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> *Originally posted by **[ExemplaryReturns](/forums/2/topics/321200?page=1#posts-6762067):***
> You shouldnt hate someone because they are too stupid to understand the Bible.
I thought it was atheist hating Christians, if you go to the Serious Discussion then they HATE any body who believes in anything. Stay away from there, it has some bad Mamma-Jammas
> *Originally posted by **[ThatsSoMFT](/forums/2/topics/321200?page=1#posts-6762073):***
> Yes you should
# YOU ARE TOO SCARED TO GO TO SERIOUS DISCUSSION AND TELL AN ATHEIST WITH 5,000 POSTS OR MORE THAT YOU HATE HIM BECAUSE HE IS
too stupid to understand the bible???? I have a perfect test subject for you. There is this guy called Tenco1, he is a pain in the ass, I got used to him after a while and figured he might just be a nerd eating Lays and using the computer all day every day. He has like 10,000 posts or more. So I just ~~troll~~ bother the crap outta’ him.
PS. Im Christian.
**EDIT** :He knows about the bible more than most Christiands on here, and he is an Atheist?
> *Originally posted by **[DrOctaganapus2](/forums/2/topics/321200?page=1#posts-6762905):***
> In real life, I am tolerant. However on the internet you’ll notice some atheists can be more…vocal and rude as opposed to face-to-face.
I’m pretty sure that applies to literally everyone on the internet.
I do not understand your bible, but I am neither atheist or christian. I dont believe in your God; but I dont think shared belief is nessecary for peace. I accept that you have your own beliefs while I have mine; and I hope that other non-christians feel the same way.