Friday, October 8, 2010

I Am Bathed in the Blood of the Innocent

(h/t) to Joe-ay

Here it is, proof that the mean atheists are picking on the Christians. Or, you know, not.

Atheist do more than Attack Christians, but they lie by saying that faith in Christ is the same as the world's religions, i.e, Islam, Catholicism, Eastern religions.

Yes, actually, Christianity is the same as any other religion. I know, I know, "it's a relationship" or "but it's true and they're all lies!", but no, religion is religion to the nonreligious.

Atheists post blogs with the intent to criticize faith and belief in God.

Yes. Yes, we do. Thanks for noticing. You post blogs criticizing atheists. Your point would be?

Religion, Hitchens writes, is "violent, irrational, intolerant, allied to racism and tribalism and bigotry, invested in ignorance and hostile to free inquiry, contemptuous of women and coercive toward children." Channeling the anti-supernatural spiri

Yes, it ends just like that. I'm not sure what he's trying to say, but I do agree with Hitch.

Like other social animals, Man lives and abides by the rules and regulations that serves best for his community or his tribe: Murder, for example, sows fear and disrupts the community, and is not to be employed unless a threat exists from within and

And again. I've no idea what his point is with these random, unfinished quotes.

The truth about [atheists] is that they contradict themselves in a lot of what they claim to believe. This is evident in their interviews and debates. Another thing about them is that they use the constitution which defines freedom of speech, Civil and human rights to promote their Atheism, but as a strategy to persuading the U.S. government to actually re-define the constitution, thus, making America an 'Atheist State.'

"Atheism" and "atheist" shouldn't be capitalized unless it appears at the beginning of a sentence. Secondly, yes, not all atheists hold the exact same beliefs and ideas. We're an unorganized community, not an army. Ideas, goals and beliefs vary widely from one atheist to the next. This is not a contradiction because no one atheist can speak for more than her or himself.

Beyond that, there are hundreds of different types of Christianity, all of which disagree, sometimes quite violently, with each other. If disagreement in a community means the ideals of that community are wrong, then Christianity is a lie. You might want to pick another example.

The first Atheist: The 5th-century BCE Greek philosopher Diagoras is known as the "firstatheist."

No he's not. That's just silly. As long as there have been human beings, there have been atheists, and human being existed before 2500 years ago. Also, why did he use "BCE" instead of "BC"? Weird. Christians get all foamy at the mouth about BCE normally.

They (Atheists) have been running bus campaigns, promoting their websites, video blogging, debating believers of the faith (Christians mainly), winning their way into office through political campaign elections, broadcasting their own talk shows, and having their books published, via advertisements and promotion.

So . . . we've been doing exactly what you guys have been doing. Oh, but it's okay if you're a Christian! If you're an atheist, well . . .

These people are not ignorant, and in fact, are intelligent instruments of the devil. Evil comes in many forms, in the form of intelligence, education, Science, public figures . . .

So, apparently good comes in the form of stupidity, ignorance and superstition. I can't imagine why he thinks that sounds attractive.

This ends, btw, with a list of atheist movements I've never heard of, a strange artist's representation of the Big Bang and a portrait of Madalyn Murray O'Hair. No, I have no idea why.

Well, I'm going back to the cabal meeting. I don't want to miss out on the baby chips and tears of orphans salsa.


  1. It’s from HubPages. I think it’s essentially a bunch of random, anti-atheism crap stitched together (and none too neatly, as you’ve observed) and plastered on the site. Not very convincing, even as an attack against atheists.

    (PS: Proper way to credit someone is to add a linky. ;-))

  2. We have meetings? I'll bring the beer. (Or does saying that violate the Atheist Agenda?)

  3. It's Cursed Beer of Iniquity -3, in case anyone was wondering.

    Why is it that the more fringe elements of religion always sound like a bad LARP, anyway?

  4. No, no, bring your beer, Michael. Just make sure other beverages are available, or else that’s gustatory discrimination, which is prohibited by Godless Covenant rules.

  5. Hahaha. Awesome. I love tears of orphans salsa. Can I come?

  6. I thought you were linkyed. (Well, you were, just the wrong linky.) Fixed!

  7. I first read this in my RSS reader and found no linky, hence why I brought it up. Danke.

  8. The feed does that sometimes. I follow some blogs on RSS only because I don't want to give the blogger pageviews, but sometimes I have to in order to access the links.

  9. Diagoras of Melos is called the first atheist because he is the first recorded outspoken atheist. It is agreed that there were atheists before him but we don't have any writings on them.

  10. Actually we do have.
    Ajita Kesakambali, founder of Carvaka, lived in the 6th Century BC.
    So did Payasi, another atheist that both the Buddhists and the Jains have Sutras about.

    Don't expect any christain to know this though.

  11. I’m pretty confidant that atheists have existed for equally as long as religion/theism itself has. There must always have been at least one person who responded to the proposed concept of gods and dogma with a little “lolwut?”. It’s just that the historical documents that survive through history to this day tend to reflect upon cultures in general, which were majoritarily theistic, hence why atheists seem to vanish in early human history.

    Just my take on it.

  12. i don't have anything really to add - except one of the first "proofs" that atheists are "trying to destroy religion" was a link to a HS student's post about being discriminated against bcuz he's an atheist - the writer of the anti-atheist BS said [paraphrase] "this is proof! this boy is protesting being forced to listen to religion at a RELIGIOUS SCHOOL" - which is a LIE [PUBLIC school] and makes me wonder if the writer had even fucking BOTHERED to read the link s/he provided?!


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