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Atheist Discrimination In Army

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Atheist Discrimination In Army. Seems like there`s quite a few Evangelical Christians with a not so hidden agenda. Warning: Flame War Inevitable
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schnarre
Male, 30-39, Southern US
 21 Posts
Friday, November 20, 2009 1:56:37 AM
Vid's been removed. *grrrr*

stabbykill
Male, 18-29, Europe
 26 Posts
Thursday, October 16, 2008 7:59:59 PM
planet.

They tell us to open our minds and embrace their religion? I will NOT (including this site) listen to anyone who hasn't at least tried more than one religion. The reason being they have nothing to compare their religion to, and the fact they have such a blind faith (most likely induced by parents, a fear of death, or someone dying i.e. a hope to see them again) and thus makes any attempts at debate with them like talking to a brick wall.

By all means, I know and like many people who follow their own religious beliefs - as a way to better themselves, because they like to think there`s life after death or simply because they enjoy it - and thats great! :)

It`s when people force it upon others, or make them uncomfortable to do so, that makes me DESPISE them as people. I`ve studied the U.S.A. and its religion at University in the UK, and am amazed at the cult-like (think of the Masons) tendencies it`s showing. And hardly anyone even sees it. (expecting rants now)


stabbykill
Male, 18-29, Europe
 26 Posts
Wednesday, October 8, 2008 10:26:14 AM
planet.

They tell us to open our minds and embrace their religion? I will NOT (including this site) listen to anyone who hasn't at least tried more than one religion. The reason being they have nothing to compare their religion to, and the fact they have such a blind faith (most likely induced by parents, a fear of death, or someone dying i.e. a hope to see them again) and thus makes any attempts at debate with them like talking to a brick wall.

By all means, I know and like many people who follow their own religious beliefs - as a way to better themselves, because they like to think there`s life after death or simply because they enjoy it - and thats great! :)

It`s when people force it upon others, or make them uncomfortable to do so, that makes me DESPISE them as people. I`ve studied the U.S.A. and its religion at University in the UK, and am amazed at the cult-like (think of the Masons) tendencies it`s showing. And hardly anyone even sees it. (expecting rants now)


stabbykill
Male, 18-29, Europe
 26 Posts
Sunday, September 21, 2008 3:59:31 AM
planet.

They tell us to open our minds and embrace their religion? I will NOT (including this site) listen to anyone who hasn't at least tried more than one religion. The reason being they have nothing to compare their religion to, and the fact they have such a blind faith (most likely induced by parents, a fear of death, or someone dying i.e. a hope to see them again) and thus makes any attempts at debate with them like talking to a brick wall.

By all means, I know and like many people who follow their own religious beliefs - as a way to better themselves, because they like to think there`s life after death or simply because they enjoy it - and thats great! :)

It`s when people force it upon others, or make them uncomfortable to do so, that makes me DESPISE them as people. I`ve studied the U.S.A. and its religion at University in the UK, and am amazed at the cult-like (think of the Masons) tendencies it`s showing. And hardly anyone even sees it. (expecting rants now)


stabbykill
Male, 18-29, Europe
 26 Posts
Wednesday, September 3, 2008 2:41:40 AM
planet.

They tell us to open our minds and embrace their religion? I will NOT (including this site) listen to anyone who hasn't at least tried more than one religion. The reason being they have nothing to compare their religion to, and the fact they have such a blind faith (most likely induced by parents, a fear of death, or someone dying i.e. a hope to see them again) and thus makes any attempts at debate with them like talking to a brick wall.

By all means, I know and like many people who follow their own religious beliefs - as a way to better themselves, because they like to think there`s life after death or simply because they enjoy it - and thats great! :)

It`s when people force it upon others, or make them uncomfortable to do so, that makes me DESPISE them as people. I`ve studied the U.S.A. and its religion at University in the UK, and am amazed at the cult-like (think of the Masons) tendencies it`s showing. And hardly anyone even sees it. (expecting rants now)


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