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Why do you think Atheists argue against something they don't believe in?


Is it rational to argue against a belief that you don't ascribe to? Why would my personal belief impact someone with different beliefs. Can denying someone a right to believe be considered normal.

 

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    Chaplain Bernell Wesley (CertifiedHandy) 4 years ago

    @junk why not just ignore them and their "imaginary beliefs"? No one can be an authority in your life unless you allow them to. When you allow others to impact your life with their beliefs you are saying that they have power over you.


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    JThomp42 4 years ago

    Those who claim to do bad in the name of God are hypocrites. Plain and simple.


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    JThomp42 4 years ago

    What does this accomplish? Christians are only trying to help those who are lost to accept Christ as their "Personal" savior. Shouldn't you leave it personal between the two people? Why do you feel you are on a crusade against God. What tells u this?


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Why do Atheists argue with the faithful? (a response to CertifiedHandy's question)

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    Dan Barfield 4 years ago

    This is inaccurate I'm afraid. It is increasingly the case that the majority of Atheists are born and raised in secular families with no religeious indoctrination whatsoever. In Europe at least, this is largely the case.


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    getitrite 4 years ago

    And this is why your beliefs cause such hatred. How insulting.


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