This is the second time you've created a thread in as many weeks making a broad generalization about Atheists being "stupid." My opinion is that you are stupid, not because you're a Christian, but because you paint these broad generalizations, then are immediatly snowed under with counter proof that you chose to flatly ignore and go about posting how you are right in the face of facts. This thread, your other in here, and the War on Terror never ending pot thread. in 2 weeks you've managed to conclusivly prove that you couldn't argue your way out of a piss soaked paper sack.
I'm glad you follow my career with such enthusiasm! Oh and please cite something that was "snowed under" with counter proof lol. What would that be? Me
not offering any is a damn sight different than being "snowed under with counter proof", so please be specific. Not to mention that I could care less about impressing you with being able to win the trophy for the debate team. Please don't assume that I could ever give a pile a dog shit about what you think of me. You and I have
never, and will
never meet, so you're just like any other dog dick I've ever argued with here.
It isn't my fault you've gone into 3 outright moronic arguements in the last couple of weeks. They have been so dense I haven't even bothered getting into them because of your circular "logic," that doesn't seem to contain any.
Not a pot/ kettle scenario, huh? Sorry sir, but this kinda makes it look like you yourself, have never, in all your massive post count, gotten into what anyone might consider to be a "moronic argument. I smells a little hypocrisy, I do.
It is obvious that you have plenty of thoughts that DO encompass ALL Atheists. That's fine. I've got plenty of thoughts that can easily be dispatched on a whim to fit all christians. The difference between you and I is when I start a thread looking for a fight, I don't get all pussyhurt when 10 people inadvertantly stomp on my throat about it if I don't know what the hell I'm talking about in the first place.
Yeah, that was a broad generalization. And yeah, you guessed it, I was looking for a fight. As I'm sure you have noticed, I like to come on here and argue and talk shit. It's fun. You don't get to do it in real life, if your any kind of real human being, anyway. Don't act like you don't enjoy doing it as well, or at least that you didn't in the past. I have read many a thread that says otherwise. I'll also have to ask you to cite something again. Please point out where I got "pussyhurt". You can't. I knew full well when I started all that thread that I was likely opening a can of worms. Therefore, "pussyhurt" wasn't really a possibility for me. Plus no one came in there and "throat stomped" my argument about how it's impossible for the entire world to be set back 1000 years by 1 localized religion. Not just because I was right, but I also had plenty of other people who chimed in saying it was bogus as well. I don't know which thread you
Funny you say atheists "fear" christianity(what, might I ask, would they be afraid of? Do you believe in Santa Claus? No? Does that mean you are afraid of him? I hope not, but I'm beyond giving you the benefit of the doubt)because they "attack it." Since you've got this newfound vendetta against atheists, I've got to ask. Why do you fear them?
I don't fear them at all. There is nothing to fear from them, except for their tendency (at least in my own personal experience) towards liberalism. Or liberals tend towards atheism. Whatever. Point is, why would I fear an atheist, which is someone I view to be typically a know-it-all that isn't open minded enough to even consider religion? I actually have given honest consideration to atheism, and found it came up lacking. So to me, (and as some of them have demonstrated) it does actually look like they have something to fear. I mean, religion isn't really one of those things that you can just sort of blow off.
For example: If someone tells you something, that you know for a cold hard fact is wrong, it's easy to blow them off and just totally put them out of your mind. Like if someone told me it's wrong that I own a gun, and it would be wrong for me to defend my own life, (such as some liberals might do), then I know that mentality is wrong. Everyone should value their own life enough to defend it. Well, religion isn't really like that. Even if you are an atheist, there will always be that sort of... question in the back of your mind. And then on top of that you will have all these people of the world telling you that you do in fact have something to fear if you don't take on some religion or another. That's where I get the idea that most of them actually, in some subconscious way, do have something to fear from religion. Cause anyone is going to ask themselves from time to time in their life "What does it all mean"? "Why am I here"?