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… and that’s how the character on the left got kicked out of church.
(via Mimi and Eunice)
Hemant Mehta is the chair of Foundation Beyond Belief and a high school math teacher in the suburbs of Chicago. He began writing the Friendly Atheist blog in 2006. His latest book is called The Young Atheist's Survival Guide.
Wow, that’s what I did.
What’s the difference between a cult and a religion again?
And political clout
And political clout.
I’ve never found one.
There’s a difference?
A sad, but too often true reality in church. The unfortunate thing is, that is not at all the way its suppose to be.
it’s pretty funny how none of you is considering the right one as an atheist
the last panel is a dead giveaway.
Religion can very much be like a cult. My belief is that Christianity is NOT truly “supposed” to be like that, though often it is. Christianity is to be non-judging but loving.
Eggdude, The nice thing about atheists is that, even if one tried to tell you “what to think, who to talk to and what to believe”, no one would listen to him, he’d be slapped down with a hearty F**K OFF, and he cannot threaten them with eternal punishment if they didn’t. Try to herd a cat.
ponzi scheme testimony
Blessèd are the little cults, for such is the kingdom of fraud.
– Jesus, sermon on the mount (corrected)
Xianity? Been selling investments to rubes for 2,000 years — great track record. Lots of brand recognition.
“Jesus Christ” solid name recognition throughout Ameristan. Jeezzzzus! He can push product.
“Build up for yourselves treasure in heaven” by investing it with His proxies on Earth today!
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