32 thoughts on “why are you not an atheist?

  1. Nothing I think is ever written in stone. If that’s narrow, then so be it.

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  2. Arkenaten says:

    I loved the one who said his wife would divorce him and the child support would bankrupt him if he wasn’t a Christian!

    And the Nob who walked away from a bike accident wearing shorts and a T shirt? Yeah, what a really sensible reason to believe in a god.
    I was tempted to tell him about what happened to the biker who hit a drunk pedestrian in front of the flat we used to live in many years ago.

    And he was wearing full leathers and a helmet.

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  3. too narrow? No, I just don’t believe in nonsense that there is no evidence for.


  4. foolsmusings says:

    The same tired lazy arguments. Mostly I could care less what they believe except when it is used as justification for truly horrendous behaviour.

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  5. Ron says:

    Strange. Wasn’t it Jesus who said, “narrow is the way, which
    leadeth unto life, and few there be that find it.”?

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  6. Best, most inerrant answer there is: “I’m hedging my bets.” This is why I’m a devout, radical Muslim who is going on a jihad against the evil, infidels of the West. Wouldn’t wanna die and have been wrong about THAT little detail of reality, would you? Great fucking logic, eh.

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  7. Labels, labels, labels…

    I once put a sticker on my rear bumper that read: “IF YOU DON’T LIKE THE SMELL, THEN STOP KISSING MY ASS!”

    Then, I paid $100 bucks to remove it. So much for labels.


  8. grabaspine says:

    Narrow minded? Amazing coming from those who believe “straight is the way, narrow is the path to salvation”

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  9. shelldigger says:

    Then I did mushrooms man, and was like whoa! Greatest reason ever lol!

    I swear the reasons read like a list of logical fallacies.

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    • makagutu says:

      Those reasons are great, I am surprised you don’t like them


      • shelldigger says:

        Oh but I do like them in an odd roundabout way, like how they make otherwise normal people seem silly.

        Just can’t use their faulty logic in my daily routine. It hurts my head.

        I have a question for you. If religious people were made aware of the most common fallacies they adopt, would they realize their logic is in error or would they double down? Or even project those fallacies at us?

        Rhetorical question, I’m pretty sure I have the answer already 😉


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