24th January 2013 - 11:09 PM
You are one of those people for whom logic and reason presents an insurmountable challenge.
First, you start with a premise not even a four year old would be proud of; that to believe in some mystical, murdering, paedophile, invisible monster is a noble thing and then completely misrepresent what evolution is about. Then, it only gets worse.
In case no one has had the heart to tell you directly, I will; you are a complete total and utter imbecile, a buffoon incapable of rational thought. It is as you represent the reverse evolution of human to ape-like common ancestor.
Any point you try to make the the above imbecile is a waste of time.
Ditto the first two paragraphs for you; no logic and logical fallacies by the bucket full.
You started well but went off the rails in cherry picking history. You left out all of the religious despots who murdered many and also made the mistake of saying Hitler was an atheist. he was raised a Catholic and espoused many Catholic thoughts in his writings. Where do you think he got his hatred of Jews from; it was straightforward Catholic dogma at the time. Like all despots, he later came to believe he was god-like and so he mentally usurped his Catholic god.
As for this, "this doesn't mean i look down on atheists. Neither do I look down on Christians", what then do you believe? It must be one or the other, or are you one of the "superior" types who think that the "middle ground" is the correct option? The Middle Ground Fallacy
For someone who claims logic, you are remarkably devoid of it, at times, with this doozy: "Atheism is not merely the lack of a belief in Divinity, it becomes an actual belief system based on an ontology as defined by science". It is not, and has never been a "belief system". It is specifically the LACK of a belief system and trying to make a false commonality is logically wrong.
Hi NA, still trying to be "nice", I see, as if "nice" is a virtue in this situation and a way of making the world a better place and "nicer".