Look I don’t understand you. You’re a 19 year old boy what is wrong with you? Go out. Live your life. Time has changed. Nobody cares about religion anymore. Don’t say, “The time has changed.” Cause death doesn’t. Life still separates your loved ones from you, and you from your loved ones. You’re still impotent,
Flip Mill presents 7 bizarre religions that actually exist Number one Worshippers of Satan can broadly be categorised as spiritualists for whom Satan is an actual deity and atheists for whom Satan is a figure symbolising crisis of faith, individualism and free will. Certain sects are notorious for their activities. Like the ‘Beasts of Satan’
Young people have earned a reputation for taking down industries and institutions, from Applebee’s to breakfast cereal. And although many of these critiques are exaggerated, the effect that young people have had on organized religion is indisputable. More than four-in-ten young people are religiously unaffiliated today. It is the most common religious identity among young
One of the frequent comments I get on these videos is that I always pick on Christianity; I don’t ever talk about any other religion. Well, there’s a reason for that: I live in the United States. Christianity is the dominant religion. It’s the one that affects me the most on a regular basis. But,
Atheists sometimes attack religion by saying it’s a crutch for the weak-minded they’ll say, “Religion is for those who can’t think for themselves; they need others to do it for them.” The purpose of the objection is to make the believer feel inadequate and create a perception that only atheists are among the intellectual elite.
The Hotline Project is something started by a group called Recovering From Religion and the idea is there are so many people out there who have doubts about their faith, but they know that the church is not a place where you could talk about this stuff. They know you can’t ask your pastor what
[TEXT: In 2015, Rafida Bonya Ahmed and her husband, Avijit Roy, were invited to the Ekushey Book Fair in Dhaka, Bangladesh.] We were there for 10 days when that happened. And we were targeted by a local Islamic militant group called Ansarullah Bangla, who later merged with Al-Qaeda of Indian subcontinent. Avijit was specifically targeted