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Now, moving right along here there are some disturbing doctrines within the religion of atheism that are cause for concern. It has been brought up repeatedly that since atheism teaches that humans are nothing more than animals, it would be completely acceptable for one human being to eat another if it was a matter of life and death. I believe the theological word for this doctrine is CANNIBALISM! This acceptance of cannibalism as a religious tenet really does confirm the old saying, “If you remove God from academia the best one could ever hope to achieve is to end up with highly educated barbarians”. The acceptance of the doctrine of cannibalism into the religion of atheism is the fulfillment of that statement.

prosperousindividual, Internet Pastor 84 Comments [12/25/2009 4:58:10 AM]
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LDM

What atheist doctrine are you reading?

12/25/2009 5:07:07 AM



If I remember well, many of the devout Catholics whose plane crashed between Chile and Argentina in Los Andes had to eat her dead friends in order to survive. And the Bishops and people around didn´t have a say in the matter. So?

12/25/2009 5:08:50 AM



The conclusion that Atheists do cannibalism is brought by YOU and YOU ALONE. In fact, do you know that the Crusaders practiced cannibalism, in periods of extreme hunger, with the death bodies they found in their way?. That´s evidence, not what you´re suggesting.

12/25/2009 5:10:09 AM

Brandon

Yeah, tell that to the Donner party. You would do the same under similiar circumstances. DIAF.

12/25/2009 5:10:26 AM

GodotIsWaiting4U

Except atheism teaches nothing of the sort. Carolus Linnaeus, a CHRISTIAN CREATIONIST, figured out that humans are animals. Atheism teaches nothing, as it is NOT A RELIGION.

It would indeed be completely acceptable to eat another human being if it was a matter of life and death. Granted, that's the ONLY circumstance.

12/25/2009 5:21:30 AM

Blaidd Drwg

It's amusing to see a "Christian" coming out against cannibalism. "This is my body you eat, This is my blood you drink" Most Christian sects believe (or claim to believe) that the eucharist is LITERALLY the body and blood, not representativley. Ergo, they are partaking in ritualistic (or literal) cannibalism every time they celebrate communion.

12/25/2009 5:25:53 AM

Adrian

And I suppose that you also believe that Jonathan Swift was serious when he wrote A Modest Proposal...

@#1078784:
from Wikipedia:
"Shortly after our rescue, officials of the Catholic Church announced that according to church doctrine we had committed no sin by eating the flesh of the dead. As Roberto had argued on the mountain, they told the world that the sin would have been to allow ourselves to die."

12/25/2009 5:33:44 AM

Mintywolf

Cannibalism is not a 'theological' word.

That aside, who wants meat pies? ^.^

12/25/2009 5:35:59 AM

Adrian

Mrs. Lovett's meat pies? :P

12/25/2009 5:38:46 AM

Zoo

I don't know who you're talking about, but I don't have religious tenets or doctrine (unless you count a simple definition as doctrine), and they certainly would not include cannibalism. Just because you have doctrines and dogma and ritual doesn't mean I have to.

12/25/2009 5:41:32 AM

awitch

Eucharist = cannibalism + vampirism

12/25/2009 5:50:11 AM

John_in_Oz

You're thinking of the Reformed Protestant version of Atheism.
The original translation of that verse reads "Internet Pastor is full of dicks." I can see how that confused you. By the way, when do we get our tax free status?

12/25/2009 6:11:28 AM

I read about the afterlife

Ohai! Teh atheists iz kaniballs! They iz ebil! OH NOEZZZ!

12/25/2009 6:24:38 AM

Solomon

I am in no way defending the lunacy of prosperousindividual's statement, especially given that cannibalism is not a "theological" word, but to be fair regarding Blaidd Drwg's reply: most Christian sects do NOT believe (or claim to believe) that the eucharist is LITERALLY the body and blood. This was part of the Protestant Reformation. Hence only "orthodox" Churches believe this to be literal: Catholics, Greek Orthodox, Coptic (I believe), etc.

12/25/2009 6:31:40 AM

aaa

Why can't i taze people over internet protocol?

12/25/2009 6:40:25 AM

Doctor Whom

Yes, it's right here in the Atheist Bible, II Dawkins 32:16. Meanwhile, look at what your Bible says:

Jeremiah 19:9 (King James Version)

9And I will cause them to eat the flesh of their sons and the flesh of their daughters, and they shall eat every one the flesh of his friend in the siege and straitness, wherewith their enemies, and they that seek their lives, shall straiten them.

12/25/2009 7:09:16 AM

Canadiest

There are No Atheist doctrines and he knows it. He is again, willfully lieing, fearmongering and bearing false witness.

Also so stupid he thinks Christians created all knowledge and words

12/25/2009 7:36:17 AM

Vegetable Rights Activist

Can anyone here ship me a replacement Atheist Bible? I lost mine on the plane.

12/25/2009 7:48:38 AM

Lucilius

Hey, prosperousindividual- EAT ME!

12/25/2009 7:52:19 AM

Horsefeathers

"Now, moving right along here there are some disturbing doctrines within the religion of atheism that are cause for concern."

Atheism is not a religion. Why is that so very, very difficult for you people to understand?

"It has been brought up repeatedly that since atheism teaches that humans are nothing more than animals, it would be completely acceptable for one human being to eat another if it was a matter of life and death."

Atheism teaches no such thing. Biology says we're animals, not atheism. And yes, while cannibalism is taboo in almost all human societies it is also nearly always accepted, or at least not derided, when done in a life or death survival situation--assuming the one being cannibalized is already dead to begin with--and there are numerous cases of this happening. Murdering someone so that you could eat them so that you could survive would still be inexcusable to most people.

"I believe the theological word for this doctrine is CANNIBALISM!"

Cannibalism is neither a doctrine, nor is it in any way theological. You, however, are a blithering moron.

"This acceptance of cannibalism as a religious tenet really does confirm the old saying, “If you remove God from academia the best one could ever hope to achieve is to end up with highly educated barbarians”."

Nobody, save for some small groups here and there I would assume, hold cannibalism as a religious tenet. Atheism certainly does not as atheism is not a religion, as I've pointed out.

"he acceptance of the doctrine of cannibalism into the religion of atheism is the fulfillment of that statement."

I feel I should point out, yet again, that atheism is not a religion, you moron. I feel I should also point out that it's your precious Christianity that has ritualized symbolic cannibalism in the form of the Eucharist, where the "body and blood" of your Christ are consumed during the Communion ceremony.

Just thought I'd point that little bit of hypocrisy out to you.

12/25/2009 8:10:37 AM

SubTachyon

Atheism is not a religion and it does not teach absolutely anything. Next.

12/25/2009 8:21:35 AM

Jon

I don't think that word means what you think it means.

12/25/2009 8:21:57 AM

Jezebel's Evil Sister

"... I believe the theological word for this doctrine is CANNIBALISM! ..."

WRONG! The theological word for this is EUCHARIST, aka HOLY COMMUNION.

12/25/2009 8:27:13 AM

rubber chicken

Please feel free to prove your piety by starving to death in a mortuary.

12/25/2009 8:33:38 AM

Katsuro

"...there are some disturbing doctrines within the religion of atheism...!"

You managed to fail, hard, twice in your opening sentance. That's got to be a new record.

Also, please explain why it would be wrong to eat an already dead human if it was the only way you could survive?

12/25/2009 8:38:38 AM
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