Antitheism Anonymous

A cat hugging a dog? Not exactly concrete evidence that there is #NoGod but certainly cute!

We just call it “Free Love” because we remember the Hippy movement of the 60’s!

We just call it “Free Love” because we remember the Hippy movement of the 60’s!

lol #Antitheism

arationalfear:

BY THEOLOGY AND CHRONOLOGY CORRESSPONDANT JAZZ TWEMLOW

Tomorrow at 3 a.m. the clocks in NSW will be going back one hour as part of daylight saving, to make our evenings brighter and generally make our days more pleasant. In a similar vein, all religions will be setting their clocks…

There Probably Is #NoGod

Gay rights activists: known universally for their awesome signs

chibiladyri:

heyimmaria:

dontreadoutloud:

Gay rights activists: known universally for their awesome signs

Its on my bucket list to be part of some thing like this

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corduroy skirts are a sin

it’s true…

Double Standards between characterisations certain #Christians show with #Atheists

two cats hugging: you legally have to reblog it to stay on the internet!

murphysbride:

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This is perfectly acceptable quality blogging as well ^_^

Hey! I was searching for images on google and stumbled upon the picture of the girl with the tattoo of an upside down cross with "there is no god" written underneath. I don't know if you're aware, but the inverted cross is a symbol for St. Peter; traditionally thought to have been martyred on a cross this shape because he believed he wasn't worthy to be crucified in the same was as Jesus. The upside down cross is featured on many clerical vestments, especially in the Catholic Church. When I saw that tattoo I was wondering why an anti-theist would choose to adorn herself with an image of Christian humility. I understand that some have tried to use the symbol as an anti-religious one; but there's history there that's deeper than just turning a religious symbol on it's head. Just letting you know in case you weren't already aware (in the event that this is your tattoo). I'd hate for someone to see it and put you in the awkward position of trying to reconcile the opposing meanings of the symbol on the spot before having thought it out before hand. Take care!

In more modern popular culture the symbol has become an anti-christian one, we understand your point of view, but symbols change meaning. If anything we hope people do raise the controversy in conversation with the person in question (we don’t know them!), as good conversation and debate about such things are an important part of the human experience!

Thanks for your question and I hope you found the images you were looking for!

I am a science writer & secular humanist on Twitter and use the hashtag #atheism. Please consider NOT automatically re-tweeting #atheism tweets. Automated accounts create false stats re: followers, re-tweets, etc. Re-tweeting tweets w/o reading them is also not responsible; you are likely re-tweeting msgs that support the debate you say you refuse to participate in. Thanks for considering. @chrissasaki
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We appreciate your point of view, in fact our strategy and tactics are now under review. The “indiscriminate laying of digital land mines” as it was succinctly put by a member of our team, is essentially very difficult to get right. I hope you like what we come up with!

happyheathen113:

anothergoddamnedblog:

thefrogman:

[tastefullyoffensive / via]

B a s i c a l l y

[rant about how people aren’t predestined for success or failure]
But I lol’d.

happyheathen113:

anothergoddamnedblog:

thefrogman:

[tastefullyoffensive / via]

B a s i c a l l y

[rant about how people aren’t predestined for success or failure]

But I lol’d.