It’s a site of random atheist quotes. Quotes like the following:
The God of the Old Testament is arguably the most unpleasant character in all fiction: jealous and proud of it; a petty, unjust, unforgiving control-freak; a vindictive, bloodthirsty ethnic cleanser; a misogynistic, homophobic, racist, infanticidal, genocidal, filicidal, pestilential, megalomaniacal, sadomasochistic, capriciously malevolent bully. Richard Dawkins
People will then often say, “But surely it’s better to remain an Agnostic just in case?” This, to me, suggests such a level of silliness and muddle that I usually edge out of the conversation rather than get sucked into it. (If it turns out that I’ve been wrong all along, and there is in fact a god, and if it further turned out that this kind of legalistic, cross-your-fingers-behind-your-back, Clintonian hair-splitting impressed him, then I think I would choose not to worship him anyway.) Douglas Adams
I have examined all the known superstitions of the world, and I do not find in our particular superstition of Christianity one redeeming feature. They are all alike founded on fables and mythology. Thomas Jefferson
We must question the story logic of having an all-knowing all-powerful God, who creates faulty Humans, and then blames them for his own mistakes. Gene Roddenberry
As the title of the website may suggest, you take the point of view of an atheist interrupted on his day off by a missionary knocking at his door. As you progress through the story, you — in the position of the atheist — will make decisions about how to respond to discussion points you are presented with.
And as the Choose Your Own Adventure series were fond of saying, ‘You’re The Star Of The Story!’
This is such a great concept. I loved it so much that I spent the last four hours going through each scenario and every possible answer, just like I used to do when I was a kid ( I always cheated at the damned things ’cause I didn’t want to have to retread the same ground ^^).
What’s great about this is that it gave me a much more holistic, in depth view of the opposition’s opinions. It also gave me many many more good, solid counter-arguments – based on solid, rigorously applied logic and science.
I can’t recommend this site highly enough. It’s interesting, thoughtful, and it even manages to be extremely respectful (while still not pulling punches) – so you might be able to get a few religious nuts to sit down and realize what jackasses they are! ^^ *crosses fingers* I know it isn’t likely, but… hey, I can hope.
Either way, I certainly recommend it to anyone with atheist or agnostic leanings, anyone who argues with theists on a regular basis, or anyone who wants to better understand theist/atheist debate points.
Check it out!
Why do atheists debate, anyway? What’s in it for them?
If you’re wondering why an atheist would want to debate with a theist, check this answer out – it’s the most accurate one I’ve found.
Brilliant stuff. just brilliant. well worth a stop by. link here.
SWAG! STUFFS! AWESOME AND NIFTY PURCHASABLES! This is all stuff based around (and i believe going to support) iamanatheist.com, a really nifty little site about… you guessed it… atheism. They’re very unapologetic, and have a really funny sense of humor, too.
So of course the stuff is awesome. check some of this niftyness out.
Youtube user QualiaSoup is famous in atheist circles, and infamous in religious ones, for being meticulous, carefully researched, and damning in his proofs against religion and supernatural wibbly wobbly woo-woo set thinking.
here’s one of his videos as an example. I use him heavily as a resource when trying to figure out how to explain why something isn’t good logic. He’s very thorough and very easy to understand.
What if People Actually Treated Religion as Just a Metaphor?
And finally, an article about the religious secularism movement (Jewish Atheism, for instance), and how to tell the real secularists from people who just want an excuse to keep on keeping on with that old time religion.
Now go home and wank off to text porn about burkhas having sex with each other (or whatever youignorantpeople do), while the rest of the civilized world (including lapsed muslims) does it to good old-fashioned video porn.
P.S. – Note that I’m talking in the above about anyone using idiotic, nonsensical traditions (i.e., religion) as justification for censorship or restricting the rights of others.
I’m not going to make this a huge post, but let me clarify something here: I don’t think that the people doing this intend to harm the children, for the most part. I think that these people are most often simply delusional. However, I agree with Mr. Dawkins that inculcating children with these irrational, illogical, and downright primeval concepts is tantamount to child abuse. Especially the way these guys are doing it. Buh.
If you don’t like it, good. Because you shouldn’t like what these bastards are doing. *shudders*
A poor barber got kidnapped, beaten, had limbs broken, and to top it off was gang raped … for shaving the beard off of a kid who wanted his beard shaved off. And the kid had to convince him to do it, too. The barber didn’t want to bloody do it in the first goddamn place. He was just doing his job, giving the customer what they wanted. And he gets motherfuckin’ raped, beaten… *apoplectic fury*
Why, you ask, did he get that sort of retaliation for basically doing his job?
Ah. Well. Because he was a barber in a town made up of Islamist extremists, that’s why. And because some silly little rule in the Islamist god-book says you shouldn’t get rid of facial hair, or something. And of course the kid didn’t want to listen to the rule, because he was “moving to a modern town” and wanted to fit in. And the kid’s brother got pissed. Basically. So instead of taking it out on his brother (and if anyone is at fault here, it’s that little prick… WHY DIDN”T YOU GET THE DAMN SHAVE IN THE MODERN TOWN, JACKASS?!) *coughs apologetically* Sorry.
Now where was I? Ah, yes. So instead of taking it out on his brother, the older brother kidnaps, rapes and brutalizes the freakin’ barber.
Note to self: Never, EVER open a business in a town of religious extremists. EVER.