04 April 2010

Australian religious D*ckheads' reaction to Rise of Atheism during Easter

Anglican Archbishop of Sydney, Dr Peter Jensen, says atheists hate God.
Cardinal Pell of St Mary's Cathedral delivered a similar attack on atheism in his Easter message yesterday. He praised government organisations "paid for by the Christian majority" for helping make the Australian way of life the envy of the world, but noted that atheists sponsored no community services.
The new Catholic Bishop of Parramatta, in Sydney's west, Anthony Fisher, continued the attack in his Easter message, "Last century we tried godlessness on a grand scale and the effects were devastating: Nazism, Stalinism, Pol Pot-ery, mass murder, abortion and broken relationships - all promoted by state-imposed atheism." [source]

Frankly, as pointed repeated by everyone who does not believe in a god that the position of atheism is that there is no evidence of the existence of a god. My position is that "no proof, no god". It is ridiculous to think that atheists hate a god which does not exist.

Christians believing in the writings of a few ancient people about their world using stereotypical religious beliefs of their time and we all are expected to bow down or suffer ETERNAL TORTURE. - Jave & Capricornrising

There are basically 2 kinds of atheists: 1. those who have a higher criteria of reliablity, and demand more than blind faith to accept the truth of a proposition; 2. those who question unlimited power, blind obedience and unswerving devotion to an unquestionable authority (remember: Power tends to corrupt; absolute power corrupts absolutely). - S.C. Chase

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