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Tuesday, June 18, 2013

The dishonesty and hate of atheist hate group

http://www.wikihow.com/Persuade-a-Christian-to-Become-Atheist

Wiki how to page there's on how to destroy someone's faith and recruit them into atheism.

The first thing they say basically says 'we dont' care what's true.'

While it may seem like we should get believers to recognize the fallibility of their gods, and religions, remember always that belief is deeply personal and often connected to emotion. Believers will raise questions or personal experiences of their own to justify their beliefs. The atheist ought to be prepared with well constructed and emotionless responses to some of the more common issues theist's raise.
It's not necessary to "win" arguments of belief. Simply giving the theist questions to consider and opening their mind to wider possibilities should be enough.

 They list steps, the very first one says:

Think about your friendship. Are the two of you close? If not, try to increase your friendship before attempting to change their religious beliefs. Religious debate can be trying on even the best of friendships and a firm foundation to stand on could make all the difference if the outcome is not positive.
 what Friendship? what of friend plots and schemes to destroy the faith of the "friend?" what kind of "friend" sets out to take away from the other something that means everything to them just so the destroyer can vent his rage against religion? Another example of atheist dishonesty is atheist seeks to justify ridicule. Keith Parsons on Secular out post
Someone named Randal Rauser thinks I am being mean to fundamentalists:
http://randalrauser.com/2013/06/laughing-at-fundamentalists-lessons-from-john-loftus-and-keith-parsons/
I am. I ain’t a Christian. I don’t turn the other cheek or love my enemies or pray for those that say mean things about atheists.
What justifies ridicule? The ridiculous deserves to be ridiculed. Well, we should spare the innocent ridiculousness of those who cannot help it–the genuinely, pathetically dimwitted or uneducated. But pernicious, aggressive ridiculousness by smart, educated people who are attempting to foist their ridiculousness on the rest of us–that richly deserves ridicule. Those who attempt to use the power of the state to cram their fatuous, hateful ideology down the throats of everyone else–by having creationism taught in the public schools, say–are contemptible and fully deserving of contemptuous laughter. I heard Lewis Black do a terrific rant on creationism. Priceless.
- See more at: http://www.patheos.com/blogs/secularoutpost/2013/06/10/parsons-is-mean/#sthash.T3HLQIwc.dpuf



Someone named Randal Rauser thinks I am being mean to fundamentalists:
http://randalrauser.com/2013/06/laughing-at-fundamentalists-lessons-from-john-loftus-and-keith-parsons/
I am. I ain’t a Christian. I don’t turn the other cheek or love my enemies or pray for those that say mean things about atheists.
What justifies ridicule? The ridiculous deserves to be ridiculed. Well, we should spare the innocent ridiculousness of those who cannot help it–the genuinely, pathetically dimwitted or uneducated. But pernicious, aggressive ridiculousness by smart, educated people who are attempting to foist their ridiculousness on the rest of us–that richly deserves ridicule. Those who attempt to use the power of the state to cram their fatuous, hateful ideology down the throats of everyone else–by having creationism taught in the public schools, say–are contemptible and fully deserving of contemptuous laughter. I heard Lewis Black do a terrific rant on creationism. Priceless.
- See more at: http://www.patheos.com/blogs/secularoutpost/2013/06/10/parsons-is-mean/#sthash.T3HLQIwc.dpuf

Someone named Randal Rauser thinks I am being mean to fundamentalists:
http://randalrauser.com/2013/06/laughing-at-fundamentalists-lessons-from-john-loftus-and-keith-parsons/
I am. I ain’t a Christian. I don’t turn the other cheek or love my enemies or pray for those that say mean things about atheists.
What justifies ridicule? The ridiculous deserves to be ridiculed. Well, we should spare the innocent ridiculousness of those who cannot help it–the genuinely, pathetically dimwitted or uneducated. But pernicious, aggressive ridiculousness by smart, educated people who are attempting to foist their ridiculousness on the rest of us–that richly deserves ridicule. Those who attempt to use the power of the state to cram their fatuous, hateful ideology down the throats of everyone else–by having creationism taught in the public schools, say–are contemptible and fully deserving of contemptuous laughter. I heard Lewis Black do a terrific rant on creationism. Priceless.
- See more at: http://www.patheos.com/blogs/secularoutpost/2013/06/10/parsons-is-mean/#sthash.T3HLQIwc.dpuf
Someone named Randal Rauser thinks I am being mean to fundamentalists:
http://randalrauser.com/2013/06/laughing-at-fundamentalists-lessons-from-john-loftus-and-keith-parsons/
I am. I ain’t a Christian. I don’t turn the other cheek or love my enemies or pray for those that say mean things about atheists.
What justifies ridicule? The ridiculous deserves to be ridiculed. Well, we should spare the innocent ridiculousness of those who cannot help it–the genuinely, pathetically dimwitted or uneducated. But pernicious, aggressive ridiculousness by smart, educated people who are attempting to foist their ridiculousness on the rest of us–that richly deserves ridicule. Those who attempt to use the power of the state to cram their fatuous, hateful ideology down the throats of everyone else–by having creationism taught in the public schools, say–are contemptible and fully deserving of contemptuous laughter. I heard Lewis Black do a terrific rant on creationism. Priceless.
- See more at: http://www.patheos.com/blogs/secularoutpost/2013/06/10/parsons-is-mean/#sthash.T3HLQIwc.dpu
Someone named Randal Rauser thinks I am being mean to fundamentalists:



I am. I ain’t a Christian. I don’t turn the other cheek or love my enemies or pray for those that say mean things about atheists.

What justifies ridicule? The ridiculous deserves to be ridiculed. Well, we should spare the innocent ridiculousness of those who cannot help it–the genuinely, pathetically dimwitted or uneducated. But pernicious, aggressive ridiculousness by smart, educated people who are attempting to foist their ridiculousness on the rest of us–that richly deserves ridicule. Those who attempt to use the power of the state to cram their fatuous, hateful ideology down the throats of everyone else–by having creationism taught in the public schools, say–are contemptible and fully deserving of contemptuous laughter. I heard Lewis Black do a terrific rant on creationism. Priceless.
- See more at: http://www.patheos.com/blogs/secularoutpost/2013/06/10/parsons-is-mean/#sthash.T3HLQIwc.dpuf

he admits that not all fundies are stupid, but he does say most stupid people are fundies. hardly.


I wrote in the comments that this person was an idiot. then I said since you think that we have the right to ridicle people fro dumb ideas, I think your ideas are dumb then I can ridicule you.I know you will understand. of cousre they didn't. they just says stuff "Dumb or Metadumb." It strikes me at this point that this whole atheist thing is just an internet game for trolls. I don't think they are serious about atheism they want something to ridicule it makes them feel like big shots.

These are acts of hate, trying to worm your way into friendship with someone to destroy their straight, mocking people who disagree with you. That's duress.

6 comments:

JBsptfn said...

Here is a piece that Jime did about Parsons:

http://subversivethinking.blogspot.com/2011/02/keith-parsons-quits-philosophy-of.html

Metacrock said...

thanks.

here's the link

Metacrock said...

It's beginning to look like even the smart ones are stupid.

JBsptfn said...

An example of that to a certain degree may be Alex Rosenberg, author of An Atheist's Guide to Reality.

In this blog entry, Jime gives him credit:

http://subversivethinking.blogspot.com/2012/10/in-defense-of-philosopher-of-science.html

However, in his review of the debate that he had with William Lane Craig back in February, Jime wasn't very kind to Alex:

http://subversivethinking.blogspot.com/2013/02/review-of-debate-between-alex-rosenberg.html

http://subversivethinking.blogspot.com/2013/02/part-2-of-my-review-of-debate-between.html

Metacrock said...

In this blog entry, Jime gives him credit:

link 1

However, in his review of the debate that he had with William Lane Craig back in February, Jime wasn't very kind to Alex:

link 2

<a href="http://subversivethinking.blogspot.com/2013/02/part-2-of-my-review-of-debate-between.html:>link 3</a>

Metacrock said...

link 3