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Rationals Thomas on 10 Mar 2010 12:59 am

“A” Week on Facebook – 29 Mar 10 to 6 Apr 10

The goal:

If you want to help make it known that the world is full of people who are ‘good without God’ and who don’t need religion to influence their lives, then on Mon, 29 Mar ’10 join in and set the letter ‘A’ graphic to be your Facebook profile photo. As the ‘A’ appears all across the site let’s see how much interest we can generate during the week – have fun!

‘A’ Week on Facebook – 29 Mar 10 to 6 Apr 10

11 Responses to ““A” Week on Facebook – 29 Mar 10 to 6 Apr 10”

  1. on 11 Mar 2010 at 10:12 pm 1.GodsSoldier said …

    So what do we change our profile picture to if you want to be “good with God”?

  2. on 11 Mar 2010 at 10:52 pm 2.Observer said …

    GodsSoldier- I would suggest you portray yourself with a picture of a bull or horse’s ass, tail aside executing its intended purpose. That image would accurately portray you “good with God” types in a splendidly non-literate literal way. If you want something a bit less representational and more arty, may I suggest a large script zero with a diagonal slash? That too would accurately convey your essence to the internet.

  3. on 11 Mar 2010 at 10:54 pm 3.Observer said …

    GodsSoldier- I forgot to ask, are you Taliban?

  4. on 11 Mar 2010 at 11:01 pm 4.Observer said …

    GodsSoldier- Ultimately, you seem like a nice guy. You have fallen into the trap of ascribing the progression of humanistic values in Western society for Christianity. The reality, Christianity, the stuff written in the Bible is lunacy. Get rid of it. Adopt decent humanistic value, like the Golden Rule, and quit wasting money on parasitic religions. Think about it. There is no evidence, or need for “God”.

  5. on 11 Mar 2010 at 11:56 pm 5.Rostam said …


    How about the Dove? Ignore Observer, he is a bitter old codger who likes to drop by and hurl insults at beliefs he doesn’t understand. It happened to Jesus so count it a blessing.

    The golden rule finds its origins from the Bible so I agree apply it daily. It just wish more of the humanist would do the same!

    Observer are you secretly Hu Jintao?

  6. on 12 Mar 2010 at 1:46 am 6.Observer said …

    Rosta- The GR is earlier written in pre-biblical era Egyptian texts, and it is common to most non-Christian cultures with literacy traditions. HENCE, there is no predictive power for the GR with a specific religion, and we assume it is a humanistic, non-theologically inspired idea. There is nothing particularly original about the Jesus mythology either.

    It would be better for the world if I were Hu Jintao then on days like this where I am spending unconscionable amounts of time here I would be spending less time oppressing Han and non-Han alike!

  7. on 12 Mar 2010 at 1:47 pm 7.Rostam said …

    “we assume it is a humanistic, non-theologically inspired idea.”

    No, WE assume it is Christian tradition inspired by Jesus.

    Later Hu, have fun oppressing the Christians and counting the boys.

  8. on 12 Mar 2010 at 6:30 pm 8.Muslim is the true religion said …

    Actually Rostam, you are incorrect. it is a Muslim tradition inspired by Mohammed. Turn to the true religion and to Allah!

  9. on 30 Mar 2010 at 2:29 am 9.Anonymous said …

    God is real.

    All of the scriptures you’ve twisted. People are not perfect we know that right? So that’s why god says not to look at man he will fail but look to God be cause he is perfect. DURRRRRR your minister/priest isn’t perfect he’s HUMAN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    until you meet with god believe what you want then spit on the ground

  10. on 30 Mar 2010 at 2:30 am 10.Anonymous said …

    good without GOD?


    You will fail

  11. on 30 Mar 2010 at 2:44 am 11.A real-ist said …

    “good without GOD? NEVER!!!”

    So you are saying God created the good morals? Haven’t you ever thought that maybe having good morals, which man uses as instinct to survive, is what created the belief of a God?

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