Honestly, atheists annoy just as much as Christians annoy them. This is an unpopular opinion anyways on tumblr you could say.
Now, I’m not going to go on a “they’re going to hell” rant, but I will say that atheists are pretty much starting to annoy me. I’m not saying all atheists annoy me, but my experience on the internet and even real life have me thinking.
To me, atheists are no different than any other religion. Some are hypocrites with things to say.
One thing I heard before was
"I hate Christians, they just hate people automatically without knowing them" and I pointed out that they were doing the same thing they claim Christians to do, and their response was "But they hate people without even knowing them too!" and I didn’t reply after that, but by hating another religion, isn’t that making you the exact same as them? If you wanted to be the bigger person, or religion in this matter, wouldn’t you be more nicer? I’m not saying you have to like them, but don’t act all higher and mightier if your thinking process is the same as them. Basically sometimes atheists say just as judgmental things as religious people, making them pretty much hypocrites.
(As a clarification, I am not claiming I am better than atheists, I am just stating my opinion on them, and I want to say this. It is also not hypocritical of me saying that I don’t like atheists yet making the claim above. I am not saying that they shouldn’t hate people they don’t know, because that’s not what I’m saying, I’m saying that they’re the same as other religions by hating people they don’t know also, if that makes sense.)
Sometimes it’s just their arguments in general. Like this one line I stumbled upon “Let atheists believe in what they want, stop believing their evil!” I know I’m being nit-picky, but that line seems a little hypocritical. Now I get what they’re trying to get across but I couldn’t help but comment on it. What they’re implying is that they should let atheists believe their things, that you should accept what they want to believe in, and I’m totally for that. But has anyone noticed at all the hypocrisy in that sentence? Or am I being biased? They’re telling people to stop believing their opinion and trying to tell people their way is more better than other religions. Does anybody see it? Their telling people their way is the way to go, and to stop believing what you do and believe what we want.
What I’m trying to say is that if you say “let people believe what they want!” to someone with an opinion you don’t agree with, you’re being hypocritical because you’re not letting them believe in what they do.
I also very much hatewhen atheists claim to be victims or say that their religion is better while following up that their fairer and nicer! Like the image below VV
is a perfect example on how atheists are just as much villains in the scene as other religions. I don’t get why people online call atheism a better and nicer religion when they are just as judgmental as any other religion.
while I’m doing the same thing they’re doing, I am not claiming any superiority or anything of the like. I am simply pointing out pieces of them that I’ve grown not to like. I am not a hypocrite by stating all these in the way some atheists address their arguments. I know I am basically doing the same things I have said above, but I want to get my point across.
I do not like atheists. I feel some act like their better and not like religion at all, but really they are. I don’t feel better than them, I feel that they are the same as me, and as Christians, or Jewish people, or any other religion.
They are not better, they are the same