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#160 Debate - Matt Dillahunty vs Ray Comfort - Is There A God Audio Only - 2014 - YouTube →

Recently Matt Dillahunty and Ray Comfort had a ‘debate’ on a radio show. Or, more accurately, Comfort refused to address Dillahunty and took a dishonest approach by using the time to simply preach.

I figured since so many we’re laughing about that silly Comfort book cover going around, you should listen to the banana man himself. Enjoy!


thekillersofficial:

This is sick you’re a sick sick man

YOU’RE PLAYING GOD! WOE, THE HUBRIS OF MAN!

(via doinggoodwithoutagod)

Source : toptumbles
godlessmen:

Why do you love the devil?

Some favorites Emo’s (sic)Sport nuts (sic)…what’s a P.K.? Anyone know this one?

godlessmen:

Why do you love the devil?

Some favorites

Emo’s (sic)
Sport nuts (sic)

…what’s a P.K.? Anyone know this one?

Source : godlessmen

skeptictank:

astrotastic:

storyofagayboy:

Ladies and gentlemen… I present something beautiful from Bill Nye’s facebook

they LITERALLY JUST TOOK a SELFIE. the president a scientist and an engineer literally just took a SELFIE together. im so done. bye. im going to mars.

This is so encouraging

Somewhere a conservative creationist terrified of a secular conspiracy just shit himself.

(via evangotlib)

Source : storyofagayboy
godlessmen:

CVS has the worst book section

I’m sure there are no microscopes in the bible.

godlessmen:

CVS has the worst book section

I’m sure there are no microscopes in the bible.

Source : godlessmen

The Political Impact of the Nones | Fast forward | OZY →

1/5th of Americans identify with no religious group and of them, 68% don’t believe in god. You think politicians give a shit?

liberalsarecool:

YOUR bigotry is YOUR weakness, not a business plan. Don’t expect laws to justify how miserable you treat others. #sb1062

liberalsarecool:

YOUR bigotry is YOUR weakness, not a business plan. Don’t expect laws to justify how miserable you treat others. #sb1062

Source : liberalsarecool.com
gina-ndjuice:

What the… Is this real life?!? I’ve been following this blog for so long I’m freaking out ahhhh!

aww, look at that, the internets like me, they really like me!

gina-ndjuice:

What the… Is this real life?!? I’ve been following this blog for so long I’m freaking out ahhhh!

aww, look at that, the internets like me, they really like me!

Source : gina-ndjuice
A gay man in Arizona was refused service at several restaurants. An atheist invited him to his home to eat. Which of these was a neighbor?
Keith Giles (via gospelofthekingdom)

Well, if the Bible is right than any measure of inhumanity that pressures someone to renounce their sinful ways is an act of love, right? Is it loving for someone who actually believes there’s a hell to make a person destined for it feel welcome? That’s like just letting your friend drive drunk. It may seem mean at the time to steal her keys and hide them but I actually saved my friend!

Unless of course I’m mistaken and my friend doesn’t even have a car or there’s no hell and that’s a silly, childish belief. Better use a system for evaluating reality to determine the truthfulness of each claim before acting.

Source : gospelofthekingdom

How business went 'DEFCON 1' in Arizona - Alexander Burns and MJ Lee - POLITICO.com →

Religion and capitalism are certainly two of the biggest evils in our culture, but this article does a good job of showing why religion is really much worse. Business may be stubborn and greedy and manipulative, but at least when the culture changes, it eventually has to change with us. You can influence business with politics and protests and public shaming. Business is only successful because we participate in it an if you wanted to stop being a Penny’s family and start being a Sears family it wouldn’t really say much about who you are as a person.

Religion has no responsibility to you, filthy commoners. Religion is the master and it doesn’t change as society changes. It doesn’t grow or adapt, it plants it’s roots and calls itself a moral foundation. Everything about the language is sedentary. Religion seeks to change you and of religious fundamentalists don’t like the way culture is leaning, they dot adapt, they throw a tantrum as seen in Arizona. And if you want to go from being a Catholic to being a Mormon, that’s no easy transition. Your personal identity is wrapped up in being a Catholic. You’ll lose friends, people will think less of you, they’ll think something is wrong with you or that you’re setting yourself up for certain doom. They never say that about buying a pair of pants at the wrong store.