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  •  I know what it means (0+ / 0-)

    se". Of course you can have a message promoting atheism that is not anti-religion.

    no, you can't. It's a zero sum game. if one side

    Become an atheist, your social life will improve and you'll smell like roses all the time

    If someone follows this ad, some religion, loses either a member or a potential convert. It's not like the Cola wars, where if I buy Coke, I can still also buy Pepsi. If I become an athiest, I am either leaving a religion or am not going to join one.

    •  This makes no sense. (1+ / 0-)
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      EvilPaula

      What you're saying is that every Christian is anti-Semitic, since everyone following Christ is one less Jew.

      •  No (0+ / 0-)

        What you're saying is that every Christian is anti-Semitic, since everyone following Christ is one less Jew.

        Because not every Christian is making statements promoting their views over Judaism. That's a really twisted, intellectually dishonest, stretch on what I posted.

        •  It's not a stretch at all. (1+ / 0-)
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          you said that any expression of atheism was anti-theist. Period. It's a zero sum game, you said. So any expression of Christianity is anti-Semitic by your logic.

          •  Of course it is (0+ / 0-)

            I said a "message", we are talking about advertising here, like the subject of this diary. If someone has beliefs but doesn't advertise them, it's not a "message". You are being totally dishonest  here.

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