.2% of US prisions are polled as athiest.
12/27/2006 2:30:21 AM
there goes that serpents argument
12/27/2006 2:38:54 AM
You're not even making sense within the concept of your own religion. The ultimate consequences Christians worry about aren't legal, they're spiritual!
12/27/2006 2:41:46 AM
refuter of fundy vermin
What about the following fundamentalist/evangelical Christians - all jailed/executed for murder:
Paul Hill (executed)
James Charles Kopp
John Salvi (dead by suicide)
And for other crimes (death threats/terrorist threats):
Clayton Lee Waagner
All wonderful evangelical/funda-MENTAL-ist Christians who believed their criminal acts were biblically justified, and so they shouldn't suffer the consequences.
6/18/2010 9:13:00 PM
Yes, your prisons are full of atheists, as you have many prisons with an immense amount of prisoners in them. The vast majority of the inmates are Christians, however.
Most atheists know there are consequences for your actions in this life.
6/19/2010 3:08:58 PM
It's Atheii, duh.
6/19/2010 3:16:44 PM
No, no, no. You guys are ALL wrong. See, this is a prefect example of the No True Scotsman right here. The minute you come back with the statistics that show the majority of prisoners are Christians, Mr. Serpent right here will shoot back that they aren't real Christians, because real Christians would never go to jail - they know the consequences of their actions, you see. Hence, because they aren't Real True Christians(tm) like himself, they're Atheists.
6/19/2010 3:25:22 PM
I've heard 1 or 2 percent, unlike the 76 percent that are christian.
7/10/2010 8:02:35 AM
Alternatively some people believed that such earthly laws didn't apply to them for them they only follow the laws of heaven.
7/10/2010 2:25:38 PM
The BTK killer was a deacon at his local church.
7/10/2010 8:02:21 PM