Another Compilation of Best Arguments and Comebacks from Several Prominent Atheists

Here’s another compilation of the best arguments and comebacks from several well-known atheists.

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The Oregon Shooter Wasn’t Out to Kill Christians

The video below, part of The Atheist Voice series, discusses how there’s no evidence that the Oregon college shooter was trying to target Christians:

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Christian Crusader Explains How, in His Future Theocracy, Dissenters Will Be Put to Death

Theodore Shoebat, a Christian extremist who’s on a perpetual crusade in his mind, just published a video in which he describes his future Christian society.

All you need to know about it is that anyone who speaks out against Christianity in that world will be put to death.

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Lax Email Policy in School District Leads to Dueling Christian/Atheist Messages Sent to Parents

Earlier this week, Focus on the Family sponsored a completely unnecessary “Bring Your Bible to School Day,” unnecessary because no one was ever preventing that from happening. But something’s gotta feed the persecution complex, so there you go.

For some reason, though, the event was advertised by the Folsom Cordova Unified School District (California) to all 20,000 parents in the system through a third-party email service.

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The Hypocrisy of “Progressive” Catholics

I was raised in the Catholic Church. It’s an experience I wouldn’t wish on anyone.

There’s nothing like being told as a ten-year-old that you’re going to hell because your parents don’t take you to Mass every Sunday. It’s a blast going to college and realizing your socialized worldview is inherently toxic. It’s a riot hearing friends deemed as sinners tearfully detail the abuse they suffered at the hands of their church and its community.

What fun.

I’ve been a lapsed Catholic for a long time, but for years, I clung to this idea that not all Catholics were bad. Most I knew qualified as what’s referred to as “cafeteria Catholics” — clinging to traditions that brought them peace while choosing not to believe some of the Church’s more offensive tenets. I’m sure those justifications make them feel better about claiming their Catholicism. It made me feel better not having to stand at odds with family and friends. I called it tolerance.

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