namatad: meha complete atheist got 100% correct ...I am not impressed with test
deffuse: I imagine that is because instead of blindly believing, Atheists actively investigate religion/s before rejecting it/them.
DammitIForgotMyLogin: 30, Atheist here as well.Got mixed up as to which Christian sect believes redemption comes through faith alone, and i've never heard of the great awakening.
dahmers love zombie: 30, Deist/atheist (if he's there, we can't perceive him and he doesn't concern himself with our petty little endeavors)
doglover: dahmers love zombie: 30, Deist/atheist (if he's there, we can't perceive him and he doesn't concern himself with our petty little endeavors)Voodoo has the best take on this. The BIG god used to live on earth. But someone (another god) kept stealing his sandals. One day, he got fed up with that and said "Screw you guys, I'm goin' home." and left the loa in charge of godly duties here.This meshes nicely with the Iroquois cult of the Stranger, who was another godly being in the world but not the creator. That one's actually funny and the whole cult itself is something I'd like to join. Cutting a mask from a living tree sounds amazingly spiritual.
Cythraul: My opinion may not be applicable here though, since I'm 'Atheist Light (See 'Agnostic')'.
EvilEgg: The question about agnostics is wrong. Agnostics believe the question of god's existence is fundamentally unknowable. It's not just they don't know, it's that they can't know.
HakunaMatata: - The guy with long M name who was Jewish...never heard of him
MorrisBird: Atheist: 31 and I dispute the one I got "wrong." Both Buddhists and Hindus seek Nirvana.
serial_crusher: If you're convinced that your religion is right, and everybody else's is therefore wrong, it makes sense to not learn the details of how wrong they are.
jrl: As Dog is my witness, I had no idea this would fly so high!Subby here, and I look upon this work and see that it is good.Agreed, this is a shallow and inaccurate quiz, some questionsI had to guess which wrong answer the author thought was true.And yes, any atheist position is pretty militant in the sense thatmentioning my lack of belief got me ostracized in school. Hmm,when was that again? Did you know we had to walk ten miles throughthe snow?
Earguy: Got a lowly 26. Seems I don't know much about Buddhism and Hinduism, and aside from the psychic, I hadn't heard about Johnathan Edwards.
kid_icarus: Agnostic: 84%Some of those were a little too easy...you don't have to be that versed in religion to know Jesus was born in Bethlehem. You'd just have to have visited America during the month of December.
Cythraul: kid_icarus: Agnostic: 84%Some of those were a little too easy...you don't have to be that versed in religion to know Jesus was born in Bethlehem. You'd just have to have visited America during the month of December.Through that method, I also learned that baby Jesus, the shepherds, wise men, and so on, were all about 1/8th the size of normal people. And they were all surrounded by farm animals and straw.
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