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Atheism and Agnosticism... Begins with Doubts...

Damaged emotions... rejection, trauma, or lack of love in early life
Obliterated trust... no confidence in authority figures
Unrealistic expectations... faulty thinking about God and religion
Buried belief... no all-powerful God of love
Twisted truth... significance comes from what I do
Seared consciences... calloused to the touch of God

... and Ends with Denial!

"Hope for the Heart", Hope for the Heart Ministries 84 Comments [11/22/2011 6:31:59 AM]
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Submitted By: Wykked Wytch

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It appears that I am d-d-ddamagedddd..d.d.d.dd.


Ah much better.
I see the posion now.
Its Religion.

C-c-c-c-combo breaker

11/24/2011 5:12:53 AM


Oh look, we've got ourselves another troll (after I annihilated out previous one, Troll/Poe/Nuts4Life).

With a name like 'Noman', he's so far in his closet, he's frolicking gaily with Aslan & Tumnus, whilst carrying artworks by Tom of Finland.

And that's fact, not an opinion.

Normans? Remember what we Englishmen did to the Froggies at Agincourt. Thus:

The phrase 'Cheese-eating Surrender Monkeys'. It exists for a reason.

11/24/2011 9:12:43 AM


@ Norman:

You're excused. I've been called far worse. I was called a Methodist for years ....

@ Anon-e-moose:

Now that you mention it, I do remember hearing that quote. Before I ever heard it, I was already asking this question:

If God is this all-powerful force in the universe, why does the idea of God require so much SELLING?

I wish I had the gift for sound bites.

11/24/2011 5:04:51 PM



As our troll here claims:


"You are all homosexuals"

Then, by his/her/it's own logic, as (Sub)Normal's comment is here in FSTDT, thus by definition all, and by (Sub)Normal's logic, ergo...!

'(Sub)Normal'? More like (Sub)Human, amirite?! >:D

11/25/2011 10:53:34 AM


"Atheism and Agnosticism... Begins with Doubts..."

"... and Ends with Denial!"

(emphasis added):

'And if there were a God, I think it very unlikely that he would have such an uneasy vanity as to be offended by those who doubt his existence.'

'The trouble with the world is that the stupid are cocksure and the intelligent are full of doubt.'

-Bertrand Russell

...oh, and if 'Atheism and Agnosticism Begins with Doubts and Ends with Denial', then it'd be 'Doubtsatheism and Agnosticismdenial'.

Just give the professors, scholars, academics, etymologists & lexicographers at the Oxford English Dictionary a call, re. these new words...:

...they could do with a good laugh.

[/pedantic] [/smartarse]

11/25/2011 12:32:03 PM


God I hate forced acronyms.

All the same, here's a forced acronym for you fundies out there to take to heart:

Fundamentalism... it's a disease of the mind!
Understand... the world is far too complex to be totally encompassed by your black and white morality!
Careful... your idiotic presuppositions are showing!
Keep reading your Bible... maybe someday you'll get to the part with that Jesus guy who's actually nice to people!
Yes... the world is a few billions years old!
Oops... it's kind of blasphemous to treat the words of men as the Word of God!
Use a condom... save us all from your retarded brainwashed progeny!

Just remember these helpful tips any time you even think about opening your mouth to express an opinion and you too might come to enlightenment!

11/25/2011 5:12:46 PM


You're excused. I've been called far worse. I was called a Methodist for years ....

Yeah, them's fightin' words.

11/26/2011 12:54:55 AM

Poetry doesn't make it necessarily right.

11/26/2011 10:51:18 AM


ah, doubt.

the greatest virtue of humanity.

4/11/2012 3:03:30 AM

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