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As for doctrine, it has become increasingly obvious that there are definite articles of doctrine that are woven through the faith structure of atheism. They include but are not limited to cannibalism, fatalism, evolution, elitism, and more.

prosperousindividual, Internet Pastor 93 Comments [3/29/2009 8:40:25 AM]
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I'm still wondering about the "faith structure of atheism" with its "definite articles of doctrine". Am I missing something?

3/30/2009 10:56:43 AM


Atheist Kid: "I hate my sister's guts!"

Atheist Parent: "Well, shut up and eat your vegetables."

3/30/2009 11:35:28 AM


You are either lying, or unbelievably ignorant. Which is it?

On second thought, don't bother answering that...

3/30/2009 11:43:13 AM


My Fundie to English dictionary defines "elitism" as, "Having a degree from an accredited institution of higher learning, and an IQ above 60. See, Vanity Colleges for list of exclusions."

3/30/2009 1:34:54 PM

The Amazing Liarbird

Elitism = ?

Fundies have no real definition, but since the other party's presence causes them to be filled with feelings of insecurity, and that's clearly not their fault since they're the ones who have it right, it must be our doing. We're all such horrible dicks.

3/30/2009 2:00:53 PM

The L

Well, shit, I didn't realize my atheist classmate was into cannibalism. She always seemed so...<b><i>normal.</b></i>

3/30/2009 3:51:18 PM


wait, what? faith? it's not a god damn faith already. evolution? elitism? damn, you got me there, but then, being one of the few sane people on the planet does that to you. and cannibalism? well, not very healthy, kinna gross, but if you have to, I dunno, whatever.
and by the way, I'm not sure you know what fatalism means. it's hardly an insult, and your more prone to it than me.

3/30/2009 6:51:13 PM

El Guapo

CrazyHappyNinja FTW.

3/31/2009 7:15:11 AM

As for doctrine, it has become increasingly obvious that there are definite articles of doctrine that are woven through the faith structure of fundy Christians. They include but are not limited to homicide, rape, stalking, arson/bombing, terrorism, and more.
(Fundy Christians have committed ALL of the above against abortion providers or those who dare to disagree with them)

Examples include:

John Salvi
Paul Hill
Clayton Lee Waagner
Michael Griffin
Rochelle (Shelly) Shannon
James Charles Kopp
Army of 'God'
Operation 'Rescue'
National 'Right to Life' Committee
'Pro-Life' Action League

and the list goes on.....

3/31/2009 8:35:21 AM


Only an idiot with a title like "Internet Pastor" would pull something this big out of his ass.

Also. Faith=/= Religion, faith, etc.

Get it through your thick skull already.

3/31/2009 12:44:37 PM


Erm, fatalism? How so? Isn't you guys who keep saying the world's gonna end soon?

I love how someone called "prosperousindividual" is complaining about elitism.

3/31/2009 2:34:48 PM


Cannibalism is an athiest doctrine?

"Hoc est Corpus Christi" mean anything to anyone?

3/31/2009 4:11:25 PM


How dare you imply I'm elitist!

3/31/2009 4:51:13 PM


Atheism doesn't work that way.


"This is my body. Take and eat."


"Jesus will return and give us a new earth, so, no reason to protect this one."


"Christians aren't perfect, just forgiven. And you're all going to hell if you don't believe as we do."


4/2/2009 6:37:25 AM


Fatalism? Predestination is your notion, not ours.
Elitism? Look who's talking.
...Cannibalism? Are you serious? Do you even know what that is? The notion disgusts me, I'd hardly adhere to it.

4/2/2009 1:39:39 PM

Kevin Klaw

For all of you playing the communion card...

As a Christian, I know it is symbolic.

Most Christians know it is symbolic.

That's why it is not cannibalism.

It was never meant to be.

5/9/2009 10:50:26 AM


As an atheist I try to eat human meat at least 3 times a week.

9/14/2009 11:09:42 AM

Dr. Shrinker

@ Kevin Klaw

The Protestant tradition involves the rite of consubstantiation, where the bread and wine are held to be symbolic of the flesh and blood of Jesus. However, the Catholic tradition (the largest Christian denomination in existence) holds to the belief in transubstantiation, wherein the Catholic mass allows the bread and wine to be miraculously made into the literal blood and body of Jesus. The difference is very important, as is indicated by the number of people who have been killed over it.

More importantly though, transubstantiation is a rite of central importance to the Catholic faith. It is held to be exclusive to them as they are the One True Christian Faith (according to their doctrine). To deny the truth of the miracle of transubstantiation is heresy against the Catholic Church. So in response to your post I don't know if most Christians (numerically speaking) understand that the holy communion is not cannibalism. However the largest denomination of Christians in existence relies on it.

9/14/2009 12:50:31 PM

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