Quote# 75841

[Obama admits he doesn't know what happens when we die, where the soul resides, or what existed before the Big Bang.]

This is an answer that no Christian could possibly give. It’s an answer that could only be given by someone who does not believe in Christ, his mission, and his teaching. It’s an answer an agnostic could give, an answer an atheist could give, or an answer a spiritual inquirer could give. It’s even an answer a Muslim could give since a Muslim can’t know he’s going to paradise unless he blows up some infidels. But this is not an answer a Christian could give.

Bryan Fischer, Rightly Concerned 65 Comments [9/7/2010 5:52:38 AM]
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At least he showed he's honest. Unlike you liying-for-jeebus idiots.

9/9/2010 1:16:21 PM


Ladies and Gentlemen, that was Bryan Fischer with a tacit admission that honesty is NOT a True Christian (TM) trait. As a special encore, Mr Fischer will now tell a bald-faced lie about the beliefs of one of his sister Abrahamic religions...

9/9/2010 7:26:23 PM

Porky Pine

I wish these guys would make up their minds. Is he a bad Christian or is he a bad Muslim?

9/10/2010 8:24:33 PM

Did Obama actually say that? Good answer, for ONCE.

9/11/2010 10:01:21 AM


NO one "knows". He didn't mention what he "believes". At least he "knows" there's a difference!

9/12/2010 7:41:07 PM

Doubting Thomas

OK then, what happens when we die, where does the soul reside in the human body, and what existed before the Big Bang? If you're a good Christian, you should be able to answer these questions, right?

9/13/2010 10:49:24 AM


Actually, I agree with this guy. The second two, I might forgive, but it takes a very loose definition of Christian to not include the afterlife.

Also, Muslims don't know unless they do X? Well then, they DO know... so... what the hell?

9/24/2010 4:39:39 PM



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10/20/2010 8:34:20 AM

So, Saint Thomas of Aquinas and Mother Theresa are not Christians. Right.

3/9/2011 4:44:23 AM

Quantum Mechanic

That's because xtians are particularly, singularly, breathtakingly ... stupid.

10/10/2011 3:09:09 AM


"This is an answer that no Christian could possibly give"

Because no Christian has died, and come back - with video proof - from a so-called 'afterlife'.

Yet, I know the answer to that question: Nothing.

Which is precisely why you fundies cling onto that safe, fluffy security blankie of psychological delusion you call 'faith'. Because the alternative - complete nerological oblivion - it too terrifying for you to contemplate.

Because you know - even though you're in that river in Egypt - that you will end up exactly like we Atheists, looking like leftover pizza.

Cold, clotted, and stuck to the bottom of a box.

And all because you can't answer this simple question; re. an 'Afterlife', certainly the concept of the 'soul'. Just two simple words that completely annihilates your so-called 'faith', and more than justifies Atheism:

Prove it.

Neurological oblivion - via brain-death through hypoxia - is the one cold, hard, scientific fact of life. The final, and only ultimate truth of reality. The answer to the question you'll never ask. Because you darent ask it with a questioning, nay, critical mind. Because you know it'll completely obliterate everything you've been 'taught' to believe, to accept. Facts annihilate 'faith'. Every time. Thus Science is the belief, and Facts is the faith of we Atheists, Bryan. Facts destroy 'faith'. Deal with it.

10/10/2011 8:34:48 AM


So really it is an answer that no rational human being could give.

10/10/2011 9:13:30 AM

Fucking commie did not claim to know something that no one knows!

11/2/2012 5:41:06 AM


This is Epistemology 101.

7/23/2013 8:29:07 AM


@Quantum Mechanic
Copernicus was a Christian. Are you gonna call him dumb? Now fuck off you little troll. You're ruining our image.

6/27/2014 2:44:30 PM

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