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[*] Post 323871 posted on 5-3-2008 at 12:30 Reply With Quote
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An interesting article that some may be interested in reading...

"Atheist bestsellers have spurred on protectors of the faith"

http://www.publishersweekly.com/article/CA6536518.html
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[*] Post 323876 posted on 5-3-2008 at 13:02 Reply With Quote


I was trying to avoid this thread because I didn't feel it was aimed in my direction.

But I was staring at it on the activity page, waiting for some one to drop another hook with a worm on it when something occured to me.

Why would they feel the need to defend God? I dont think atheists actually ever go out of their way to attack God. Why would they? We just sort of get on with stuff.

I suppose we may, occassionally attack certain aspects of organised religion, but isn't that a fair cop?
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[*] Post 323878 posted on 5-3-2008 at 13:06 Reply With Quote


This is pretty much my point.

I don't particularly want atheists to continually tell me I'm wrong, so why would I do the same for them?
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