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The Freedom From Religion Foundation is responsible for shit like this:

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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:

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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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Insanity123 Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
1) Yes, atheists can not run for any democratically elected position in six states, they can not join the boy scouts or girl scouts, atheists school groups constantly get rejected or prevented from being set up in schools. There are many instances of judges either denying parents custody rights because of their apparent disinterest in organized religion, or in other cases, of atheist parents being ordered to attend church so that their children can undergo "systematic spiritual training." And a recent poll by the University of British Colombia found that atheists are one of the least trusted people in the US. But no, no Christians are the victims here (You know who else is a victim in Merica? Middle class, white, nuclear family descendants of white flight era. They are the REALLY victims!)


3) I have never met in my entire life an atheist who gets upset when someone wishes them a merry Christmas. I live in a prodomentatly muslim area (I am an atheist) and I constantly get wished a happy kwanza. I don't care. It's as upsetting to me as someone wishing me a nice day. If I lived in a prodomentaly Jewish area I would expect people to assume I must to be Jewish and wish me a Happy Hanuka. If I lived in a prodomentaly Christian area I would expect people to wish me a Merry Christmas. If I lived in a prodomentaly Buddhist area I would expect people to wish me a happy Bodhi day. Honestly, I didn't even know about the supposed waarrr on Christmas (dum dum DUM!) until people started telling me how blubbering idiot Glenn Beck and sleazy douhebag bill O' Reilly started acting like atheists are the worst people on earth and want to steal Christmas like some Richard Dawkins version of the Grinch. So while I have never met an atheist who even gives a second though to someone wishing them a Merry Christmas. On the other hand, while I have met plenty of Christians who care about someone saying happy holidays to them. I once worked in a retail store in Texas, on the cashier I would wish people a happy holiday because in Scotland, where I'm from. People often say happy holiday because it includes Christmas and Hogmanay (both very important holidays in Scotland). Three fucking times some arrogant asshole wanted to see my manager over my "pc behaviour".



Son, having once living in the dictator funding, shitty, uneducated hick central dump that is the USA, I saw on a daily basic bumper stickers that said shit like "stop drop and roll wont work in hell" and billbords that say "if God doesn't matter to an atheist, do you?". Every state you drive through in America, guaranteed you will see at least five billboards advertising some Church that are passive aggressive, arrogant or hateful.
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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.

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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.
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Daniel-Gleebits Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
One of my own? Who do you think I am?

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theengineerman Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2014
Let's throw Christmas presents on them. That'll show 'em.
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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.
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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."
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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.
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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?
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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.
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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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MetalShadowOverlord Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2013
Actually, I'm shocked they didn't say "separation of church and state" since o one seems to care about the separation of state and church, if you get my meaning.
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Young-stoaty-chap Featured By Owner Oct 16, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
But the thing is, we will win in the end. We're growing and you can't stop us. 
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X12-1992 Featured By Owner May 17, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Btw im ok with being wished a Merry Christmas, just dont get offended if i respond with "Blessed Yule"
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X12-1992 Featured By Owner May 17, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
If the "war on Christmas" is simply a store deciding to say "Happy Holidays" so no one is left out, its not a war. its just being considerate of other people's feelings. Christianity isnt the most important religion, no matter what you think.
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Orangecraz Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2014
They want christianity out of the picture. If you get offended because I wish you a merry christmas, because there's a supposed "seperation of church and state" issue, then there's a problem.
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X12-1992 Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
I dont get offended if someone wishes me a Merry Christms. What imnsaying is stores ussually are made up of people from many faiths, and Happy Holidays is just a blanket term so no one gets left out. And there is no war, we just dont want religion influencing our laws. Just look at countries like Iran. E plurbis unum: Out of many, one. That was the national motto of America, and it should have remained that way. The only reason that it was changed to In god we trust (same with adding under god to our pledge) was because of the Red Scare in the 50s to 90s
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Orangecraz Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2014
Oh... Sorry...
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X12-1992 Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
For what?
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Orangecraz Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2014
...Assuming... Dang it, I say Sorry too much!
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sympatheticghost Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2013  Student Artist
I stopped celebrating Christmas, but my family hasn't and I'm pretty much guilt tripped into joining in the "family activities."
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Nicole-Lyn2 Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Just pointing out that, if I said that I had a pet ferret and you didn't believe me, it'd be my job to prove that I actually did have a ferret and not your job to prove that my ferret doesn't exist. And there isn't a war on Christmas . . . government officials or public places that represent all citizens, not just the Christian ones, aren't allowed to acknowledge one particular religion because not everyone is that religion and, once again, they're supposed to represent everyone. "Happy Holidays" and all that jazz is just people trying to be all inclusive, nothing more and nothing less. And this is coming from an atheist who loves Christmas and couldn't care less how you wish me a merry one and who also thinks that the FFRF is really stupid.
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BloodRedFullMoon Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Interesting, I didn't even know about them.
I do agree with many of their points, actually. Religious groups reserve for themselves the right to "educate" people all the time, while an atheistic view is often frowned upon, especially in countries like the US.

And while I do not presume to take the right for myself to tell people what they, individually, should believe, I do oppose organized religion, vehemently so. Look around, look at how much hate, bigotry, brainwashing and discrimination is caused by organized religion, religious ideals in places of power, in governments etc.

Humanity has evolved from the need of religion, especially organized religion. I think faith on a personal level is up to the individual, believe whatever you want, but propagating these ideals and trying to convince or compel others to join a particular faith, if they be willing or not, is wrong.
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Orangecraz Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2014
Yes, because they were all because the god that is literal pure love has been telling these people to go be hateful to everyone. It couldn't have anything to do with greed or lust or anger, or maybe the basic human instinct we seem to have developed that demands we all be judgmental. So you believe organized religion is unneeded because of all of the evil it spread. Then Atheism should be considered wrong too, since it's basic principle is why THE HOLOCAUST HAPPENED. And don't you dare tell me Hitler was a devout christian. He was an insane atheist who believed his efforts were helping the human race become superior.

I'm not saying you're wrong, it's just we have a right to convince people to come to our church. Denying the christian church the right to teach the gospel and make gospels of men is denying us our mission, thus infringing on our rights to practice religion freely.

...Looking back, I not seem to have started a rant on you. Sorry dear, you know how we over thinking individuals get sometimes...:iconfancydiscordplz:
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BloodRedFullMoon Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
How is your god "literally" pure love? Are you referring to the bible? Because if the bible shows one thing, it's that your god is a hateful, spiteful, mysogynistic, racist bigot.
By the way, I'm not implying your god told anyone to do anything. Do you even know what "atheism" means? What I'm implying is that religious organizations (take the catholic church, for example) have always been, and continue to be, responsible for misinformation, hate, misery and brainwashing. That has nothing to do with your god, and is a proven and demonstrabe fact (that means I can show it to you).

How is atheism's "basic principle" the reason for the holocaust? Again, do you even understand what the word means? There is no "basic principle" of atheism, other than atheism itself. I don't know what you were told, what you may have read somewhere or heard somewhere, but atheism is neither a religion, nor a worldview nor even an ideology. Atheism is one very simple thing, and one thing only: A single position regarding a single question. The question would be that of the existence of a god, or gods (this does not only include the christian god but any other deity as well - in this regard you are also an atheist, by the way, concerning every religion but your own), and the position is simple: Disbelief that such beings exist. The reasons for that can be plenty, from personal incredulity (which is not a very good reason, I'll admit) to probability calculations based upon scientific data, to lack of evidence for the existence of such deities.
Now, in light of this, please do tell me how atheism is responsible for the holocaust.

And by the way, Hitler was not an atheist. Please educate yourself on this topic before bringing it up, especially when bringing it up to a german (unlike you guys, we learn about that shit in school very extensively).
Hitler was outwardly indeed a devout christian, albeit mostly so he had a means of controlling the church and because it was the norm in those days and would have reflected badly upon him otherwise.
What Hitler was, though, was a theist. He did believe in a single god, maybe even the christian one, but did not follow christian doctrine and actually despised the catholic church, since it was something that originated from the jews. In many ways, I gues you could call him a deist, but that's not completely true, either. The point is, though, that he was a religiously motivated maniac, certainly not an atheist. There are numerous quotes collected from private conversations with him that I could refer you to that support this, so if you care to learn something I'd be happy to give you some.

"it's just we have a right to convince people to come to our church."
See, that's where I disagree. Anyone who wants to join your church, or any other church for that matter, should be perfectly free to do so. But what you call "convincing" is, in reality, often more close to "pressuring". I've seen this especially in america when I spent a year there, that not joining any church or even proclaiming openly to be an atheist will socially stigmatize people and basically make them outcasts in their community. That aside, the indoctrination of children is also common practice, a common practice I personally consider child abuse.
Plus, most preachers who try to "convince" people somehow are incapable of taking no for an answer.

See, it's simple, really. You have the freedom to practice your religion, but as it is, your freedom to swing your arm ends at the other guy's nose. You can do whatever you want, as long as you don't try to drag others into it if they're unwilling to do so. That's the problem, because your religion actively tells you to do exactly that: Drag people in who don't want to.
You have the right to do as you please with your religion, as long as you don't infringe on the rights of others to be free of your religion. That, by the way, also extends to absolutely any political involvement that is religiously motivated. Debates like the one about gay marriage, for example, shouldn't even exist, because religious organizations should simply have no say in the matter whatsoever.
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Orangecraz Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2014
I read over your argument in more detail, and I do have to say, you bring up some interesting points. Here's what I have to say.

1. I guess I forgot to explain in more detail. The Nazi party took one of the ideas of evolution, the idea that a species evolves by the weaker members being killed off, and took it to an illogical extreme, thinking they could "purify" humanity by destroying the "weak." They took the basis of evolution, and corrupted it until it didn't even look like they were doing anything but murder.

2. If he was religious, he must have been a loony maniac. I heard he despised religion in general, but I don't have a specific source. I'd say you have a valid point.

3. OK, I worded it wrong. I meant we are supposed to offer the invitation, then stop once they say no. I guess convincing was a bad word to use.

4. Yeah, I supposed I explained it wrong. Let me put it this way: I don't think God would be happy with us dragging unwilling people to church. They would only be serving half heartedly, or with more fear than honest praise. And if anyone thinks we should do that, I would disagree.

5. It took me a while to figure out exactly what you meant there, so I might have misunderstood something. You are saying that religious organizations shouldn't have any say because people should determine what's right based on our needs as a society today, rather than what some old guy once said about seven thousand years ago, right? If that's what you're saying, I perfectly agree with it.

Apologies for the last post. I was a little rude.
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BloodRedFullMoon Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Fair enough. Let's see.

1. Yes, that makes more sense. The Nazis did introduce some twisted form of social Darwinism - mostly stemming from a misunderstanding of the core principles of evolution, which they indeed thought to mean that the strong survive and the weak perish (which is actually far from the truth ... ). In that way, one could say that the discovery of evolution indirectly led to the holocaust (indirectly because the Naizs first severely misunderstood it, then proceeded to twist it further). But it's important to note that while understanding of evolution may lead to atheism, it's not atheism.

2. Oh, you bet he was a loony maniac. I don't know about him despising religion in general, but I'd say that's definitely true for the abrahamic religions - they all have roots in early jewish culture, after all.
But he definitely had this funny notion in his head that he was somehow chosen by a god (of whatever nature) to lead and make the world better and all that. Typical personal crusade, dangerously twisted in ideology.

3. Yep, it was. Offering such an invitation, once, would be fine. As long as the one doing the inviting can accept the fact that not everybody is or wants to be christian, totally cool with it. Sadly, that still isn't reality in many places.

4. Fair enough.

5. Pretty much, yeah. And in terms of things like homosexuality ... it's really none of their business in the first place. It's between those people who are homosexual, and those people alone. So the whole issue shouldn't even exist if you ask me. Do they love each other? Then let them marry, damn you! If a religious community doesn't want to marry off gays, that's fine as well, because in the end, they don't need a religious ceremony to be married, do they? And if they want one, they can find more tolerant churches as well. So everything should be fine.
But it isn't, because people still care more about what some old guy once said seven thousand years ago.

Ah, that's fine, I'm used to stuff like that by now ... ^^
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Orangecraz Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2014
Ah. Let me explain. We are supposed to invite people. If someone comes, great. If not, then that's sad, but what can you do? Your point on religious organizations is sound too.

For the rest, I'll just say this:

TOO LONG DIDN'T READ!!!
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BloodRedFullMoon Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
TL;DR, huh?
A sad little cop-out. Usually, people use it when they did read it but can't come up with a better counter. A lame excuse, nothing more.

If inviting people were all christians did, that would be fine. However, it doesn't end there, does it? You can pretend not to have read what I wrote in my previous post about socially stigmatizing and pressuring nonbelievers, but that doesn't make it go away. There's discrimination and hatred against those who do not share your faith. Very evident, for example, in a Gallup poll from 2012, where atheists saw more bias against them in political office than even muslims. So no, inviting people is hardly all you do.

Besides that, of course, the bible doesn't tell you to invite unbelievers, that's a blatant lie.
I'll quote you a few verses to show you what I mean:

2 John 1:9-11:
Everyone who goes on ahead and does not abide in the teaching of Christ, does not have God. Whoever abides in the teaching has both the Father and the Son. If anyone comes to you and does not bring this teaching, do not receive him into your house or give him any greeting, for whoever greets him takes part in his wicked works.

(Sounds more to me like you should shun and stigmatize unbelievers, you know ... and whaddaya know, it actually happens ... )

2 Chronicles 15:12-13:
And they entered into a covenant to seek the Lord, the God of their fathers, with all their heart and with all their soul, but that whoever would not seek the Lord, the God of Israel, should be put to death, whether young or old, man or woman.

(Yeah, very inviting. Death to the heathens!)

Psalm 14:1:
To the choirmaster. Of David. The fool says in his heart, “There is no God.” They are corrupt, they do abominable deeds, there is none who does good.

(A very blatant lie, by the way ... just in case you're one of those nuts who believe that every word of the bible is true ... not saying you are, but you never know ... ^^)

2 Corinthians 6:14:
Do not be unequally yoked with unbelievers. For what partnership has righteousness with lawlessness? Or what fellowship has light with darkness?

(Similarly ... it seems like the bible does a great job of telling people that anyone who doesn't believe in your god is a dark, tainted, evil bastard ... I'm on the verge of feeling slightly insulted here. The guys who wrote this were bigoted assholes with a group-thinking problem, clear and simple.)

I could go on, but as far as I can tell you're one of those people who hate reading, so ... that should suffice for now.
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FireFlyExposed Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
FFRF are a sad bunch of angry people ... reckon you can stick 'em right up there with the Westboro loonies
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Collectionman Featured By Owner Aug 8, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
You're a hater of Christmas?!
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zarhx Featured By Owner May 11, 2012
There's a difference between looking for a cure for a disease and sitting on my ass "having faith" that it will show up. If I'm a fucking scientist DOING MY JOB and testing shit finding cures, how is that just "having faith?" Relying on faith would be sitting like a dumbass at my bedside praying fora cure to fall on my stupid Christian head.

Your cancer argument makes no sense.
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MetalShadowOverlord Featured By Owner May 11, 2012
I'd ask the traditional, "You mad?" question, but....wow, I don't really need to. XD Go PMS elsewhere.
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zarhx Featured By Owner May 11, 2012
There's your fucking critique you requested, ^
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Pocket-fulla-shells Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
The Christmas trees, lights and most songs aren't really much to do with the original Christian Christmas anyway, they're whining about nothing
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MSKM2001 Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2011
If a person doesn't want to believe in God....that's fine but that person shouldn't be telling others not to believe in God.
This is America and people have the right to either believe in God or not to believe in Him. I'll share my faith with others but I will not force them to believe in God/Jesus.
I'll respect those who don't believe in God. But don't tell me that I should stop believing in God.
Praise God for this. We need more people like you standing up for God.
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zarhx Featured By Owner May 11, 2012
Yeah, this is America, where "under God" is RIGHT THERE in our pledge, but you don't have a problem with that, do you? Christians DO force their religion around. It's EVERYWHERE.
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MSKM2001 Featured By Owner May 11, 2012
Yeah well there is also a little thing called "Freedom of Religion."
Plus I am not the type of Christian that does force God and Christ down people's throats.
Plus our Founding Fathers used God's principles when giving birth to this nation.
Oh and yeah...the last time that I checked it was homosexuals and athiets that were forcing their agenda down Christians' throats.
They don't want us to have an opinion and freedom of speech. They want us to have the same mindset they do.


Now please...I am in no mood to fight with you.

I have the right to voice my opinion and I have the right to believe in God and worship Him but I will not force my beliefs or religion down anyone's throats.

Good day to you!
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Orangecraz Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2014
I think it's a case of both sides doing it. So really, it's nothing but proof of "not so different"
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MetalShadowOverlord Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2011
"I'll share my faith with others but I will not force them to believe in God/Jesus."

That's right! You can't force stuff like that on people.
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MSKM2001 Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2011
Praise God....thanks for agreeing with me.
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wolfplanet102 Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2011  Student General Artist
I was never insulted by a "Merry Christmas" when I was an atheist. It would make the person who wished it too you a bit hurt, more than the atheist. Hell, I remember an atheist mouthing off at a church because of the manger scene. A CHURCH! Groups like FFRF pissed me off. Yeah I was an atheist, but if you want freedom to believe in want you want, you're a hypocrite when you take it from other people.
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MetalShadowOverlord Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2011
"It would make the person who wished it too you a bit hurt, more than the atheist"

Huh? O.o I don't understand what you mean.

Actually, I should either modify this stamp or remove it. It's not really the FFRF that's doing it anymore (or as badly), it's American Atheist that seems to be blowing most of their time and money on this crap. Eh, either way, I guess it doesn't matter. At the end of the day, it's all the same.
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wolfplanet102 Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2011  Student General Artist
The person who wished a merry christmas would get more insulted than the atheist would.
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MetalShadowOverlord Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2011
Ah.
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KawaiiSpy Featured By Owner Dec 12, 2011
Atheists are just jealous they don't feel the all loving grace of God. That's all. Misery loves company.

HAPPY ALMOST FESTIVUS!!
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longwing Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2011
You certainly have got your lines crossed!

We don't have faith that there is a cancer cure. We are constantly developing new treatments. Hope based on evidence that the sick can be cured is a very different thing from having blind faith in a malicious, sadistic imaginary being. Faith is destructive while hope and knowledge is constructive.

Merry Christmas (I find it's a lot easier to piss off a bible basher than an atheist).
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kv-Angel-A Featured By Owner May 25, 2011
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RelativeEquinox Featured By Owner May 13, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
A-yeah. AA and FFRF are actually a religion unto themselves; they talk about God and Jesus more than the Pope, methinks XD
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whyhavedeactivedpage Featured By Owner May 5, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Happy Winter Solstice! =D
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