I find your ‘religion’ extremely offensive

Published September 7th, 2009 by Bobby Henderson

I find your ‘religion’ extremely offensive you are clearly making a mockery of Christianity and I feel this is wrong. You should be ashamed of yourself!

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275 Responses to “I find your ‘religion’ extremely offensive”

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  1. Benjamin Newman says:

    I would just like to point out that very few of the people posting in response to Cassandras comments actually read any of them it’s seems more likely, from reading all of them, that they skimmed, or to give more credit to them, did not understand those comments. I understand the mission of this site so anyone reciting once again it’s mission will have proven themselves unworthy of carrying out such a mission because of their inability to use simple logic skills required to identify a problem or suggest a meaningful solution to the problem, an important part of the scientific method.

    As for what version of intelligent design to teach in schools where it would be taught, no established theology would be appropriate. I believe that yours would be semi adequate. However, further abstraction would be required so as to make it more scientific. My suggestion is in 2 sentences say, “Evolution is a widely accepted and scientifically sound theory. There is also a theory that states that life was designed by some being.” This would solve everyones problems.

    Thank you.

  2. theFewtheProudtheMarinara says:

    Benjamin (#239) change your next-to-last sentence to “There is also a BELIEF that states that life was designed by some being” and we’re good. Not every belief is a theory, and science classes should not be teaching beliefs.

  3. bruceo says:

    JuulManden #238:

    Please cite your source that claims, “The romans have a record of putting jesus of nassareth (sorry if misspelled) on the cross. He was judged for claiming that he were the son of god.”
    I have never heard of this.

  4. Danimal says:

    @237.
    I’m glad you will give your children the option to pick their religion after 18 years of brainwashing.
    @239
    ID is not a theory, it is a fairy tale.
    Danimal

  5. Drained and Washed Clean says:

    238 – JuulManden

    Point noted. Where and how credible and unaltered is the proof? Just curious. Want to have all my facts straight when arguing!! :)

    So, I will edit my post: There is no proof that, if there was a Jesus, that he did ANY of the things the bible claimed. There is definitely no record of the slaughter of the innocents, and that was a huge part of the prophesy and story, so… that still puts a damper on things.

  6. Brian Printy says:

    There is no sound basis for teaching “there is also a theory that states that life was designed by some being.” Until such day that actual research based on actual evidence that actually lends credence to (what is now merely on par with belief in Santa Clause and the tooth fairy) creationism of or by deities or other magical beings, there is no reason to include even a hint of it in a science classroom. That statement would be misleading at best and a disservice to anyone choosing to think for themselves.
    Science is not a religion, not an entity, not even a particular group of people. Science can be practiced by anyone, it is simply the search for truth by means of gathering facts from evidence and experimentation. Creationism is a rigid, non-questionable, absolute, unwavering explanation for the beginning of time, the universe and this world based on nothing but ancient, superstitious, religious belief; no differently than creation by Zeus or ancient Roman or Egyptian gods would be viewed by christians. There is zero evidence for it. The fact that modern America has been inundated into the christian religion and many Americans have faith in the god of the bible does not make faith a credible substitution for facts or evidence, especially to an idea that frowns upon itself being questioned, examined, or doubted. Science demands examination, questioning, doubt, proof and reproof as well as the ability to change and adapt as evidence leads it to.
    School is for learning facts about real things, church is for believing mystical premises. Let’s not EVER confuse the two!

  7. Brian Printy says:

    O, and Dearest Cassandra, do you know what your religion is all about? Even Jesus, the professed “Prince of Peace” is quoted as saying he had not come to bring peace, but the sword. Christianity is all about violence, bloodshed, cruelty, murder, torture, slavery, gay-bashing, jealousy and intolerance, all condoned and orchestrated by your great, wise and loving, perfect God. ‘Nuff said!

  8. Brian Printy says:

    By the way, Ben, creationism is not a “theory”, it’s a belief. There’s a huge difference.

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