26 thoughts on “Rejecting God”

  1. Theresa has nice titties. Anthony apparently has a terrible set of blueballs πŸ™

    Here is another atheist / theist video. I like it much better, though it reminds me a bit of Theresa.

  2. Woosty, why are you cranky?
    well, the long answer would fill volumes I suppose, the short one, I am one of the 99%…


    I’d be cranky too if I wasn’t in shock. At least we have a big bench, come sit by me.

  3. Barney Collier,

    Your statement utilizes the logical fallacy of begging the question. It assumes God exists.

  4. Atheists often create a ficticious “god” that they use for rejection. It is their view of what God is, and what others say (atheist websites, etc…) instead of who God really is. Therefore, atheists are chasing their tail around in circles, aruging about something they don’t believe in, and it ends up being something that isn’t real. On the other hand, they won’t find the real God until they actually look. They have to look past all the noise or garbage and seek God. There are religious types, and then there are people that you know are Christian, because of their actions.

  5. Chris, “if β€œGod” always agrees with you, then you aren’t talking to God.”

    Excellent observation Chris.

  6. This is why I have a simple touchstone – does your religious belief make you feel uncomfortable at times? Not in the pathological sense(*), of course, but in the sense of “I should do more for that person” or “maybe they’re right” or the like.

    If it doesn’t, if “God” always agrees with you, then you aren’t talking to God.

    (*) Sadly it seems that most (not all!) of the vocal fundamentalists fall into the pathological case. Celebrating my condemnation does not make me want to fall in line with you. Important lesson of the day – you don’t have to know the right answer to be certain that some answers are very, very wrong.

  7. Lottakatz1, November 6, 2011 at 1:09 pm

    Woosty, why are you cranky?
    well, the long answer would fill volumes I suppose, the short one, I am one of the 99%…

    I have a toe-biter too….a hairy bad boy love muffin at cross purposes with his inner alpha-cat self πŸ˜‰

  8. Woosty, why are you cranky?

    That is actually one of my kat’s nickname: “cranky”. He has a very stern facial expression but he’s really a sweetie-pie. Except for the toe biting, he’s a toe biter.

  9. Excellent video Nal. I always figured that “they” take it way too personally but the actual mechanics are fascinating. Even if it’s not entirely on the mark it ‘s close enough to explain a goodly ration of the pathology.

  10. Over the years, I have come to realize the God that most of the fundamentalists worship has the disposition and temperament of a 12-year-old narcissistic diva. The creator of a universe of immeasurable size and complexity is going to get all pissed off if some little carbon based creature on a minor planet in a minor solar system in an average size galaxy draws a cartoon? The God who invented the physics of music, art and humor is going to be pissed if the music is not quite right, or there is a cartoon in a newspaper? That God–the one who is going to pay attention to how often one of the little carbon creatures gets down on its knees and genuflects to him/her/it?

  11. aha, another all or nothing anti-theist (cause they are all mean and beleive things based on wrong stuff…) argument. πŸ™‚

    I am a theist……..I used to be atheist……..then I *learned* some stuff.
    It did take quite a bit to move my a closer to my t. Luckily, I had more choices than just 2 objectified and clearly presented objects within which to operate my ‘free will’….(which as it turns out, was my theistical choice)….it had nothing atall to do with a romantic engagement with a non-existant self projection or fearful dangling of my internal yearnings for a reciprocal etude-dude. Mostly had to do with the horrid parry and thrust of others projecting their inner stuffolla onto me…and I think there is a lot of that going on out there. Belief is anti-thetical to compulsion. If it is a compulsion, it has little to do with free will. That said, not all compulsions are negative or fraught with ….stuff. If I knew everything there was to know in the world to present a clear choice….I wouldn’t *need* God, perhaps, maybe then i would *be* God, but then I wouldn’t have any time to enjoy G0d’s creation….which at the end of the day, is to me, more important. Maybe God is just what we need to say Thank-you to when everything finally does work out….or we are too happy to contain ourselves and there is a need to express that? Or really sad and hurt and lost and there is nothing else to turn to… Maybe I don’t *know* but I know that I *feel* and that counts too?

    We aren’t all nasty hypocrits….some of us appreciate that a person who is an honest atheist is deserving of respect and admiration (and even more so than those whose unthinking and unfeeling practice of fundamental anything is as good a definition of evil as any….)anyway, I’m giving my bean a rest for the rest of the day and going out to smell the fresh cool air and rain πŸ™‚ Maybe I’ll get lucky and meet Gloria…and she’ll have a friend ….

  12. Exactly why I have a policy against blind dates with both gods and lesser beings. πŸ˜€

  13. This explains a lot! No wonder god is always on the rampage! He’s rejected. πŸ™ It effects his brain chemicals causing resentment, anger, aggressive and antisocial behavior!

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