Just wondering why self acclaimed atheists are always the most active and most outspoken in matters relating to God and religion.
Meaning that if it is a two-sided discussion they are on the other side from you? If you wish to have a discussion with religious people that has a starting assumption that Gods exists you only need to say so.
Didn't mention 'discussion'. And am not religious!
Well then I simply disagree with your premise. The people going on and on about religion do not seem to me to be atheists.
But do you believe in a God? You mentioned religion and God in your opening statement.
the term self acclaimed is kind of strange. what does it actually mean ? i'm an athiest because there is no god so am i self acclaimed?the reason i post on religious subjects is because to me religion has weakened humans and caused more damage then good throughout history. we don't need religion, we need to believe in each other.
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