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When people ask why I have a problem with religion…

I am not the author of this image, it was sent to me in several tweets, it probably came from Reddit. The original image can be found here.

This is just a display of the evil things religious people do in the name of their god.

I wholeheartedly concur.

There is also a debate going on over at Facebook.

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9 Responses to When people ask why I have a problem with religion…

  1. Wow buddy. A picture says 1,000 words and this little gem of awesomeness says an entire library. Awesomeness buddy.

    Kriss

  2. Scott says:

    Yep, that pretty much sums it up.
    I’m sure the defensive response will be, “Well, those aren’t true believers who do those things.”

  3. Kunal Bhatia says:

    Thumbs Up, Plus, tweeted, heck I’ll do whatever it takes to spread this image.

  4. iisme says:

    Its not religion, it’s the people interpretting and applying it. im pretty sure not every believer agreed with the actions the pictures portray. theres good and bad in most religions. a hardcore atheist is as bad as a hardcore christian imo. im agnostic, and thats coz i *hope* so much for a type of heaven and understand the need for a reason to live. Coz I struggle finding one with my own intellect every day. Some call it depression. Others call it a need for structure. And for some, structure is what religion provides. Whether that results in good or bad will often depend on the context and interpretter. Thou shall not steal is one I still commit to coz I hope for heaven. And I think that’s a good result. As were mother teresa and ghandi. and you cant deny the influence of religion in their lives.

  5. Abby says:

    It’s things like this that make it easy to be atheist

  6. I can. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fvPwkaw1oRc Mother Theresa was a bit of a cunt.

    Gandhi didn’t believe in your god, and he didn’t rely on divine intervention. He relied on human nature.

    Morality thrives when there is no god.

  7. James Watt says:

    Thanks for linking my Facebook page from your post! It’s amazing how many people can look at all of this evidence and still continue to blindly follow an irrational belief that promotes such terrible things.

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