[QUOTE=debro;2178636]I reckon being an Atheist would be easier than being a holocaust supporter.
The existence of god cannot be proven, whereas the worlds medical knowledge stems from the torture of Jews by the Nazis’s.[/QUOTE]
God cannot be proven nor disproved. While the Germans did contribute vast amounts of knowledge by torturing Jew, homosexuals, and a whole other hosts of what they viewed as “undesirables”, let us not forget the Japanese who infected the Chinese with Anthrax and then vivisected them to see the bacteria 's work as it occurred.
Atheism is a belief system which is one’s right. I did not intend to offend anyone who is atheist. I was just trying to give an example that is used against the church. I have many friends who are “true” atheist and have no concern either way on church comings and goings. They are not to be confused with people who hate churches for what ever reason they need to hate.
An immoral person could say that the holocaust provided valuable medical knowledge so it did then serve a purpose. An ethical slant on the subject matter need not only come from a “religious” person but can be and often does come by people who love humans and happen to be atheist.
The Neurosurgeon who saved my life and has been a friend of mine for 15 years is an atheist. I have the utmost respect for him. Absolutely the utmost respect for him, Dr. Patrick Mastrioanni, Bridgeport, Ct. 1-203-336-3303.