An Observation on Religious Argumentation

Listening to people argue about religion is often like watching two drunks argue about which is the best sports team, with two glaring differences: drunks can bring actual evidence in the form of measurable statistics to back up their arguments, and drunks can prove their teams exist.

Religious People Arguing

You’re BOTH doing it wrong.

2 Responses

  1. In a bar, you are not supposed to argue either religion or politics. Why? Because those are subjects in which all parties are fully invested, while knowing little or nothing about either.

  2. Those who challenge religious beliefs demand facts of those who advance those religious beliefs, but what they get in response is just more religious beliefs asserted AS IF THEY WERE facts.

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