These superficial catch phrases are full of contradictions. For example, it sounds like many so called atheists are in reality just agnostics with some kind of axe to grind about formal religion. The statement also sounds a lot like "I believe in God but dislike other believers". So what seems like a funny new catch phrase simply opens a door to more confused quasi atheist/middling agnostic thinking. Do such catch phrases justify wholesale religious intolerance? No.
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To the OP., As in the tirades of many so called "atheists " your rant is but boring , juvenile ,adolescent , Can't sleep at night from the existence of Christianity ? Take a pill or something .
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