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So Wise and So true! Even when we can't understand why, we have to remember that God protects us and knows things we don't. Thank you, Lord, for protecting my family!

Atheism, Religion, God is Imaginary. I have a dream that one day we won't kill…

Because once you have knowledge, you realize the idea of God & religion is a myth!

I was suspicious, even as a kid, of the fact that God forbade Adam and Eve from eating the fruit from the Tree of Knowledge.

Women should be praised for all they go through. You were made by a woman, why are you oppressing her? Without her YOU would be nothing. Learn to respect.

Misogyny and The bible - Women should be the first to quit christianity

Doing the right thing simply because it is the right thing to do.

The thing is, this is what can be summarized from the Bible. If we do good for just wanting a reward, we will have no reward for God can see that in our hearts.

Here are some stats on atheist discrimination...  - http://holesinthefoam.us/atheistdiscrimination/

Atheists Face Discrimination On A Shocking Level. I predict-believe-HOPE, that the 3 idiotic abrahamic religions will pass into the history books.

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This sums me up!

I will bow before no imaginary god and will not surrender my logic, reason and humanity to senseless blind faith.

<strong>Whether you agreed with him or not, Christopher Hitchens had quite a way with words.</strong> So to commemorate the life of the essayist and polemicist, who <a href="http://www.vanityfair.com/online/daily/2011/12/In-Memoriam-Christopher-Hitchens-19492011" target="_blank">died yesterday at the age of 62</a> following a long battle with cancer, here are 15 of Hitchens' most controversial--and unforgettable--bon mots.

The 15 Most Memorable Christopher Hitchens Quotes

One of the few Christopher Hitchens quotes that doesn't come across as overly aggressive, to me. Even though he and Richard Dawkins are talked about in the same sentence quite a bit, I like Dawkins' style much more.

I don't belong to any religion, but I do get this  - believers don't want to face their own abuses, only the abuses of others.

Religion offends me but they won't shut up about it--so why the feck should I?