Is there a particular or any reason for them to anticipate? Why don't they create something to enrich there knowledge instead of criticizing or showing believer's down?
I wonder why the religious on this site keep on asking the same questions.
They anticipate a rational explanation for belief in things obviously imagined. Or maybe they anticipate an intelligent conversation on the reason anyone would be crazy enough to take the Bible literally.
I'm with you though. I see no reason to continue to anticipate either of those scenarios playing out. But, what can you do? Those atheists are just eternal optimists. You gotta love'em.
That comment convinced me that you haven't graduated kindergarden yet.
I KNOW that you don't know that your 2 questions made absolutely no sense except maybe to a pentacostal who speaks in tongues.
There are no "atheists."
After reading your comment, I don't expect you to understand that proclamation.
The do enrich their knowledge, all the time. Are you asking that question because believers do not enrich their knowledge and would rather be left alone with their ignorance?
The term I would use to describe it:
any gratification gained from pain or deprivation inflicted or imposed on oneself;
a tendency to take pleasure from one's own suffering;
This old thread again?
I wonder when religionists are going to come up with something not scraped out of their "good book" myself.
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