Atheism Destroyed with One Question

Richard Goode's picture
Submitted by Richard Goode on Tue, 2012-10-23 14:47


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Reed

Leonid's picture

It's difficult to lost elephant in the room, but easy to lost its imaginable ghost

Leonid

reed's picture

... there is no elephant...
That's what someone lost and unable to find the elephant might say.

It's in Leonid's room.

Leonid's picture

I'd gladly take two instead one goblinist.

Reed

Leonid's picture

"I had thought the elephant analogy needed someone lost unable to find the elephant."
This is for sure a major flow, especially because there is no elephant in the room.

Leonid

reed's picture

I had thought the elephant analogy needed someone lost unable to find the elephant.

Mystery of the Missing Elephant - solved!

Richard Goode's picture

It's in Leonid's room.

Goblinism destroyed with one picture

Leonid's picture

Jules

Richard Goode's picture

... draw my Oakley's on the winner!!

I'm happy to oblige ... if you provide a larger version of your avatar image.

Hey!!!

Jules Troy's picture

You forgot to draw my Oakley's on the winner!!

Victory for Atheism!

Richard Goode's picture

Victory for Atheism!

Interesting comment

Doug Bandler's picture

The more I read the more I wonder how people can believe this artificial concoction of politics and roman culture.

Yes, all three religions are man made inventions of course. There was no Moses, no Jesus and no Mo. But that being said, Christianity has a philosophic tradition. Islam has none. Christianity has since its inception included Hellenistic ideas which is why I think it lasted.

I hate Islam, but I don't have the same hatred for Christianity. It did allow the West to flourish. There are better things about it although its mythology is pure fantasy.

See the original

Don E. Klein's picture

This is simply Edward Current's years old viral hit redone ala Ali G. It's virtually plagiarized. And it sucks.

Believe it or not, this was posted to religious sites, forums and blogs and such, and believed to be sincere. He went on to do a series.

This guy looks completely

Leonid's picture

This guy looks completely stoned.

There is a lot written about historical proof of Jesus...

Marcus's picture

...but very little about the origins of the Christian church.

If there were more interest in this there would be fewer Christians around today.

The Da Vinci code proves there is the appetite, but obviously it is too controversial. I wouldn't be surprised if the historical facts had been buried on purpose all these years.

I know!

Rick Giles's picture

The more I read the more I wonder how people can believe this artificial concoction of politics and roman culture.

I'll have a go.

It's because people do not come by their beliefs honestly. They do not derive the truth from self-evident axioms.

As children they, we, create an internal working model to suit our environment. Especially our parenting environment. It overwrites the real you and puts down a fake self that protects you and promotes you to the accidental family of origin, then school, you find yourself in.

Now you're an adult Christian..

Ancient Mesopotamian's have the same version of the flood story as my church but it's way older? What am I going to do?

Am I going to upset my family and pull the plug on all my friends? Explode my social circle and start new on a new one? Throw out all my years of reading and my library collection and admit I know nothing, Socrates style, and start again? Possibly, in integrity and revelation, divorce my Christian wife? Or admit to my Christian grandchildren or great grandchildren that I have been misinformed?

No. I circle the wagons and come up with all kinds of nonsense to keep away the inconvenient facts.

That works for all religions and all hues of statism. Keeps them going. Explains them. Shows us how we can change their minds and what it could cost them to do so.

But seriously...

Marcus's picture

...I am just reading, "in the shadow of the sword" which goes into the history of early Christianity, Judaism and Islam.

They are so obviously man-made fictions it is not surprising so little has been written of their historical origins in popular culture.

How much history do people know of the first churches and scriptures that were then brought together to make "the book"?

The more I read the more I wonder how people can believe this artificial concoction of politics and roman culture.

Dr. Goode

ding_an_sich's picture

You're such a troll. Big smile

Poof positive!

Jules Troy's picture

Ummm..Richard...that guy is not exactly doing your goblian threads any favors, if that goes viral goblianity is doomed!! (smirks)

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