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When you learned in school that donkey's and snakes are anatomically incapable of vocalization, did it cause you to question the Bible's assertion that they are? When you learned about the millions of animal species on Earth and their often incompatable environmental needs, did it cause you to critically scrutinize the physical impossibility of the Noah's Ark story? So why do you fear that the thousands of hours you spend over your childs lifetime talking faith, under threat of torture in hell,

Use your brain. Beliefs are geographical and historical decisions.

"As a species we're fundamentally insane. Put more than two of us in a room, we pick sides and start dreaming up reasons to kill one another. Why do you think we invented politics and religion?" - Stephen King "The Mist"

"What baffles me is the comfort people find in the idea that somebody dealt this mess. Blind and meaningless chance seems to me so much more congenial - or at least less horrible. Prove to me that there is a God and I will really begin to despair." ~Peter De Vries

Leaving the previous pinner's comment because it is so appropriate: No matter how many times I read this is still amazes me how many years I believed this craziness. If I can grow up anyone can.

Because science is fact, you can independently discover the same ideas on opposite ends of the Earth. Because religion is myth, a million monkeys couldn't come up with that shit twice.

I'm sorry to take a sledgehammer to so small and fragile a nut.

Ask a fundamentalist (or any Christian for that matter) "Would you kill me if God told you to?"♥

Nothing has changed

Science is certain of nothing and requires proof of everything. Faith believes everything and requires proof of nothing.