god hating atheist

If only one person in the world held down a terrified, struggling, screaming little girl, cut off her genitals with a septic blade, and sewed her back up, leaving only a tiny hole for urine and menstrual flow, the only question should be how severely that person should be punished, and if the death penalty would be sufficient. But when millions of people do this suddenly it becomes “culture” and therefor magically becomes less horrible, and is even defended by western “moral” thinkers, even feminists.
—  Donald Symons
It's okay. Offend me.

Most of my friends identify themselves as Christian. Since I identified myself as atheist, I’ve come to realize how quick they are to believe a lie and how sensitive they are to criticism. If I disagree with just a fraction of a belief, they turn on me. However, if I defend my position, I am the bad guy. It’s okay. I’ve always been the bad guy. So, when people criticize atheism without any understanding, I’m not allowed to defend myself. When atheists are to blame for mass shootings, I am not allowed to bring up the fact that the shooter is a conservative Christian. Who is in our prisons? Most believe in God. I can post a story a day of a pedophile pastor, youth pastor or outspoken Christian. I don’t do that because I want to show my friends I love them and not point out that Christianity is an excuse to be a horrible person as long as you ask him, not those you victimize and offend, for forgiveness. It’s so odd that the religion that preaches love, only knows how to hate.

The problem we have here is that the term “Good Christian” is an oxy-moron. In order for someone to be a good devout Catholic, they must adopt some rather hateful positions in life that discriminate against women, homosexuals, followers of other creeds, and especially atheists.

In order to be a good Christian, you have to be a hateful person.

PJ

anonymous asked:

So like. 1. As angelkin do you automatically worship god and hate atheists 2. Do you realize you didn't fall from heaven and instead you came from an egg and sperm cell? Dunno how "falling from heaven" works then. 3. If you're an angel like you say you are, do you talk to god cause if u do tell him I'm coming up

1. No, I was raised atheist. I see God as more of a ‘well, of course he’s there, idgf tho, he can suck it’ sorta thing 2. I know I’m not physically an angel, duh. This body definitely came from a sperm and an egg. This soul, however, did not 3. No, I dont talk to god. Id like to, though, ive got some choice words for him. Also, sounds like you got some problems of your own, so good luck with that- really.

Without checking, I predict that all of your questions will break down like this:

1. Questions I can answer quite easily, but you won’t understand it.

“If evolution is true, how come XYZ?”

2. Questions I can answer quite easily, but you won’t accept it.

“Where does your morality come from?”

3. Questions which no one can answer.

“Why do bad things happen to good people?”

4. Questions which are blatant ideological statements with a question mark after them. These pseudo-questions are called “rhetorical questions”. 

“Can’t you just accept Jesus into your heart?”

5. Questions which contain ignorant assumptions

“Why do you hate god?”

There’s this guy in my grade who always talks about how he’s an atheist and how much he hates God and he always starts fights with Christians, and he was doing that again today on the bus. And finally I spoke up and said, “You know, I don’t think you’re a real atheist. An atheist would say they don’t believe in a god they believe in science and that’s it. You always make it a major deal, saying how much you hate God. But how can you hate him if he’s not real? I don’t think you’re an atheist I think you’re a lost Christian.”
And after that he kind of just went quiet and stared out the window.