OraProNobis wrote:With all due respect Humphreys, from what I have read of orangetoms posts, he has my utmost respect, and appears to be a very intelligent , and insightful person.
Personally, I enjoy his posts very much, and find them very thought provoking, and informative.
Out of interest, how would you feel about having the label "militant Christian"?
Postby humphreys » Sun Mar 04, 2012 1:09 pm
OraProNobis, yes, I have been labeled a militant atheist, even though I am in no way violent towards religion. It has also been implied that I want to wipe out religion by force, which is nothing like close to the truth.
Many atheists like myself who tend to be somewhat vocal and enthusiastic are often called "militants".
OraProNobis wrote:I question whether the actual facts of the article are true though. Do we know with a certainty that atheists have never secretly banded together to kill those of religious persuasion, or hurt in some way those who think differently of them?
OraProNobis wrote:Many say it is atheism behind the powers that be, that wish to control, and have world dominance. Those that believe they are the only powers that matter, and have no care for others, and no fear of answering to any higher power?
OraProNobis wrote:I do not know for certain , but my instincts tell me there are secretly very militant atheists, who hide behind religions, and political agendas . Why is it slowly become a standard to take away all religious forms of prayer? Why would a non militant atheist even feel slightly threatened by prayer to what they consider make believe?
OraProNobis wrote:I think there are some atheists out there, who go to great extremes to destroy religious belief.
humphreys wrote:Orangetom has responded with a waffling response as long as a book as usual, attempting to cover most of the history of religion, as well as an amazingly inaccurate look into the world today, and greeney has gone on two more long rants, and still not one attempt in all that to address the topic of the opening post.
You guys really have no shame
I'll let you keep going at it as you're bound to tire yourself out trying to deflect from the point, it must be exhausting.
greeney2 wrote:it is just as assinine as EH's 51 proofs.
greeney2 wrote:EH braggs that if he could bring down one believer, thats a good thing. Thats pretty sad, and says it all as human beings.
greeney2 wrote:Maybe Greeney2 makes more of a impact on your phoney theories and beliefs, that urk you?
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