Posts Tagged with "christianity"

Would an Atheist Just Ignore It?

April 20th, 2014 at 5:30 pm by Mark
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It is surprising the number of people who can dish it out, but can’t take it any more. 😉

Put a Darwin fish on a Christian's car, noone panics because it's all "part of the plan."  Place a Jesus fish on an Atheist's car then everyone loses their minds!

Where Atheism Went Wrong

September 9th, 2012 at 1:45 pm by Mark
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One of the biggest problems with people who claim to be “atheists” is their arrogant stance that Christianity is a complete hoax and that anyone who believes anything remotely religious is a complete idiot. They claim religious zealotry and intolerance are their driving force, yet are often even more full of vitriol than those who they oppose, so much so that they attack even moderate and tolerant Christians.

It’s confounding to find many U.S.-based atheists making apologies for religions such as Islam, while obsessively decrying Christianity. There’s also the issue that they’re overwhelmingly Democrats, claiming that Republicans are “all Evangelical Christians” and are “afraid of facts,” yet they refuse to believe the fact that 60% or more of Democrats are just as deeply religious, the fact that there are plenty of Christians who are gay, or the fact that Fred Phelps, the leader of the hate group The Westboro Baptist Church, is, in fact, a Democrat…

If they’re acting like this “for the common good,” as so many say, then at some point, you have to wonder “whose” common good, given their propensity towards pedantic, personal activism. Knowing a few of these types “modern atheists,” I often wonder: “Who’s the bigger zealot?”

But I always come to the same conclusion — hypocrisy is hypocrisy, and a zealot is a zealot, regardless of their religious or political ideology.

Where You Don’t Want to Be on Sunday

June 24th, 2012 at 1:27 pm by Mark
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Is it better to be chewed up and spit out, or …

The Trouble with Tattoos

May 25th, 2012 at 5:08 pm by Mark
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Several years ago, I posted a photo of a Japanese man that went viral — he was wearing a white t-shirt with a single word on it: “BITCH.” He loved the idea of English, and bought the shirt because it had English written on it, but didn’t understand what the word meant.

The same goes for Tattoos. So often, Americans will mark themselves with any number of Asian languages, claiming to know its origins and meanings. The trouble with Chinese, especially, is that the words carry an entirely different meaning when taken out of context.

I guess what I’m saying is … You can make a perfect ass of yourself with a tattoo in English, so why bother getting something offensive in a different language?

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Easter 2012

April 8th, 2012 at 11:34 am by Mark
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Approximately two thousand years after one guy was nailed to a tree for asking, “Hey, wouldn’t it be great if we could all be nice to each other?” most people still just don’t get the point.

Happy Easter!