Bryan Cox, Freewind, Voiceofreason trolling in wrong place [Trollville]
These are posts moved from comment moderation panel from this thread, where the poster was exposed as a sockpuppet of an active account(odd). They are reposted here only because we feel bad for him that he is an adult crybaby.
(FROM MOD: Bryan, you asked what you were doing wrong? Here is your most recent post with the bullshit at the end and the beggining removed, and the actual issue at hand in the middle. I can keep doing this if your preferred method is to keep breaking the board rules by not logging in to your account. In your case your strawmen arguments and other loaded questions are being removed to save the community time. Should you want to make a fool of yourself, just follow the rules like you have been asked to... LOG IN TO YOUR ACCOUNT. We've posted your edited comments so you can have the discussion. You were also posting off topic in Kelly's blog, now you are in the right area, it's called trollville.)
Kelly, I'm assuming that you've read existentialist philosophy. Do you disagree with it? I've always wanted an atheist to tell me how they deal, rationally, with "good" and "bad". What defines them? As a fellow atheist, why should I agree? Is there an atheist out there that is honest enough with themselves to admit that there truly is no "good" or "bad"? When they attempt to make people of religion feel "bad", they are only appealing to religious ideals in doing so? I honestly think there is a sort of cognitive dissonance going on within hardened athiests. They enjoy criticizing others but forget to analyze their own beliefs in depth. Whaddya think?
Here's yet one more question for you. Atheists often talk of their morals coming from what is "good for the society". First, I'm not sure how they determine exactly what is "good". Can you tell me? Second, how can they say such a thing when they hold a small, minority view that goes against what the majority feel is "good"? It seems that if they were doing things for the "good" of the society they wouldn't be the vocal minority against the majority, they would instead fit in and do what everyone else is doing so as to fit in and not rock the boat. Otherwise, they cause turmoil and anger (as can be seen from the many of the comments from majority theists on the board and especially the banner up top. I don't see this as "good for the society" and I don't think the majority of our society sees it as such either. I think atheists are extremely confused about "right" and "wrong". They tend to pick and choose whatever suits their personal passions and then borrow concepts of "right" and "wrong", "good" and "bad" from the various ancient religions that permeate all societies in some form or fashion.
Look...I don't think you're bad people (regardless of how you view me), but I do think that you may not examine the problems of your own belief systems as much as you criticize the belief systems of others. We're all humans. We're all flawed. And so are all our beliefs about the world. None of us has a corner on "truth", only "faith", "hope", and "belief".
(FROM MOD: now do yourself a favor... stop bitching about how our site works, and deal with the issues. Stop whining that we remove any comment for disagreeing yet in the thread you are in we can all see that "The Saint" has his posts going straight through. Maybe if you followed the directions instead of being a whiny bitch, you too would have your rhetoric heard. Here is your fresh chance.
Mods, you are free to edit any loaded question he asks, any strawman, and any false accusation or libel, simply make a note that you edited his immaturity)
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