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kwassa Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Mar-30-06 11:33 AM
Response to Reply #176
181. When is an answer correct?
"Much like someone who says that homosexuality is a sin is not being intolerant, just expressing their opinion, right?"

Where have I ever said atheism is a sin? This is a false analogy.

"We've already been over how atheism is not a "choice" for most people - but you again just dismiss the answers you don't want to hear, and instead INSIST that yours is correct."

I disagree with their answers, not dismiss them. I believe that this is allowed when people have different opinions.

Some choices are not necessarily conscious choices, but they are choices nonetheless. Faith, or lack of faith, is a choice, in my opinion.

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