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"Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence."
- Carl Sagan

“Gods are fragile things; they may be killed by a whiff of science or a dose of common sense.”
-Chapman Cohen

You believe in a book that has talking animals, wizards, witches, demons, sticks turning into snakes, food falling from the sky, people walking on water, and all sorts of magical, absurd and primitive stories, and you say that we are the ones that need help?
- Dan Barker

Freedom of religion does not mean you get to push it on me. It simply means that you're allowed to have imaginary friends.
- Lorie Anderson Poulson

When you tell me you are going to pray for me, you might as well be telling me that you are going to sacrifice a goat in my honor. It's the same level of absurdity.
- Sara McSorley

There are many religions. Each religion's adherents think their religion is the one true path. Which religion is the "correct" one? Either all but one religion is the wrong path, or all religions are on the wrong path. The most probable answer: all religions are "wrong"...unless a kind, loving creator would be cruel enough to reveal his selfish desires to only a fraction of his creations.
- James Soltis YT c

After you study multiple religions and you find for example Christianity ripped off Egyptian etc. you'll then see the Egyptians ripped off someone else, and that someone else ripped off someone else etc. etc. These myths and stories were shared verbally for thousands of years from culture to culture, and modifications were made to suit the priests of that culture and religion etc. etc.
- steve9142 YT c

The Bible (Old & New Testament), Qur’an, Hadith and many other Bronze-Age Religious Scriptures are the most Barbaric, Savage, Violent, Repulsive, Disgusting, Immoral, Unethical and Evil Fictions That Men Have Ever Written
- Helping Youth Resist Religious Brainwashing Exploitation & Mental Terrorism FB

-We don't demand unconditional respect. Anyone who has to demand respect will never get it that way. One earns respect by
having beliefs that are in accordance with reality, by putting your money where your mouth is when it comes to evidence. We
do this in spades, and respecting that falls to you. If you are reasonable, you will respect beliefs that fit the evidence.
If you are irrational, you will believe something besides what the evidence shows. It's that simple.
- American Atheists, Inc.

- Jesus never heard of 'Orignal sin'.
The term wasn't even used until the 4th century, so it's '' strange to run a church, a gathering, an ekklesia - supppoosdely on behalf of Jesus - when on of its main dogmatic tenetes, Origial Sin, never occurred to Jesus.'' Sadly, Western Christianity is dependent on and chronically ''attached to Original Sin - but what they're really attached to is St. Augustine. The fact is that most Westerners believe more in Augustine than the do in Jesus.''
- Matthew Fox in ''lving the questions 2.o''

- What we are demonstrating - and to my satisfaction proving - is that Moses, Jesus and many others are mythological characters, based on pre-existing archetypes, and no historical personage is necessary to be at the core of such a figure. In fact, on the contrary, typical mythmaking does not center on real people but tends to personify entities such as the sun, moon, planets, stars, constellations, wind, water and so on. We are looking at nature myths here personified, not real people turned into myths.
- Acharya S

Science is built on the unbiased assessment of the unbiased collection of high quality reliable evidence. Nothing blind about that at all. Religion, however, is based on the biased assessment of the biased collection of really unreliable evidence. Believing conclusions based on this faulty methodology is the very definition of blind faith.
- Rosemary Lyndall Wemm

Jesus quotes

Jesus quotes and new testament verses that you won’t hear in church!

Exposing the immorality of christianity and their fictional jesus: