monostor wrote: "I believe that atheism is also a religion"pwned.
I presume then that you believe that not collecting stamps is also a hobby.
"I presume then that you believe that not collecting stamps is also a hobby. "
If not collecting stamps means declaring yourself specifically to be not a stamp collector and setting up organizations and tenets specifically geared towards not stamp collecting, and spend your days telling anyone who will listen about how you do not collect stamps, and complain against the post office for forcing you to accept stamps on the letters sent to your mailbox? Then yeah, not collecting stamps is a hobby. If all you do is simply ignore any stamps you find? Not such a big deal. In my experience, the average atheist has more to say about religion than religious people do. People who truly don't care are more apt to simply say, "I'm not religious."
Sunday, October 03, 2010
Couldn't Have Said It Better Myself
In the comments to this American Thinker piece a tired, lame canard answered: