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Starfish Prime Because Christians, being part of the dominant religion in the West, have generally shown us nothing but hate and discrimination. I am not a pushy…moreBecause Christians, being part of the dominant religion in the West, have generally shown us nothing but hate and discrimination. I am not a pushy atheist, in fact I'm pretty indifferent about it, but all I have to do is identify with that "a" word and people react like I just said I'm a child molester or a terrorist or something. I don't judge people based on their metaphysical positions. All I ask is that you do the same thing in return.
Yes, I know. Not ALL Christians are bad people. I'm not a child, you don't have to remind me. In fact, I like the majority of you individually, but as a group, you discriminate against people of other faiths or of no faith wherever you're the majority religion.
I was once a young, bitter atheist like the people writing those comments, and I know the place where it comes from. It's that combination of persecution and youth that makes people say ignorant things.
And yes, we ARE persecuted. All you have to do is ASK ONE OF US what it's like. (Again, you don't have to remind me that Christians are persecuted in some parts of the world too. In the west, you're not. Period.)
Have some self awareness, Christians. If you want atheists to be kinder to you, be kinder to atheists. Ask yourself if you're the reason why atheists are so bitter.
“So whatever you wish that others would do to you, do also to them, for this is the Law and the Prophets."
- Matthew 7:12(less)
Jason M Smith If you read carefully, there is a little easter egg about this hidden in the book of Mathew. While giving his final sermon on the mound Jesus says:
…moreIf you read carefully, there is a little easter egg about this hidden in the book of Mathew. While giving his final sermon on the mound Jesus says:
"For the Son of Man will come in His Father’s glory with His angels, and then He will repay each one according to what he has done. Truly I tell you, some who are standing here will not taste death until they see the Son of Man coming in His kingdom.”
So, obviously, the continuation of the story will happen within the lifetimes of the people present at the sermon of the mound. Unfortunately, this means the book is almost 2000 years late at this point. His publisher must be pissed.(less)
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