Every so often we get complaints about our use of tags. It seems we have to explain our use of tags to people who don’t appreciate our using them.
#1 tags are not an “exclusive” use for any religion. Anyone can use the tag, so stop complaining that you’re offended by our use of your religion’s tag.
#2 Learn how to use tumblr, you come off as ignorant by not knowing how to use what tumblr offers. You expect others to make tumblr perfect for your use, instead of being proactive in using the tools tumblr provides. If you don’t know the tools tumblr provides, then you shouldn’t be on tumblr.
Finally we WILL continue to use your religion’s tags, so you have two options, ignore what we post, or live with it. There is a third option, but you need to know how to use tumblr, good luck with that.
Didn’t take long for this shit to come out. Religious assholes are just that, ASSHOLES!
This is some unnecessarily fancy terminology for that time when God sacrificed his son for a weekend to act as a loophole around rules that he cobbled together four thousand years before (without explaining either the rationale for the rules in the first place or the loophole).
“Jesus died for your sins!”
If I owe you money, a third party can pay the debt and we’re done. This is what the Christians are asking you to accept as the metaphor of penal substitutionary atonement.
However, if I kick you in the balls and a third party pays the penalty (in this case, an apology), that means nothing. Your balls have still been kicked and I haven’t been affected at all. This far more suitable metaphor for penal substitutionary atonement illustrates how stupid it is.
All the big words in the world can’t change that.
“I regard the brain as a computer which will stop working when its components fail. There is no heaven or afterlife for broken down computers; that is a fairy story for people afraid of the dark” – Stephen Hawking.