The Bible....

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  1. deadleg

    deadleg Well-Known Member

    Apr 10, 2009
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    if i had to pick up a bible id have to wear gloves as with any other book of lies
  2. lulumcnoob

    lulumcnoob Well-Known Member

    Jul 5, 2009
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    > Be omnipotent and omnipresent God
    > Make humans imperfect
    > Demand perfection from humans
    > Mad when humans aren't perfect
    > Flood everything killing millions of humans and billions of animals

    gg ez best K/D ratio in history

    If there is a Christian God, he is a cruel and evil overlord, and I couldn't in good conscious, that he gave me, serve such an “utterly evil, capricious and monstrous” deity. Would rather burn in hell than serve in fear.
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  3. drphil3

    drphil3 Member

    Jun 23, 2010
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    "Who writes this stuff?"...............good question.
  4. Mustang Kate

    Mustang Kate Well-Known Member

    Feb 1, 2013
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    So, there are some children here whining that they hate Dad because he made
    them go to bed at a certain time, and wouldn't let them stay up all night playing
    video games. According to them, Dad does this cause he is mean and rotten
    and that rule book he posted on the frig is just a bunch of made up stories and
    they don't have to listen to them. Dad says it's for your own good, but to them
    good is being able to do whatever they want. Here is the mind of a child, who
    thinks he has the entire universe all figured out.
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  5. Disinterested Horse

    Disinterested Horse Member

    Jan 2, 2017
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    One must state it plainly. Religion comes from the period of human prehistory where nobody—not even the mighty Democritus who concluded that all matter was made from atoms—had the smallest idea what was going on. It comes from the bawling and fearful infancy of our species, and is a babyish attempt to meet our inescapable demand for knowledge (as well as for comfort, reassurance and other infantile needs). Today the least educated of my children knows much more about the natural order than any of the founders of religion, and one would like to think—though the connection is not a fully demonstrable one—that this is why they seem so uninterested in sending fellow humans to hell.
    ― Christopher Hitchens, god is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything
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