Curiosity killed the cat but it also is what started my path of questioning the status quo as a child. Logic and critical thinking led me to realize Christianity, in particular was about controlling people. I have very little patience for religious people.

I could use some advice here...
Jewellinerd comments:
Wow! I can't offer any advice but you are seeing a fucked up situation as it is: fucked up I hope you are able to make some headway with this
11 Fast Facts about Christianity: 1.) The Bible is the world's bestselling book 2.) The Bible is the world's most shoplifted book 3.) Less than 2/3s of the public, 63%, can correctly name Genesis as the first book in the bible. 4.) 100 million copies of the Bible are sold or given away every year. 5.) About 50 Bibles are sold every minute 6.) US Bible sales range between $425- $650 million 7.) 95% of the world is reached through 2,426 languages 8.) Only 55% know that the golden rule, “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you,” is not one of the Ten Commandments. 9.) The Americas have the largest majority of 86% Christians 10.) Worldwide 32% of the population are Christian 11.) Christianity has 2.3 billion adherents Maybe we need to print more science text books and give them away? ...
Jewellinerd comments:
Where do I donate lol
Anyone a fan of multiverse theory?
Jewellinerd comments:
Find the theory fascinating and have just started reading about the different societies that are said to be living among those dimensions
If marriage is a vow before god, then what is the point in getting married?
Jewellinerd comments:
I personally see so real point. It's a man made construct based on control, imo.
What's the point of celebrating Christmas or Easter if you're an atheist??
Jewellinerd comments:
I personally think most people wouldn't if it weren't for the social aspect of it. It's an excuse for people to get together.
What's the point of celebrating Christmas or Easter if you're an atheist??
Jewellinerd comments:
Besides, these holidays were stolen by christians anyway...
How do you tell religious people that you're an atheist?
Jewellinerd comments:
I tell people that I certainly respect them but I personally do not follow their line of religious beliefs. That I have devoted too much of my life and time to allow myself to believe in something that has too much evidence to the contrary. I also reiterate that religious and spiritual beliefs are extremely personal and that even their own Christian beliefs tell them that their relationship with god is between the two of them
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