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toxic-guts:

ALLOW ME TO LAUGH FOR SIX THOUSAND YEARS

Yes! Thank you theists for finally designing this! I was worried my child would actually enjoy his childhood!

toxic-guts:

ALLOW ME TO LAUGH FOR SIX THOUSAND YEARS

Yes! Thank you theists for finally designing this! I was worried my child would actually enjoy his childhood!

justchristianstuff:

bufalobuddy:

justchristianstuff:

I laughed a little at this. Because apparently, making sense is entirely overrated.

If you make fun of our beliefs and so called “twisted logic,” how ever do you suppose we take you seriously in your beliefs?

I would gladly like to explain my beliefs, if you’d like to listen. I didn’t mean to start any fights, but when I hear an evolutionist try to explain to me how the world came to be, this is usually what they tell me. In the Bible, it’s made very clear from the start of Genesis that “In the beginning, God created the Heavens and the Earth.” It gets right to the point. When I hear evolutionists, atheists, etc try to explain their version of the beginning, they skip over some major details. For example, with the “Big Bang” theory, we’re told that basically, there was something called a “singularity” that appeared out of nowhere, which existed in a black hole. The “singularity” was supposed to be infinitely small, hot, and dense. Then, for reasons unknown, that “singularity” started expanding, eventually ending up at the right conditions for our universe after around 37 billion years. It’s amazing how many people think this makes sense, but there are many vital questions about it, and every atheist/evolutionist are unable to answer them.
Some of those questions are: Where did that singularity come from, and why did it appear? Why did it start expanding? What, exactly, are black holes, and how do we know they exist? How in the world did an inanimate thing (the singularity) “evolve” into the universe, and somehow create life?? That’s like saying something as dead as a rock suddenly expanded and turned into a deer. The list goes on, but I’ll keep it simple and leave it at that.  If you’d like to discuss this more, feel free to message me. 

These are the kinds of comments that give certain theists a bad reputation to atheists and people of varying beliefs. I didn’t comment on your picture to start a long discussion of the ins and outs of theology versus evolution. I simply stated that poking fun at what we believe is why we don’t take many theists seriously. And here you go again, after I mentioned absolutely NOTHING about my actual beliefs, explaining your reasons for not believing in evolution. I wouldn’t have a problem if you were posting that in response to another theist, if I had asked, or if I had tried to go against what you believe. But none of those scenarios are the case. What you believe in is none of my business, and as a stranger and a seemingly loyal practicer of your faith, I respect you and what you choose to believe in enough to leave it be and NOT start an argument trying to convert you, as you did me. That is not only disrespectful, but gives a bad name to you and other theists like you. A large number of Atheists go about their business tolerating and RESPECTING the counter-beliefs shared by a large portion of the world, yourself included. We would appreciate it if you did the same.

justchristianstuff:

bufalobuddy:

justchristianstuff:

I laughed a little at this. Because apparently, making sense is entirely overrated.

If you make fun of our beliefs and so called “twisted logic,” how ever do you suppose we take you seriously in your beliefs?

I would gladly like to explain my beliefs, if you’d like to listen. I didn’t mean to start any fights, but when I hear an evolutionist try to explain to me how the world came to be, this is usually what they tell me. In the Bible, it’s made very clear from the start of Genesis that “In the beginning, God created the Heavens and the Earth.” It gets right to the point. When I hear evolutionists, atheists, etc try to explain their version of the beginning, they skip over some major details. For example, with the “Big Bang” theory, we’re told that basically, there was something called a “singularity” that appeared out of nowhere, which existed in a black hole. The “singularity” was supposed to be infinitely small, hot, and dense. Then, for reasons unknown, that “singularity” started expanding, eventually ending up at the right conditions for our universe after around 37 billion years. It’s amazing how many people think this makes sense, but there are many vital questions about it, and every atheist/evolutionist are unable to answer them.

Some of those questions are: Where did that singularity come from, and why did it appear? Why did it start expanding? What, exactly, are black holes, and how do we know they exist? How in the world did an inanimate thing (the singularity) “evolve” into the universe, and somehow create life?? That’s like saying something as dead as a rock suddenly expanded and turned into a deer. The list goes on, but I’ll keep it simple and leave it at that.  If you’d like to discuss this more, feel free to message me. 

These are the kinds of comments that give certain theists a bad reputation to atheists and people of varying beliefs. I didn’t comment on your picture to start a long discussion of the ins and outs of theology versus evolution. I simply stated that poking fun at what we believe is why we don’t take many theists seriously. And here you go again, after I mentioned absolutely NOTHING about my actual beliefs, explaining your reasons for not believing in evolution. I wouldn’t have a problem if you were posting that in response to another theist, if I had asked, or if I had tried to go against what you believe. But none of those scenarios are the case. What you believe in is none of my business, and as a stranger and a seemingly loyal practicer of your faith, I respect you and what you choose to believe in enough to leave it be and NOT start an argument trying to convert you, as you did me. That is not only disrespectful, but gives a bad name to you and other theists like you. A large number of Atheists go about their business tolerating and RESPECTING the counter-beliefs shared by a large portion of the world, yourself included. We would appreciate it if you did the same.

raging-woodcock:

Girl look at that body,

Girl look at that body,

Girl look at that body,

We should probably call the police who knows how long it’s been in the river.