Kurama_Otsutsuki

kurama_otsutsuki


Someone who hates humans, however, still unwillingly craves their attention

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Exterminate the squirrel 16 comments
kurama_otsutsuki · 53 minutes ago
I know it takes quite a bit of time, but the point is that it will reform over time. My point is that it was a natural occurrence - not necessarily a good one.
Not really. I wasn't allowed to play video games nor watch tv. 29 comments
kurama_otsutsuki · 54 minutes ago
Unfortunately, your god says that we should treat Christians with kindness and love and hate everyone else.
It is time we grew up 29 comments
kurama_otsutsuki · 55 minutes ago
Yet they've never offered anything of value in the last 2000 years? Your argument that "it brings people together" can be said of anything from "How to rape" forums to "How to make friends" wiki pages.

Religion thrives off of indoctrination. Pounding that it is true and everything else is false into a kid leaves people mentally scarred and they'll do the same to their kids. Theists are made through manipulation, ignorance, and self-loathing.
It is time we grew up 29 comments
kurama_otsutsuki · 59 minutes ago
"95% of people believe they are made of ice cream."
It is time we grew up 29 comments
kurama_otsutsuki · 59 minutes ago
Morals are created by the society and religion just takes the credit. That's why morality changes all across the world during different periods of time. The very fact that some people murder proves that morality isn't universal.
Exterminate the squirrel 16 comments
kurama_otsutsuki · 4 hours ago
Yet this ice flow is somewhat natural - the amount that flows into the ocean will be replaced by rainfall at somewhat of the same rate. The ice that flows into the ocean may also begin to freeze causing it to harden, upon which more ice will flow/precipitate onto it until a new shelf is built - albeit a weaker one.
Not really. I wasn't allowed to play video games nor watch tv. 29 comments
kurama_otsutsuki · 4 hours ago
Well, look at it this way: I haven't gotten banned yet and I have people who actually go around and dislike nearly every comment I make.

You take comfort from god? It sounds like you're emotions are influencing your decisions. You need a therapist, not an imaginary friend.
It is time we grew up 29 comments
kurama_otsutsuki · 4 hours ago
Fortunately, believing something does not mean it's true. I will take evidence over anecdotes any day.

And I mean it quite literally. If God came down to me and we discussed his nature and why I should worship him for a few hours, when he left I would continue to be an atheist because it was almost certainly a hallucination brought on by some drugs my brother dropped into my food. However, if said god told me facts that contradict known laws and turned out to be true... I still wouldn't believe as it is more likely that I developed an alter ego who dissected the current laws and discovered other things until they eventually dissolved into me. Proving God exists is almost impossible. If too many people see him then it was likely mass hysteria. It would need to happen on a large scale over a large period of time. He'd have to do things that are impossible repeatedly and they'd need to be studied by scientists to determine if they are truly impossible, godly feats.
Not really. I wasn't allowed to play video games nor watch tv. 29 comments
kurama_otsutsuki · 4 hours ago
*raises skeptical eyebrow*
I'll accept it for now. I'll be brutally honest: It sounds like a bitch cop-out because you realized that you couldn't give a proper reason that would satisfy you, much less someone else.
If it's shiny and not transparent then don't risk it 6 comments
kurama_otsutsuki · 4 hours ago
*puts tin foil in the bend of ceramic*
Such a good doggo 5 comments
kurama_otsutsuki · 4 hours ago
I'm so glad we made dogs.
Roses are red, God created us equal 4 comments
kurama_otsutsuki · 4 hours ago
Well, it's likely a symptom of self reflection...

Ya know? Taking hatred towards yourself for being gay and putting it on others.
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It is time we grew up 29 comments
kurama_otsutsuki · 4 hours ago
Also disagreement means very little. Opinions mean nothing. You must show why the argument is flawed.
It is time we grew up 29 comments
kurama_otsutsuki · 4 hours ago
And look at how terrible life they have as well. Culture(?)
Exterminate the squirrel 16 comments
kurama_otsutsuki · 4 hours ago
The land flowing into the ocean is the result of tectonic shifting which means just just about as much land is retreating out of the ocean.
Not really. I wasn't allowed to play video games nor watch tv. 29 comments
kurama_otsutsuki · 5 hours ago
As a final point, Atheism is not a religion. It is merely an aspect of a person. Atheism means you have no belief in a god. I am an Atheistic anti-theist. I do not have a belief in a god and also criticize religion and openly oppose it.

Atheism is no more a religion than those who believe that living inside is healthier than living in the streets. Atheists can be religious, however. There are religions that do not imply the belief in a god nor belief in any supernatural such as Jainism - which promotes peacefulness (Not Christian or Islamic peace - actual peace). Atheists form groups but that is not a religion either. Is Funsubstance a religion? Is Youtube? Atheism is an adjective - not a noun.
Not really. I wasn't allowed to play video games nor watch tv. 29 comments
kurama_otsutsuki · 5 hours ago
Why are you a Baptist? Who told you of Christianity? Have you researched other religions? Have you read the Bible? Did you understand the Bible? Do you know that the Bible would have you killed because you are a women trying to teach? Have you ever considered what would convert you? Did you even watch the end video I linked? If so what was the last being shown? What were his last few words?

Most important of these, have you considered what it would take to leave theism? Have you watched any videos speaking about the flaws of religion? I'd recommend DarkMatter2525 on YouTube. He never bashes any religion. He will merely take it down to an easy to understand level and show, through animation, the flaws of it.
Not really. I wasn't allowed to play video games nor watch tv. 29 comments
kurama_otsutsuki · 6 hours ago
I learned the evils of religion later. I learned how they became so popular - by killing those that were like me, those who doubted them, those who questioned them. I learned that they thought slavery was good, that defiling women was alright or at least had no real punishment. It hated other people for things they had no choice over. As a child, I never saw anything wrong with homosexuality - yet it claims that it is an abomination.

I became an Atheist because I realized that it was childish, arrogant, and evil. Someone whose therapist told them likely had ASPD - calling something evil and arrogant. I see no reason to believe in a god. I read the Bible. I plan on ordering a Qua'ran - and know I will have to hide it from my family because they will see it as the devil's book. I am not converting to Islam - I just want to read it.

I am Atheist because I crave knowledge more than threats hidden with kind words. I thrive for learning rather than being deceived.
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Not really. I wasn't allowed to play video games nor watch tv. 29 comments
kurama_otsutsuki · 6 hours ago
I immediately knew I was an atheism when my teacher read the definition - a flawed one but accurate enough. My teacher merely scoffed when she asked me what my religion was, she asked us to raise our hands, and told me that I had faith that my chair would hold me up therefore I had faith in god. I wasn't intelligent enough to think of a good counter argument at the time but that didn't change my mind. It was wrong on a fundamental level that I had yet to reach. I learned how the universe was formed. I learned why the Earth rotated around the sun. I learned that there was no need for a god. I realized that there were thousands of gods that all claim to be the creator of everything. I realized that religion was determined almost solely on geographical locations.

Continued...
Not really. I wasn't allowed to play video games nor watch tv. 29 comments
kurama_otsutsuki · 6 hours ago
I chose atheism because even as a child I saw there was no god - in a Christian family. I read the bible stories and they didn't make sense. Mr. [Something beginning with S] taught us that the Earth was billions of years old - not 6500. How did all the animals fit onto the ark? Why couldn't I see heaven in the clouds?

They were easily dismissed by adults as innocent questions of a child yet they never were able to answer me. As I got older, I began to learn. I learned the methods used to determine the age of the Earth. All the things that I learned from the Bible weren't, COULDN'T, be true. I began to understand that there is no need for a god. Everything that a god can explain science can do so better. And then I learned of Atheism. I learned that people worshiped other gods just as much as my family. I didn't know that people didn't believe in a god until I was twelve and learned of it in 7th grade. Continued...
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kurama_otsutsuki · 6 hours ago
Here is a short video clip that describes how I see religion. It is not implicitly against religion but it shows it for what it is and how it was created. It is only 40 seconds long yet describes it all very clearly.

https://youtu.be/ODetOE6cbbc?t=514
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Not really. I wasn't allowed to play video games nor watch tv. 29 comments
kurama_otsutsuki · 6 hours ago
This is a big world with plenty of Christians who hate gays and prance around declaring nonbelievers sinners and that their religion is the true religion. They may be a minority of the Christian population, but the fact that they are Christian means that a large portion of that community supports them.

I'll give you the final point. There is room for all religions and non believers. But only one of them can remain. By their very nature. Old religions want to crush and eliminate all Atheists while Atheists continue to grow. The number of Atheists has risen to a point where we have a large community and talk. Most Atheist encourage the spread of knowledge and dare I say enlightenment. Knowledge spreads and forces theists, on some level, to question their beliefs. Maybe the Earth isn't flat like the bible says? Maybe space isn't filled with water? Maybe there aren't any unicorns. All of these the Bible says exist but science has shown that they do not.
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kurama_otsutsuki · 7 hours ago
It's kinda why I see saying that the Lord is your Shepard shows their idiocy. A Shepard doesn't love you. It doesn't care for you. It is only using you and keeping you healthy until he slaughters you.

You are a sheep. Sheep are so stupid that they follow each other off a cliff and are extremely easy to manipulate and control.
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kurama_otsutsuki · 7 hours ago
In my experience, non-religious or atheists often know more about a religion then an actual believer. That's why there are non-religious or atheists. Unfortunately, Churches want people who only teach the small amount of nice things in the Bible. Some people say that as long as you know to treat others as you want to be treated and know Jesus is the son of God then you're Christian, but not really. You're taking a trait that almost all humans do and then sliding in something about god. "As long as you eat food and believe in Jesus then you're a Christian"

That's my one of problems with Christianity. Most "Christians" aren't as they don't even know the fundamentals of their religion. "I'm a biologist but I don't know anything about biology except that people have bodies" No, you're not a biologist - you're a normal person.

http://www.pewforum.org/2010/09/28/u-s-religious-knowledge-survey/
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