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Guy pretending to be atheist enrages real atheists

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He thinks its okay to just mind his own business:

PROVIDENCE, RI—Casting serious doubt over his commitment, self-professed atheist Edward Horvath came under intense scrutiny Monday after sources revealed that despite ample opportunities, he has never once barged into local churches screaming that the parishioners are all “brainwashed fools.” “So-Called ‘Atheist’ Doesn’t Even Barge Into Churches Screaming ‘You’re All Brainwashed Fools’” at The Onion

Our old friend Darwinian evolutionary biologist Jerry Coyne was fretting recently over claims that new atheism is dying. P.Z. Myers has been holding forth on that subject.

The Onion has identified a possible cause: Lack of activism. Some of us are not sure how well Onionized activism would work for them.

If that’s the show, it’s already nearly over. The raging Woke are screaming about nearly everything now.

See also: The three living New Atheist figureheads deny that New Atheism is dead Not sure what the difference is between disappearing and diffusing “into the wider conversation.” Time will tell.

and

A shambolic atheist community faces some tough choices. In-fighting and scandal are tainting the brand

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7 Replies to “Guy pretending to be atheist enrages real atheists

  1. 1
    tribune7 says:

    Atheism is not just a faith but a delusional faith as it denies that it is a faith.

  2. 2
    Seversky says:

    It also denies that not collecting stamps is a hobby. But apparently some people think it is.

  3. 3
    ET says:

    That’s right. I make sure that we never have more than 10 stamps in the house at any one time. It is my hobby to make sure we never collect stamps.

  4. 4
    Jammer says:

    Things I’ve Seen Many Times
    Billboards Dedicated to Atheism
    Tattoos Dedicated to Atheism
    Sermons Dedicated to Atheism
    Videos Dedicated to Atheism
    Books Dedicated to Atheism
    Symbols Dedicated to Atheism
    Bumper Stickers Dedicated to Atheism
    Websites Dedicated to Atheism
    Murders Dedicated to Atheism
    Arguments Dedicated to Atheism
    Entire Identities Dedicated to Atheism

    Things I’ve Never Seen
    Billboards Dedicated to Not Collecting Stamps
    Tattoos Dedicated to Not Collecting Stamps
    Sermons Dedicated to Not Collecting Stamps
    Videos Dedicated to Not Collecting Stamps
    Books Dedicated to Not Collecting Stamps
    Symbols Dedicated to Not Collecting Stamps
    Bumper Stickers Dedicated to Not Collecting Stamps
    Websites Dedicated to Not Collecting Stamps
    Murders Dedicated to Not Collecting Stamps
    Arguments Dedicated to Not Collecting Stamps
    Entire Identities Dedicated to Not Collecting Stamps

    Atheism sure seems to have a big impact on people and society to be a non-entity, like not collecting stamps. But atheists say it, so it has to be true. The only alternative is that they’re delusional and/or dishonest.

  5. 5
    mike1962 says:

    I’ve never heard of anyone opposing stamp collecting.
    But I hear a lot of atheists out there promoting their views in a forceful way.

  6. 6
    Seversky says:

    Jammer @ 4

    Things I’ve Seen Many Times
    Billboards Dedicated to Atheism
    Tattoos Dedicated to Atheism
    Sermons Dedicated to Atheism
    Videos Dedicated to Atheism
    Books Dedicated to Atheism
    Symbols Dedicated to Atheism
    Bumper Stickers Dedicated to Atheism
    Websites Dedicated to Atheism
    Murders Dedicated to Atheism
    Arguments Dedicated to Atheism
    Entire Identities Dedicated to Atheism

    Things I’ve Seen Many Times

    Billboards Dedicated to Star Trek
    Tattoos Dedicated to Star Trek
    Sermons Dedicated to Star Trek
    Videos Dedicated to Star Trek
    Books Dedicated to Star Trek
    Symbols Dedicated to Star Trek
    Bumper Stickers Dedicated to Star Trek
    Websites Dedicated to Star Trek
    Murders Dedicated to Star Trek
    Arguments Dedicated to Star Trek
    Entire Identities Dedicated to Star Trek

    Atheism sure seems to have a big impact on people and society to be a non-entity, like not collecting stamps. But atheists say it, so it has to be true. The only alternative is that they’re delusional and/or dishonest

    Of the 535 Members of Congress, not one openly admits to being atheist and only one, Kyrsten Sinema, identifies herself as being religiously unaffiliated. So tell me which has far and away the greater influence in American society, atheism or religion?

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    galoobigboi says:

    “Of the 535 Members of Congress, not one openly admits to being atheist and only one, Kyrsten Sinema, identifies herself as being religiously unaffiliated. So tell me which has far and away the greater influence in American society, atheism or religion?”

    Atheism has been promoted,glossed over and sugar coated in academia and in the media for a while now.It has no use of congressmen,and never needed them to be touted on every media platform available,for at least a solid 30 years now.
    Now,if you want to argue that congressmen have more influence on the minds of the general public,and that their religious platform can be equated to the two entities I listed,well…Actually ,you might give it a go,even though that is doomed to fail.
    Seversky,I admire your commitment to engage on these forums…But you keep reminding me of this little dog one of my exes used to have.No matter how hard I kicked this annoying creature so that it would leave me alone,it would allways come back for more.
    Aren’t you tired of getting spanked all the time here?
    Atheists implying that somehow,they’re some kind of a “persecuted” minority in our societies…How do you guys convince yourselves of such nonsense?

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