God Prefers Athiests

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    34 Responses to God Prefers Athiests

    1. As a fervant atheist, I approve.

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    2. As a hamburger in a toaster, I also approve.

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    3. As a pickle in a quesadilla maker, I continue this trend of approval

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    4. As God on Earth, I approve.

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    5. as a guy who is in a rastafarian religion i totally aprove

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    6. The people in the comic all look terribly ill.

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    7. As a thoughtful person, who knows people do stupid irrational things regardless of them being religious or not, I do not approve.

      What a pile of bullshit.

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    8. @dieAntagonista: The point is, they’re not blaming God for it or asking God to fix it. :p
      In before ( or possibly slightly after ) the over-sensitive Christians with a persecution complex.

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    9. As a terribly ill comic individual who’s not actually ill but appears so, I approve of your approvals, but do not actually approve of that which you have approved.

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    10. I approve of your approval of their approval but do no approve of anyone who approves extending this chain of approvals any further, unless they approve of a proof proving the nutritional benefits of prunes.

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    11. @Tyger42: See, poor assumptions. Because I’m not a Christian.
      And I know what the point is, it just so happens that I think it’s a really bad point.
      People always find a reason to feel as though they’re not responsible for their own problems, atheist or not.

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    12. I’m in Boca Raton right now… it’s down off of Yamato Rd…. It’s Very nice… beach access too..

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    13. @dieAntagonista: Yes, it’s called externalizing your problems. Like the small group of women who want to outlaw porn because they can’t find a husband. They don’t want to admit they’re the source of their problems. And I’m sure some of them are christian and some are Athiests.

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    14. I by the way, am not an Atheist. I just hate christians. Well, just the ones that don’t act Christ-like.

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    15. @dieAntagonista: See the word “possibly”. Look it up in dictionary. Take your snark about “assumptions” and shove it up your ass now that you’re educated on your own mistake.
      And, yes, atheists find reasons to pass off accountability. But at least their reason isn’t a scary invisible man in the clouds. It seems religious types are MORE prone than most to scapegoating, but I acknowledge that it certainly isn’t exclusive to them by a long shot.

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    16. In before people being self righteous.

      Shit, sorry, why am I always late for everything, gorramit.

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    17. As an atheist and former devout Catholic (gotta brainwash them while they’re young!) I really like the third panel. The idea that you have to fear repercussions from something external to not do something bad says a lot about a person. Especially the idea that even the law isn’t enough.

      Still, even atheists will find excuses to go to war or to not lose weight. Probably less often by a small margin, but still…

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    18. @AlecDalek:
      Yeah or fat people blaming it on genetics.

      @Tyger42:

      Gee, relax bro. I think you’re the over-sensitive one here. Now if the reason for people doing dumb stuff is an invisible sky daddy or something else is pretty irrelevant. Dumb is dumb.
      There are enough logical and good reasons why atheists are better in certain aspects than theists. Only this one is mostly used by idiotic atheists, sorry.

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    19. @Paul_Is_Drunk:

      I agree. I went to a private catholic school, and every time someone would tell me, “you don’t want to go to hell, do you?” I wanted to eat their brains.
      Such dishonesty, it’s disgusting.

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    20. To me, it doesn’t matter if you’re christian, muslim, or atheist, you’re like a referee that only counts the goals of one team. In my experience, if you truly keep yourself open to all possibilities, you find that none of them make complete sense. They all sorta just cancel each other out. So I just believe in whatever I can’t disprove. And I try hard to disprove everything.

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    21. Geeze, some people are getting waaay too butthurt over this…

      Great comic… Alec- soo true about that kind of dishonesty, as a former Catholic schoolgirl myself… I hated the place I went to, but I do know several very nice Catholics.

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    22. this really could have been a great “random item in a misplaced setting, I approve” thread, but people who think their silly opinions on silly stuff that has no bearing on reality ruined it. Good show on the approval chain however- I. . .appreciated it?

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    23. All the panels have the atheist saying the wrong thing. For example, in the third panel he’s REALLY saying: “See, this land has resources that would make my life better, and since this is the only life there is, we’d better exterminate the inhabitants so that my life is slightly better.”

      Just because you don’t believe in god doesn’t automatically make you a better person.

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    24. Meh. Theist, Agnostic, Atheist, same difference. One blames a deity/deities, the next doesn’t who to blame, and the others just blame everyone else…

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    25. Religion arguments : to long, didn’t read.

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    26. As an awful bitch, I approve, too.

      Christianity = Bullshit.

      The world existed long before Judaism, the founding branch of what would become Christianity and Islam.

      That’s proof enough that the religion and it’s respective parts are BULLSHIT. Seriously, one’s gotta love that homosexuality has existed longer then the religions that hate it.

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    27. As the last poster, I approve of the comic, but disapprove of the generalizations it makes.

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    28. @NoOneInParticular: Just because you believe in God, it doesn’t automatically make you a better person.

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    29. @awfulintentions: That’s quite profound. I’m sure there are millions of gay people that lived and died before anyone decided Jesus (or any other religious figure) hates them.

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    30. Anyone who is so against Christianity (or really, any other “religion”) that they fight to prove their opinion of it’s being “bullshit,” are no better than the biggest, bible-thumping, sunday morning baptist preacher that they are so strongly against.

      Atheists – The biggest group of hypocrites on the planet. A “religion” based on hating organized….religion…
      If you all look at this comic, and truly believe that every christian is like this, then you are more shallow minded and naieve than I gave you credit for.

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