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    Well then accept that I only believe in myself and my abilities and that I will not knock down people who believe differently, cause I dont need everybody to think like I do
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    I do, when have I ever knocked you down? You have me confused with someone else.
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    ehm, as far as I understand, this thread is not about whether religious people are superior or inferior or who is right or wrong or who tries to convert whom but about whether (supposedly more atheist leaning) NTs consider religion a problem in their potential marriage. It is a spoof of the thread asking (supposedly more spiritual leaning) NFs if atheism was a knockout criterium for them. So far most people habe only listed personal preferences for long term relationships and marriage, not bashed believers.
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    haha you said habe instead of have

    sry not helping
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    I thought by now I was famous for my typos. How does it change the meaning? I don't see the joke.
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    no problemo, I am outa here
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    I have another question, since the poll is public:

    @Nerd Girl, you say you would not marry a theist, but if memory serves me right, you're a vocal Christian, aren't you?
    Did I miss a post on this, or what exactly is the logic here?
    (No judgment, just curious.)
    Could be wrong, but I think she was making a joke. She didn't say she wouldn't marry a theist, she said she'd only marry a theist who rode a motorcycle. Being a theist isn't off-limits, it just isn't enough.

    If you're reading this Nerdgirl and I'm wrong, correct me.
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    I've known some very open minded religious people. In fact I would argue the majority of "closed minded" religious people have "good" intentions.

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    Couldn't we just simplify that and say people usually have good intentions? How often do you honestly walk around during the day or lie awake at night thinking about all the bad things you want to do to people? Actually, don't answer that second question, I'd rather not know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mkenya View Post
    I've known some very open minded religious people. In fact I would argue the majority of "closed minded" religious people have "good" intentions.
    The issue is when they apply a moral code that is simply abhorent and doesn't even make sense to itself to 'help' other people who didn't ask for help.
    Or say that they'll 'pray for you'. Which is to me so arrogant that it leaves me speechless.
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