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Debunking misconceptions – Atheist Sunday School

Like every Atheist Sunday School post, this is a work in progress.

If you missed our previous topic, you can read all about it here ➙ Do you believe in love?

Ok, let’s do this.

As you can see, this task is a little overdue.

I couldn’t have said it better, Rosa knew what I was thinking:

Indeed – we, as atheists, have it harder than theists when dealing with our mistakes.

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Thankfully, we can eat baby carrots and baby corn to satisfy our urge to eat babies. Ha!

We reviewed the whole “God is love” bullcrap in our previous Atheist Sunday School  Do you believe in love?

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8 Responses to Debunking misconceptions – Atheist Sunday School

  1. Lili says:

    The misconception that pisses me off is the belief that there are none of us in the foxholes. What? When did the military ban us from service??? Did any one of us that served stop being an Atheist because we got shot at?

  2. Dan says:

    The assumption that atheists hate god drives me insane. If you’re a christian, does that mean you hate buddha?
     
    Absurd.

  3. Monicks says:

    Oh! You are so right, Lili. I have not been shot at, but I had a terrible experience, you have probably read about it.

    And just like that, I was dead.

    I can’t wrap my head around the idea that just because you are in a terrible, life-threatening situation, you are instantly going to change your thoughts about what you haven’t been able to believe in during your “normal” day to day life.

    When did the military ban us from service???

    By the way, I recently read an article, “Atheists Unfit To Serve.” Let me try to find that link for you.

  4. Monicks says:

    Yes, Dan. Absurd pretty much defines everything that has to do with belief and blind faith. As soon as you start trying to find the logic in it, the whole faith thing falls apart.
    But, like I said in a tweet, if the god described in the bible existed, I’m pretty sure I would not like him much.

  5. Lili says:

    Please do! I would be interested to see this article.

  6. Lili says:

    Thank you! ^_^

  7. Monicks says:

    My pleasure entirely. 🙂

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