Quote# 33000

You all gave me enough points to make a few assumptions (not conclusion). Regardless of how many times you try to prove that Athiest isn't a religion. There are a few things you should realize by now. I lost count on how many times you all mentioned "Athiest do not have a set of religious belief or practice"

Doesn't that imply that "Athiest are people who do not believe in following a set of rules and practise" ? Again, "Athiest do not believe in the existance of God". If you look at this statement closely you will realise this .

"Athiest are people who believe that there is no God". Notice how this contrarary happens when we least notice it?

If you perform or live a life believing in what you believe. which is there is no god. Than it would eventually evolve when everyone who shares the same believe that there is no good. SO basically it becomes a "religion" because more then 1 person shares the same feeling and believe .

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Ferrous Patella


Was is it with Fundies and blindly following rules?

("i before e.....")

1/22/2008 5:14:12 AM


A religion is presented as truth, and it is not a set of beliefs. It is one idea that there is no higher being.

1/27/2008 2:24:34 AM


Atheism isn't a religion, its a relationship (with reality).

1/27/2008 2:26:41 AM

Quantum Mechanic

And not collecting stamps is a hobby.
Got it.


10/14/2011 12:04:35 PM

Quantum Mechanic

Not collecting stamps is my hobby.

1/18/2012 11:14:20 AM


Yes, we believe that there is no God. That's it. Sum total of atheism (not athiesm) in a nutshell.

Why dou fundies keep adding all sorts of padding to that simple definition? For people with small minds, they sure find it hard to grasp so basic a concept.

1/18/2012 11:51:37 AM


I do not believe there is no god, I say there is no reason to believe in god. I will believe if you prove me wrong.

12/11/2014 5:37:46 AM

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