The definition made me laugh. Atheist – according to the leading definition in the Urban Dictionary:
A person who does not believe in a supreme being. Most of these may be classified under the following definitions:
1) Aggressive atheist: attacks other religions and is often intolerant to the follower of other religions. Often brings up the insensitive fact that faith is the “complete acceptance of a God without proof,” somewhat equatable to ignorance, which, among other things, is the “complete acceptance of an idea without proof.”
2) Passive/Tolerant atheist: does not believe in a supreme being but accepts that others do. Does not usually bring up the above fact unless attacked for being an atheist.
Not to be confused with taoism or confucianism, which are philosphies and do not mention gods or the afterlife. Atheism is a state of nonbelief. One can be a Taoist Atheist, which would be a person who seeks to understand and learn from nature and does not believe in a god.
1) “Hahahaha! You believe in a God! You’re one stupid fucker!” (Bad way to be an atheist)
2) “You’re a Southern Baptist? That’s cool. I’m an atheist. Please don’t shoot me. I’m not criticizing you… no! STOP! PLEASE! I’M NOT INSULTING YOU!” (Good way to be an atheist… or… maybe not…)
And a few more definitions:
Most popular definition of Baptist:
A member of one of several hundred Christian denominations who all agree that the the Bible is the literal word of God, but don’t agree with each other. See fundamentalist, fucktard
Q. What religion are you, Reformed Baptist?
A. No, they’re going to Hell(tm). I’m a Sovergn Grace Baptist.
And the second most popular definition of Southern Baptist:
A sect of Protestant Christianity in the south east United States that are known for their very Caucasian congregations, believe in the absolute word by word truth of the King James version of the Bible, and perpetuate themselves by having their deacons find replacement preachers that will not disturb their fundamentalist and far-right theology. Sect is characterized by rampant hypocrisy, prejudice, racial intolerance, bigotry, small-mindedness, and an unenlightened view of the world and social change.
Waspish country clubs without the tennis courts.
My uncle was a Southern Baptist preacher. He hated Jews, blacks, gays, and anyone on welfare; but he preached that Jesus loved everyone.