posted on Nov, 14 2013 @ 07:13 PM
I feel left out. Ignored and neglected. I can’t find an atheist to debate the finer points of Taoism with me. Or any Dharmic religion for that
matter. None of them seem to know anything about it. All they want to talk about is Christianity. And many of them do know a lot about Christianity,
albeit academically and not experientially. I’ll give them that.
agreed... I have been saying this for years, and I have come to the conclusion that atheists just can't, ya know... keep it up
, a good
argument or debate that is.
things have changed on ATS, maybe it's the new format who knows? but it's not like the good ole days before atheism was deemed a religious belief
and an institution having their own Mega-Churches now. Their attitude blends a strong dose of hypocrisy with a weak blend of "soft-satanism" and I
say satanism because they are only interested in Christians and bullying this certain group of people. Which is really odd because most atheists are
from the Christianized world, the actual philosophy which built their civilization and allows them to be the supposed free-thinkers they believe they
They must have skipped the part in the Bible where God gives humankind freewill? The attitude of most atheists is akin to a child screaming at their
parent in Walmart because they want candy, or they want o do what they want to do without oversight, regret or limitation.
Sometimes they are just outright silly... I was watching one of Richard Dawkins' skits and he said "go read a book by a biologist" and I instantly
got some comic relief. He is always plugging the word "book" and most of the time it is one of his own... because you know he too needs to make
But what Dawkins doesn't seem to understand is that ok man I'll read one of your books, but I will not pay for it... he doesn't seem to understand
that is I re-read that book of his in 100 year time then all of his words will see so elementary and outdated. But on the other hand how long has the
"free" Bible been around? People are still reading the Bible in mass numbers and on a global scale, but the philosophy remains intriguing and light
awesome book totally... happened to be the first book ever printed too.