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(Question: When will libs be wise enough to see that ignorance is not bad...?)

it is actually good to be "ignorant" and not be indocritnated into the teachings of this word...for example,the lie of darwin has sent many to hell!it is starting to get exposed by what it is by people you call "creationists".also,the lie of gore aka global warming just also got exposed !in fact it won't be long before the lies of einstein and newton ,and the lie of keynes are exposed for what they are as well !!!

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Come on everyone! Back to the Dark Ages! Wahey!

4/6/2010 4:14:16 AM


Fuck off and go live in a cave, you luddite.

4/6/2010 4:29:07 AM


Kim Il Sung and the Saudi Royal Family also believe in keeping their people ignorant.

4/6/2010 4:34:05 AM

Paschal Wagner

Eppur si muove.

4/6/2010 4:34:17 AM


It is a fortunate thing that I enjoy irony.

4/6/2010 4:39:05 AM

mad the swine


"Newton was a sincere religious believer, who said his discoveries were inspired by God. He devoted more time to the study of Scripture than to science. Newton wrote, "This most beautiful system of the sun, planets, and comets, could only proceed from the counsel and dominion of an intelligent Being... All variety of created objects which represent order and life in the universe could happen only by the willful reasoning of its original Creator, Whom I call the Lord God."


Newton attributed his [scientific] insights to his efforts in translating the Bible: "Amongst the Interpreters of the last age there is scarce one of note who hath not made some discovery worth knowing; and thence seem to gather that God is about opening these mysteries."[2]"

The above is from Conservapaedia. Even the craziest YEC fundies think you go too far in calling Newton a liar.

4/6/2010 4:41:31 AM

Mister Spak

The lies of Newton? You're ignorant of gravity too?

4/6/2010 4:47:38 AM


It's too late for me. You can't really become ignorant, can you? I already know about evolution, global climate change, gravity, social studies, history, etc.
I don't know that much about what Einstein did, but I don't doubt that it is valid and sound.

4/6/2010 4:58:39 AM


Suddenly, it explains soooo much...

4/6/2010 5:12:36 AM


Are the fundies getting even more random with their punctuation lately? I've noticed some using question marks in odd places in the middle of sentences, and now exclamation points scattered like autumn leaves.
The content of the post I will not touch with a ten foot pole.

4/6/2010 5:14:19 AM


Darwin has sent many people to hell
Someone please explain to me why the Origin of Species is such an important issue to those who have never bothered to read it

4/6/2010 5:22:33 AM


Nah, this is definitely Poe. Too many quotations, too many '!' and he denies gravity. Pretty clear-cut if you ask me.

4/6/2010 5:28:55 AM

Doubting Thomas

Yes, the Dark Ages were so great that we should all strive to recreate them today. Let's start by burning scientists at the stake.

4/6/2010 6:15:14 AM


This has to be sarcasm. No sane person would doubt Einstein and Newton.

4/6/2010 6:20:38 AM


Let's go back to a past blacker than anything you can imagine !

4/6/2010 6:24:44 AM


Please be a Poe.

If not, I recommend that you go test some of Newton's "lies" by jumping off the nearest available cliff.

4/6/2010 6:24:48 AM

Doctor Fishcake

"it is actually good to be "ignorant" and not be indocritnated into the teachings of this word"

Freudian typo of the year, so far...

4/6/2010 6:33:10 AM

Rumpshaker Slim

This is what homeschooling does to people.

4/6/2010 6:40:49 AM


"it is actually good to be "ignorant"

'So far as I can remember, there is not one word in the Gospels in praise of intelligence.'

'What is wanted is not the will to believe, but the will to find out, which is the exact opposite.'

-Bertrand Russell

'Cogito ergo sum' (I think, therefore I am)

-Rene Descartes.

Fundamentalist Christianity: psychological lobotomisation.

No thanks. I like to think for myself.

4/6/2010 6:47:12 AM


Question reworded: When will libs become intelligent enough to abandon their intelligence and make the intelligent choice to believe every bible tale with their unintelligence?

4/6/2010 6:52:31 AM


Comments like this cause me to ponder the phrase: "ignorance is bliss". Fundies are the living definition of ignorance but they don't have a blissful bone in their bodies.

/Random musings

4/6/2010 6:59:57 AM

Kinda hard to live in the dark when it's plain that the world is changing.

4/6/2010 7:01:43 AM


Sophomoric poe is sophomoric.

On a side note, I love how the military-industrial conservitards bash John Maynard Keynes while taking with both hands from the economic system he identified. Some of us have noticed who gets the money.

4/6/2010 7:04:01 AM

I read about the afterlife

But, if Darwin's theories were lies -- wouldn't we atheists be ignorant for believing it? And if it's actually good to be "ignorant," we should all believe in evolution! Thanks FJW for saying we shouldn't believe in Christianity.

4/6/2010 7:04:35 AM

Quantum Mechanic

What part of the fact that you have the IQ of lint makes me a "lib?"

4/6/2010 7:06:16 AM

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