My english teacher told us to write a persuasive essay, so i decided to write one about my beloved spagedeity the FSM. This is why I am taking this opportunity to explain to you the ways of Pastafarianism so that you may not be so critical of it in the future.
Of course there are areas of our Country where atheist still must watch their words. Legally they are right to speak their mind ; but personally they could be wrong.
It all depends on what they want. If they want acceptance in a community controlled by a religion; they will probably never get that acceptance.
Going back fifty years you could not tell a coworker your views. The reason is that it would be a major distraction for an atheist simply trying to do their job and raise their family. We always had to worry about what was more important - being true to our beliefs or true to ourselves and the ones we loved.
The problem with believers is that they do not always tell others of the degree of their beliefs like 1 to Some are very offended by anybody that attacks their beliefs. Some will be quick to tell all in their community or workplace your beliefs. I always felt that atheist like Madalyn Murray O'Hair were very brave to be able to voice their opinions in times where it was not popular to do so.
I know that many condemn Mrs. O'Hair for writing off her son. But, in when she founded the "American Atheists" group; she did go out on a limb. I still remember many claiming she was 'the most hated woman in America'.
A few years after that I became an atheist.The Flying Spaghetti Monster is a satirical deity for the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster, a parody religious organization with followers known as "Pastafarians." The being resembles a large floating mass of cylindrical pasta with two large eyestalks that carrys meatballs on each side of its body.
The Dutch council of state has ruled that Pastafarianism is not a religion, denying a follower of the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster the right to wear a colander on her head in her.
The Gospel of the Flying Spaghetti Monster is the fundamental text of the Pastafarian religion. Explore that unique faith by exploring its foundational tome. The Gospel of the Flying Spaghetti Monster is the fundamental text of the Pastafarian religion. Explore that unique faith by exploring its foundational tome.
The Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster was started by an American, Bobby Henderson, in when he wrote an open letter as a satirical response to the Kansas State Board of Education’s decision to permit the teaching of intelligent design alongside evolution in science classrooms.
On April 12, , a district court in Nebraska rejected the religious accommodation claims advanced by a member of the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster.1 In denying the religious accommodation claims, the court was forced to walk a narrow line between precedents that bar courts from questioning the centrality of a belief to an individual’s faith, and cases that allow courts to assess.
For He is the Flying Spaghetti Monster: the One, True, and Most High God, creator of man and midgit, giver of pasta, giver of sauce, from age to holy age; not created He was, but ever He lives, through the glory of spaghetti, now and forever.