Religion vs Science

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Jesus and Mo

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  1. Jesus and Mo are great comics!

    The accommodationists (they are scientists who believe in God) have had a going at us “militant atheists” (as they call us) for a long time now. They bend backwards to say science and religion are compatible and we say, “Bullshit! “ They and the fundies pat each other on the back at the BioLogos forum (and other forums) and most of them have been bought by the Templeton foundation with big bucks. (Shows you how far religious morals actually go, I mean, buying an atheist to fight your battle, and some of the atheists just acquiesce; big bucks probably help.)

    I keep on thinking how irrational these assholes are. No matter how often you point out their fallacious arguments, they just shout harder.

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  2. Karl Giberson, from BioLogos fame (the blog where if you are nasty to Jesus and his disciples here on Earth, you get banned from the blog), admits now that he has been lying for Jesus. He has, in the past, been vilifying atheists. (Not that we care one little bit.) Giberson writes:

    “Christians have rules, which presumably are still in force on the Internet: One of the best known is “Love your enemies, do good to those who hate you, bless those who curse you, pray for those who mistreat you.” And yet the rule that many Christians seem to follow when they lay their hands on their keyboards is quite different: “Ridicule your enemies; misrepresent those who hate you; caricature and malign those that mistreat you.”
    “Or, as Daniel Dennett would put it, “Be a faith-fibber for Jesus.”
    “Confession, they say, is good for the soul. So Dan, I was a faith fibber. Sorry about that.”

    Clap, clap, clap; cheer, cheer, cheer. Banners are flying. Thrillsville!!

    Now let us hear the confessions of some other Jesus-freaks. But perhaps the Moon will fall on Earth tomorrow.

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