I have to do this way too often on my feed. - Wicho - Evangelical Pastafarianism
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- Evangelical Pastafarianism: I have to do this way too often on my feed. - Wicho
I have to do this way too often on my feed. - Wicho
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[brian hopper] - But when jimmy posts something about unbelief he gets told that its offensive and inappropriate and all his theist friends want to tell him he's mislead.
[james s. powers] - Actually < Jimmy knows about the 'hide post' option, so not only can he ignore it, but he doesn't hafta look at the stupid bullshit :)
[mike dame] - Now where is the fun in not calling them on their BS?
[chad finley] - If it pops up on my wall, it's fair game. They've got the right to post it, I've got the right to rip it to shreds.
[megan ratts] - I don't post rude comments on friend's posts. They don't post rude comments on mine. That's one of the reasons we're friends........Live and let live. If I was only friends with people who thought like me I'd be very lonely indeed.
[don hardee] - Jimmy is a pussy.
[julie croft powers] - Too bad that same friend is asshole enough to try to legislate those beliefs into laws against the civil rights of others - unless, of course, someone is brave enough to speak up and let that friend know that not all Americans share those beliefs.
[casey kay] - If only Christians were capable of this.
[misha wolynski] - So it's okay for Christians to post or imply that all atheists are going to hell, but the atheists should just take it and be quiet. Riiiight.
[mike nash] - Sadly, this is only a generalization. There are hateful atheists that are every bit as vociferous as their fundamentalist counterparts. Likewise there are people of deep faith that never discuss it or online.
[mike schmitz] - Militant atheism is far more entertaining.
[sol bean] - When beliefs don't restrict others' civil rights, sure.
[jeffrey horn] - Ignore them while they destroy our world, cause they're gonna be wit jeebus. okay. good on you jimmy.
[jennifer caldwell] - I have trouble sometimes learning how to let stuff go.
[marika howl] - I just hide them from my newsfeed, it's not really religious stuff as much as those dumb math questions or name a city with out the letter A in it. Ogod I can't handle it
[steve christensen] - Jimmy Lacs commitment
[jared sandifer] - Jimmy sees friends of his believe that likes and shares help starving children. Jimmy realizes that he needs smarter friends.
[kristina jones] - So why can't it be the other way around too?!
[hermes van beatmon] - Ya cant always take the bait, there is far fewer hours in the day than there is godly fuckwits posting on facebook. In regards to jimmy, he's an athiest but I'd think of myself as an anti-theist, I dont just not believe in god, I believe that following that made up fuckhead is harmful to the enlightenment of people. I aspire to be a post-theist, not holding my breath for that though.
[talia lauren] - I'm an asshole in my mind. Still an asshole though.
[jerry bosse ii] - If beliefs are allowed to be spread without criticism we will ensure ignorance spreads. If on the other hand we correct the wrongs - the world gets better and better each time. I'd say Jimmy lacks conviction - he needs to be confident in his own beliefs to share them despite other people's fallacious criticisms
[mo dex] - I think MOST atheists let it pass well at least the ones I see
[joel sassone] - Jimmy is a fucking coward.
[elmer best] - So the only good atheist is a silent atheist? All that is necessary for evil to triumph is that good men do nothing. Shame on you, Jimmy.
[naomi kuritzky regan] - Naomi is a Jew. She does the same thing. She has done this all her life. In fact, Naomi is married to an Atheist.
[glenn richardson] - This WHOLE thread is miss guided! The real issue is mythology versus science and allowing faith in the supernatural to guide social policy and scientific research/development. Allowing persons of superstition to interject their dogma into daily conversation under the assumption that everyone should be so hobbled in thought strikes me as irresponsible.
[eloise marie] - I find this to be contrary to what actually happens!
[cliff chanthalangsy] - Sounds like Jimmy needs some pasta in his life.
[angie rose] - I prefer the 'unfriend' & 'block' options, personally.
[griffin pendleton] - I don't mind people posting their religious posts on their Shares as long as it's not hateful or disgusting (Pray for this dead baby picture). One thing that annoys me is that conspiracy theories are becoming the new fad these days and it's spreading like wildfire turning nice people I once knew into screwballs who thinks the government and everyone else is out after them.
[shawnee casteel] - Jimmy limits the number of theists in his feed to close family and friends.
[paul blecha] - That seems to be all I do any more. I'm getting to the point of ignoring 95% of Facebook.
[amber miller] - If only my christian friends did the same for me. I post something and they delete me, lol.
[naomi kuritzky regan] - (And I have been bullied by *some* Atheists for my Monotheistic beliefs. Believe me, Jews don't go around recruiting people and/or preaching to them - I was just defending that not all monotheists are fundamentalist.)
[alex cherry] - Bull. If you're going to post something public about your beliefs, you deserve to hear the responses. Now, it's not cool to be rude about it, but you can disagree with someone's zombie jesus spam while still being polite.
If they don't want to discuss their faith, they can keep it to themselves. The prohibition on not discussing religion for fear of offending people is moronic and harmful - religious beliefs are not exempt from public criticism.
[liam o'flaherty] - Jimmy's too soft!
[shawn chapman] - Neither the existence nor the non-existence of God can be proven (or disproven). Whatever your beliefs are, at the end of the day, they are simply that. One's personal beliefs do not equal absolute truth.
[richard t. hill] - Good on you, Bob.
[serika squik mcbride] - I was raised not to pick on the less fortunate in wit ... so I leave religious people alone
[jill keller davis] - I am Jimmy. I also live in the Bible belt. Bummer.
[john douglas] - I sometimes reply with a quote from Lao Tzu.
[michael overholser] - Jimmy needs to evangelize
[judy dyke] - I'd like to hide these "bullshit" people. I can say nobody really knows . . . . so . . .
[roy beale] - Unless directed at me or denying civil rights I just hide it.
[john hunt] - https://www.facebook.com/RevJohnHunt/posts/3506465757807
[johann nutter] - So the two options are "be an asshole" or "ignore it?" I beg to differ.
[rosalind dalefield] - I do that for *friends*. Moronic strangers, not so much.
[john thé revelator] - As if Atheists don't profess and advertise their beliefs too.
[jeanne-marie peterson] - I just treat religious posts the same way I treat someone passing gas-- I politely ignore it.
[ella mangini] - The only time I will chime in and really lose my cool is when their children are being affected. Like when people choose prayer over medical help. Hasn't happened yet. None of my friends are crazy enough to try to pray cancer away.
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[wendell edwardsen] - Easier said then done.
Praying to Odin for forgiveness and to kill all my enemies ...........amen
[capt'n arrgh] - those that are good in their faith would not put him down for his... live and let live...
[kimberly breeze] - Except when they tell him he is a fool, the problem with everything good and that they're going to insist that their fantasies be included in the school, political unit, business that he pays taxes to support.
[renée du pont] - I lose about a Christian a month due to 'weak moments'.
[andy stoner] - More asinine and opinionated remarks to read on my time line..yay..
[chris thompson] - All things happen as they should.
[jerry bosse ii] - “Epicurus's old questions are still unanswered: Is he (God) willing to prevent evil, but not able? then he is impotent. Is he able, but not willing? then he is malevolent. Is he both able and willing? then whence evil?”
[jerry bosse ii] - There is a difference though - when you start saying there's a perfect being - we can prove you are wrong simply by pointing out we live in an imperfect world - unless you are willing to abandon reason in favor of your precious superstitions
[jerry bosse ii] - FYI - either - a) there is a god - or b) there isn't a god. Either a or b is true. And guess what? A is not correct!!!
[jerry bosse ii] - At least Glenn dewar understands HE doesn't have the correct answer
[susan ruffaner gahagan] - My beliefs on Facebook are that I think I spend way too much time on here and I'm kind of getting sick and tired of all the sophomoric drama.
[jeremy evilellis atwood] - we are better than that
[sydney householder] - Michael Overholser
[cody neubauer] - A better man than I.
[david ferreira] - not a day goes by without plenty of this
[brian villalba] - What If you believe that you are your own god
[barbara bettes] - You "have" to do this? You can't let others express their beliefs without "having" to ignore them (I take it you mean actively ignoring them, rather than just scrolling on past). I guess tolerance isn't in the pastafarian scripture, something like that?
[bob shook] - Jimmy is condescending.
[rene loveur] - Jimmy is a douchebag. Ignoring means letting them theists do more bad without doing anything against it!
[john daugherty] - But when they post anti-science crap?
[dale waldo] - That should go both ways. If they don't like what I post then just move on.
[jared thiele] - Jimmy better than me I guess