Evidence vs. Belief: A Tale of Two Bunnies

September 29th, 2011 | Categories: Deep Thoughts, Interesting, picture | Tags: , , ,
  1. September 30th, 2011 at 00:26
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    That was really clever!

  2. Len
    September 30th, 2011 at 08:18
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    Excellent.

  3. October 2nd, 2011 at 13:33
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    Aw… so cute!

  4. J
    October 4th, 2011 at 05:39
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    So Which one is the atheist? Which one is the believer? Ever considered turning the tables around?? This picture is up to personal interpretation, not literally saying who is an atheist or christian. i mean luk what if there was some evidence of Gods existence but the atheist would refuse to accept it and sides with what he was taught by evolutionists? just saying.

    • October 4th, 2011 at 07:51
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      Evolutionist? Wtf is that?

      It’s very clear whom is whom in this picture, and you know as well, which is why you suggested “turning the tables around” without being told.

      • Chepech
        October 7th, 2011 at 16:25
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        Touché

        Also if by evidence you mean saying “God did it” to what ever nonsensical bible claim Im not surprised that that got thrown away of the discussion.

    • ReasJack
      July 23rd, 2012 at 12:08
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      Well, at present the skeptical atheist is the one putting the puzzle together.
      If Jesus descended bodily in glory tomorrow at the foot of the Sears Tower and started violently identifying and culling the “unrighteous” using powers that contravene apparent limits on human action, I would say, “Gee, you were right”.
      Same thing if one of those studies that had people pray intently for particular people who were gravely ill, but without those ill knowing it in any way, and a dramatic number immediately recovered in ways the unprayed for did not, I’d say, “Wow, interesting, now do it again”. Repeat the finding under the stresses of rigorous methodology and I’d admit, “that’s evidence of a force I didn’t think existed”. Its certainly an artifact of human psychology that these admissions are slower and harder when one thinks or prefers the contrary, but it remains that admissions like this happen all the time in science and skeptical inquiry.

  5. J
    October 4th, 2011 at 15:50
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    You dont know what an evolutionist is?

    This is clearly an atheist site so why else would I say that? I am saying this could just as well be used on a christian/creationist site. It is all from perspective

    • October 4th, 2011 at 15:51
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      “evolutionist” is a garbage term coined by people trying to make it seem like evolution isn’t fact.

      Evolution is CLEARLY true, anyone that claims otherwise is a fucking retard. Period.

      • J
        October 5th, 2011 at 00:01

        So are you calling people like William Lane Craig “retarded”? Many creationists are quite intelligent, educated people. Just because they don’t accept your little fairy evolution doesn’t make them “retarded” in any way shape or form. You may call them “misguided,” but NOT “retarded”. Do you even know what that word means? It means someone born with a MENTAL CONDITION and cannot function in society. The fact you even used that word is an offense to mentally handicapped people.

        • October 5th, 2011 at 07:53

          So are you calling people like William Lane Craig “retarded”?

          Well there are two options, either he’s a liar, or he’s retarded.

          Just because they don’t accept your little fairy evolution

          That’s cute.

          It means someone born with a MENTAL CONDITION and cannot function in society.

          That sounds like a pretty accurate description of a creationist actually..

          The fact you even used that word is an offense to mentally handicapped people.

          I’m sure people with down syndrome loose a lot of sleep over my use of words.

        • Diablo
          October 6th, 2011 at 21:08

          You honestly think there is evidence of the existence of any higher power? There’s no reason to believe anything of the sort. As much as believers wish to say we cannot understand a higher power and therefore cannot disprove it, what good comes of believing in one? Even if one exists life is far too important to live based upon “ifs.” All the good things that religion can do can be done without it. It is a useless invention to comfort scared little babies that can’t accept the fact that we know nothing for certain. It is not a scary realization, but a freeing one. Letting go of the unknown allows you to live the life we have here and now, it is all we “know” we have and is all that matters during our time within it.

          • Dediex
            October 6th, 2011 at 23:00

            That is a genious point that I have never realized before. I hope you don’t mind me subscribing to it?

      • Chepech
        October 7th, 2011 at 16:28

        William Lane Craig is not retarded, he is quite eloquent in fact, but he is either psychotic or extreamly twisted and malevolent.

  6. booktooth
    November 1st, 2011 at 15:02

    J :So Which one is the atheist? Which one is the believer? Ever considered turning the tables around?? This picture is up to personal interpretation, not literally saying who is an atheist or christian. i mean luk what if there was some evidence of Gods existence but the atheist would refuse to accept it and sides with what he was taught by evolutionists? just saying.

    note: “what if?” well, there isn’t. and besides if there was proof of a god why would there be atheists? its not like we don’t believe in god because it gives us some advantage, we just don’t see any reason to. there would be plenty of motives for Gnostics to have faith despite many scientific reasons not too, but if there were reasons TO believe, what would atheists have to gain denying it, other then the eternal wrath of the proven Deity?