atheismfuckyeah:

This has likely already been seen by many of you, but I thought I’d share it anyway.
~Mooglets

atheismfuckyeah:

This has likely already been seen by many of you, but I thought I’d share it anyway.

~Mooglets

christinsanity:

That is because Christians only care for you until you are born, after that ‘Fuck you’…

Not all Christians are like that, but those that claim to be ‘pro-life’, yes, the most compassion comes before birth, after that it’s “should have been born to a better person”

christinsanity:

That is because Christians only care for you until you are born, after that ‘Fuck you’…

Not all Christians are like that, but those that claim to be ‘pro-life’, yes, the most compassion comes before birth, after that it’s “should have been born to a better person”

christinsanity:

Wikipedia doing it right…

christinsanity:

Wikipedia doing it right…

Christianity requires faith.

Belief in Darwinian evolution requires blind faith.

Atheism requires deaf, dumb, and blind faith.

(via badp)

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For all of human history, people have believed in the concept of “intelligent design” or “sentient causation” to explain natural occurances that were not understood. Thor caused thunder. Poseidon caused floods. God created man. On and on and on. Science has sytematically proven each of these wrong. There seems to be some underlying need in human beings to anthropomorphize the cause of everything. Why do people continue to believe that a sentient being designed the universe? Myth and religion have been wrong at EVERY turn. All the biblical miracles will at last disappear with the progress of science. Science may never prove what created the universe, but why bet on the idea that has been consistently proven wrong? Since the Bible and the church are obviously mistaken in telling us where we came from, how can we trust them to tell us where we are going?

If you ask me “How can you disprove god?” my answer will be: I don’t think you can. Then again, you can’t disprove fairies, Rusell’s teapot, invisible pink unicorns, the flying spaghetti monster, zeus, thor, ra, and so on and so forth.

The thing is, until there is compelling evidence about the existence of any of those, it is safe to asume that they don’t exist.

The fact that you can’t disprove something, doesn’t make that something real, or even likely to exist.

Creationism is the belief that introducing a conscious creator into the equation solves it, whereas in reality all it does is remove it one step. Who created the creator? Did it simply create itself out of nothing for no reason? Why is that more believable than the idea that the universe simply created itself out of nothing for no reason? Perhaps it never had a creation and has existed forever. If so, why is that more believable than the idea that the universe had no creation and existed forever?

Atheism is simply a system of thinking that requires proof for any claim. It’s the one and only right way of using thought. It’s called logic. Any other way means you fail, and we all know it. Enjoy your ignorance, cavemen.

Oh, and maybe you should take a look at this.

(via atheism-)

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artoftheunbeliever:

Self-explanatory.

artoftheunbeliever:

Self-explanatory.

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fuckyeahatheism-:

sunombreenvano:

Wicca FTW!

Think about it. If you want prayer in schools, you’re going to have to allow every single faith that partakes in prayer to pray in schools as well, not just Christianity. 
But what’s this, the Christian Right kicks up a fuss about Pagans and Wiccans and Satanists, Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists etc praying in schools alongside their good little Christian children? 
Why then, that makes you hypocrits, doesn’t it? 
It’s either all or nothing. Deal with it.
And personally, I think prayer (and religion in general) should be banned from schools except in the Religious Studies classes. And I think those classes should cover everything, not just the prettyfull stuff. And I think it should be taught as exactly what it is. Bullshit stories made up to make adults feel better about death. 
~Mooglets

fuckyeahatheism-:

sunombreenvano:

Wicca FTW!

Think about it. If you want prayer in schools, you’re going to have to allow every single faith that partakes in prayer to pray in schools as well, not just Christianity. 

But what’s this, the Christian Right kicks up a fuss about Pagans and Wiccans and Satanists, Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists etc praying in schools alongside their good little Christian children? 

Why then, that makes you hypocrits, doesn’t it? 

It’s either all or nothing. Deal with it.

And personally, I think prayer (and religion in general) should be banned from schools except in the Religious Studies classes. And I think those classes should cover everything, not just the prettyfull stuff. And I think it should be taught as exactly what it is. Bullshit stories made up to make adults feel better about death. 

~Mooglets

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