161 definitions by Skialian

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The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), published by the American Psychiatric Association, lists gender dysphoria as a mental illness. The condition is also sometimes known as: gender identity disorder, gender incongruence or transgenderism. Contrary to the transgendered people raging on here it's not something that's "normal" and these people need therapy rather than surgery.
Jimmy thought he had been born as the wrong gender so he had a sex change and is now Transgender.
by Skialian January 04, 2014
Stephen Hawking is a physicist who is considered the best since Einstein and Newton. He is also an atheist prompting many mindless atheist nuts to use arguments from authority. It's obvious why a man like Stephen Hawking is an atheist. It's not intellect that encourages him. It's emotion stemmed from the condition he suffers. You can see that this is the case when an otherwise intelligent man uses a evidenceless hypothesis (multiverse which is science fiction) to advocate atheism. Unfortunately many atheists now use arguments from authority by asserting that because Hawking is an atheist, it must be correct.
Stephen Hawking, an otherwise great scientist whose emotion caused him to put his faith in an evidenceless hypothesis to explain the origin of the universe.
by Skialian January 08, 2014
The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), published by the American Psychiatric Association, lists gender dysphoria as a mental illness. The condition is also sometimes known as: gender identity disorder, gender incongruence or transgenderism. Contrary to the transgendered people raging on here it's not something that's "normal" and these people need therapy rather than surgery.
Jimmy thought he had been born as the wrong gender so he had a sex change and is now Transgender.
Jimmy thought he had been born as the wrong gender so he had a sex change and is now transgendered person.
by Skialian January 04, 2014
Despite the other definition saying that r/atheism is not a place filled with bigoted assholes, it is. Simply a visit to its front page reveals this and calling all the members of one faith "brain washed" is not only being retarded but it is also generalizing on a foolish preconceived notion based on personal experience.

The idiots over at r/atheism are incapable of having an intellectual discussion. They simply post insulting memes about God and Christians (they mostly don't touch on other faiths as they have an irrational hatred against Christians) but ask them why they're atheist and they can never give a good reason. Some of their reasons are below:

"I'm gay and God hates gays and therefore he doesn't exist!"

"My sister died! God didn't prevent that and therefore this universe came from nothing!"

They will not consider any other world-view such as agnosticism or deism. Anything disagreeing with them is "Christian" or "unscientific" even though they're the unscientific ones for relying on anecdotal claims.

Recently, r/atheism came up with a series of images where its members would take pictures of themselves explaining why they're atheist. For a good laugh, Google "faces of atheism" and go onto images. You'll find half-naked men and old balding men sticking their middle fingers up saying that they don't believe in God because they are intellectual. As if! These monkeys clearly don't know their left hand from their right!
r/atheism is the home of assholes and professional quote makers such as A.A Lewis.
by Skialian November 22, 2013
A scientific principle is a statement based on repeated experimental observation that describes some aspect of the world.
Causality is a scientific principle and describes the relationship between objects. It is otherwise known as "Cause and Effect" and states that every action and everything in motion (effects) must have a cause (instigator). Causality debunks the atheist's assertion that this universe proceeded from nothing.
by Skialian January 09, 2014
Something atheists are guilty of when they are forced out of their basements by their parents and taken to Church. They eggnogle the priest and wish they could taste his willy.
Harry the gay atheist was eggnogling Gary, the priest.
by Skialian August 28, 2014
The Crusades refers to the wars of the 11th-13th centuries in The Holy Land (Middle East) that were fought between Christians and Muslims. Contrary to the definitions on here clearly written by atheists ignorant of history and with a grudge against religion, these "holy" wars were initiated in response to forceful spread of the Seljuk turks who were expanding their empire with force attacking the Byzantine empire. In the year 637 (long before the crusades) Jerusalem actually belonged to the Byzantine empire before one of the companions of Muhammad (Abu Ubaidah) continued Muhammad's military campaign and led an army against Jerusalem capturing it. The Crusades were simply the long delayed response to this Jihad of the Muslims.

However, Ubaidah was respectful to the Patriarch of Jerusalem in 637 and didn't accept his invitation to pray in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre for fear that his followers would later tear it down and turn in into a Mosque because he had prayed in there. Due to that the Church of the Holy Sepulchre has continued to stand as a Christian temple since. Meanwhile the Temple on the Mount was built in place of debris and rubble that had not been cleared since the sacking of the original temple by the Romans. Also the Byzantines were the remnants of the Roman Empire who had conquered Jerusalem from the Jews centuries ago but that wasn't for religious reasons either. The result is that the crusades were never a war of religion but of land and politics.
The Jews (led by King David) took Jerusalem from the Jebusites.
The Romans took Jerusalem from the Jews.
The Muslims took Jerusalem from the Byzantine empire (the successors of the Roman empire).
The Crusaders took Jerusalem from the Muslims and didn't return it to the Byzantines as promised and instead kept it for themselves.
The retreat of the Crusaders after two centuries allowed the Muslims to take back Jerusalem.
Nowadays Israelis and Palestinians dispute who owns Jerusalem and war still occurs in the Middle East once again for land (and apparently oil).

The Crusades were often seen as religious holy wars but they were pseudo-religious with the main motivation being land, power and money. Crusaders simply fought they were fighting for God and the Church yearned them on. In truth they were fighting for rich nobles and it's no different from today's wars. Atheists really should take some history lessons.
by Skialian January 15, 2014
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