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Anonymous 08/29/2018 (Wed) 17:20:54 [Preview] No. 18458
Religion in America:

Step 1 : Do something to piss off other people and do it in the name of religion and religious freedom.

Step 2 : Get told you can't do that.

Step 3 : Whine and complain about how christians are oppressed.

Seriously, this shit is just a broken record over the last 100 years.

Anonymous 08/29/2018 (Wed) 17:39:51 [Preview] No.18460 del
Must you keep posting new threads about the same issue? No matter what your always being schooled.

Under the constitution you have the right to practice what you believe unless you break the laws or force others into your religious cult. Follow the laws, mind your own beeswax and everything will be OK. Break the laws and there is a possibility you'll be caught and thrown in prison. This includes the atheists: mind your own damn affairs and you'll be left alone.

Where I come form there is a key rule that goes for EVERYONE: if you don't like people pointing their fingers at you, then keep to yourself and mind your own affairs. If you come up and instigate a fight, someone else is going to finish that damn fight for you and you'll be in a world of hurt. So mind your own affairs.

Anonymous 08/29/2018 (Wed) 17:47:34 [Preview] No.18461 del
>Do something to piss off other people
(aka hurting someone's feelings?)

Thats not exactly against the law itself. You can call people names, thats not against the law. You can bully people, that MIGHT be (potentially harassment if it gets out of control). But offending someone or hurting their feelings is not against any law and it should stay that way.

Assaulting someone, vandalizing something, looting, raping, killing, rioting... all that is against the law and rightfully so because it goes far beyond hurting someone's feelings.

Anonymous 08/29/2018 (Wed) 20:29:00 [Preview] No.18468 del
Can this be your last religious thread? Because I'm about to backup all the others and start reposting what I've already stated a million times if this repetitive cycle continues.

Anonymous 08/31/2018 (Fri) 20:36:06 [Preview] No.18545 del
A 34-year-old man has filed an $800,000 lawsuit against a Albany construction company, claiming the owner fired him after he refused to attend weekly Bible study.

Ryan Coleman’s lawsuit states that he discovered only after he was hired as a painter for Dahled Up Construction that the job entailed more than just fixing up homes. According to Coleman and his lawsuit, owner Joel Dahl told him all employees were required to partake in regular Bible study sessions led by a Christian pastor during the work day, while on the clock.

Coleman told Dahl that the requirement was illegal, but Dahl wouldn’t budge, according to the lawsuit. In order to keep his job, Coleman obliged for nearly six months but ultimately told Dahl he couldn’t go, the suit says.

“I said ‘I’ve kept an open mind, and it’s just not my thing.’ And he said, ‘Well, I’m going to have to replace you,'” Coleman told The Oregonian/OregonLive.

“He said ‘You’re not going to tell me how to run my own company,’” Coleman continued. “I said ‘I’m not trying to tell you how to run your own company, but you’re not going to tell me what god to pray to.’”

Coleman said his religious beliefs are indigenous: He’s half Caucasian and half Native American, with Cherokee and Blackfoot heritage.

Coleman worked for the small construction company from October 2017 to this past April, when he was fired, the suit states.

“This is so illegal,” said Corinne Schram, a Portland attorney representing Coleman. “Unless you are a religious organization like a church, you cannot force your employees to participate in religious activities.”

Dahl's Albany attorney, Kent Hickam, doesn't dispute that Dahl requires all of his employees to attend Bible study, but says it’s legal because Dahl pays them to attend.

“Mr. Dahl feels that it’s unfortunate that he (Coleman) is now trying to exploit Mr. Dahl’s honorable intentions for unjustified financial gain,” Hickman said.


Anonymous 09/01/2018 (Sat) 00:29:41 [Preview] No.18549 del
Doubt tell me what to do christcuk.
I have never seen you make a good argument, but somehow you'll ignore all the evidence churches are corrupt.


Anonymous 09/01/2018 (Sat) 14:03:54 [Preview] No.18573 del
THIS I disagree with. A company does NOT have the right to force a religion upon someone else. They should apologize and re-hire this guy. I 100% agree with everyone's concerns with this.

Anonymous 09/01/2018 (Sat) 14:06:34 [Preview] No.18574 del
Most religious institutions are corrupted. That doesn't mean that religion itself is bad. Just like having a corrupt government, it doesn't mean that government itself is bad.

People need to understand humans are corruptible by nature (greed) and its not just one group. What needs to be done is arresting those who have been corrupted. That is the common sense solution.

Anonymous 09/01/2018 (Sat) 22:49:16 [Preview] No.18575 del
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The ideas themselves are bad because they let people ignore whatever they don't want to know, pic related.

Anonymous 09/01/2018 (Sat) 23:12:45 [Preview] No.18576 del
The ideas may seem "bad" to certain people, this goes with any thought concept. I could talk about my politics and it could be construed as "bad" but thats not the point. The point is people should have the right to believe what they want as long as they don't harm or interfere with others in an illegal manner.

For example, what that construction company did to the atheist worker was very bad, and they're going to pay a BIG fine for that, just watch. This is justice in action. This is exactly the justice needed for a balanced system. A system where people have the right to believe what they want, not force it upon others. And when that does happen, justice will run its course and correct it.

Anonymous 09/02/2018 (Sun) 19:49:26 [Preview] No.18628 del
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You can't ever have such a system because there is a totalitarian impulse inherent to religion. When you read this article it's hard to see a difference between Cristianity and Islam, they're both lousy religions that cause more harm than good.

Anonymous 09/03/2018 (Mon) 16:18:25 [Preview] No.18691 del
>You can't ever have such a system because there is a totalitarian impulse inherent to religion.

Totalitarianism defies Justice, vice versa. So yes we can and DO have such a system. As corrupted as it may be, it certainly is more fair than most systems out there. If a religion gets out of control, and interferes with other's rights, it is often smack down time when it comes to the courts.

>When you read this article it's hard to see a difference between Cristianity and Islam

They are very different. The problem is religious extremism. Getting back to Justice vs. Totalitarianism. This guy who did this is going to prison. He's going to have his ass raped and beaten pretty badly over this. So I don't think you should worry too much, the lesson should be this: don't murder or harm people, because it will likely come back to haunt you.

Anonymous 09/03/2018 (Mon) 16:33:14 [Preview] No.18692 del
A lesson for control freaks to learn: banning guns isn't going to prevent criminals who would stab you to death, banning knives isn't going to prevent criminals who would strangle you with a rope, banning ropes isn't going to prevent criminals who would drive you over with their car or truck, banning vehicles isn't going to prevent criminals who would beat you across the head with a baseball bat, banning baseball bats isn't going to prevent criminals who would shove you in a pool and drown you, banning swimming pools isn't going to prevent criminals who would simply disobey any above laws and do what they want regardless of such laws.

Justice IS the best remedy and prevention to crime. Ignore the crime and it runs rampant. Smack down on the crime and it will intimidate others to obey basic laws. Another great prevention is to allow innocent law abiding citizens to bear arms to defend themselves from criminals in the first place.

Anonymous 09/05/2018 (Wed) 03:31:51 [Preview] No.18709 del
Only religion gets away with this and no one demands the organization change, because they have so much faith in them.

Anonymous 09/05/2018 (Wed) 03:39:51 [Preview] No.18710 del
Religious institutions have stolen money and power for centuries, and it’s why in canada your public school money is wrongly directed to catholic “public” schools run by Catholic school boards, and Catholic hospitals too.

Anonymous 09/10/2018 (Mon) 09:28:52 [Preview] No.18766 del
Evangelicals are mostly authoritarians. They want people to be punished forever for not listening to them and doing what they want.

Anonymous 09/10/2018 (Mon) 10:27:46 [Preview] No.18769 del
They can be that way, yes, they happen to be the strictest Christians out there, unlike Catholics who tend to turn the other cheek or look the other way.

Anonymous 09/12/2018 (Wed) 22:40:09 [Preview] No.18777 del
I just hope Earth gets rid of them before Fundamnetalists go into space. Religion is the enemy of knowledge, technology, and most environmental science.

>The righteous need not cower before the drumbeat of human progress. Though the song of yesterday fades into the challenge of tomorrow, God still watches and judges us. Evil lurks in the datalinks as it lurked in the streets of yesteryear. But it was never the streets that were evil.

>-- Sister Miriam Godwinson, "The Blessed Struggle

Anonymous 09/17/2018 (Mon) 19:42:42 [Preview] No.18822 del
The Christian god is a maniacal narcissist.

Anonymous 09/18/2018 (Tue) 14:11:59 [Preview] No.18826 del
So God does exist now? Then what does that make you? Can't be an atheist because they don't even believe in His existence.

Anonymous 09/18/2018 (Tue) 17:37:29 [Preview] No.18827 del
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you can make the argument from the hypothetical standpoint of being a believer and point out the inconsistencies and flawed logic of worshiping a god, specifically the deity in the Judeo-Christian EU, which portrays Him as omnipotent, omniscient etc far beyond human comprehension but jealous, wrathful, prone to making bets with Satan/Lucifer. At times showing mercy, at times obliterating populations.

There' just some issues there is all. If an atheist or agnostic takes the time to comb through the literature and see issues in there, (the same ones many faithful have taken issue with over the centuries and millennia) it's perfectly reasonable to do so from the PERCEIVED standpoint of a believer when engaging in the rhetorical.

Anonymous 09/18/2018 (Tue) 18:06:17 [Preview] No.18828 del
The fact you had to explain that shows his ability to comprehend is very poor.

Anonymous 09/21/2018 (Fri) 01:19:34 [Preview] No.18840 del
kike detected

Anonymous 09/21/2018 (Fri) 13:30:36 [Preview] No.18846 del
OK, so your agnostic? Thats all I needed to know. You admitting you don't know. I'll admit I don't know there is a God either. No one does until they die, maybe not even then bitch.

Anonymous 09/21/2018 (Fri) 13:40:45 [Preview] No.18848 del
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Well yea, I think agnosticism is the only really logical thing one can pick unless you feel you've had what you feel is an honest religious experience.
But I wasn't the one you were initially reponding to I was just playing devil's advocate. :^)

Anonymous 09/22/2018 (Sat) 02:44:09 [Preview] No.18850 del
Even then you can't ever trust a religious experience because they can be explained by science/probability/neurology/evolution, and tend to contradict one another depending on the cultures people have them in. Hume's skepticism categorically destroys that kind of evidence, he showed religious "evidence" is never evidence.

Anonymous 09/22/2018 (Sat) 03:31:01 [Preview] No.18851 del
You can't trust someone else having one but if someone really feels they had one there's no arguing about it really once they believe it.
Of course it isn't evidence in the grand scheme of things but try explaining that to the person once they already believe it.

Anonymous 09/22/2018 (Sat) 13:51:22 [Preview] No.18853 del
I treat religion the same as I do faggotry. That is to say as long as they don't try forcing onto other people of flaunting it out in public deliberately then I don't care, they can believe whatever the hell they want. So can fags as long as they stay in the closet and don't jump out in front of you waving a pare of dildos. Know what I'm saying? Keep to yourselves and everything will be fine.

Anonymous 09/25/2018 (Tue) 19:09:41 [Preview] No.18879 del
Woah woah , wait ...
Was Dali a ... a nigger?

Anonymous 09/27/2018 (Thu) 23:32:52 [Preview] No.18893 del
Same goes for straight couples. I dont want to see them making out in public anymore than gays.

Anonymous 10/01/2018 (Mon) 00:59:23 [Preview] No.18924 del
https://youtube.com/watch?v=7dfAd0IglrA [Embed]
A good wrap of why religious people are hardwired to love Trump.

Anonymous 10/01/2018 (Mon) 01:01:30 [Preview] No.18925 del
Religious countries are always less happy than other countries after you account for other factors like cost of living.

Anonymous 10/01/2018 (Mon) 01:01:50 [Preview] No.18926 del
Religious countries are always less happy than other countries after you account for other factors like cost of living.

Anonymous 10/11/2018 (Thu) 23:35:56 [Preview] No.19024 del
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I'm sure many girls have confused arousal with the presence of the holy spirit and become born again Christards.

Anonymous 12/18/2018 (Tue) 19:40:41 [Preview] No.19336 del
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Cuckianity not even once.

Anonymous 12/19/2018 (Wed) 16:32:55 [Preview] No.19343 del
Look here, it is the churches that have become corrupted over the years by their wealth and tax exemption status. And as goes for almost every single rich privileged institution (whether that be church or government or university or bank or corporation) greedy criminals, subversives and racketeers alike tend to infiltrate and exploit the institutions and they become heavily corrupted. We see this time and time again. This has nothing to do with the average Joe reading a Bible or a family attending mass to pray or repent. It has everything to do with CORRUPTION and EXPLOITATION of these institutions. This is what has happened to the Western World today, criminals are now fully in charge, and like the Mafia, they intend to run all over you and take advantage of those who conform to these established systems. Don't blame the average Christian, blame those criminals who hijacked their institutions who are using them to exploit, rob and power grab. Try to wake up the Christians you personally know, try making them understand that corrupt entities are in control and they are pushing nefarious greedy agendas. Tell them how the Vatican is on top of all this organized crime, criminals cloaking themselves as "Christians" yet they are NOT true Christians. Give the gift Jesus would give for this holiday season: the truth.

By the way, a high ranking official in the Vatican - Cardinal George Pell - was just convicted by an Australian court for raping children and trying to cover up his crimes. Talk to people about that, there is an article about it up on /news/.

Anonymous 12/24/2018 (Mon) 04:32:15 [Preview] No.19370 del
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Churches have always been corrupt since Jesus and the pharises. But it's the religion too which is evil. Religion and conservativism fucks people up, and Trump only exists because of both of these ideologies caused a systematic failure in introducing education in children. This Redditor lays it out clear.

Anonymous 12/24/2018 (Mon) 05:15:53 [Preview] No.19371 del
"Priest who said he urinated in communion wine, was attracted to satanism gets 25 years for child porn"

Anonymous 12/24/2018 (Mon) 09:41:47 [Preview] No.19372 del
>Christian, blame those criminals who hijacked their institutions who are using them to exploit, rob and power grab.
Agreed. Wherever there are concentrations of power there is corruption. I mean, most large churchs seem full with pedophiles and hypocrite preachers... and so is Hollywood. And most of the government.

Anonymous 12/25/2018 (Tue) 02:09:26 [Preview] No.19386 del
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The truth doesn't carry about your feelings. Generation z disregards feelings and will be the least religious generation ever. I'm helping it along by giving my Nephews books about Hawaiian gods for Christmas so that they will naturally question the tall tales from the bible. They laugh at how silly Shark-man God is, but then they may realize that Yahweh: the burning bush and Satan: the talking snake are silly too.

Anonymous 12/26/2018 (Wed) 03:16:21 [Preview] No.19394 del
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Merry Secular Christmas then!
>linking to reddit
>linking to r/atheism of all places

Anonymous 12/31/2018 (Mon) 08:37:02 [Preview] No.19491 del
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He just buries Christianity like a steamroller.

Anonymous 01/03/2019 (Thu) 03:56:46 [Preview] No.19544 del
Everytime I read an Article in the news about religion I know it'll be bad news. Religion doesn't cause morality, it reliably subverts it. https://www.cbr.com/allison-mack-scientology-sex-cult-case/

Anonymous 03/01/2019 (Fri) 08:17:47 [Preview] No.19973 del
This is perhaps the best speech against the encroachment of religion in government that I've heard. We need more lawyers to fight these battles so the theocrats don't demolish the very first amendment in the constitution.

Anonymous 03/05/2019 (Tue) 01:45:35 [Preview] No.19976 del
Here are countries with regard for religion rated highest to lowest. South America, which isn't Islamic, is overwhelmingly Christian and overwhelmingly dangerous. Top 5 countries for homicides all have Christian super-majorities. Lowest homicides = atheist

Anonymous 03/07/2019 (Thu) 10:12:41 [Preview] No.19988 del
I am sick and tired of the hypocrisy of conservatives who only call out leftist political correctness, when rightwing political correctness is infinitely worse. And every time they're criticized for saying bigoted things they play the victim and pretend it was juust a test of their free speech. Fuck them. Fuck all of this:

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Anonymous 03/12/2019 (Tue) 00:57:53 [Preview] No.20034 del
If you talk to God, you are praying; If God talks to you, you have schizophrenia.

Anonymous 03/21/2019 (Thu) 03:38:46 [Preview] No.20127 del
If there was a global flood you would have fresh water mixing with ocean water. All the strictly fresh water and/or all the strictly salt water animals would certainly die. Depending on the ratios ocean life may be largely unaffected but either way there would still be mass extinction of many many species.

Anonymous 03/21/2019 (Thu) 04:29:09 [Preview] No.20129 del
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good facebook post m8

Anonymous 03/25/2019 (Mon) 23:40:55 [Preview] No.20209 del
*serial killer is about to kill you*
*God appears*
You - Yay! My God is here to save me.
God - No can do. This serial killer's free will is WAY more important than your life.

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