…. Or actually, I would say that the religion of atheism only arises against the theistic religion. There’s nothing that an atheist can argue which would be able to allow its brand of religion to escape it’s theological assertions. that is, only by reliance upon the ability for definition to indicate true things can we define ourselves into situations. But this does not get to the truth of the matter that atheism so vehemently often proclaims. Like Richard Dockins, his views on things are so myopic and stubborn, it’s almost ridiculous to read anything by him, that is, and less I’m trying to make a career out of selling books or writing papers. Which really has nothing to do with atheism. They would be more righteous calling themselves pure capitalists. 😁

The above is a comment i saw on Jim’s blog. There could be other bad ones, but this takes credit for appearing to have been generated by a bullshit generator. Having said that, the author must believe Turek right for arguing that atheists steal from god. Atheism however makes no theological assertions per se and if it does, it is show that the theologian has not proved their case.

And it is Richard Dawkins. And his books on biology and evolution make for very interesting reading. His books on religion or lack of it, not very much so but at least I am sure they are much better than whatever the author of the above comment can come up with.

And how many times must it be said atheism is not a religion? Maybe we can say with Peter, Paul and Mary the answer, my friend, is blowing in the wind.

About makagutu

As Onyango Makagutu I am Kenyan, as far as I am a man, I am a citizen of the world

23 thoughts on “Gibberish

  1. People like this piss me off. Atheism is simply a lack of belief that gods exist because there is no compelling evidence to show they do. Period. It isn’t “faith” that gods don’t exist–they might, I just fail to see evidence that they do. Atheism isn’t a “dogma”. It is a lack of belief that gods exist. I do NOT know for a fact that gods do not exist. I see no evidence that they do. Why is this concept so fucking difficult for these dumb-ass mother fuckers to grasp?

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  2. renudepride says:

    When I read the italicized portion of your post entry, I was thoroughly confused as I thought you were implying that the absence of belief was merely another belief. Thank you for your summary, my Kenyan brother! I agree with you completely! 🙂 Naked hugs!

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  3. basenjibrian says:

    Boy….that left me pretty confused. “Gibberish” is a good and simple description.

    I would agree with Nan that it is…OK…to be a little more dogmatic in lack of belief in the Christian God. Beyond that, as the resident Misotheist, I would say that even if one did believe in such an entity, the only moral course is rebellion. Because the root arguments of the Christian faith are…disgusting.

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  4. jim- says:

    I just read that again after willfully forgetting it. Thanks Mak. Haha. I don’t remember my reply. You remember which post it was on?

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  5. a very sensible response to that above mentioned bullshit generator.

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  6. shelldigger says:

    Well, it apparently knows words, but is incapable of stringing them together in a sentence, at least into something I can recognize as remotely intelligent.

    Gibberish indeed. Kids, that’s what religion does to you…

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  7. Ron says:

    “They would be more righteous calling themselves pure capitalists.”

    Ha! That’s funny. I seem to recall a group of evangelicals holding a prayer vigil in front of the Wall St bull circa Oct 29, 2008.


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