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I hate Jesus by BlackJill I hate Jesus by BlackJill

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This stamp is not against dA's ToS, nor is this hate speech. Please read the below carefully to see why.



The previous attempt at trying to explain the reason for the above stamp seems like it was failing. Either I failed to properly express the intention behind the stamp (was it too confusing for you guys? Did I use too many words?) or people just didn't bother reading this at all. So I decided that I would clean it up a little and make it pretty clear.

What is this about?



This isn't about Jesus or hating Jesus. It's not about anyone in particular, or any religion in particular. The stamp is bait. It's meant to offend you and get your attention long enough that you'd come here, read this, and then form a response. Instead, it seems the majority of you who reply here are either trolls, lazy or truly ignorant of how the world outside of your own individual existance works. You see my stamp, it offends you and the first and foremost reaction you choose to fuel your response is the very reason behind this stamp.

This is about blasphemy laws.

What are blasphemy laws?



Blasphemy laws are laws that prohibit/limit the freedom of speech and expression on the subject of religion, that being anything that would be deemed offensive, hateful, derogatory, toward anything or anyone concerning religion, whether it be a holy person, artifact, belief, custom or person of authority within a religious organization. There are still countries that observe and even enforce these laws, some with penalties that go as far as prison and/or execution. But these are laws that are enforced by the governing body of countries that enforce religious tyranny, then there's also the vigilante groups - usually these are made up of ordinary citizens, sometimes consisting of relatives of the person being persecuted - that take it upon themselves to mete out their own form of justice by hanging, burning, stoning, drowning, etc. the person that is believed to be guilty of blasphemy, regardless if that person is of their own flesh and blood, a child, an elderly person or a complete stranger.

To put it simply: You can't say anything bad about religion or anything/anyone remotely related to religion because you can/will be arrested and imprisoned for it, and depending on how serious it is, you might even die for it.

But persecution doesn't mean to arrest, imprison or execute someone for their opinion. Persecution is the act of hostility toward anyone or anything that offends you and/or doesn't agree with your beliefs - religious or otherwise - or opinion. Persecution is what happened to Hamza Kashgari, a Saudi Arabian man who tweeted portions of a poem he had written about the Islamic prophet Muhammad. The tweets were innocuous, but a lot of people felt otherwise. The tweets were as followed:

“On your birthday, I will say that I have loved the rebel in you, that you’ve always been a source of inspiration to me, and that I do not like the halos of divinity around you. I shall not pray for you,” he wrote in one tweet.

“On your birthday, I find you wherever I turn. I will say that I have loved aspects of you, hated others, and could not understand many more,” he wrote in a second tweet.

“On your birthday, I shall not bow to you. I shall not kiss your hand. Rather, I shall shake it as equals do, and smile at you as you smile at me. I shall speak to you as a friend, no more,” he concluded in a third twet.

People were enraged that he had said/tweeted such things about the prophet Muhammad and demanded that he be executed as an example to anyone who would dare say anything on the subject of religion/a religious icon. They responded with hatred and racism, and even accused him of apostasy, and demanded that a man die for written/spoken words. Prosecution is what happened afterward when the government of Saudi Arabia responded. After being hunted internationally by the Saudi government and spending two years in prison, he was finally released October 29, 2013.

Or the case against Faryal Bhatti, an eigth grade girl who was accused, beaten and expelled all because of a spelling error on an exam. The spelling of praise and curse in Urdu is rather similar, as seen here.

Khalil Ahmad, 65 and a father of four, shot dead whilst in police custody by a teenage boy after Ahmad had asked a shopkeeper to remove stickers from his shop window that were derogatory toward Ahmad's religion. He died because though he was Muslim, he was Ahmadi. This is like Catholics versus Christians. Both believe in the same God, but they both believe/worship in a different manner. Thus is the difference between Sunni and Ahmadi.

What does this have to do with us?



Everything.

The reason why I chose Jesus as the bait is because it would be the easiest and most effecient of all the baits as it would offend the greatest number of people who would come here and respond by either being very enlightened about the subject, curious and ask questions - to which I reply to -, or do the very thing that is the very subject of this discussion: persecute. People take for granted that they live in a nation that protects them from things like blasphemy laws and grants them the human/civil right to freedom of expression and religion. The moment anyone says anything bad about religion, people say things like we have no right to say these things because Jesus/God/-insert preaching here-.

But the fact of the matter is that we do have that right. Whether you find it offensive or not is irrelevant to this fact itself. In truth, any opinion on this subject of freedom of expression on the subject of religion is irrelevant as well, especially in countries that enforce these rights.

For as much as any religious person is allowed to express his or her personal religious belief, others have the very same right to express their disdain of religion as well. I reiterate when I say that it doesn't matter if you're offended by it, be offended, that is your right, but we will express ourselves nonetheless. We don't live in a nation where we have to fear for our own lives, or the lives of our loved ones, when we excercise this very right. So whenever you're belligerent toward someone that expresses something on the subject of religion that you find to be offensive, you're doing the exact same thing as people do in other countries that have blasphemy laws. You're lowering yourself to their level and taking for granted that men and women have died to protect your right to be a shit eating excuse for a human being.

Stop projecting your religious insecurities on other people. If you truly felt secure in your own beliefs, then it wouldn't matter what anyone said or did, none of these things would shake you of your faith. No one is denying you the right to worship or believe, no one is oppressing you by expressing their own dislike of religion. Your rights as a human being are not being denied. I'm so sick of hearing people say that they're being oppressed because people want to say Happy Holidays rather than Merry Christmas, or that Muslims are infringing upon your rights because some Muslim women want to wear the hijab, or that it's OK for you to impose your religious beliefs on children in public schools.

Stop whining and preaching whenver you come across someone who doesn't believe in the same things you do, or someone who isn't afraid to express things that offend you. It falls on deaf ears; no one gives a shit. If you want to join a discussion on the subject of blasphemy, freedom of expression and religion, you're more than welcome to it. If you're curious or you don't understand something, just ask. For as much as religious people say they're tolerant, you guys are some of the most intolerant assholes I've ever met, and not the funny kind of asshole either, but the kind you want to sit a few seats away from on the bus because we don't want people to think we have anything to do with you (mind you I've met some pretty interolant atheist assholes as well).

I won't censor my opinion simply because they make you uncomfortable or they offend you, nor should you expect anyone else to, nor should you expect people to pander to your precious feelings because some book told you it was wrong.

Fuck your book.

Fuck your God.

Fuck your religion.

Be offended. It's ok to be offended. But be tolerant and civil. If you want people to tolerate your right to your religion - Jesus is Love, Jesus Loves You, Jesus Stamp - you have to actually be tolerant to the opposite side of the coin - God is a Dick, Religion Sucks, USA: Not a Christian Nation-, because that's what true tolerance is. Tolerance isn't just for things that you like or agree with.

That's what the above stamp is about. It isn't about Jesus. It isn't about God. It isn't about religion.

It's about the fundamental right for all people, regardless of belief, age, gender/sex, color, race, etc. to express an opinion/statement on the subject of religion without fear of persecution or prosecution, by one's peers or government, regardless if whether it is offensive or not.

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Hopefully, this is much clearer than the previous text. If you have any questions, feel free to ask below. However, if your post includes preaching/bible quotes or verses, you'll either be ignored by me or called out by others for being a dick. This will be especially true if you didn't bother reading any of the above.

Have a fucktastic day.

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Author's Note



I wanted to make a note of something very important here that I realized after having reread what I wrote above. In no way or form am I condemning Islam or Muslims. The only reason why the examples above are of the Islamic faith is because at this very moment people, and governments, are using and abusing this religion for their own purposes. It adds fuel to blasphemy laws and it makes it all the more difficult for positive change to happen.

But what I wanted to make clear is that persecution and prosecution against people who are accused of blasphemy has happened, does happen and will continue to happen in all religions. Whether it be Islam, Christianity, Buddhism, Judaism, Bahai or any other religion, extremism occurs everywhere. Christianity has had just as dark a past as any other religion where it concerns blasphemy and crimes against humanity. Even Buddhism has its own dark side.

It doesn't matter what religion is the subject of the accusation of blasphemy; It has to stop.
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darknessthehedgehog3 Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2016  Hobbyist Photographer
one reason why i hate christens is because i'm catholic at birth and i hate when they say all Catholics are dammed cause of there beliefs  
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wakaflockaflame1 Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Well, JC my Nigga, but I think you should have used a better phrase than "I hate Jesus" b/c I'm sure atheist and satanist are faving it for that.
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BlackJill Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Not sure if serious, but just in case:

Actually, the only people that demonized Satan and/or Lucifer are those of the Abrahamic faith. In reality, Satan and Lucifer aren't symbols of evil, they're simply rebellious against the religious organization, and at the time, anyone who resisted or even so much as questioned religion was branded as evil, even if in reality they were as normal as you or I. The Satanic religion doesn't stand for evil or doing malicious things, it stands for the pursuit of science and truth based on factual evidence, not blind faith; equal human and civil rights for all people regardless of beliefs, gender or sexuality; common sense; freedom from religion as much as freedom of religion; and so much more that most religious people completely dismiss because when they hear or read about the Satanic religion they immediately imagine sacrificing virgins and babies, sinning and whatever else their imagination can come up with that is not only ridiculous, but also quite ignorant.

I mean, it used to be that anyone who accepted that the Earth was actually round was shunned by the church. That the Earth was not the center of the universe. That atheism was normal and didn't lead to rampaging about murdering, raping or raving like a lunatic. Satanists aren't evil, they just believe in just about all the things the church rejects.

The true evil are those who condemn people to death simply because they're homosexual as well as those who vote for these scum and give them power. These are the real terrorists.
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wakaflockaflame1 Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
"Actually, the only people that demonized Satan and/or Lucifer are those of the Abrahamic faith. In reality, Satan and Lucifer aren't symbols of evil, they're simply rebellious against the religious organization"
Amazing, as I was taught, Satan is merely doing God's work, but I gotta better things to do than hate him, but that doesn't mean he isn't a dick thou. But the term "religious organization" makes no sense to me.... We were clearly taught different things, for when I did research it was a religious man who said the Earth was round, and other scholars who rejected the idea.

But by what I get from reading what you are presenting to me, is somewhat, anti-religious. But to say that atheism was "normal" and didn't lead to "rampaging about murdering, raping or raving like a lunatic" is kind of thoughtless statement.

There is more than one way of looking at it...


Think Hitler for example, contrary to popular beliefs, Hitler "who believed neither in God nor in conscience." was not religious, HE TOOK AN INTEREST IN RELIGIOUS THINGS, but was not religious himself.

Now, lets look at another way....

The statement "In the name of God" is a whoreish statement. Why? Cause I could shoot a kid dead in the face, rape some girls and kill them, and claim "In the name of God"...and do you know who is gonna take the heat after I'm executed, the ones who truly believe "In the name of God" and has not hurt a damn soul. That is something a freak would jerk off to....knowing that they gave someone else a BAD name...

To punish an entire group for what few, who claimed, did is a bit....CRAZY....

Another way to look at it...

"The true evil are those who condemn people to death simply because they're homosexual as well as those who vote for these scum and give them power. These are the real terrorists."

Do you know what 80% of religious people fear?
If you answered "GOD" you might be stupid....

What 80% of religious people fear is kinda two things, but equally as much...
They.
Fear.
DEATH/HELL.

they don't fear God, cause if they did, they would read the book they so want to shove in ya face, and try to understand the deeper meaning rather than surface.
Does God consider being gay a sin? YES! BUT wait, there's more~
WHO WERE HIS PROFITS? WHERE THEY NOT SINNERS, WHERE THEY NOT IMPERFECT?


Big man already said, you guilty of one, you guilty of all!~ So that means, we are all GUILTY OF THE SIN OF BEING GAY~!!!

Wait, you don't think so~?

Well JC already said, let he without sin, cast the first stone~!

I know I'm doing what God/Jesus wants, I don't approve of, but I don't hate on.

"U ZEE HOMOPHOBIA CAS U DINK TWO MENZ KISSYIN IS YUCKY"

As a child, did you not think kissing and sex is disgusting? Or rather....is an asexual sexphobe cause he think sex is "yucky"?


To generalize an entire group for what few, who claimed, did is a bit....CRAZY....

If you were to put me in a room with anyone who claims "Man of God" and wants to burn a gay, I'll make him lose his religion...cause deep down inside, they are weak minded, the hate gays because they so DESPERATELY WANT TO CLING ON TO SOMETHING that their weak mind doesn't believe in.... that's why I refer to most ex-religious people as "weak-minded", cause if you was religious once, then decided not to, you clearly NEVER was religious in the first place.

This rule is an doesn't work on my father however, who is a strong-minded man who just DOESN'T SUPPORT gays, like me, his religious reasons are last on the list instead of first like most people who so call claim religion.
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Chrissi-queen Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
//is a Christian
//agrees with you
//i hope your hope in humanity has been restored slightly  
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flower2563 Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2015  Hobbyist
I love Jesus :heart:




Guess who will go go hell :)

Jesus is our saviour <3


And don't argue with me, I am just sharing my belief, while you spew hater :)
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Your black soul tells you are disappointed.
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flower2563 Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2015  Hobbyist
No

Jesus loves me :)
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SonaArmstrong Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2015
Lel I know haha
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Pindows Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2015
I don't think hell exists even though I'm christian. It doesn't really make sense to me.
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DemonIcYmIr Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
READ THE DESCRIPTION.

also, I'm surprised that people are attacking you about this.
jfc.


I hope you know you can still own a slave, beat them, and not to death.

it's also a sin to shave ur beard ;^)
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MountNeverest Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2015
Saying things like this is actually less helpful than helpful- how about you make a passionate piece of art expressing your feelings rather than this stamp- it's more of a piece of propogande followed by a rant. btw  i would not repost this or your other stamps :iconnoplz:
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BlackJill Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Pssst, read the description. 
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MountNeverest Featured By Owner Sep 8, 2015
I understand your rhetoric I just dont like it. Personally. i've tried to use it and it's out of date. Also, swearing in general is just not my style, neither is being generally hateful. maybe a stamp that says "i don't like Jesus" and instead of "rhetorically insulting" people's book, god, religion, you can specifically say "f*uck your hypocritical history twisting power hungry ways" or "your religion took away my hopes of a normal existence because "insert example here" and finally "i am no good at reading so your book sits on the shelf with the rest of my books, plus i just don't trust a book written by dozens of people, it's too much like a text book" It's classier and you can actually "one up" people who are pushing religious participation as pure perfection and a necessity for each and every dA member.
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BlackJill Featured By Owner Sep 8, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
The very fact that you have to make this argument means you didn't understand a goddamn thing. Blasphemy laws are complete bullshit and there are people, even children, who are persecuted in countries if they even so much as make an error to offend whatever religion is in power there. It can be over a single word that was written incorrectly or maybe Tweeting some harmless and very beautiful verses from a poem. Even if these two actions were not meant in any manner to offend, people are still offended enough to demand imprisonment and even execution.

The stamp is supposed to offend you so that you understand that you live in a country that allows you, me and everyone else the right to speak for and against religion in such a manner that our lives are not in danger. Our families aren't in danger, nor are the people that associate with us. This has nothing to do with Jesus or anything in your argument. This is only about blasphemy laws and the right to speak about religion in any manner we damn well please. If people have the right to say they love Jesus, I have every right to my stamp.

I'm not sure how much more plain I can make it.
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MountNeverest Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2015
ok you have one upped me in no way whatsoever,. jk it's cute that I'm not even allowed my opinion on what you are TRYING to relate through lots of words and poor stamp concept. let me say that some people ARE in danger of an ass kicking for being blasphemous in this country, and just because it happens in this country that does not mean that people in other countries are NOT looking at what people are saying and doing - and then going ahead and forming an opinion about us~ informed or not... and kicking american ass over seas.sorry . if you are so excited that we are allowed to be blasphemous, you should say "i love blasphemy" instead of being 'generically' hateful- in RHEToric or not. you hate christianity? religion? ok. just do it. make a stamp. but people have legit opinions to the contrary- i love jesus because he is a founding member of the league of imaginary characters in south park- for example. my opinion is such, but you can't argue that i got it all wrong just because we don't agree.
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BlackJill Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I never said you weren't allowed your opinion, I'm telling you that the opinion you posted has nothing to do with the stamp nor it's description. So yes, you did get it wrong and you're still arguing about it like an imbecile. :| Why are you even here? You're arguing a subject you know absolutely nothing about.
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MountNeverest Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2015
incorrect. I am still here because i belong here. I'd leave it be but you are a self proclaimed asshole and that's just not a positive place to live. I guess if you wanted to make a difference you would, maybe by saying, in a stamp, "i believe people should be able to say whatever the fuck they want" but no, being an asshole is what you want, and arguing your points until they are as dead as a door nail. i hate your god, i hate your book. how about i hate your inability to come full circle and figure out things that some people figure out before graduating high school? we seem to have some in common, some not in common, but i'm really just saying I DON'T LIKE THE WAY YOU ARE GOING ABOUT SPREADING YOUR "MESSAGE" really that's all. hate is not an easy word to slip in without backlash. plus, i grew up christian, decided to explore other religions, decided to come to terms with pros and cons of all religions, and as a logical person, would never be like "hey it's ok to imprison people with an opposing religious belief!" but also, i'm not saying "hey i'm down if you want to say mean (see HATEFUL) things about the things i care about, even if in jest, or rhetoric, no response from me." here is an example of the logic you use in this stamp_ It's legal in some states to smoke marijuana, in some countries even. So if i were to be like " i smoke a ton of pot and post about it because I feel bad that in other countries it's illegal!" that would be along the same lines. and going on in my post to say "i love pot!" "mary jane is my bestie"... some would find if offensive i guess, but at least it's not going about my day saying "i hate this and that" "i hate legislation about marijuana laws" is one thing... "i hate legislators that make the laws" is another: hating people is what i'm talking about.......... EVEN IN RHETORIC>
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BlackJill Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I don't really care about your journey into religion or how you feel about it. This stamp is about being able to speak on the subject of religion, whether in a positive or negative manner, without fear or persecution or prosecution. This stamp was also made at the time of Hamza Kashgari's case when he was being persecuted for his Tweets. It's meant to be a protest and to show that how you react to things being said about religion is completely subjective and not grounds for persecution.

"how about i hate your inability to come full circle and figure out things that some people figure out before graduating high school?" The problem with that statement is that the majority of religious people don't understand that, nor do they accept that we are allowed to speak about religion in any manner we choose, even if it offends you or them, and that simply because it offends you doesn't mean we don't have that right. If you'd look in the comments below and go through them, you'll see that a lot of people don't bother reading the description, they immediately jump to being offended because feelings rather than reason. And what if I'm offended by someone's religion or expression thereof? Can I go and tell them they can't say these things because I'm offended? I could, but I don't. Why? Because the same right that protects my freedom of speech is the same right that protects yours and their freedom of speech. It's not just for those that piss sunshine and shit flowers.

And why can't I say I hate someone just because it offends you? If I said I hate God, does that offend you? What about if I said fuck God and Jesus? Or Jesus fucking Christ? The point of the stamp is that I have every right to say these things regardless of yours, or anyone else's feelings on the matter. Why? Because my right to do so is protected under the Bill of Rights of my country and the Constitution this website falls under. It gives me the right to expression of opinion on the subject of religion or any other subject, and the right to believe that Jesus, God and any other religious character as fictional because I'm not legally or morally required to do otherwise. I also have the right to criticize religion and religious beliefs in the same way you have every right to criticize my opinion and my beliefs.

If that makes me an asshole, I'm ok with that and I've never pretended otherwise. Anyone who knows me will tell you the same. You can hate it, that's ok too, but I'm not obligated to care or to change anything based on your feelings. And again, as much as you'd like to say "oh but everyone knows this", no, not everyone does. Or else, why would we have imbeciles like Kim Davis and people who actually support her?
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MK-R Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2015
Tl;Dr bby ;3
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BlackJill Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
:shrug: rvmp 
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MK-R Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2015
He loves you :)
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FUCKING-FUCKER-FUCK Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Woah, I'm on the floor laughing my fucking head off.
Thank you... for making this.
Some people just need to go ahead and read the description before amusing.
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BlackJill Featured By Owner Edited Aug 18, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I guess it's tl;dr for most people? Or maybe English is too hard? I don't know, but some of these people in the comments below though. I feel like some people just sit and stare before replying. They don't read anything, they just derp and then they post the most retarded bullshit in the comments below. To illustrate in a way everyone can understand and because I love emotes (I really miss MSN):

What they think they're doing here when they see my stamp: :pc: rvmp 

What actually happens: :o_o: WHY WOULD YOU DO THAT! O_o spintard Drooling Tard Derp

Probably because: :wall of text:

So I get a lot of: :typerlarry: 

What they think happens after I've read their comment: :8Binthecorner: 

What actually happens: :wtf: Really not impressed. :wtf: revamp


(Edited to fix typo)
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FUCKING-FUCKER-FUCK Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Wow, I am currently laughing as the description and how you described and how you described them as well as you reaction. It's funny because it's true you genius. *Preaches every god damn word you say and now bows.*
I'm really loving that icon you got there also
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BlackJill Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Not sure if serious or not... God internetting is hard.:baffled:
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chipmunkslove Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2015  Hobbyist Artist
I thank God that I'm I church
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LittleGothKitten Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2015
Gr8 b8 m8 I r8 8/8
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Cypselurus Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
How many commenters didn't read the description at all..?
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BlackJill Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Not many, to be fair, especially not when I first posted this. I had to rewrite the above several times in attempts to be as clear as possible so I'm not sure how much clearer I can be without resorting to having to use pictures.
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Paulthored Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2015
I respectfully Completely & Utterly Disagree with, Reject your stamp & your religious views/hate that you Promote.
:peace:
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agemder Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2015
READ THE DESCRIPTION OMG. IT'S NOT ABOUT HATING JESUS, IT'S ABOUT BLASPHEMY LAWS. OKAY THANK YOU
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fuckades Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2015  Student Writer
I know right! I hate it when an author of something has an explanation of whatever their work is below and fuckfaces comment stupid questions and opinions that were discussed in the author's comment/description. The worst is when the fuckfaces become angry that the author refuses to answer.
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BlackJill Featured By Owner Edited Jul 31, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
<-- Ignores all the fuckfaces. There are simply too many fuckfaces and so few actual fucks to give.
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fuckades Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2015  Student Writer
Ahh, yes, that's true. And isn't it ironic that religious extremists do horrible shit in the name of their religion, and wonder why people hate them and their religion for it? The hypocrisy is unbearable.
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TimothyJDarden Featured By Owner Jul 15, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
I worship both Jesus and his fabulous father, God, so this offended me by a ton.
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darknessthehedgehog3 Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2016  Hobbyist Photographer
lol worship me or i'll dame you to hell forever 
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TimothyJDarden Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
I can't worship you, but you can commission me if you'd like. They're free.
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MetalHeadSatanist666 Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
Bbbbbbaaaaaawwwwwwww!!!!!!!!!!!!! MAKE A BRIGE A GET OVER IT. you should have read the description.
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qreciously Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2015
Okay, I get some people don't believe In Jesus.
But you could have said this a bit more nicer, don't you think? :/
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HetaliaLover1015 Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2015  Student General Artist
Not to be mean, Filo, but did you read the description?
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qreciously Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2015
I know people have opinions but still.
I don't appreciate this.
It's just plain out rude. Well, to me.
I have been studying religion all my life and for a true fact, Jesus is a Savior and is real. 
I can speak on my behalf so hmph.
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HetaliaLover1015 Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2015  Student General Artist
I know, but did you read the description? Personally, my grandma pushes me to go to church when I personally don't care. I don't like that she's forcing me to practice a religion I don't like to use. Anyway, America allows a freedom of religion, so the fact that she's doing this to me is unconstitutional, but not a a high level.
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qreciously Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2015
Yes I have and I still want to state what I believe.
Ah... So you're are telling me you do not believe in Jesus?
Hm.. I just get disappointed sometimes- nvm..
Do you believe In Jesus or are you just saying you don't like going to church because it's... boring?
But she's your grandma, she doesn't really have anything to do with America being a free country and all. But yes, it is, but your grandma is just trying to make the legacy of believing in Jesus run in your family.
I'm sorry if I'm coming off rude, I really don't mean it and I'm not trying to be. This is the best way of putting this in a polite paragraph thing.
Srry for asking this. I'm just curious.
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HetaliaLover1015 Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2015  Student General Artist
I believe in Jesus, I just don't like going to church for that reason. I used to like it, but now it seems...boring to me.
And no need to be sorry. I worded what I said weirdly, so it came off that I don't believe in Jesus to an extent. There was this one guy that you'd to preach about his religion INTO A MEGAPHONE, just to do it or to get others to believe. Ok... That got me mad every morning I went to school, but I couldn't do anything about it.
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qreciously Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2015
Ahh I see.
Huh!? What a weird dkflmks ugh.
True, well at least we settled this xD.
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HetaliaLover1015 Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2015  Student General Artist
XD At least we did.
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Komatsuzaki-Xingqi Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I love secularists. 
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FeralFlamespirit Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2015  Student Digital Artist
pfft xD yeah sure.
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midnightlunarose Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
yallow
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