28th March 2010

“What I dislike intensely about religion are these great hierarchies of power and wealth that represent male homophobia and misogyny. And the way that religion imbues people's lives with guilt and sin.”

Anna Ford

9 Responses to “28th March 2010”

  1. Holysmokes Says:

    Yeah, but other then that, religion can be loads of fun! Just ask any of the pedophile priests!

  2. GoodWithoutGod Says:

    I’m looking forward to the wrath that is brewing against the RCC. The only concern I have is that it will leave a swath of gullible people available for Islam to take advantage of….

  3. solomon Says:

    Atheist are a bunch of people who have been swayed from the right path done by their own hands and continue all out to sway others instead of going back to the right path or repent,they refuse to, due to their arrogant & boastful nature just like their counterpart the Satan.

  4. John Says:

    World, I am so glad to be an Atheist! Thank you solomon: great teacher of islam; keeper of the truth and the light; believer in the “book of terror”; follower of one who marries a 6 year old little girl; then unites with her when she turns 9; one whom is forbidden to and thus never allowed to divert from the literal translation of the quran under punishment of death… for pointing out just how correct and right my free thoughts are.

  5. solomon Says:

    Allways citing the same old lies regarding Islam.Wait till you see the fires of Hell.Till then your eyes will poped out.

  6. John Says:

    I quote only as it is written in the quran and translated by a recovering muslin, old sollie.

  7. solomon Says:

    Splitting twisting tounge!!!

  8. John Says:

    See sollie… you lose.

  9. Pah Says:

    Sol baby says, “Atheist are a bunch of people who have been swayed from the right path done by their own hands and continue all out to sway others instead of going back to the right path or repent,they refuse to, due to their arrogant & boastful nature just like their counterpart the Satan.”

    There are over 3,000 religions with differing sets of dogma in the United States alone. The Mississippi Delta is the physical counterpart to the “right path” that religions take us from the course of being human. The mud of that great, huge delta corresponds to religious doggeral