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Anti-FFRF Stamp by MetalShadowOverlord Anti-FFRF Stamp by MetalShadowOverlord
The Freedom From Religion Foundation is responsible for shit like this:


And billboards that say this:

[link] (This takes you to the main page of the FFRF homepage. Scroll down to view all of them)

And "beautiful" bus stickers:


They're going strong with a total of over 14,000 members...out of over 3 million Americans. These people are about as intelligent as the Westboro Baptist Chruch. (I'm propably going to get a lot of nasty comments for THAT one, but I don't really care (1))

Science cannot be used to disprove God. People say that there is no scientific way to prove God, but where is the evidence that disproves Him? Let's look at it from a different perspective:

There is no cure for Cancer, right? Well, let's rephrase this sentence: There is no proof for the existance of a cure for Cancer. We have faith(2) that a cure will be found, but there is no such thing discovered at the moment, but since we should be avoiding faith, like the FFRF says, then we should give up on the search for the cure, since it clearly does not exist based on the logic of said group.

My point? If people are still trying to prove the existance of a cure for Cancer, and people believe that a cure is out there, then why do people encourage others to stop believing in God? If you want us to use science to prove God's existance, then use that same element, the scientific element, and prove to me that He doesn't!

Merry Christmas.(3) Pass it on!

(1) Remember kids: It's closed-minded if you have faith, but it's open-minded if you harass Christians. (Funny thing is how they complain about being harassed by fndamentalist Christians...)
(2) Remember that faith is a belief not based on material evidence.
(3) One of the 1,001 ways to piss off an intolerant Atheist is to wish them a Merry Christmas.

Edit: I changed the last footnote to "intolerant Atheist" because many people thought that I was targeting ALL Atheists instead of the intolerant, anti-religious nutcases. I have no problem with Atheists, as many have already defended me on this issue in the comments.

Edit 2: Fixed the transparency.
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Daniel-Gleebits Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
There's no such thing as a war on christmas. Get over it.

MetalShadowOverlord Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2014
"The ones who are saying, "You can’t say 'happy holidays'. You have to say 'merry Christmas', because this is our season - this is the Christmas season." Well, it's not the Christmas season, it's the solstice season. And that's why it's not a war on Christmas. It's a war on the solstice, and the Christians started it" - David Silverman, president of American Atheist, during a Fox & Friends interview.

Sounds to me like one of your own, a prominent one at that, disagrees.
Daniel-Gleebits Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
One of my own? Who do you think I am?

theengineerman Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2014
Let's throw Christmas presents on them. That'll show 'em.
RandomPancake1108 Featured By Owner May 16, 2014
It's my right to Freedom of Speech to say "Happy Holidays."  Also, anyone who bitches about X-Mas should do their research.  X is the Greek character for Chi, which is their word for Christ.  Nobody is trying to take Christ out of Christmas.
crazyweirdogirlWHEE Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2014
It's funny how most people will think that if you're Christian, they can be as rude as they like because we're all just a bunch of misled retards. If you're a Muslim, however, they go to extremes to make you "feel at home" and to be tolerant of another culture. Why? One of Christianity's core beliefs tells us to be kind, gentle, good examples who treat people with respect even if they don't deserve it, and God will deal with people who hate us at the end of the world. Muslims, however, are told by their belief that non-Muslims are lower than possessions, and the Muslim community acts out against anyone who criticizes their religion. Violently. If you want to be pointlessly hateful and get out all your stress, which religion are you going to pick on? The one that will still treat you like a human being, or the scary one that will actually fight back? At heart, most anti-Christian people are bullies, but they are also cowards. I don't advocate hating anyone or anything belonging to a religion, and I don't advocate Christians starting to fight back with more than facts, statistics, or gentle replies; I just think it's funny how people go about being "politically correct."
SilentRisingSun Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I find it funny that on their homepage, it says "protecting the constitutional principle of separation of state and church".

Silly FFRF, separation of state and church isn't even mentioned in the Constitution.
Naki-Tori Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2013
Oh my God, I'm Canadian and even I know that it's part of the First Amendment. How dense are you?
SilentRisingSun Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
The First Amendment is about keeping the government from restricting freedom of religion, and protecting the rights of religious people to live according to their values.
SilentRisingSun Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Are you referring to separation of "state and church" or "church and state"? Because I'm pretty sure the FFRF means the latter.
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