Wednesday, June 30, 2010 6:34:13 AM
All the religious people in the comments here saying that there are far too many atheist posts on IAB... why do you all never seem to complain about there being too many posts about fat people? or ugly people? or ones showing people falling over? or any of the other posts that are laughing and poking fun at someone else? (and they *are* funny.... but it is laughing AT them, not with them)
you just don't like the fun being poked at you rather than someone else who you don`t mind being the butt of the joke?
it`s not really fair to be laughing and pointing the finger at others if you can`t take a bit of poo being thrown your own way every now and again is it?
Monday, June 14, 2010 10:33:07 AM
Although I make my best not to push Atheism on anyone, I see it as a big big big big problem with a lot of Atheists, pushing their disbelief on people. I think, when kept to one's self, religion is a beautiful thing to have, helps make you a better person when applied correctly and all...
The problems never lie in belief, it`s when the beliefs get taken too far and are pushed into people`s faces, then the problems start.
Monday, June 14, 2010 10:30:35 AM
Good point PayN8tention. Except I am an Atheist not because I know God doesn't exist, but because I do not believe in the possibility of the existence of a Deity creating worlds out of nothing, observing everyone and doing nothing. I also believe the scientific explanations as being MUCH more likely than creationism.
Sunday, June 13, 2010 9:31:48 PM
I'm a confident agnostic, which I think is more tolerable than most any other confident religious person could be. I`m actually quite passionate about being agnostic. I don`t know how I got here. That`s liberating.
You know what, I don`t think anyone truly knows how we got here, and for people to argue the contrary strikes me as ignorant. That`s not to say I`m not ignorant because agnostic means I am admitting my ignorance, but its others who are ignorant for denying their ignorance. Do ya follow me?