I will preface this by saying that I know these were meant for trolling purposes, but I must address each one and clarify specifics because there are people out there that actually think like this. I will try to refrain from personal attacks specific to Slake as much as I can, I will only say that you do fit the stereotypical profile of your standard edgy, teenage atheist, especially in your picture in the 'Introduce yourself' thread with your hobbies, bands, movies, tv shows, video games, and virginity. Alright, lets get started.>>65
A perfect example of atheists just singling out Christianity, showing you are more anti-Christian than just an atheist because an atheist would just be apathetic, instead of just being desperate for attention. >>65>using the word "whilst"
trying to be the super intellectual, I'm smarter than you, reddit, *tips fedora, atheist stereotype. And if you're saying a follower of Christ is openly or unnecessarily mean to people for no reason then that would not be describing true Christians, unless they are fulfilling their acts of (hopefully) taking people out of their comfort zone of sin (turning son against mother, bringing a sword, etc.) in which they would be militant Christians like pastors standing on street corners telling and warning people to turn from their ways because the consequences of their actions is not worth it.>>66
same as using "whilst". also>i have absolute knowledge.jpg
I hope you know you must have absolute knowledge for any picture like this to be objectively true, unless you aren't sure and are just ignorantly using it as a laugh to feel better about yourself for some reason, that's ok.>>67
The argument is anything that begins to exist must have a cause. By definition God cannot 'begin' to exist, he is eternal in nature. Negating this would only show the obvious problems that a person comes across with assuming God began and the problems that arise from that premise. Just go ahead and try to comprehend the concept of 'God' beginning. You see the problem there.>>68
People all over the world, no matter what race, creed, religion, social standpoint, location, and age throughout all of history have had immediate experiences of divinity, that's evidence enough for belief to most people and would only show the close-mindedness of people who would insult them for their humble beliefs.>>69>an atheist attacking Christianity instead of the concept of theism ie. I'm desperate for attention/trying to fit in on r/atheism again.>>72
Only according to Abrahamic faiths, and even so that picture is inaccurate as acts of God accord in Rome and across Europe and down to Ethiopia in the Bible. People say miracles happen every day, that's people in Australia, people in America, people in China, everywhere…and I would agree. So obviously not every single action of God has occurred inside that circle. Besides singling out Abrahamic faiths and not even thinking about Hinduism or Mormonism in the Abrahamic faiths God created the Earth and the whole universe for that matter so the circle would be around the entire universe.>>73
God created you, you made your decision to be atheist. God doesn't hate any one person, although God does hate sin. Proverbs 6:16-19>>74
I wonder what religion he's talking about? Or does Dawkins use the word 'religion' in such a sophomoric manner that he just umbrellas every single religion and all of their teachings into one category. That being said, I can't really think of any religion that teaches that. Nearly all of them teach you to expand, branch, see all there is to see, learn all there is to know, study every single thing that God has given us. A Catholic created the scientific method, a Christian mapped the human genome, this quote is just wrong in every way. >>75
In case you want to reply to all of these I probably won't see your response for several weeks.
If you would like to debate me the topic will be "Why didn't the Romans present the body of Jesus to end Christianity" You see, during the rise of Christianity in the first century the Romans began to lose control of their population, people were all of a sudden going around claiming this man Jesus was God, instead of Caesar, and that they had seen him come back to life after he was publicly crucified. The Romans were murdering Christians in the thousands trying to silence this movement, the only problem is, Jesus was buried in a well-known nearby tomb, and according to Matthew there were even Roman soldiers guarding the tomb, so, if the Romans wanted to end Christianity once in for all they would have had to do was go into the tomb they were guarding and pull out his body…why didn't they?