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"Freedom from Religion Foundation" has a new billboard out saying " No one died for our sins" and "Jesus is a myth" Why is it that these godless urchins fell threatened by Christians ? They have nothing to fear from us, we only feel pity for them. And notice how the atheists never protest against the muslims ? Seems to me the atheists are also cowards, they're afraid of muslims, No religious faith and no balls either.

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"Freedom from Religion Foundation" has a new billboard out saying " No one died for our sins" and "Jesus is a myth" Why is it that these godless urchins fell threatened by Christians ? They have nothing to fear from us, we only feel pity for them. And notice how the atheists never protest against the muslims ? Seems to me the atheists are also cowards, they're afraid of muslims, No religious faith and no balls either.

We know we have nothing to fear from YOU. You are the most effective tool an atheist can have as proof of the idiocy of your movement. Afraid of Muslims? Ever hear of the " troubles" in Ireland? Christians afraid of and warring with other Christians. Just as Jesus wanted. Happy Good Friday! Mazel tov.

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"Freedom from Religion Foundation" has a new billboard out saying " No one died for our sins" and "Jesus is a myth" Why is it that these godless urchins fell threatened by Christians ? They have nothing to fear from us, we only feel pity for them. And notice how the atheists never protest against the muslims ? Seems to me the atheists are also cowards, they're afraid of muslims, No religious faith and no balls either.

Why do you feel threatened by a billboard?

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Dear 2Stupid4Words,

As usual, you are wrong about pretty much everything.

FFRF is as opposed to the Islamic myths as it is to the Christian myths; they're targeting the country's dominant religious myth for strategic reasons, so that their message will hit home to the greatest number of people. Putting up a billboard in a country where the majority of people self-identify as Christians is an act of courage, not cowardice. And they put their names to it.

FFRF does feel threatened by the constant attempts to force Christianity on everyone. You've already succeeded in putting "In God We Trust" on our money, half-forcing our kids to say "under God" every morning in school and making it so that political candidates are afraid to end any public address without saying "God bless you and God bless America." Those things are cause for concern, and we non-Christians are sick of it. So we're fighting back.

As to their message, the Jesus story is obviously a myth. You'll run away from this discussion, too, just like you ran away from all the other ones, but here are two of the reasons why it is obvious that the Jesus story is a myth, which never happened.

1. The premise of the story makes no sense. Supposedly, Jesus came to save the world from a hell his Father (really part of himself, somehow) created. A loving god wouldn't have a hell to be saved from, and he certainly wouldn't create it.

2. If you could somehow get past that ridiculous premise, there is another problem with the story. If there was a God who would send his Divine Son (self) to offer salvation to everyone who believed in him, he would make sure that the entire world heard the story instantly. In the Christian story, belief is a condition for salvation. So if God existed, and wanted to offer salvation in this manner, he would make sure that everyone heard the story. And he could easily do that. After all, if he sent an angel to tell Mary that she was to be the mother of Christ, he could as easily send angels all over the world to tell every people on Earth of this generous offer not to torment them forever in the hell he created. Yet somehow, when Christian missionaries encountered primitive peoples in remote areas all over the world during the centuries of exploration from the late medieval period well into the twentieth century, lo and behold! they had never heard the story. This is proof beyond any reasonable doubt that the Christian narrative is a fairy tale. It never happened. It is a cultural artifact that arose in a particular time and place, and everything reflects that obvious fact.

Of course, you could back off the story, as many Christians do when these problems are pointed out, and say you don't really have to believe in Jesus after all to go to heaven. But if that's true, then there was no reason for this ridiculous melodrama in the first place. Either way, the story is a fairy tale.

So why shouldn't FFRF tell the truth, in a culture where people seem hell-bent on believing that an obvious fairy tale is literally true? That seems like they're doing a public service. You should write and thank them.

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"Freedom from Religion Foundation" has a new billboard out saying " No one died for our sins" and "Jesus is a myth" Why is it that these godless urchins fell threatened by Christians ? They have nothing to fear from us, we only feel pity for them.

What do you pity them for?

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And notice how the atheists never protest against the muslims ?

Wrong again.

Has it ever occurred to you to get some facts before you post? The way you do things, some people might conclude that you think you're never wrong, and that if you just make something up, it will be true.

Seriously, does the truth matter to you at all?

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"Freedom from Religion Foundation" has a new billboard out saying " No one died for our sins" and "Jesus is a myth" Why is it that these godless urchins fell threatened by Christians ? They have nothing to fear from us, we only feel pity for them. And notice how the atheists never protest against the muslims ? Seems to me the atheists are also cowards, they're afraid of muslims, No religious faith and no balls either.

You call President Obama one vile name or another every day, and everyone who disagrees with you a loony. You're in no position to criticize anyone else for being angry, especially when you don't even know them.

As for courage, no one is stopping you from giving your real name.

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You call President Obama one vile name or another every day, and everyone who disagrees with you a loony. You're in no position to criticize anyone else for being angry, especially when you don't even know them.

As for courage, no one is stopping you from giving your real name.

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You call President Obama one vile name or another every day, and everyone who disagrees with you a loony. You're in no position to criticize anyone else for being angry, especially when you don't even know them.

As for courage, no one is stopping you from giving your real name.

Says the guy who doesnt use his...... :mellow:

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Says the guy who doesnt use his...... :mellow:

No one uses his real name here anymore, including you. The point is, criticizing others for doing what you do yourself is hypocrisy.

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