• I spend no time fighting imaginary gods, because there is nothing to fight, but once a week or so, I argue with people who try to shove these imaginary gods down everyone's throat on Answerbag and Quora.
    • Linda Joy
      You lie. No one but you mentioned gods. That's hardly shoving anything down your throat, and in fact you are the one who chases everyone around commenting on others answers trying to shove YOUR beliefs down THEIR throats. You spend hours fighting what you don't believe is true, even when no one is talking to you you just make it your mission in life to force others to believe as you do. No matter what the topic, but especially if its about gods. Just as you did here. And for your information, you do have the ability to skip a question you don't like so your arguing against gods is a choice, a choice to waste your time arguing against something you claim doesn't exist which is a choice of irrationality. Why don't you make it a point to fight against Santa Claus or the Easter Bunny or Sasquatch? Why do you argue so passionately against gods if they don't exist and weren't even mentioned?
  • None. I fight for what I believe in.
    • Linda Joy
      What do you believe in?
    • Werewolf87
      God, Satan, free will, and that the only difference between a good and a bad person is simple. Good people choose not to act upon their inner evil.
    • Linda Joy
      I can agree with most of what you said. I have a problem with the phrase 'free will'. While we are freely allowed to choose which thoughts we allow to remain in our heads and which actions we take, its not exactly 'free' as there are consequences (both good and bad) for our actions.
  • No. It makes no sense. Why would someone fight against something they don't believe exists?
    • Linda Joy
    • Archie Bunker
      And? Just because an atheist doesn't believe in God, it doesn't mean they're fighting against it. I think that usual "fight" comes down to "don't push your religion on me."
    • Rick Myres
      I have been on sites where atheists would attack believers beliefs constantly. And nobody said anything to them to start with except maybe God it was convicting them and they were fighting against that.
    • Archie Bunker
      Attacking them probably no more than believers attack unbelievers. The street goes both ways.

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