Religioius belief is strongly correlated with fiction.
So far as religion is concerned, I consider myself an agnostic-atheist, and thinking about how many theists there are in the world makes me feel dissapointed.
If my country became a theocracy, I would go to Antartica.
The opposite of faith is Death.
I am an atheist and I’d say that the Bible is 11-20% literally, historically true because of extreme exaggeration and very little evidence at the time.
I think the human soul isn’t real, and when I die I want my body to do whatever my survivors feel necessary. I won’t care, I’ll be dead.
Definition of God: A social construct made to make people think that when you die they get to go to a land of magic and fairies, rather than the more likely probability that you rot and cease to exist.
Which of the Ten Commandments should be enforced by the government? 1) Don’t kill people 2) Don’t steal 3) Don’t bear false witness (in a court of law, lying in general shouldn’t be illegal).
The biggest threat to faith is facts.
So far as religion is concerned, I consider myself an Atheist. When a stranger approaches me to talk about religion, it makes me feel Slightly uncomfortable.