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    What if

    What if organized religion attacked obesity the same way it attacks homosexuality?

    The world would change in an unbelievable way if the church would attack the issue of obesity as relentlessly as it attacks the issue of homosexuality! (It would also be way more relevant to the church!)
    https://perrynoble.com/blog/homosexuality-and-obesity

    Read and discuss please

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    Actually... there are religious nutters who attacks obesity...

    Read this hilarious article from Conservapedia :

    Atheism and Obesity

    I actually thought this was written as a joke, but it seems like Consevapedia is a serious site. Scary, to say the least...

    The article is eventually sinking to a pretty low level of personal attacks on people they dislike and links to even more hilarious articles like:

    Evolutionists who have had problems with being overweight and/or obese

    To really tie things together, we find this:

    Homosexuality and obesity

    There you have it... organized religion at it's finest! :spin2:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kelderek View Post
    Actually... there are religious nutters who attacks obesity...

    Read this hilarious article from Conservapedia :

    Atheism and Obesity

    I actually thought this was written as a joke, but it seems like Consevapedia is a serious site. Scary, to say the least...

    The article is eventually sinking to a pretty low level of personal attacks on people they dislike and links to even more hilarious articles like:

    Evolutionists who have had problems with being overweight and/or obese

    To really tie things together, we find this:

    Homosexuality and obesity

    There you have it... organized religion at it's finest! :spin2:

    Oh man, there goes a few hours of laughter on that site.

    Love this

    According to the Gallup Inc., "Very religious Americans are more likely to practice healthy behaviors than those who are moderately religious or nonreligious."
    Right, no fat church folk

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    Re: What if

    Quote Originally Posted by tomInAustin View Post
    Oh man, there goes a few hours of laughter on that site.
    It's great comedy!

    The articles on various scientific theories are really fun to read. They have a real problem with the Theory of Relativity and makes the following conclusion in the article about Einstein's famous formula:

    Simply put, E=mc² is liberal claptrap.
    How's that for a razor sharp, scientific analysis! :

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    Re: What if

    Quote Originally Posted by Kelderek View Post
    It's great comedy!

    The articles on various scientific theories are really fun to read. They have a real problem with the Theory of Relativity and makes the following conclusion in the article about Einstein's famous formula:



    How's that for a razor sharp, scientific analysis! :
    Nice one, please visit my new thread with any new ones you want to share.

    Just for fun google this

    "Simply put, E=mc² is liberal claptrap."
    Last edited by tomInAustin; 12-29-2014 at 03:33 PM.

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    Re: What if

    Quote Originally Posted by tomInAustin View Post
    Oh man, there goes a few hours of laughter on that site.

    Love this



    Right, no fat church folk
    Man o man, ain't that the truth!

    The mother-lode of right-wing christian delusional BS!
    As long as it is acceptable for a person to beLIEve that he knows how god wants everyone on Earth to live, we will continue to murder one another on account of our myths. ~ Sam Harris, 'The End Of Faith'
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    Christianity demands the crucifixion of the intellect.
    ~ Susan Kierkegaard

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