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Christian: "being an atheist requires to much faith"

Started this discussion. Last reply by AgeOfAtheists14 Feb 17, 2010. 8 Replies

 

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AgeOfAtheists14 replied to Joe Henry's discussion Christian: "being an atheist requires to much faith"
"wtf!? faigh hugh!? "I have faith that..." and "I know that..." are not the same. one actually treads on society waaaay more than the other"
Feb 17, 2010
Skeptic replied to Joe Henry's discussion Christian: "being an atheist requires to much faith"
"Turek has a debate on youtube with Hitchens where Turek essentially runs through his points from his book(and yes, it is the same old tired stuff). I thought Hitchens handled it pretty well and really pissed Turek off. You could see how frusterated…"
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FreeThinker replied to Joe Henry's discussion Christian: "being an atheist requires to much faith"
"That's very true. Almost every debate I engage in with Christians ends up being about the cosmological or teleological argument (or both). They'll usually throw Pascal's Wager in there somewhere for good measure. Eventually, after…"
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Howard S. Dunn replied to Joe Henry's discussion Chistian: "being an atheist requires to much faith"
"It is a bizarre approach on their part - to belittle our nonbelief by suggesting it requires too much faith. WTF? I would simply respond - "Faith - nah? Just a lack of cowardice.""
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Seth Brown replied to Joe Henry's discussion Chistian: "being an atheist requires to much faith"
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Richard Healy replied to Joe Henry's discussion Chistian: "being an atheist requires to much faith"
"Could also point out, Atheism is an acknowledgement of an absence of faith not a faith in itself though it is often confused as such by people who don't know what they are talking about. Believers on the other hand of all stripes affirm belief…"
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Chistian: "being an atheist requires to much faith"

"I don't have enough faith to be an atheist""being an atheist requires to much faith"Maybe it is just me but it seems like I have been getting these responses a ton lately, I am curious what it is from and if this has been happening to any one else? I heard someone say it was from a book but I am not sure, could someone do you a solid and fill me in. Also what would be a good way of countering in it with a sort pithy answer? Thanks, Joe H.See More
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Joe Henry replied to Miriam's discussion ...You think too much
"I think this all boils down to the idea, if you like to have your beliefs in line with what is demonstrably true. Most Christians do not and they see the constant revaluations of beliefs that I see most Atheists doing as being way to invasive and to…"
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