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[Blogs] Soundbites for Defending Atheism

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Soundbites for Defending Atheism It can be difficult for atheists to explain their position and answer some common questions posed by religious theists. Part of the reason lies in the complicated natures of theology... http://atheism.about.../b/a/258797.htm

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This article features some great comebacks for those occasions when you are defending yourself against an attack from someone afflicted with religious beliefs.

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We are a Christian nation in the same sense that we are a white nation, and it no more justifies bigotry against non-Christians than it justifies bigotry against non-Whites.



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(e) [In answer to the question of why there is so much bigotry against Atheists.] The Pledge of Allegiance and the national motto teach bigotry against Atheists. They were passed during the McCarthy era to teach children that atheists are not true Americans, and they work.

Yeah, I mean, just listen to Bush Sr.  He's on the list:

http://adultthought....an_Taliban.html

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Broken Record.....
When disciplining children in school I occasionally sounded like a broken record. "No, you can't do this" "No, you can't do this". etc etc. I gave no argument...just repeated the rule or whatever. The kid finally got the picture(well not always.. :snork_lach: )

So sound bites are a good thing. We just have to say them like a broken record over and over again and not give an inch.


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