Christan Intolerance is Intolerant

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    1. Yeah thats pretty much 100% accurate

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    2. The detail isn’t that fundamentalist christians behave this way (which they do), but just about everyone does in one way or another.

      What reaction do you think I get when I point out to “pro-choice” people that the only meaningful difference between a 3-week-old fetus and a newborn baby is how noisy they are? And sorry, babies don’t have “feelings” or “thoughts” or “emotions”. They’re like phones: they make a lot of noise when anything happens, but they’re not “conscious” about it anymore that my computer is.

      What reaction do you think I get when I point out to “progressives” that all their prejudices against necrophilia, zoophilia, incest, Oedipus complex, and even pedophilia are purely emotional, irrational and based entirely on misconceptions as much as the fundie’s ideas on homosexuality? And by the way, pedophilia does not equal child molestation anymore than being a black male equals rape. (Hint: desires and actions are 2 very different things.) And of course, necrophiliacs and the rest didn’t “choose” to be the way they are anymore than gays and lesbians did, which in the “progressive’s” minds arbitrarily serves to excuses some groups but not others.

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    3. As long there are places where I can kill unwanted babies, I’m fine.

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    4. sehis’s a beicth but I’d fuckeard her make her feelaa beteter baout athesiams cause IAfcuk her gooods

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    5. It’s happened a few times now: Christians have gone to court because they think being hateful is part of their religion, claiming that their religious rights should trump the basic human rights of others.

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    6. Is the nutjob quota especially high in the US? Just askin’, because I study in a Semiar full of Christians and none of them is like the caricatures you guys got over there. I wonder…

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      • Yes, it is – in the Midwest and South we have the “evangelicals”, mostly small town people who have never met a real Jew, Muslim or Gay person. They follow their preachers, even when the preacher directly conflicts with the teachings of Jesus – and they believe their religion is absolute and must someday overtake the world as ordained by God. It is a sin to them not to attempt to convert you. Most are hard-line conservatives, despite the fact that Jesus was clearly described in the Bible as a serious liberal, pacifist and practicing communist.

        I love Bill O’Reilly’s remarks last week – that the Norway bomber couldn’t possibly have been a Christian because nobody who follows Jesus could possibly commit murder – I guess Bill never read about the Crusades, the inquisition, the witch trials, the holocaust or the Papal Wars.

        According to Bill, when a Muslim commits murder in the name of Allah the whole religion is to blame, but when a Christian commits murder in the name of Christ he’s “clearly not a Christian”

        These people have a complete disconnect from reality.

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        • Well, there certainly is a difference between mainstream christianity today and at the times of the crusades / witch hunts / papal wars.
          The problem about all these things: Except for maybe the witch hunts, none of them were purely religious matters (especially not the Spanish Inquisition or the Holocaust), just like modern islamist terrorism. And as soon as politics meddle with religion and religion becomes a vehicle for POLITICAL extremists, this will corrupt the religion. Which brings us to Bill O’Reilly, I guess. You can call me Susan if that guy doesn’t have a strong political agenda mixed into his religious babble.
          Another big problem (that me and my fellow students discuss a lot) is, that discourse about such matters is left to people like Bill O’Reilly, which is partly the fault of us liberal christians. People like Bill are loud and agressive while more moderate and liberal Christians like me tend to keep their religion a private matter. Same goes for a lot of laid-back atheists I know. But that means that religious/non-religious discourse and the public displays of religion and atheism are left to the concrete heads and the nutjobs.

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      • I get the feeling that if their Jesus ever did come back, the US Christian Conservatives and Fundamentalists would immediately nail the poor bugger back up again for being “Too goddam Liberal!”

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    7. Religion is like a penis: It’s fine to have one, but a person doesn’t have to have one to have valid ideas.
      It’s fine to be proud of it, but please don’t whip it out in public and start waving it around. And PLEASE don’t try to shove it down my children’s throats.

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