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What makes the more traditional & fundamentalist religionists fear the atheist/agnostic? WHAT


are THEY afraid of?

 

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    Austinstar 2 years ago

    Thanks for the Best Answer vote. I have just reached the age where I am unable to tolerate scams of any kind. And it's so obvious to me that religion is the biggest scam ever perpetrated on the human race. We'd do better to worship dogs than "gods".

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    Steven Jerome (theman6007) 2 years ago

    You are being judged every day, Jesus said that a person is judged by every idle word that proceeds from his mouth. Historical events cannot be fully ascertained. So we don't really know


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    Austinstar 2 years ago

    What exactly are 'they' being 'saved' from? Humans live and they die, just like any other animal. The "burning pit of Hell" is an IMAGINARY place! Being "born into sin" is IMAGINARY. There is no NEED to be "SAVED" from anything.


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    teamrn 2 years ago

    We tend to fear what we don't understand and if fundsmentalists haven't learned the reasons an agnostic or atheist believes what they do, they'll not have "kumbaya". moments,

    .That said, it works both ways! Annie


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