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2009-06-29 20:47:57
Extremists on either end of the political spectrum, left or right, are equally mis-guided and equally arrogant in their absolute certainty...'Moderation In All Things" is pretty good advice..that remark is variously attrributed to Aristotle, Terrence, and St Paul..Terrence was a Roman dramatist from the 2nd century B.C... I assume most folks know who Aristotle and St Paul were..
2009-06-29 19:25:08
Ahh, yes...the unbridled hatred of the extremist left. Comical. And the arrogance, too. Perhaps these are are just two of the less rigorous reasons why above 90% of minds reject atheism.
2008-04-21 21:03:31
Since Bob took the time to vote this quote so far down, it kind of makes you wonder what it says doesn't it?
2008-04-21 21:02:55
The thing that REALLY makes you wonder, though, is why I made it so obvious.... and why you saw it so quickly... Hmm....
2008-04-21 21:02:29
Kinda makes you wonder why Bob spent all the time to voting these comments down so far, while he was voting his own up. Afraid of the truth I guess.
2008-04-21 21:00:37
Kinda makes you wonder why Bob spent all the time to vote this comment down so far, while he was voting his own up. Afraid of the truth I guess.
2008-04-08 16:11:56
Since Bob took the time to vote this quote so far down, it kind of makes you wonder what it says doesn't it?
2008-04-08 16:11:04
Since Bob took the time to vote this quote so far down, it kind of makes you wonder what it says doesn't it?
2008-04-02 13:57:19
*groans* not THIS bullshit again. If you think everyone is as stupid as you are, you are mistaken. At least I hope so.
2008-04-02 11:15:38
Anyone notice that Bob has voted over 900 times!?! There aren't even that many pictures on Pizdaus. For someone who claims to seek honest and unbiased truth he apparently doesn't mind tipping the scales behind the scenes for his purposes. Like Stalin, Mao, Marx and other atheists, twist the facts to support their sick little doctrines, then have the guts to claim that Christians are ignorant and blind. Not blind to your ways, Bobby.
2008-03-24 16:35:15
Anyone can quote mine. Guess what Einstein also said? "I do not believe in a personal God and I have never denied this but have expressed it clearly. If something is in me which can be called religious then it is the unbounded admiration for the structure of the world so far as our science can reveal it." "I am a deeply religious nonbeliever. This is a somewhat new kind of religion. I have never imputed to Nature a purpose or goal, or anything that could be understood as anthropomorphic. What I see in Nature is a magnificent structure that we can comprehend only very imperfectly, and that must fill a thinking person with a feeling of humility. This is a genuinely religious feeling that has nothing to do with mysticism. The idea of a personal God is quite alien to me and seems even naive."
2008-03-12 22:00:47
You're a bit slow aren't you? Oh please. You're comparing the mindless pasting of quotes you are doing to the use of sources to support the arguments I made in my comments? (PS: thanks for posting so much, all my pictures will soon be in the "most commented" section. Please, continue posting all your crap in every single one of my pictures)
2008-03-12 19:53:31
"Are you so dull that you do not have anything worth saying of your own?" ... and then the man points, as he often does, to some other web site to learn "his" superior truth. -- Yawn--
2008-02-23 16:09:55
I believe that religion, generally speaking, has been a curse to mankind — that its modest and greatly overestimated services on the ethical side have been more than overcome by the damage it has done to clear and honest thinking. ~ H. L. Mencken........ I distrust those people who know so well what God wants them to do because I notice it always coincides with their own desires. ~ Susan B. Anthony.........I do not think that the real reason why people accept religion is anything to do with argumentation. They accept religion on emotional grounds. One is often told that it is a very wrong thing to attack religion, because religion makes men virtuous. So I am told; I have not noticed it. ~ Bertrand Russell
2008-02-23 13:25:50
"For thirty five years of my life I was, in the proper acceptation of the word, nihilist, a man who believed in nothing. Five years ago my faith came to me. I believed in the doctrine of Jesus Christ and my whole life underwent a sudden transformation. Life and death ceased to be evil. Instead of despair, I tasted joy and happiness that death could not take away." -- Lev Tolstoy, the great genius of Russian letters
2008-02-23 13:15:04
"The holy one... The divine man...The human mind, no matter how far it may advance in every other department, will never transcend the height and moral culture of Christianity as it shines and glows in the gospels." - comments made about Jesus and Christianity by Goethe, German writer and scientist, 1749-1832
2008-02-23 03:38:20
Wow, gee. A dictionary-maker and a musician was religious. I guess I'm going to convert to christianity now. Lotty, could you tell me how many names you post under? you are OBVIOUSLY Lotty, Jonny, and Sue W. I wouldn't be surprised if you're also Sean and a couple of others. Also, could I ask you why you're doing this? Do you think that such blatant dishonest behavior will lead to more people being christian or something? I thought as a christian you weren't supposed to do stuff like that. (oh, and keep it up! soon all of these will be at the top of the most commented list!)
2008-02-23 03:26:51
"In praise of Thy goodness I must confess that Thou didst try with all Thy means to draw me to Thee. Sometimes it pleased Thee to let me feel the heavy hand of Thy displeasure and to humiliate my proud heart by manifold castigations. Sickness and misfortune didst Thou send upon me to turn my thoughts to my errantries. - One thing, only, O Father, do I ask: cease not to labor for my betterment. In whatsoever manner it be, let me turn to Thee and become fruitful in good works." - Ludwig van Beethoven as documented by Kerst and Krehbiel in "Beethoven: The Man And The Artist, As Revealed In His Own Words," p. 101, 104-106.
2008-02-23 03:21:12
"In my view, the Christian religion is the most important and one of the first things in which all children, under a free government, ought to be instructed. . . . No truth is more evident to my mind than that the Christian religion must be the basis of any government intended to secure the rights and privileges of a free people. . . ." - Noah Webster, American lexicographer
2008-02-22 17:17:09
"As a child I received instruction both in the Bible and in the Talmud. I am a Jew, but I am enthralled by the luminous figure of the Nazarene....No one can read the Gospels without feeling the actual presence of Jesus. His personality pulsates in every word. No myth is filled with such life." -- Albert Einstein ("What Life Means to Einstein: An Interview by George Sylvester Viereck," The Saturday Evening Post, Oct. 26, 1929, p. 17.)