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Atheism is very confusing
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Post: #61
RE: Atheism is very confusing
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tamarack  Wrote: (04-15-2018 05:20 PM)
Look_No_Hands_  Wrote: (04-15-2018 04:45 PM)
I'm an atheist and I don't believe in any of those things listed. Go to an atheist forum (The Thinking Atheist, for example) and you'll see that most of us are skeptical of your conspiracy theories.

Good grief!
I checked out that forum and the first thread I came to is saying
that religion and science are incompatible because religion = dogma
and science = empirical.

Who would have guessed that atheists would be bigots?
Being skeptical is one thing, but being bigoted against a discipline
is quite another.

What "discipline" is that?
The unsupported believe in a book being the end all be all of truth?
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Post: #62
RE: Atheism is very confusing
LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-15-2018 05:27 PM)
tamarack  Wrote: (04-15-2018 05:20 PM)
Good grief!
I checked out that forum and the first thread I came to is saying
that religion and science are incompatible because religion = dogma
and science = empirical.

Who would have guessed that atheists would be bigots?
Being skeptical is one thing, but being bigoted against a discipline
is quite another.

What "discipline" is that?
The unsupported believe in a book being the end all be all of truth?

No, I'm not talking about fundamentalism.
I distinctly wrote "religion".
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04-15-2018 05:33 PM

 



Post: #63
RE: Atheism is very confusing
LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-15-2018 12:10 PM)
There is no such thing as atheism. Everyone believes in some sort of a something somewhere. This world is a distraction.

I don't believe in anything
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tamarack
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04-15-2018 05:34 PM

 



Post: #64
RE: Atheism is very confusing
If you define religion as fundamentalism, then you got yourself a
nice strawman to burn.

Have fun burning the straw...

You can make your strawman as dumb as you wish, but please
don't claim to be doing it as an empirical exercise.
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Post: #65
RE: Atheism is very confusing
LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-15-2018 05:29 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-15-2018 05:27 PM)
What "discipline" is that?
The unsupported believe in a book being the end all be all of truth?

No, I'm not talking about fundamentalism.
I distinctly wrote "religion".

Dogma is the unquestioning belief in a set of principles.

I notice you did not explain what "discipline" you claim atheists are bigoted to.

Unless you're trying to pretend religion is a discipline.
Would that be the practice of repetative and symbolic actions while talking to an invisible thing in the sky discipline?
Do you think that lead anyone to worthwhile knowldge?

Thousands of years of religion didn't invent anything.
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Post: #66
RE: Atheism is very confusing
LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-15-2018 12:01 PM)
They don't believe in God yet have no problem believing in astral projection, poltergeist, aliens, etc..

Then they believe that tptb controls politics and the media but not education.

How does one put all these together without losing their minds chuckle

I'd imagine that just getting yourself out of bed every morning is very confusing.

It is a fine thing to be honest, but it is also very important to be right. - Winston Churchill
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Post: #67
RE: Atheism is very confusing
LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-15-2018 12:01 PM)
They don't believe in God yet have no problem believing in astral projection, poltergeist, aliens, etc..

Then they believe that tptb controls politics and the media but not education.

How does one put all these together without losing their minds chuckle

lol Opps!

Looks like Christians believe in poltergeists.

Ousting the Poltergeist
http://www1.cbn.com/ousting-poltergeist

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Post: #68
RE: Atheism is very confusing
LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-15-2018 05:34 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-15-2018 05:29 PM)
No, I'm not talking about fundamentalism.
I distinctly wrote "religion".

Dogma is the unquestioning belief in a set of principles.

I notice you did not explain what "discipline" you claim atheists are bigoted to.

Unless you're trying to pretend religion is a discipline.
Would that be the practice of repetative and symbolic actions while talking to an invisible thing in the sky discipline?
Do you think that lead anyone to worthwhile knowldge?

Thousands of years of religion didn't invent anything.

You may not be an English reader, but I did write "religion".
I shall not repeat myself again, thank you.

Give us, if you would be so kind, an empirical example that demonstrates that the discipline of religion = what you claim
and nothing but what you claim.

I can give you lots of examples of other meanings for the collective
noun; and none of these examples conflict with science in any way
except when the science in question is considered immoral.

(I'm not sure if you have any education. Do you understand the concept
of the "collective noun"?)
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04-15-2018 06:23 PM

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Post: #69
RE: Atheism is very confusing
LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-15-2018 12:01 PM)
They don't believe in God yet have no problem believing in astral projection, poltergeist, aliens, etc..

Then they believe that tptb controls politics and the media but not education.

How does one put all these together without losing their minds chuckle


"They"?


Generalize much?
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Post: #70
RE: Atheism is very confusing
LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-15-2018 12:01 PM)
They don't believe in God yet have no problem believing in astral projection, poltergeist, aliens, etc..

Then they believe that tptb controls politics and the media but not education.

How does one put all these together without losing their minds chuckle

Forget all that ... look at history. monotheism becomes polytheism ... that alone should keep you busy for awhile.
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Post: #71
RE: Atheism is very confusing
Look_No_Hands_  Wrote: (04-15-2018 05:07 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-15-2018 05:00 PM)
Skeptical about Bohemian grove owl worship by the Presidents of united States?

Yep. And please don't waste my time with that nonsense.

Why is that nonsense?
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tamarack
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Post: #72
RE: Atheism is very confusing
To make a long story short, religion and science are no way
in conflict any more than music and science are in conflict.

Religion is about developing a person's soul.

The major concept is Holiness.
Holiness = wholeness / Healing

"Healing" and "wholeness" are certainly compatible with
science,,, while healing certainly is a discipline.
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Post: #73
RE: Atheism is very confusing
tamarack  Wrote: (04-15-2018 06:27 PM)
To make a long story short, religion and science are no way
in conflict any more than music and science are in conflict.

Religion is about developing a person's soul.

The major concept is Holiness.
Holiness = wholeness / Healing

"Healing" and "wholeness" are certainly compatible with
science,,, while healing certainly is a discipline.

Wouldn't I need to be aware of having a soul before I attempt to develop it?
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Post: #74
RE: Atheism is very confusing
IceMan  Wrote: (04-15-2018 06:30 PM)
tamarack  Wrote: (04-15-2018 06:27 PM)
To make a long story short, religion and science are no way
in conflict any more than music and science are in conflict.

Religion is about developing a person's soul.

The major concept is Holiness.
Holiness = wholeness / Healing

"Healing" and "wholeness" are certainly compatible with
science,,, while healing certainly is a discipline.

Wouldn't I need to be aware of having a soul before I attempt to develop it?
Why can we resurrect a dead person?
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Post: #75
RE: Atheism is very confusing
tamarack  Wrote: (04-15-2018 05:20 PM)
Look_No_Hands_  Wrote: (04-15-2018 04:45 PM)
I'm an atheist and I don't believe in any of those things listed. Go to an atheist forum (The Thinking Atheist, for example) and you'll see that most of us are skeptical of your conspiracy theories.

Good grief!
I checked out that forum and the first thread I came to is saying
that religion and science are incompatible because religion = dogma
and science = empirical.

Who would have guessed that atheists would be bigots?
Being skeptical is one thing, but being bigoted against a discipline
is quite another.

Religion is not a discipline. Religion is the antithesis of empirical thinking. Also, it's not "bigotry" to attack religious belief any more than it's "bigotry" to attack political belief.
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