http://www.nytimes.com/2013/06/12/world … odayspaper
The only reason i am posting this is to show Russia is not some sort of atheistic state that bans religion.
I wonder how many conservative Christians in the U.S., if they had the power, would pass laws similar to this, since they are perfectly okay with teaching creationism in schools, allowing faculty to lead school prayers, and banning gay marriage.
by thetruthhurts2009 9 years ago
This is the religion of evolution. If you are a Christian find yourself debating an evolutionary atheist you will find all their tactics here, just compare this to everything mark says and you'll get a laugh. Evolutionary thinking did not start with Darwin, it started with Aristotle, who believed...
by janesix 6 years ago
I've come to notice that there are certain traits that religious fanatic share, especially Christians.IrrationallityStubbornnessNot being able to answer a question directlyObnoxious quoting and misquoting the Bible instead of actually answering a questionRegression into namecalling when backed into...
by Claire Evans 6 years ago
It's easy to deconvert to atheism because they are disappointed, hurt or because they have lost their faith due to God making sense. It's harder to suddenly make a rational atheists convert to Christianity, which is faith-based. How does it happen?
by Mark Knowles 8 years ago
It is my contention that the Christian religion (and specifically following Christ) is guaranteed to cause conflict, wars and ill will.As proof - I cite the last 1800 years - including the hubpages forums as evidence. Not only are these forums littered with arguments between atheists and believers,...
by Mick Menous 6 years ago
Let's face it. We ALL know that most atheists are paranoid of religions and that they're in-denial about it. They claim they're the more peaceful people in America when really they're no different from any average radical religious person. They also claim that there has been no crime commited in...
by kirstenblog 8 years ago
I was reading a different thread that got me thinking about the history or religion and that it goes far back into history with many incarnations in different societies. Atheism on the other hand does not seem to have such a strong presence in history. As I understand the societies of say my...
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