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Posted by confidence destroyer on October 22, 1999 17:59:07 UTC

: Why? Why if your so dead set in your atheist : ways do you even bother to argue with others? : You say that you are tolerant of others and : their beliefs, But you show such disrespect : to them. A persons faith, belief or religon : can't be wrong. If something good is done for : the wrong reasons, it is still good.

: Ps. O! By the way "WRONG"

Why, if you don't have any remotely thought stimulating to say (or anything that contains even a shred of intelligence), do YOU even bother to argue with others? A person faith can't be wrong even if it's accepted for the wrong reasons? So let me get this straight. You've openly admitted the error in your own standpoint, yet insist it's still OKAY to believe in them, because... aw, the little christian needs a crutch? Come to mama... mama knows child, hush... don't cry.

Give me a break!! If you're so damn sensitive about other people criticising your ideas, then you're on the wrong website pal.

Perhaps, "www.i'm friggen "RE"hab that can't defend my own viewpoint/homo/bumb-org" would be a more suitable website for you.

P.S. tenacious was far too nice to you, the others simply ignored you out of pity. Go home, and read a book.

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