Is America one of the most Christian fanatic country in the world? 29 replies

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SilentHitz

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#11 13 years ago
Delta ForceI like the ACLU, they are pretty cool. If one wishes to be religious they should do that on their own, not with others around. Religious people kind of creept me out. My own family creeps me out cause they are slightly religious (As in they ask me what an Atheist is, then deny the fact that I am one, then try to force me to go the church. Thank God that they never made me go to chuch. Yeah, pretty ironic there). People in general piss me off when they can't respect ones right to not be religous. You wouldn't belive how much religious shit goes on in my school (WHich is public) with the full knowlege (And even worst, approval) of the school administration. They got clubs for Christains and Muslims and openly advertise for them in the school. And pledge of alligence is so religous that even the patriotic person I am can't say it (Under God, just the mentality we need). So I am glad that some people are finally giving theists a taste of what it is like to be atheist. Cause it's hard out here for people like me.

ACLU KEWL?? Damn bro' , don't ya know the ACLU lawyers represent members from NAMBLA for free??? Yes the bunch of child molesters are represented for FREE by the kewl ACLU! They should be freakin' banned in the USA...JMO :rolleyes:




Joe Bonham

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#12 13 years ago
Delta ForceI like the ACLU, they are pretty cool. If one wishes to be religious they should do that on their own, not with others around. Religious people kind of creept me out. My own family creeps me out cause they are slightly religious (As in they ask me what an Atheist is, then deny the fact that I am one, then try to force me to go the church. Thank God that they never made me go to chuch. Yeah, pretty ironic there). People in general piss me off when they can't respect ones right to not be religous. You wouldn't belive how much religious shit goes on in my school (WHich is public) with the full knowlege (And even worst, approval) of the school administration. They got clubs for Christains and Muslims and openly advertise for them in the school. And pledge of alligence is so religous that even the patriotic person I am can't say it (Under God, just the mentality we need). So I am glad that some people are finally giving theists a taste of what it is like to be atheist. Cause it's hard out here for people like me.

Three paragraphs... each one contradicting the previous one. Priceless.:rolleyes: You saying how you like it when religious people are forbidden from practicing in public - then you complain that atheists are persecuted from practicing in public - then you go back to gloating about religious people being forbidden from practicing in public. Really - you have no idea what you're talking about. You accuse US of being bigots, but the only bigot here is you.




StrongBadian

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#13 13 years ago

I can see how we say "Under God" considering. . . A. The Founders of the Country Wrote it, and God knows they we're religious. B. Or Official Religion is Christianity. I would say yes, we are too Christian, but articles like these are only in Extreme, idiotic Church Groups. You don't see a lot of them in Public, they are kind of like Secret Societies. They are annoying as Hell, but they aren't very noticable unless you're really searching for them. Ave Satana!




mcderek3000

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#14 13 years ago

I can see that the makers of the jeans are offensive and immature, but what can you expect from fashion designers? They really should take the jeans out of circulation. The article, however, goes completely over the top. Most people would not even recognise this as a satanic logo until it's properly described to them - and would certainly not harbour any ill feelings towards Christianity just because an attention getter put a label on their pair of jeans. And all that 'all liberals are evil sataninsts, the Christ will destroy them on the second coming' stuff certainly doesn't lift my opinion of the author as anything more as an attention-getter. (reminds me of Jeff'n'Eddie) I think they need a smarter-sounding person to argue their cause. I suppose you could start a boycott on them. I haven't bought clothes from Nike for years. Sadly, American creed seems to be that anything offensive will be removed from circulation by negative market forces without the need for government interference. It hasn't worked for the more shocking Nike - it may not work for this label. PS Machiavelli's apprentice - you should come here to Australia and see how bad discrimination against all religions except Anglican Christianity is.




Fez Boy

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#15 13 years ago

I would say that they're more Christian fanatics than any other country in the world but not through greater fanaticism, but through greater numbers. I know some extremely fanatical Christians (you may have heard my "God will save me from the motorbike" story) but in the UK, as we have (arguably) more cultural diversity and a smaller population, it balances out.




Young_Pioneer

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#16 13 years ago

I suppose it didn't need this article to answer your question, SW3D3 :) .




Young_Pioneer

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#17 13 years ago

I suppose one didn't need this article to answer your question, SW3D3 :p.




masked_marsoe VIP Member

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#18 13 years ago
StrongBadian. Or Official Religion is Christianity.

That would go against the 1st Amendment of the US Constitution.

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion




emonkies

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#19 13 years ago

At least we didnt start rioting and burning anyones embassies.




crzymnky

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#20 13 years ago

We certianly have a lot of crazy religious people here, look at Waco or Scientology.