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Mummy's daughter Dad's Scientist, little champ
Debate Score:46
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Some atheists are just obeying mum and dad

According to a video from one of brontoraptor's debate, children are trained to be atheists.
And even now, these children become adults in bodily appearance but not in wisdom. 
Damien Marley in a song patience asks "are we growing wiser, or we just growing tall?"
That is a very interesting question.
So some fully grown ass men and women are still obeying mummy and daddy.(lol, ironical, just like jesus obeys his father till death).

Your Grandparents trained your parents, they trained you and i suppose you too are training your children in the same foolishness.

These three hated atheism:
Lord Kelvin , Isaac newton, Albert Eistein. 
Who can go pass these three.

If through your stupid little ways, you maneuver it possible, then you have indirectly insulted your ancestors of science which is an insult to yourself, a current they follower.

Mummy's daughter

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Dad's Scientist, little champ

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4 points

The statement is true only in so far as the majority of kids believe and say and do what they do because of their parents.

Side: Mummy's daughter
jeffreyone(1349) Clarified
1 point

That was very honest and not biased. Thanks for speaking the truth.

Side: Mummy's daughter
3 points

That's hilarious. Nothing indoctrinates children better than religion. And talk about unwise. You continued someone else's anecdotal fallacy (your go to fallacy) then you follow it up with an appeal to authority fallacy. Why do you have a go to fallacy? That's not wise at all.

Oh, and your appeal to authority fallacy is extra weak. Einstein didn't like your belief system either, and Newton didn't finish one of the things he was working on because he thought God did it. Newton is an example of why a belief in God is a bad thing.

Side: Dad's Scientist, little champ
jeffreyone(1349) Clarified
2 points

Einstein didn't like your belief system either,

"Albert Einstein was quoted in The New York Times, Nov. 9, 1930, saying: “I assert that the cosmic religious experience is the strongest and noblest driving force behind scientific research.”

"Walter Isaacson quoted Einstein in the article “Einstein and Faith,” Time 169, April 5, 2007, 47): “The fanatical atheists … are like slaves who are still feeling the weight of their chains which they have thrown off after hard struggle. They are creatures who – in their grudge against the traditional ‘opium of the people’ – cannot bear the ‘music of the spheres.'”

According to Prince Hubertus (Ronald W. Clark, “Einstein: The Life and Times,” New York: World Publishing Company, 1971, p. 425), Einstein said: “In view of such harmony in the cosmos which I, with my limited human mind, am able to recognize, there are yet people who say there is no God. But what really makes me angry is that they quote me for the support of such views.”

Side: Mummy's daughter
Cartman(18192) Disputed
1 point

You are a Christian though. Those quotes don't support Christianity.

Prompted by his colleague L. E. J. Brouwer Einstein read the philosopher Eric Gutkind's book Choose Life,[15] a discussion of the relationship between Jewish revelation and the modern world. On January 3, 1954 Einstein sent the following reply to Gutkind, "The word God is for me nothing more than the expression and product of human weaknesses, the Bible a collection of honourable, but still primitive legends…. For me the Jewish religion like all other religions is an incarnation of the most childish superstitions."

Side: Mummy's daughter
2 points

The religion of Atheism, yes, yes, you nailed it Cartman. The indoctrination that there is no God, with or without proof. And it most certainly is the religion of peace, ask Stalin's parents.

Side: Mummy's daughter
ScarySkeptic(4) Disputed
1 point

To claim that a lack of religion based on evidence, reasoning and science is in itself a religion is absurd. atheists don't rely on faith to tell us about a magic man in the sky. We rely on our own brains.

Side: Dad's Scientist, little champ
1 point

That's hilarious. Nothing indoctrinates children better than religion.

If Atheism cannot indoctrinate children as well as religion that's because even a child can see that it makes no sense, thus it is hard to indoctrinate any child with a brain. What a horrible argument...

Side: Mummy's daughter
Cartman(18192) Disputed
1 point

Indoctrination:the process of teaching a person or group to accept a set of beliefs uncritically.

It isn't because atheism is not believable. It is because it promotes critical thinking. You should look up definitions of the words you use.

Side: Dad's Scientist, little champ
1 point

Stalin and Mao are examples of why Atheism is a bad thing. Why did you have to commit a logical fallacy as your argument?

Side: Mummy's daughter
2 points

I was born into a Christian family, went to church every Sunday for almost 15 years and then I realized "This shit makes absolutely no sense.". After the sudden realization that god was about as viable as Santa Claus or the Easter Bunny I strayed from my parents' religion. My entire family still goes to church and always ask me to go too, to which I decline.

This claim that parents teach kids to be atheists could be flipped both ways, however it's more than likely a parent makes their kid religious than irreligious.

Side: Dad's Scientist, little champ
jeffreyone(1349) Clarified
1 point

"This shit makes absolutely no sense."

I only wonder how you worshipped(crowd follower or truly), commitment level, understanding, which church etc.

But anyway congratulations on your achievement(at least thats how you view it).

Side: Mummy's daughter
1 point

This claim that parents teach kids to be atheists could be flipped both ways, however it's more than likely a parent makes their kid religious than irreligious.

1)I'd ask for this citation, but I know it doesn't exist.

2)Claiming the majority does something more often is a horrible argument.

Side: Mummy's daughter