Unfortunately, even if you are a Christian who thinks for himself, you have a violent history of hate behind your faith and you will be stigmatized by
a large percentage of people your religion deems to be "of the devil".
I always defend Christians when they are simply trying to practice their beliefs and not the beliefs of the corporate church structure but, at the
same time, it's not so hard to understand why being associated with a group that is all about reforming others can draw the fire of those who are
most often judged by you.