11th September 2009

“Wherever we look, people claiming to have the 'Word of God' keep presenting words that reflect their own cultural, political, and social prejudices. A different 'Word of God' for every cultural, political, and social context. What are the chances that this isn't just lots of different people who have beliefs that they can't or won't be able to support, but hope to give exaggerated authority to by attributing it all to a deity who isn't around to confirm or deny the allegations?”

Austin Cline

2 Responses to “11th September 2009”

  1. CaptainZero1969 Says:

    “I distrust those people who know so well what god wants them to do because I notice it always coincides with their own desires.” – Susan B. Anthony

    Every priest, paster, shaman, fakir, mullah etc., are white collar criminals – spiritual Bernie Maddofs selling vaporware – without the vapor.

  2. Brian Delrosario Says:

    The theist defines right/wrong as what he feels God says is right/wrong. The atheist prefers reason in supporting his views. Your thoughts?