Atheism – Good Enough For These Idiots

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    Pants
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    I almost was offended.

    Caio
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    Mark Twain – Cynical of organized religion. But religious and in no way an atheist. Believed in God. Proud of his presbyterian upbringing. Einstein – Had a spiritual leaning. Not an atheist in the strict Dawkinite sense, but he didn’t believe in a human-like god. Guess what? Neither do many tribal religions in Canada. Ben Franklin – Very very sceptical of organized religion and Christianity. None the less, never stopped speaking of reverence for his creator. “I never doubted, for instance, the existence of the Deity; that He made the world, and governed it by His providence; that the most… Read more »

    Caio
    Member

    Lincoln… I am looking for evidence that he was an atheist, but I’m having a very, very hard time finding any. I’m not an expert on the man, but someone is going to have to provide me solid proof that contradicts this: “In regard to this great book (the bible), I have but to say, it is the best gift God has given to man. All the good the Saviour gave to the world was communicated through this book. But for it we could not know right from wrong. All things most desirable for man’s welfare, here and hereafter, are… Read more »

    Caio
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    Richard Dawkins: Invented the word “meme”. General asshole. Whoop-de-fucking-doo.

    Hemingway: An hero to atheists everywhere

    Hey, three out of eight ain’t bad.

    Caio
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    BY THE FUCKING WAY I’LL HAVE YOU KNOW ATHEISM IS *FACT BASED*

    Pants
    Member

    You got trapped.

    And you did a bunch of work during too.

    *clap*

    Only one clap for you, I’m afraid.

    Supernaut
    Member

    Any religion or belief in things like god, the easter bunny, and such is tragic and dangerous. Let reason rule!

    Caio
    Member

    Supemaut, I’ve yet to see a hard atheist say something reasonable.

    Gary Generic
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    Gary Generic

    They forgot my favorites: Robert Green Ingersoll and Mother Theresa.

    TGGeko
    Member

    this pict fails.

    Beleive me, I love God, I just can’t stand his fan clubs sometimes.

    Caio
    Member

    Bizarrely enough, Mother Teresa would have been more appropriate than half these guys.

    tormato
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    That’s not Dawkins in the picture, its Carl Sagan, an atheist.

    Einstein, an atheist who hated the fact that religious types used his quotes to justify their god.

    Jefferson was a deist.

    The common thread is their dislike of organized religion

    Ben1605
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    Atheism is just as bad as religion, you have no proof for the non-existence of God, just as religious people have no proof for the existence of God.

    Agnosticism ftw.

    tiki god
    Admin

    @Caio

    soft atheist? hard atheist? why are you being penises into the situation?

    Atheist : there is now god
    Soft Atheist Agnostic : there might not be a god
    Hard AtheistAtheist : there definately no god.

    natedog
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    Einstein on Spirituality and Science: “Science without religion is lame. Religion without science is blind.” “The finest emotion of which we are capable is the mystic emotion. Herein lies the germ of all art and all true science. Anyone to whom this feeling is alien, who is no longer capable of wonderment and lives in a state of fear is a dead man. To know that what is impenetrable for us really exists and manifests itself as the highest wisdom and the most radiant beauty, whose gross forms alone are intelligible to our poor faculties – this knowledge, this feeling… Read more »

    Mack
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    Tiki god

    Sorry to have to correct you but your definition of Atheism is teh wrong

    Atheism: There is the possibility of a god, but I personally don’t believe there is one.

    Mack
    Member

    Also faggots just because something is complicated does not mean it was designed. It just happened.

    You can be amazed at natural beauty without believing it was designed by some guy with a beard, yaknow.

    Kelzoth
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    Kelzoth

    @Natedog: Your selection of quotes seem to imply that Einstein was a theist… He was actually more of a pantheist (universe = god, not a god/gods creating anything) than anything, which is very different from what most people think about when they think about religion. Quotes: “The religion of the future will be a cosmic religion. [b]It should transcend personal God and avoid dogma and theology.[/b] Covering both the natural and the spiritual, [b]it should be based on a religious sense arising from the experience of all things natural and spiritual as a meaningful unity.[/b] Buddhism answers this description. If… Read more »

    Kelzoth
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    Kelzoth

    Crap, I messed up the bolding..

    Oh well.

    natedog
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    i was just saying he was not an atheist

    The Matrix: Rebooted
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    None of this really matters. If you make up your mind about an issue because of what a famous person thinks, you’re stupid. Doesn’t matter if the famous person is Paris Hilton or Albert Einstein. Appeal to authority is always a logical fallacy.

    cloudmerchant
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    (facepalm)

    EVIL ILLUMINATI
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    Franklin, Jefferson and Lincoln are all bad examples, they were Freemasons and Luciferians.
    Darwin is the grandfather of Eugenics, a mass murdering fuck. Einstein is a poster boy imposter, not to be trusted. I don’t even care to recogonize the rest of the faces.

    There is a God, Atheists too bad.
    Not many people seem to understand God though, so questioning religious doctrine is great.

    gor
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    Look at the big brain on reboot! That’s probable the smartest thing anyone so far has said here.

    suicydking
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    Ben1605, the Church of the FSM would like to thank you for that statement.
    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flying_Spaghetti_Monster

    howsyoursister
    Member

    Opinions….assholes….draw your own conclusions.

    nyoki
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    Religion and its terminology is so pervasive that it is nearly impossible to describe anything of importance w/out using religious terms. I do it all the time; it helps me explain what I mean w/out having to twist my tongue into knots. There are times when I have to make it clear that use of such terminology does not imply my belief in any religion or the existence of any kind of God. For many philosophers, when they wrote their essays, treatises, etc…they purposely put in religious ideas so their books wouldn’t be banned (Descartes comes to mind). But the… Read more »

    mini-schnauzer
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    So let me get this straight. Someone posts up a Photoshopped pic (albeit bad rendition) of people who said person claims are bonifide atheists, yet under examination, the only true atheist in the traditional sense was Earnest Hemmingway who was in a continuous state of drunkeness and blew his fucking brains out.

    Hmm….

    Thrella
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    Thrella

    Who cares? They’re dead now and no one gives a shit about what they thought, only what they did. Quit being a puss fighting about religion and go actually change the world instead, then come back and see if we care what you think.

    TrikYodz
    Member

    INTENSE!

    TrikYodz
    Member

    whose top left?

    TrikYodz
    Member

    i mean right
    i know that one guy is hemming way
    who is opposite?

    TrikYodz
    Member

    *FUCK
    i mean hemmingway

    The Matrix: Rebooted
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    @Trik
    As tomato said, its Carl Sagan.
    @Ben1605
    Which type of agnosticism? Agnostic means a lack of knowledge. There’s weak agnostic: that I, personally, do not know if there is a god. Which is kind of a cop-out. Then there’s strong agnostic: that the question of god is fundamentally unknowable by anyone. Which needs to have some pretty strong philosophical reasoning to support.

    Exacerbate
    Member

    There’s a possibility of a giant atomic bomb buried under the surface of mars, but we all know it’s not there. Same goes for God.

    natedog
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    there are way moar reasons to believe that God is real than to believe a human invention is buried in the martian soil

    Exacerbate
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    Why?

    outofocus
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    I am technically an atheist but I almost hate admitting it because there are so many “atheists” out there who act like assholes… and so many theists who react to the label like it’s a bad word I’ve spoken intentionally to victimize them. Their insecurities in their faith have nothing to do with atheists and it irritates me whenever they dump their issues on me… so I tend to bite my tongue. I don’t think that we are advanced enough scientifically or even as a race to be able to prove much of anything. Arguing about it is pointless because… Read more »

    Mack
    Member

    I AM ALL MIGHTY AND ALL POWERFUL YET CANNOT INTEREFERE OR HELP YOU IN ANY WAY WHATSOEVER

    YEAH MAKES SENSE

    Paul_Is_Drunk
    Member

    Thomas Jefferson,
    “Question with boldness even the existence of a god; because if there be one he must approve of the homage of reason more than that of blindfolded fear.”

    Proof that ‘theists’ just use any mention of God to prove a hollow point:

    www.nobeliefs.com/jefferson.htm

    I contend that we are all atheists, I just believe in one less god than most of you.

    Throoper
    Member

    Natedog, I have a question for you, if simply for the purposes of playing devils advocate: Can you name 1 reason for believing in God beyond the fact that your parents or some other authority figure has told you He exists?

    unclejeffie
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    unclejeffie

    Love the poster.

    Caio
    Member

    Einstein, an atheist who hated the fact that religious types used his quotes to justify their god…. The common thread is their dislike of organized religion” Einstein liked organized Judaism, even though he wasn’t an adherent. A distrust of organized religion does not mean atheism, you ignorant fuck. The vast majority of religious people on earth have not been under an organized structure. East Asia doesn’t have the concept, Africa never had the concept before the arrival of Islam. In the Americas, the closest thing to organized religion, in central America, was far from dogmatic or standardized. And of course… Read more »

    Caio
    Member

    I’d also like to point out that not all christians fall under the veil of organized religion. Quakers aren’t strictly organized, and they don’t have dogma. Many of the smaller anabaptists sects have dogma but their level or organization is debatable. By tomato’s fucktard definition, that means even a lot of Christians are Atheists.

    nyoki
    Member

    I’m an atheist (gnostic, whatever you want to call it, both work for me) the same way most of the world is religious. I was brought up that way. Every once in a while I get a notion that maybe, just maybe, there is a deity of some sort. I just can’t hold onto it. None of us (bro’s and sis’s) were baptized, brought to any church growing up or taught about any particular religion. We also weren’t taught that religion (or belief in any deity) is stupid, silly, misguided or even wrong. We didn’t believe, others do. There’s no… Read more »

    natedog
    Member

    throoper, i can do that. i don’t base my belief in a creator on just blind faith and a reading of scripture. *irreducible complexity *the role of observation in quantum mechanics *the big bang *the non-biblical evidence of the ressurrection of jesus *how information is not held in the physical object, but its arrangement *spacetime and the need for a non-physical dimension from which the physical sprang *the beauty of mathematics and fractals *the fossil record and all the holes evolution fails to fill when people try to make it account for the origin of life. evolution happens; things change… Read more »

    Throoper
    Member

    Actually Natedog, I appreciate your reasons, and your response. I simply find myself most of the time, involved in discussions where people are loyal to their view or stance for no particular reason, but doggedly reiterating the same argument over and over. As I said, I do mostly play devils advocate. In some ways, I am like my college logic professor: I care less about what you think and more about whether or not you can back it up with any kind of reasoning.

    natedog
    Member

    awesome. and i may be totally wrong and a redneck hillbilly retard for my views, but i try to see it my own way instead of all the spoonfed bullshit. i find alot of value in the bible, but i think it is really ironic that people essentially deify it and make it out like it is something that has an intrinsic power that can save them all by its lonesome. they idolize it; which is funny because it says not to have any idols or whatever. people refuse to see any imperfections in the bible, when if they’d just… Read more »

    natedog
    Member

    also, why does Darwin have such a yellow head in this picture?

    hairytick
    Member
    hairytick

    I don’t think that any of these gentlemen would have a problem with being lumped together.



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