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Christianity Thomas on 05 May 2012 12:09 am

Stuff Christians Say to Atheists

An enlightening video:

Which ones do you hear or say most often?

56 Responses to “Stuff Christians Say to Atheists”

  1. on 05 May 2012 at 9:50 pm 1.alex said …

    Even though I’m not, I tell them I was born an atheist, same as everybody else in the world. My dead parents were the best and they were atheists. I’ll never see them again, just like the dead people in your life. Yahweh, Zeus, Ra, and Jesus are a bunch of bullshit. If you argue for one, prepare to use the same argument for all of them. Next.

  2. on 06 May 2012 at 1:04 am 2.Doug Fo said …

    I get

    “But you can explain all of why this(the universe) exists”

  3. on 06 May 2012 at 2:07 am 3.alex said …

    I don’t believe in Santa, but I cannot explain the gifts. You say Santa is the reason, you wanna prove it?

  4. on 06 May 2012 at 3:17 am 4.ReligionIsStupid said …

    I get “so, how do you explain…[x]?” where [x] is an argument from ignorance.

  5. on 06 May 2012 at 11:39 am 5.CWoods said …

    I often get, “But you’re so nice. You can’t possibly be an atheist.”

  6. on 13 May 2012 at 8:34 pm 6.skobru said …

    I get “but there is no such thing as an atheist” and “how can you be so nice or good without a god?” It’s like theists have a book of shit to say to atheists. WHAT TO SAY WHEN MEETING AN ATHEIST.

  7. on 14 May 2012 at 4:53 am 7.Seriously? said …

    You really need to write about this stuff. Prove to me that God doesn’t exist. you’re all a bunch of bitter people. God gave us freedom of will so if we mess up it’s not his fault

  8. on 14 May 2012 at 4:56 am 8.Seriously? said …

    What is the point of this dumbass site anyway. IF you’re questioning God’s existence it’s because you really do believe he exists. you’re just mad he isn’t what your “ideal” God should be. I don’t believe in Athiest. They’re full of shit. even the nice ones.

  9. on 14 May 2012 at 4:59 am 9.Seriously? said …

    BTW, how come no one is saying that the devil is a bunch of bullshit?

  10. on 14 May 2012 at 11:12 am 10.Anonymous said …

    Ah, the classic delusional response from an idiot.

    Seriously, prove your god exists or go back to the bronze age where your ideas belong.

  11. on 14 May 2012 at 2:43 pm 11.BrianE said …

    The devil is a bunch of bullshit.

    There, happy?

  12. on 16 Jun 2012 at 5:11 pm 12.Anonymous said …

    who ever is owning this website,better turn to God for i know u knew in your heart that God exist. its the very reason you try to prove it wrong like a skilled lawyer do. What Jesus promised to give us is His holy spirit not this worldly things.
    hope u r save in time.

  13. on 17 Sep 2012 at 5:23 pm 13.Sue said …

    Alright you have the right to do not believe, but what if you are wrong?
    Because if my beliefs are non real nothing will happen when I die but if it is true you’ll go straight to hell. Oh well. I rather have a God that I know that exists because He had proved His existence several times in my life. Somethings need to be believed to be seen.

  14. on 17 Sep 2012 at 5:36 pm 14.Lou(DFW) said …

    13.Sue said …

    “I rather have a God that I know that exists because He had proved His existence several times in my life. Somethings need to be believed to be seen.”

    First of all, your argument is old and stupid.

    Second, if god revealed himself to you, then why doesn’t he reveal himself to atheists? What makes you so special? Or is the most realistic explanation that you’re simply a liar and/or deluded?

  15. on 17 Sep 2012 at 6:01 pm 15.Anonymous said …

    Sue rather than tell people that they are going to hell. Why don’t you simply provide proof that this god of yours exists? Perhaps you like to feel superior, is that why you threaten but don’t provide evidence?

    While you are at it, how do you know you have the right god? Many people claim revelations from other gods, the odds of you picking the right one are slim. Also, are you a Christian? Then explain to us which of the 38,000+ different Christian sects has the correct message?

    So, Sue, even if gods exist, the chances of you picking the right combination are virtually zero. If hell exists it’s probably your destination too. But, no doubt, you “just know“ that they are wrong and you are right? Just as they “know” that you are wrong. That’s why it is a delusion. They can’t all be right, but they all can be wrong.

  16. on 17 Sep 2012 at 6:23 pm 16.DPK said …

    Sue, what if you’re wrong and Allah or Zeus is waiting for you when you die, and is pissed that you worshiped this Jesus fraud?
    The reality is, considering the number of “gods” that have supposedly existed throughout history, the odds that you have chosen the “right” one are actually pretty slim. And, do you think a being of such magnificence would really be so petty as to condemn you to eternal torment simply for not believing in him? That would make him a sadistic monster. Lastly, do you think a god who actually did demand unquestionable belief and worship would be impressed by someone who decided to believe because it was simply a safer bet?
    Your argument is known as Pasquale’s Wager and it has been thoroughly debunked and shown for the utter nonsense it is thousands of times already.
    Now, if you have any actual evidence that your particular god is real, we are waiting.

  17. on 17 Sep 2012 at 7:07 pm 17.Lou(DFW) said …

    16.DPK said …

    “Your argument is known as Pasquale’s Wager and it has been thoroughly debunked and shown for the utter nonsense it is thousands of times already.”

    Of course it has, but here’s Sue strutting in here as if she’s on to something new. That say’s a lot about who she is.

  18. on 17 Sep 2012 at 7:19 pm 18.Lou(DFW) said …

    7.Seriously? said …

    “Prove to me that God doesn’t exist.”

    Prove to us that Zeus doesn’t exist.

    Unless you do, Zeus is the real god, not your “God.”

  19. on 17 Sep 2012 at 8:50 pm 19.DPK said …

    you forgot to add, “ka ka ka…”
    D

  20. on 17 Sep 2012 at 9:34 pm 20.Burebista said …

    “Your argument is known as Pasquale’s Wager”

    lol, I laughed so hard I pissed in my pants. The argument is known as Pascal’s wager (after Blaise Pascal the brilliant mathematician) and has never been debunked.

    The argument is from a Christian POV which atheists are incapable of seeing. From the Christian perspective vs the atheist perspective, it is still today rock solid. That is, until you can prove it wrong?

    Anyhow, thanks to DPK for a wonderful laugh.

  21. on 17 Sep 2012 at 9:55 pm 21.DPK said …

    Again, you have noting to add except to criticize spelling errors? That’s sad.
    Yes, Pascal’s Wager has been thoroughly debunked.. in fact, I just did it. You are just to stupid or deluded to realize it.
    “From a Christian’s POV”… hahahaha… yeah, and from a ancient Greek POV all of these are irrefutable and rock solid as well:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Family_tree_of_the_Greek_gods
    Is that supposed to be an argument?
    That’s the best you got? No answer, no argument, no counterpoint? Just, “from a christian POV…”
    What a joke.
    D

  22. on 17 Sep 2012 at 10:08 pm 22.Burebista said …

    True DIK, you may have debunked Pasquale’s Wager but not Pascal. A spelling error is along the lines of adding an e, you added an entire new name. lol!

    You went here, right DIK and thought this was the wager didn’t you?

    http://agnostichicagokie.blogspot.com/2010/10/pasquales-wager.html

    What you should do is just fade away for a time. You have shown to be uneducated, unaware and unarmed for such discussions. You don’t even understand reasoning an argument from the opponent’s POV. Maintain a little dignity, walk away.

  23. on 18 Sep 2012 at 12:22 am 23.Lou(DFW) said …

    22.Burebista said …

    “True DIK, you may have debunked Pasquale’s Wager but not Pascal. A spelling error is along the lines of adding an e, you added an entire new name.”

    First, no, it’s not “an entire new name.” In fact, if I misspell Pascal in a certain way, my browser spell-checker will suggest Pasquale.

    Second, you been here long enough to know that DPK has discussed Pascal’s Wager before. So, you are being dishonest (what’s new?) in claiming that he referred to http://agnostichicagokie.blogspot.com/2010/10/pasquales-wager.html

    Third, Pascal’s Wager has been debunked.

    Last, you NEVER, EVER provide any evidence for your imaginary god. Burp, you are a lying fraud.

  24. on 18 Sep 2012 at 12:45 am 24.alex said …

    paskuals wager is irrelevant. you want me to bet on a bullshit reward of eternal bliss? if hell is unbearable pain and bliss is what?, virgins galore?, they would both converge, given enough time, into boring unbearable hell.

    dismiss the rest of the thousands of gods and just ask me to pick between christ and allah and i say keep your bullshit reward. i ain’t afraid and puhleez, i’ll put up my morals against any of you morons.

  25. on 18 Sep 2012 at 1:09 am 25.Anonymous said …

    In summary, the resident believer in a magical man in the sky has absolutely no evidence to present, so he returns to his standard riposte of name calling and complaining about spelling.

    Got it. No evidence. No proof. No god. Thanks for clearing that up for us.

    Meanwhile, Xtian hypocrisy comes out loud and clear. Muslims are chastised for being angry over ridicule being poured on their imaginary friend. Yet the self-same Xtians get bent out of shape over little things like not saying “Merry Christmas” and not rejoicing in the birth of their imaginary friend. They cry like little babies, even obtaining bans, when one of the funniest films of all time, Monty Python’s Life of Brian, doesn’t reinforce their delusion. You folks need to stop with the pious indignation and rejoin reality.

    These would be the same Xtians whose holy book is every bit as violent as the equally delusional Muslims that, somehow, they think are inferior to them.

    Newsflash: Christians, your religion advocates violence, misogyny, and condones slavery, and like all thousands of years old myths and legends, it’s all complete and utter nonsense. You’d have to idiotic or delusional to believe it to be true yet so many of you defend it because it’s your security blanket and convenient excuse to avoid personal responsibility for your actions.

  26. on 18 Sep 2012 at 2:21 am 26.DPK said …

    In reality, sir asshole Burpebista, despite what my ipad corrected “pascal” too.. I was in fact responding directly to the position put forth by 13 Sue.
    Spelling police and your empty yapping non-withstanding, here is the reality of the “rock solid” truth of Pascal’s Wager:
    IF the choice is between believing in god and not, the advantage proposed by Pascal of everything to gain, nothing to loose hold true ONLY IF:
    1. The christian god of the bible is the only possible god that could exist.
    AND
    2. That God requires that humans must believe in, and worship him, despite a total lack of evidence and the existence of multiple religions, all claiming exclusive access to the one true god.
    AND
    3. That God indeed will cast anyone into hell that does not believe in him.
    AND
    4. That god will accept feigned “belief” that is simply a self serving “safer bet” as adequate to earn eternal reward.

    So yeah, given ALL those conditions met, then Pascal… or Sue, if you prefer is absolutely right. And I’ve got a great deal for you on some prime Florida real estate.

    Now, Mr. Burpebusta… you can STFU, or continue to embarrass yourself with stupid statements about your lack of a detectable femur bone, from the Christian point of view, I suppose?

    From an atheist point of view, what we have is a situation where we know you have a brain, despite the fact that there is no detectable evidence of it.
    See, and you think we don’t accept anything on faith!

  27. on 18 Sep 2012 at 3:06 am 27.Curmudgeon said …

    Not only is DPK ignorant about Pascal he doesn’t even know what the wager is about. Sue is absolutely correct. I didn’t need a spell checker for Pascal.

    If she is correct, she goes to heaven and atheist go to hell. If she is wrong, she and the atheist get the exact same end. The wager is correct and so is Sue.

    Like to see one of these highly intelligent atheists to debunk that.

  28. on 18 Sep 2012 at 3:44 am 28.DPK said …

    Do you just yammer on mindlessly, or do you even read what anyone else writes?
    What did I just say?
    “So yeah, given ALL those conditions met, then Pascal… or Sue, if you prefer is absolutely right. And I’ve got a great deal for you on some prime Florida real estate.”
    The proponents of the “safer bet” theory imply the odds are 50/50. The reality is the odds are impossibly small that Sue is correct on all accounts in her bet.
    But what do you loose by believing anyway? Well you live the only life you have in ignorance and fear. You spend your life in servitude to a backward superstition.
    The same argument could be made for believing in Anu…. If you believe and he is real, infinite reward… But if you are wrong, you are no worse off, right, Burpee?
    Do you worship Anu, Burpibesta? If not, you have some explaining to do… Because you cant debunk that…. Can you, idiot?

  29. on 18 Sep 2012 at 3:53 am 29.DPK said …

    Oh.. Forgot, Burpee is now posting as Curmedegon. Funny how they all magically appear at the same time and finish one another’s posts…. Haha, busted again.
    How about you Curmudgeon? Can you explain to us, given the “rock solid” validity of Pascals Wager, why you don’t worship Anu, or Zeus? They are equally valid bets, and given the potential reward, you’d be stupid not to believe in them, right?

  30. on 18 Sep 2012 at 3:58 am 30.Anonymous said …

    Curmudgeon, you need to learn to read and think. Why you are wrong has been explained many, many, times.

    You believe in heaven? Angels and harps? You are either stupid or mentally ill. No competent adult could possibly believe that shit Come on. How old are you? Three?

    Anyway, now that you are back, it’s a year since you said you would provide evidence for your imaginary god. Even a total loser like you ought to have been able to make something up by now.

    So, come on, latest sock puppet, show us what you’ve got? Ah, but you have. You have nothing but empty air, empty threats, and an empty life.

  31. on 18 Sep 2012 at 12:10 pm 31.Lou(DFW) said …

    27.Crum said …

    “Like to see one of these highly intelligent atheists to debunk that.”

    It doesn’t require any “highly intelligent atheists to debunk that.” Anyone of even low intelligence, (what does that say about you and Sue?)can understand that the wager is “rigged.” In other words, it doesn’t reflect the true odds of the risk and reward. Furthermore, it assumes that there’s only one god – one who is allegedly omniscient, but who can’t see through a ruse as simple as a false belief just to get into heaven.

    Crum, you’re either incredibly stupid or a liar.

  32. on 18 Sep 2012 at 3:13 pm 32.DPK said …

    Still waiting for Curm or Burpee to explain why they don’t believe in and worship Anu, Zeus, or Ra… since it’s obviously a safer bet to do so, and after all, what have you’ve got everything to gain and nothing to loose? That’s based on your own “rock solid” logic now lads. Not even my idea… it’s yours.

    How about it boys??? Silence of the sock puppet time… once again?

    About time for Ben to show up and change the subject.

  33. on 18 Sep 2012 at 5:51 pm 33.Lou(DFW) said …

    27.Crum said …

    “If she is correct, she goes to heaven and atheist go to hell. If she is wrong, she and the atheist get the exact same end. The wager is correct and so is Sue.”

    Similarly, if you believe in Santa Claus, then you will receive presents from him on xmas.

    If you don’t believe in Santa Claus, then you will not receive presents from him on xmas.

    The wager is correct – you have nothing to lose (except for a lump of coal in your stocking, or should I say sock-puppet?) and much to gain.

    So, Crum, assuming that you want to receive all the gifts that you want, then you must proclaim to us all that you believe in Santa Claus.

  34. on 18 Sep 2012 at 6:16 pm 34.DPK said …

    Even if he doesn’t “really” believe, it’s a safer bet to proclaim that you do, because what have you got to lose, right?
    Same hold true for every possible god… it’s only prudent to believe in them all, because if you miss one, you risk eternal damnation. If they are all make believe, well you’re no worse off except that you have lived your entire life trying to please a whole bunch of completely imaginary beings.
    Oh, and then there is the whole “thou shalt not have other gods before me” thing… yeah, that’s a problem. Pick the wrong one, and you are doomed, even if you actually believe honestly and fervently.
    Fact is, if ANY god is real, odds of you getting it right are about the same as winning the lottery… meaning for almost all of you, you’re screwed.

  35. on 18 Sep 2012 at 6:26 pm 35.alex said …

    the premise is that belief in one of the gods will bring heaven. given that, it is safer to pick ONE god than to forego them all. the premise is wrong! heaven/hell is bullshit.

  36. on 18 Sep 2012 at 6:51 pm 36.DPK said …

    ahhhh! but what if that’s NOT the case??? Asumption upon assumption… what if god doesn’t actually punish those who do not believe in ANY gods… but instead only punishes those who worship a DIFFERENT god? Who’s to say, really?
    IF that’s the case… and that scenario is as likely as any other, considering the evidence presented… then it is much safer to not believe in any god than to risk choosing the wrong one?
    What’s a poor sock puppet to do?

  37. on 18 Sep 2012 at 7:04 pm 37.Burebista said …

    The atheists hall of folly is so enlightening. They cannot debunk Pascal’s Wager as they claim they had above; so they resort to changing the wager. At least they have admitted their own folly and now attempt damage control.

    The bilge pumps are failing.

  38. on 18 Sep 2012 at 7:08 pm 38.Anonymous said …

    Not believing in any gods due to lack of evidence – an honest position to take – sounds a far better proposition that (a) trying to take advantage of a supposedly-omnipotent deity by believing, or pretending to, simply for “insurance” or (b) pissing off a supposedly-omnipotent deity by selecting the wrong god or the wrong version of any particular religion.

    So, no, theists, you’ve got it all backwards. Should gods exist your chance of success is miniscule and your opportunity to invoke extreme retribution almost guaranteed.

    Going back to the topic of this post. Yes, Christians really do say some stupid shit in their efforts to convince themselves that their invisible friend is real.

  39. on 18 Sep 2012 at 8:06 pm 39.Lou(DFW) said …

    37.Burp said …

    “They cannot debunk Pascal’s Wager as they claim they had above; so they resort to changing the wager.”

    Nobody changed the wager. It remains as it was – rigged.

    “The bilge pumps are failing.”

    Yes, because they are dry. You, on the other hand, are sunk. The only way to save yourself from demonstrating that you are nothing but a delusional, dishonest, lying fraud is to present your evidence for your imaginary god – but you NEVER, EVER do, or admit that there’s no evidence for god. Which is it, coward?

    Yes, you are sunk.

  40. on 18 Sep 2012 at 8:48 pm 40.alex said …

    “They cannot debunk Pascal’s Wager as they claim they had above; so they resort to changing the wager. ”

    you’re a moron. i suggested A premise and another one was pointed out which has exactly the same probability and you’re thumping your chest?

    apply the wager to santa with the reward being a magical unicorn, would you bet? why not? you got nothing to lose?

    i don’t even give a fuck if you believe in santa, just don’t around trying to convince folk.

  41. on 18 Sep 2012 at 10:13 pm 41.Anonymous said …

    If Pascal’s wager is all these fools can come up with, it’s no wonder that believers are ridiculed in educated circles.

  42. on 18 Sep 2012 at 11:27 pm 42.Anonymous said …

    on 17 Feb 2011 at 12:37 pm Boz said:

    But alas! Once again the atheist suffering from dementia and myopia cannot see past the veil of their infinitesimal existence. As has always been the case today, in even in the days of the brilliant Blasie Pascal, the wager is made on the basis of the Christian worldview, not the myopic atheist worldview. Consequently, the wager is as solid today as it was in Pascal’s day.

    on 17 Sep 2012 at 9:34 pm Burebista said:

    The argument is known as Pascal’s wager (after Blaise Pascal the brilliant mathematician) and has never been debunked.

    The argument is from a Christian POV which atheists are incapable of seeing. From the Christian perspective vs the atheist perspective, it is still today rock solid. That is, until you can prove it wrong?

    Poor Horatio, his hard-on for Pascal means he is too stupid to even be able to run a sock-puppet without tripping himself up.

    Why do you even bother? All you do is embarrass yourself and all the other idiots theists who end up tarred with the same brush.

  43. on 18 Sep 2012 at 11:59 pm 43.Lou(DFW) said …

    42.Anonymous said …

    “Poor Horatio, his hard-on for Pascal means he is too stupid to even be able to run a sock-puppet without tripping himself up.

    Why do you even bother? All you do is embarrass yourself and all the other idiots theists who end up tarred with the same brush.”

    I posted it before and I’ll post it again – he’s too stupid to realize how stupid he is.

  44. on 19 Sep 2012 at 12:38 am 44.DPK said …

    I think perhaps burpebistro perhaps doesn’t comprehend the meaning of “debunk”. If he did, the only way he could write that “They cannot debunk Pascal’s Wager as they claim…” is if he was being flat out deviously dishonest.
    Hmmmmm.

  45. on 19 Sep 2012 at 1:03 am 45.Anonymous said …

    Dishonest or stupid, it all adds to the folly of even using Pascal’s Wager.

    First, it’s not a proof of any kind as it’s a rationalization of a pre-existing belief in a specific god. To use it as a proof shows both desperation and a lack of understanding.

    The other wonderful thing about a theist reaching for Pascal’s Wager is that it’s an admission that they have considerable doubt that their god exists, that their “faith” is on shaky grounds, and that their god is anything but benevolent.

    Pascal’s Wager is about the avoidance of punishment. Someone secure in their position doesn’t base their stance on “what if I’m wrong?” – that Christians do so shows that their motivator is fear. Being secure in the knowledge of a benevolent protector doesn’t lead to “believe just in case” – that Christians do so shows that they are aware that the description of their god is that of sadistic and brutal dictator. Having a solid foundation for belief obviates claiming a belief as insurance. That Christians suggest pretense as a way to secure redemption shows a disgusting lack morality inherent to the Christian faith.

    So, thank you Sue, Burebista, Curmudgeon and whoever else you are. Your insistence on the “rock-solid foundation” of a pre-scientific argument from the 1600s casts Christians as immoral, liars and cheats who cannot be trusted to tell the truth, even to the most revered of authorities.

  46. on 19 Sep 2012 at 3:36 am 46.Lou(DFW) said …

    44.DPK said …

    “I think perhaps burpebistro…is if he was being flat out deviously dishonest.
    Hmmmmm.”

    Of course Hor/Crum/Burp/Bozo/Has-Ben/ASStrophysicist/Xenonsense/Asher/etc/etc/etc is dishonest. Being a pathological liar about his sock-puppetry (not to mention his theism), he can’t remember all of his lies. When you tell the truth, it’s easy to remember. When you lie, it’s not. How many times has he been caught? This is at least the third time. He’s simply a miserable excuse for a human being.

  47. on 19 Sep 2012 at 3:45 am 47.Lou(DFW) said …

    45.Anonymous said …

    “…Christians as immoral, liars and cheats who cannot be trusted to tell the truth, even to the most revered of authorities.”

    Isn’t it ironic how Hor attempts to vilify atheists while justifying xtianity, all the while exposing himself and most theists for what they really are?

  48. on 19 Sep 2012 at 6:52 pm 48.Burebista said …

    #42

    Exactly what did you prove with two posters explaing to atheists Pascal’s wager? Would you be attempting to claim they are the same individual. If so, where are the obvious signs.

    Is this the strategy to deflect the atheist ignorance on the subject?

    You have shown you have much idle time on your hands.

    The despadation of children covering their tracks on pasqueltrony’s wager.

    looks

  49. on 19 Sep 2012 at 8:09 pm 49.Lou(DFW) said …

    48.Burp said …

    “Exactly what did you prove with two posters explaing to atheists Pascal’s wager?”

    That you’re a sock puppet – not that it wasn’t already obvious enough, but those comments reinforced what atheists here observe whenever you post.

    “The despadation of children covering their tracks…”

    Indeed.

  50. on 20 Sep 2012 at 12:44 am 50.alex said …

    “Is this the strategy to deflect the atheist ignorance on the subject?”

    All personal gods are bullshit. Atheists are not experts on all gods. When a theist come in here spouting about Allah, Christ, Zeus, Ra, Odin, etc, atheists guffaw because it’s bullshit. I may be ignorant about Odin, but that it doesn’t legitimize. Same thing with Allah or otherwise.

    You say you believe in an impersonal God? How can I argue with that? But then again, it’s irrelevant.

    The hell/heaven carrot and stick is old and stupid. Try something else.

    “You have shown you have much idle time on your hands.”

    Presumptuous? Heard of multitasking? I bet while your other tab is loading that naughty stuff, you decided to come in here with your bullshit?

  51. on 20 Sep 2012 at 1:15 am 51.Anonymous said …

    “you decided to come in here with your bullshit?”

    Yes, because the honest and ethical alternative (something lacking in his Xtian practices) was to face up to his having been bested in the argument over Pascal’s wager. He’s also trying to deflect from being busted but he’s been outed so many times for the same thing that one wonders if he’s not punch drunk. Or stupid. Or both.

    Notice how he never takes on an argument, it’s all about avoiding answering questions lest he look a bigger fool that he does when he plays his game of evasion.

  52. on 20 Sep 2012 at 1:27 am 52.Lou(DFW) said …

    51.Anonymous said …

    “Notice how he never takes on an argument, it’s all about avoiding answering questions lest he look a bigger fool that he does when he plays his game of evasion.”

    He’s a scammer – that’s what outspoken xtian theists are. Not only does he try to scam us about his religion, but he also tries to scam us with his sock-puppetry.

    Dishonesty and deception – that’s his game.

  53. on 20 Sep 2012 at 1:48 am 53.Burebista said …

    Anonymous: “He’s also trying to deflect from being busted”

    So now I have been busted? Would that be from post #42 as well? Maybe you could spell out how this post accomplishes so many tasks.

    You ignorance regarding this pasqueltrony’s wager. has not been forgotten.

  54. on 20 Sep 2012 at 2:26 am 54.alex said …

    burebista, use the wager to bet on the gay god. if you’re right, you get a gay partner in gay heaven! what have you got to lose? do it.

    you think gay atheists will?

  55. on 20 Sep 2012 at 2:30 am 55.Lou(DFW) said …

    53.Burp said, with his fingers in his ears….

    “LA LA LA LA LA”

    Burp, as all scammers know, when all else fails, deny everything.

    “Maybe you could spell out how this post accomplishes so many tasks.”

    Maybe we could, but it’s not necessary because we see how it does. You’re busted, regardless of whether or not you see how.

    “You ignorance regarding this pasqueltrony’s wager. has not been forgotten.”

    There’s no such ignorance to forget. But your refusal to provide evidence for your imaginary god hasn’t been forgotten.

  56. on 20 Sep 2012 at 5:58 am 56.Anonymous said …

    Lou, you’re correct. He’s too stupid to see how stupid he actually is. Everything he says falls under the umbrella term of “shit Christians say to atheists“.

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