What are the MAIN STEREOTYPES that people have of Atheists ?
1. They have no morals. (It's not enough to obey laws and be kind.)
2. They're tools of the devil. (Even though they don't believe in him)
3. Untrustworthy - Anyone who doesn't fear God is capable of anything.
4. They're going to hell. If they won't convert avoid associating with them.
5. They have never read anything in the bible or attended church.
6. The demand for separation of church & state is an attack on religion.
That they must hate God, or lived a horrible life, and that they have no business existing on this Earth and there is definitely a believe that they are condemned people....
by Claire Evans18 months ago
We hear often of atheists claiming that have looked for evidence of God but can find none but what would convince them? How do they go about investigating? How do they expect believers to prove it to them when it can...
by Michael Ward4 years ago
How do you feel about the stereotyping of beliefs?For example whenever an atheist like me does something wrong it somehow manages to reflect on atheists as a whole, not just me as a person. Whenever a catholic does...
by Julianna6 years ago
Lately I have been noticing that many of us have an addiction to the religious threads. Although I am Christian why do we believe we have to argue about religion? Shouldn't we be embracing those, who are non-believers...
by KingdomCome18 months ago
The Kingdom of God was the main focus of Christ's ministry, so why do clergies avoid this subject?The Kindom of God was the main focus of Jesus Christ's ministry while He was on earth. So why do most church clergies...
by Grace Marguerite Williams2 years ago
What are the main misperceptions that religionists have about Atheists and/or Agnostics?
by Jason Menayan7 years ago
Not trying to be glib. I just read an interesting commencement address made by the late David Foster Wallace (Infinite Jest) and was struck by this excerpt:Thoughts? (The entire address is worth reading, if you have the...
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