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Hey Deadbeat here (guess the name was taken). for the record, I think ID is silly, but this film does highlight as I said, the Atheistic bias in science and education. Atheists are busily running around claiming God is somehow proven not to exist, and like Dawkins, trying to claim that religious training of your own children is abuse. That is purely ridiculous, and in America flatly unconstitutional.

And the Seventh Circuit court did rule that Atheism is Equivalent to a religion.

deadbeat (yupperheckyeah), FSTDT comments section 5 Comments [4/30/2008 6:23:32 AM]
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LordJiro

Fundies are running around claiming God is somehow proven *to* exist. Atheists do, indeed, claim he doesn't, but mostly because of the *lack* of proof of his existence, not proof of non-existence. Scientists, meanwhile, claim, accurately, that God, as a supernatural entity, is irrelevant to the study of the natural world. And religious training is, in many cases, child abuse: Teaching a kid that blood transfusions are sinful, for example. Or that women exist for the purpose of popping out babies, and are inferior to men. (I'm willing to bet that a massive majority of wife-beaters are religious). Or that you can essentially do *anything*, and, as long as you decide you love Jeebus on your death-bed, you're going to heaven (See many fundies' reaction to Jeffrey Dahmer). Or that gay people, transgendered people, and 'followers' of other alternative lifestyles are evil and deserving of harassment, abuse, and often murder.

5/7/2008 8:13:43 AM

LordJiro

Fundies are running around claiming God is somehow proven *to* exist. Atheists do, indeed, claim he doesn't, but mostly because of the *lack* of proof of his existence, not proof of non-existence. Scientists, meanwhile, claim, accurately, that God, as a supernatural entity, is irrelevant to the study of the natural world. And religious training is, in many cases, child abuse: Teaching a kid that blood transfusions are sinful, for example. Or that women exist for the purpose of popping out babies, and are inferior to men. (I'm willing to bet that a massive majority of wife-beaters are religious). Or that you can essentially do *anything*, and, as long as you decide you love Jeebus on your death-bed, you're going to heaven (See many fundies' reaction to Jeffrey Dahmer). Or that gay people, transgendered people, and 'followers' of other alternative lifestyles are evil and deserving of harassment, abuse, and often murder.

Edit: friggin double post

5/7/2008 8:13:46 AM

Yog-Sothoth


5/30/2008 9:03:24 PM

aaa

*Groan*

5/30/2008 9:10:09 PM

Agahnim

Free speech is unconstitutional? And Dawkins isn't American anyway.

10/5/2011 1:24:46 PM
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