Got rejected for being an atheist

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Seriously guys, we found evidence a long time ago that those gods don't exist.... Oh wait.
So? I like stories. And I never said they or any other gods existed...
I don't think you understood what Leeroy is saying. He's mocking current religious groups.
 
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I don't think you understood what Leeroy is saying. He's mocking current religious groups.
Actually I was twisting the words so that I could show off my knowledge. :rofl:
Extra titbit: The word Mentor comes from a greek guy who was impersonated by Athena.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mentor
 
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ask her if god can build a rock heavier than he can lift.
Or ask her if god can divide himself into 2 and battle himself.
 
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She told me to "hit her up" if I change my mind about God. :confused: Should I take the opportunity, or is it a d-bag move? :cool:
 
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She told me to "hit her up" if I change my mind about God. :confused: Should I take the opportunity, or is it a d-bag move? :cool:
Even more evidence you dodged a bullet.
 
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she told me to ht her up if changed my mind....
It is legitimately part of some christian denominations' doctrines to not date a non-christian, something about Satan's bad influences. I think she does like you as a person but, she believes God does not want her to date you.

*sincere tone of voice*
 
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I've seen several girls like this end long term relationships with guys over differences in religion. Seems nonsensical, but there are girls who legitimately use religion as a relationship qualifier. The ones I know also constantly post religious articles/scripture on social media, to the point where it is annoying, and act 'goody two-shoes' all the time.

My advice, RUN!
 
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Why would you want to date someone who has a completely incompatible worldview to your own?
 
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I've seen several girls like this end long term relationships with guys over differences in religion. Seems nonsensical, but there are girls who legitimately use religion as a relationship qualifier. The ones I know also constantly post religious articles/scripture on social media, to the point where it is annoying, and act 'goody two-shoes' all the time.

My advice, RUN!
Why would you want to date someone who has a completely incompatible worldview to your own?
Why would you want to answer 4 months old thread?
 

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