I know the militant atheists like Bob and Pasta will try to change the subject and whine that I want to round up all atheists and place them in camps and claim I'm a Facist.
Or we could just destroy your argument, like usual.
Quote: I'm not and I don't.
Not yet, anyway.
Quote: People must have the freedom to believe what they believe.
However, that freedom doesn't mean their beliefs are free from scrutiny and criticism.
HAA!!!! The irony!!!
Quote: The evils of their belief and how those beliefs adversely affect the person and society must be considered in order to help others see atheism is not a rational position, it is the least rational belief a person can hold.
OWWWW my sides!! Crackers turning into meat is MUCH more rational than crackers staying crackers.
Quote: I am convinced atheism is indeed an evil and that its logical outworking is deterimental to the individual and society.
Meanwhile, some of the most socially conscious people these days are atheists...
Quote: History has shown us time and time again that when atheists come into power, they are the most dangerous of people.
Most dangerous, right behind religious zealots. Zealots whose death tolls were only limited by their day's technology.
Quote: Just look at the atheists on this forum, consider how many of them attack theists and try to hurt people emotionally for what they believe.
We attack the ideas. Except for you. You haven't earned the respect to not be attacked personally.
Quote: I believe James Holmes is just one more example of someone seduced by the materialist rheotoric of atheism. He used his intelligence to consider what atheism really means, he looked into the abyss--that is atheism--and went mad, and like the Joker wanted everyone to look into the abyss with him.
Why is not believing in gods any more of an abyss than not believing in the loch ness monster? Neither is real, and I don't see too many people getting bent out of shape about things that are not real.
Quote: That is no Joke.
Are you sure?
Quote: I'm interested to see how this unfolds. Am I right about Holmes?
Not likely, but we'll see.
Quote: We shall see.
Yes, thanks, I already said that.
-------------------- "It is always better to have no ideas than false ones; to believe nothing, than to believe what is wrong." � Thomas Jefferson