9 thoughts on “Defending Hatred

  1. Reverend Doktor Jim B. Warnke, FSD (AKA Uncle Satan)

    Referring to the expressed opinions of atheists as “incessant babbling?” Golly, that sounds like ridicule. I guess that means that Phil lost the argument.

  2. Reverend Doktor Jim B. Warnke, FSD (AKA Uncle Satan)

    If the Bible is correct in stating that God cannot be mocked, what exactly is the problem that christians have with this site? According to their very own magic book, whatever it is you do here clearly does not mock God…

  3. Steven Bentley

    What we are witnessing from these hate-mailers is that their parents soon found out that they could not control their children’s behavior (the children that they knew they should’n have had in the first place), just by scoldings, spankings and right out nearly beating them to death, so they used ancient man’s invention of a judgemental god and fear of death and hell to mentally minipulate them, so now their children are having to pay the price for schizophrenia or let’s just say the obvious, mental child abuse.

  4. Martano666

    The last few pages of hatemail seem to be lacking the usual pop. Are the Christians losing their motivation?? Maybe the Atheist Experience is helping to dissolve Christianity in America. Apparently that show is gaining a LOT of momentum. The next few years is going to be interesting. Many children of Christians are becoming self-educated outside of their parents forceful Sunday schooling thanks to great inventions like Youtube. Children are smart. If you give them a chance, they will be able to see the truth (in most cases) and also can tell what doesn’t make sense. The younger they are, the better they respond to education. People get set in their ways and tighten their grip on their comforting fairytales as adulthood sets in.

    We’ve really got them on the run these days!
    Education for the win!

  5. Apostate Lois

    “Elaine, I just threw up the cold pizza I had for breakfast. Don’t freak out! My god. I left that box out one day too many.”

    Well, that was a waste of a good pizza. :o\

    “The last few pages of hatemail seem to be lacking the usual pop. Are the Christians losing their motivation??”

    The letters definitely are getting less and less interesting, Martano. Maybe it’s just that we have heard every possible argument, protest, and complaint that the Christian community has to offer, so their letters only seem boring. I wish the Christians would come up with some new material! “Take down your website because it offends me and makes Jesus sad!” seems to be their mantra these days.

  6. Mikey

    The hate mailers seem to fall into a sadly small handful of categories, and, after nearly 500 pages, there’s not much originality there. I guess what can you expect from a subset of Christians: those who Google Jesus, and are insecure enough to get pissed off at a cartoon.

    I wonder what the reaction would be to a Satan Dressup. How irritated would devil worshippers get? And would there be praise from the Christians if you humiliated their boogeyman? Bob, you’re still #2 in searching for Jesus. Care to try ranking for Satan? After all he’s just as silly as Jesus, and he’s taken just as seriously….

  7. Meron

    I don’t consider myself either christian or an aethist. But the way I see it both sides are the same but with a different point of view. Aethism is just as organized and has its own idiologies just like christianity. Both sides fight different wars with the same weapons.

  8. Meron

    I don’t consider myself either christian or an aethist. But the way I see it both sides are the same but with a different point of view. Aethism is just as organized and has its own idiologies just like christianity. Both sides fight different wars with the same weapons. And by the way for all u “satanists” if you believe in the devil you believe in God. He was one of his angels.

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