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follow were faith has been.
12-01-2008, 07:38 PM
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follow were faith has been.
you see a distinction of people with God and without God.evolution,you see people with God evolve with brains and also inventions,this proves God easily.but nobody will tell you this.maybe africa and the middle east just were not from the same monkeys.lol.do your own research and stop listening to muppets.

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12-02-2008, 12:36 AM
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RE: follow were faith has been.
Excuse me almost all the scientific societies of the world are predominanatly atheist or agnostic, they come up with your inventions, were are you coming from. plus the middle east and africa are probably some of the most devout in their religions around the world.

my atheism is just like your religion
only i subtract 1 one more god
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12-02-2008, 03:04 AM (This post was last modified: 12-02-2008 03:42 AM by smellycat.)
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we need tempting us christians,obvious.you keep dangling the carrot.but can,t do anything without God or christians.the middle east,africa are a majority muslim.but these will come a force soon with there athiest brothers and sisters who worship the money god.may God save your souls.

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12-03-2008, 12:33 AM
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RE: follow were faith has been.
Worship the money, what about evangeligists who raise money though religion, and the selling of indulgences by the catholic church. Also howe does atheism mean one must worship money, ive seen people of all forms of religion or non religion around the world worship money as one of the most important things in life or treat it as insignificant. you fail to make any connection between atheism or any other religion and materialism.

my atheism is just like your religion
only i subtract 1 one more god
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12-03-2008, 01:04 AM
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RE: follow were faith has been.
athos123 Wrote:Worship the money, what about evangeligists who raise money though religion, and the selling of indulgences by the catholic church. Also howe does atheism mean one must worship money, ive seen people of all forms of religion or non religion around the world worship money as one of the most important things in life or treat it as insignificant. you fail to make any connection between atheism or any other religion and materialism.
i watch God tv and think it,s a farce.these are in people,s faces 24/7,there like used car sales men after money.i don,t take any notice of what others do,i have my own mind.when there are 2 sides to a conflict,treachary is par for the course.

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