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Why is it more comfortable to make things up about people of Different beliefs?


There have been a rash of questions and answers lately from people (mainly self professing Christians) asking why atheists hate God, etc. Rather than listening to what atheists day and explain about themselves and how they view the world, it seems that some believers would rather make blatant assumptions and outright lies about atheists, becoming argumentative when an answer doesn't seem to be what they want to hear. I've seen some atheists do the same. Why ask a question if you just want to argue with whatever answer doesn't line up with your views or simply invent lies about others?

 

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    Julie McFarland (JMcFarland) 2 years ago

    I agree. I think that if a person defines hatred as anything that disagrees or opposes their view, it's a very narrow and troublesome definition that can lead to unnecessary conflict.


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    Warren Samu (thegecko) 21 months ago

    Ridiculous! I like to keep all the comments on my Hubs. Makes more money that way ;)

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    Julie McFarland (JMcFarland) 2 years ago

    Your definition is incorrect. Without gods, not the assertion that there is no God. The test of your answer is an irrelevant appeal to ignorance. This is not an open forum for apologetics gymnastics.


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