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Liam_123

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Re: Article entitled Why I Raise My Children Without God
« Reply #30 on: April 21, 2016, 05:53:34 PM »
I basically came to dudeism because it is a religion that I can actually feel good about believing in. And I may be new around these parts, but I came here to better myself as a Dudeist/Dudeist priest with the help of fellow dudes. I didn't however come here to get told what to do or have the rulebook slammed in my face by someone claiming to be Dudeist. We all have our own Dudeist ways as do Christians, Buddhist, and other faiths. I don't have an issue with people posting positive things a other faiths, but I do have an issue with people throwing the books at me because I believe/sin differently than they do.
Who cares if you don't agree with what someone else says or does? Just it go and move on. Shrug off the all the negative shit and chill out. Aren't we all about taking easy and what not? Or are we little kids arguing over who's dad is better?

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Re: Article entitled Why I Raise My Children Without God
« Reply #31 on: April 21, 2016, 07:25:25 PM »
I came here because I enjoy the irony.
It's much more clever than the flying spaghetti monster which I've always found slightly juvenile and lacking in nuance.
It used to even be fun throwing Christians into fits of ranting but even I will admit that it just gets old and actually a bit depressing to slog through this same old nonsense from these people.
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Re: Article entitled Why I Raise My Children Without God
« Reply #32 on: April 21, 2016, 07:42:27 PM »
I came here because I enjoy the irony.
It's much more clever than the flying spaghetti monster which I've always found slightly juvenile and lacking in nuance.
It used to even be fun throwing Christians into fits of ranting but even I will admit that it just gets old and actually a bit depressing to slog through this same old nonsense from these people.


To me, it's fun too, but I like to think I'm helping people re-think their world view.  When you do (I mean this in the first person), it's very empowering. It was through lots of intelligent debate that I challenged MY OWN beliefs; from faith-based values to logic and evidence.  Now I'm a hell-bound pagan/sinner/lover/midnight toker.  And enlightened. 



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Re: Article entitled Why I Raise My Children Without God
« Reply #33 on: April 22, 2016, 12:27:40 AM »
The beauty of it to me was the simplicity, live the life that makes you happy as long as it doesn't fuck with anyone else's. It supports the idea that people should do good just for the simple fact of being good, no carrot, no stick, and no grand overseer in the sky making mysterious plans for everyone. Once a religion gets too complex, everything can go wrong.

 

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