Thursday, May 26, 2011

The Stupid! It Burns! (free-rider edition)

the stupid! it burns! Get Real: Where American atheists go wrong
Where atheists go wrong is by not standing for anything – not doing anything or contributing anything of value to society. They tell us what they don’t believe and what they think we shouldn’t do in pursuing our beliefs, but what good have they done? Where is their charity? Their service to humankind? Their love?

Atheists should let go of their fixation on attacking people of faith and do things that give meaning to their own lives. They should stop distorting the facts about world history and current events merely to justify their baseless, in many cases Christ phobic, fears about what others believe.

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