Cheshire Cat
Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
3 years ago
1,330 posts

Hi Robin,

You know how much I admire your forthrightness! Tell it girl!

I think atheists are cowards.

I admit to having trouble understanding them, since I cannot look closely at a flower and not believe in God.

With no God and no accounting coming at any point, they can do whatever the hell they want to and never be held to justice or atonement. How convenient and how much easier life is that way.

That is exactly the first tenant of the Church of Satan, ie. "Do what thou whilst". They also hold to the second tenet of that church which is moral relativism ie. anything goes if you can make up stuff to justify it.

They may say they do not believe in anything, but their actions fit Satanism to a tee, which is sad, since some of them are actually very good people in many ways. I know several who give a lot of time and money to charity, believing we must make this life better for everyone, since it's all we've got. What's the point though, if this is it and then nothingness.......

Visitor
Visitor
@visitor
last year
303 posts

I have no room in my life for atheists, which unfortunately includes some of my family members. I'm not talking about agnostics. Agnostic means "without knowledge" and that's a fair thing to be. My religion is my lifeboat, and aggressive atheists are trying to throw darts in my lifeboat. 

Tundra2
Tundra2
@tundra2
last year
63 posts

I believe that people have a wonderful gift of being able to believe in what they want. 

With that comes the burden of having to respect others beliefs, no judging or expecting others to accept what we believe.   

I do not understand why someone tries to get someone else to believe what they do.

Hop Daddy
Hop Daddy
@hop-daddy
last year
896 posts

@hermes:

Very beautifully put. Are you a writer by chance? If not, you should be. You always post wonderful interpretations that are well worded. I always look forward to your posts.

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