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RenaissanceMan
post Jun 09, 2012, 05:42 AM
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Where is the balance in critiquing only "religion"? There is no balance, only bias.

The nonsense prattled by hateful atheists such as Richard Dawkins is never addressed in the same manner that hateful atheists dish out their angry, condescending bile.

Atheist lie: "It's either science or 'religion' - the two are incompatible."

Atheist lie: "We atheists are rational. We're intelligent. You fundies are neither."

Atheist lie: "The universe created itself, out of nothing. See how simple that is!"

Atheist lie: "Religion is at the heart of all the wars of mankind."

And on and on atheist lies go, to the extreme detriment of mankind, while pretending exactly the opposite.
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post Jun 09, 2012, 09:01 AM
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QUOTE(RenaissanceMan @ Jun 09, 2012, 10:42 AM) *

Where is the balance in critiquing only "religion"? There is no balance, only bias.

The nonsense prattled by hateful atheists such as Richard Dawkins is never addressed in the same manner that hateful atheists dish out their angry, condescending bile.

Atheist lie: "It's either science or 'religion' - the two are incompatible."

Atheist lie: "We atheists are rational. We're intelligent. You fundies are neither."

Atheist lie: "The universe created itself, out of nothing. See how simple that is!"

Atheist lie: "Religion is at the heart of all the wars of mankind."

And on and on atheist lies go, to the extreme detriment of mankind, while pretending exactly the opposite.

If you're looking for balance in differences in belief, opinion, superstition and ignorance, you ain't gonna find it if you focus on surface appearances.
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post Jun 09, 2012, 04:16 PM
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If you're looking for balance in differences in belief, opinion, superstition and ignorance, you ain't gonna find it if you focus on surface appearances.


Rolling "ifs". Not good.

If you think atheist arguments such as those I repeated are "surface appearances," then take that up with atheists, not me. Atheists seem to believe that their claims of scientific acumen, rationality, goodness, and wisdom are far deeper than mere "surface appearances."

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post Jun 10, 2012, 09:00 AM
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If you're looking for balance in differences in belief, opinion, superstition and ignorance, you ain't gonna find it if you focus on surface appearances.


Rolling "ifs". Not good.

If you think atheist arguments such as those I repeated are "surface appearances," then take that up with atheists, not me. Atheists seem to believe that their claims of scientific acumen, rationality, goodness, and wisdom are far deeper than mere "surface appearances."

Then what kind of balance are you referring to?
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post Jun 15, 2012, 01:33 PM
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Then what kind of balance are you referring to?


When only one side is presented, viz. "Critique of Religion," it is extremely biased, such as what kids have to face in public schools.

Christians are "stupid." They're "superstitious." They "believe in myths."

On and on the atheist left-wing bias goes, and with it, the peer pressure to conform or be ostracized for your stupidity.

This is mob mentality. When a team loses, the mob backing that team often starts fights, destroys property, and riots. What fun.
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QUOTE(RenaissanceMan @ Jun 15, 2012, 06:33 PM) *

QUOTE(Joesus @ Jun 10, 2012, 07:00 AM) *


Then what kind of balance are you referring to?


When only one side is presented, viz. "Critique of Religion," it is extremely biased, such as what kids have to face in public schools.

Christians are "stupid." They're "superstitious." They "believe in myths."

On and on the atheist left-wing bias goes, and with it, the peer pressure to conform or be ostracized for your stupidity.

This is mob mentality. When a team loses, the mob backing that team often starts fights, destroys property, and riots. What fun.

I guess what you referring to as a balance then is when both sides can rant the mob mentality equally.
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