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Religious fundamentalists are deeply offended that people no longer fear them and feel free to criticize their worst habits.
"Yeah, sure he's not that good. But he's a man of such deep faith!"
Biologos openly declares that the only science they will accept is science tinged by a heavy religious bias.
When you start with a deeply flawed premise and advance a deeply flawed argument, you'll come to a deeply flawed conclusion.
What do most atheists actually want? Surprisingly for many theists, it's not the abolition of faith...
Blasphemy is an important tool in a secular society, but it's not a good way for angry religious zealots to engage in a low brow tit-for-tat.
That's right Baroness Greenfield, not needing a miracle in the lab is the same thing as a holy war against the unbelievers.
Just because you've been condemned to hell doesn't mean it has to be torture. All you need to do is know how to prepare for your particular damnation.
While faitheists and accommodationists urge atheists to be nice to religious zealots, the most fervent believers feel no need to treat atheists and other faithful as human, much less worthy of respect.
A satirical customer complaint about prayer shines a light on the problem with telling people you can speak to a deity able to grant your desires in return for obedience and reverence.