atheist-overdose:

A quote by spock, written by gene roddenberry for the original draft of “star trek: the motion picture”follow for the best atheist posts on tumblr

atheist-overdose:

A quote by spock, written by gene roddenberry for the original draft of “star trek: the motion picture”

atheist-overdose:

The absolute best atheist wallpapers.

Evidence, not propaganda.

hatefulatheist:

The ultimate form of an abusive relationship, it is one that as long as you believe it you are never able to get away, never able to leave, never able to distance yourself from that judgement.

hatefulatheist:

The ultimate form of an abusive relationship, it is one that as long as you believe it you are never able to get away, never able to leave, never able to distance yourself from that judgement.

atheist-overdose:

Love it.
follow for the best atheist posts on tumblr
atheistoverdose:

My uncle saw my facebook banner and sent me this. he used to be a pastor and we were pretty close, so i hope i wasn’t too harsh.follow for the best atheist posts on tumblr

atheistoverdose:

My uncle saw my facebook banner and sent me this. he used to be a pastor and we were pretty close, so i hope i wasn’t too harsh.

(via atheist-overdose)

Questions… again.

I’m open to questions regarding anything surrounding the subject of… well… atheism, and religion.

I’ll answer anything. Probably. I can’t promise it won’t be a rant, though.

Yep.

Teach me to rely on my abilities, not an invisible deity.

Abstract

Perfection and divintiy are both abstract, they are defined upon what we decide as an individual. Additionally, they’re both obsecure concepts simply because they are subjective. It’s not only this, but other abstracts such as beauty, friendship etc. They understandably differ, but still hold similarities. This is due to the fact that they can be referred to with examples in the ‘real’ material world.

Perfection and divinity, however, cannot. There are no references in the real world because there is little definition… (Because there aren’t any really.) The notion of impossibility is already included in our vague conceptions of these two abstracts. In fact, it’s their whole point. It’s their main characteristic: Being ‘impossible’.

Therefore in essence, there is no definition of god, godliness, the divine and so on because these words are somewhat empty. There is no consensus on their meanings, so you can fill them with whatever you like. They are semantically empty.

And since these words are all that exists of any ‘god’ (Perfection, divinity etc.) God cannot exist.