Jaclyn Glenn – 6 Myths About Dating Atheists – VIDEO


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  • jasonhorton December 15, 2014 at 1:32 am

    Things get deep with +Jaclyn Glenn. Don’t forget to SMASH that LIKE button!

  • JaclynGlenn December 15, 2014 at 2:00 am

    This was so much fun and it turned out great!!! :)

  • wburton16 December 15, 2014 at 2:25 am

    Atheism is a system of beliefs shared by and uniting a group of people.
    That is the dictionary definition of a religion.

  • kimicalin December 15, 2014 at 2:27 am

    i hate living in the south and coming from a very religious family. i cant
    even tell my own family im not religious because i know as soon as i say
    that they are going to force feed me the bible every night, force me to
    attend church EVERY sunday (instead of just occasionally), they would
    probably even hang crosses and bible verses on my bedroom walls. when i
    told a few of my friends about my lack of belief in god, they kinda got
    freaked out and started excessively talking about God and the bible. hell 3
    of them bought me a bible for my birthday. its really draining being
    surround by something you don’t believe in. its like sitting in a 12 hour
    lecture of your least favorite subject in school.

  • wolffame December 15, 2014 at 2:36 am

    I AM A TRUE WITNESS TO THE WORLD. My testimony is that God has audible
    spoken to me (physically) back in 2003. Hearing him say to me: “I AM THE
    ALPHA AND OMEGA THE BEGINNING AND THE END.” I am probably one in a
    billionth or more, in the world, who has heard his audible voice. He has
    also shown me many dreams with him (about 7) throughout these past 10 years
    (never showing his face to me) and many other supernatural occurrences
    happen. Since then our relationship has been kept healthy and myself
    making sure I don’t go away from him. Follow his ways, words, commandments,
    with genuine love and everything will be known to you. Please be with him,
    saved, and love him always.

  • usiel ulloa December 15, 2014 at 2:45 am

    If you read the bible…hell is not a literal place
    And no, no people are tormented
    No one reads it!
    Admittedly even some religious people don’t know

    Well “hell” is actually a non literal place called hades and the bad people
    will just perish out of existence, not tormented for the rest of there life

    Annnnddd we don’t go straight there
    People will be resurrected and be given a second change in which they know
    God, and after…that’s when they will really choose if they want to be by
    his side

    And that is what is actually in the bible 😉

    Just for your general knowledge That’s all 

  • Dogma Disputant December 15, 2014 at 2:51 am

    Being an atheist merely requires a modest level of intellect and cognitive
    skill; as apposed to being a theist, which only requires having an anus to
    stick ones head into. This correlation explains the overwhelming number of

  • mrjerrysays December 15, 2014 at 3:11 am

    I don’t care what anyone say, you will worship someone or something,its in
    our heart,thats just the facts,what draws me to the ten commandments,is
    they are perfect,what i mean,if all human kind start with those Laws,and
    expand from there,then you will see increasingly,the human situation would
    get better ,yes you are right,early in the Bible,there was a lot
    killing,but i n the new testament you see that our Lord Jesus,set 1 free
    from the penalty of death,and means for all of us to be forgiving as much
    as we can.

  • J. D. B. December 15, 2014 at 3:38 am

    One thing that confuses me and maybe that is the case because I grew up in
    Europe, so maybe somebody can explain this to me. My entire life, until I
    moved to the US, it was only natural to me that people know one thing and
    don’t know another thing and simply go with that. When you are in a
    situation in which you don’t know something (or everything), you just take
    an educated guess or anticipate something, for example when you playing
    goal and somebody takes a penalty shot. That’s the “normal” thing to do.
    To do something else, you have to have a valid reason. This means that you
    need a valid reason to believe in a higher power, be it fear, imagination,
    or whatever. So, you might believe in God, because you like the idea that
    somebody kick-started evolution, but if information is found that
    contradicts that assumption, you adjust.

    But now I live in the US and people ask me why I don’t believe in God and
    when I tell them that I don’t because I have no reason to do so, they act
    as if I needed a reason not to believe in God. That’s like needing a reason
    not to wear a bikini in Chicago in December when going to a Bears game or
    needing a reason to wear clothes at all (and for those I could even come up
    with one). It’s probably more like needing a reason to like puppies,
    needing a reason for not liking to be shot at, or needing a reason not to
    close my eyes when driving. I simply don’t get it.

  • Courtney Stewart December 15, 2014 at 3:58 am

    I completely understand the point of this video but I found it extremely
    disrespectful for you to assume that all religious people worship in a
    “buffet” style. Most people view their religion as joining the army. You
    can’t expect to join the army and tell your sergeant, “I would love to be a
    part of this, but I don’t want to exercise, get up early, or get hurt.” and
    expect them to say, “OK! Go back to bed, see you after training!” Religious
    people know and understand that it is all or nothing and do their best to
    fulfill that promise when joining their parish or group. So, before telling
    us not to assume about you, don’t nitpick at us. Thank you.

  • RyoHazuki224 December 15, 2014 at 4:20 am

    I’m like what you said Jason, when I’m looking at somebody’s profile, and
    right way it says something like “God is first in my life” or, “I’m a
    god-fearing woman” or something of that nature, it’s a big turn off for me
    as an atheist. They may be a good person, even have a personality that
    would match up with mine. And while I do think a person should be free to
    believe whatever they want to believe, if what they believe in comes FIRST
    before their significant other, then I see a problem with that, especially
    if they want to be in a serious relationship eventually. My brother is in
    that situation, his wife is super religious, and to her, God comes before
    anything else, before her husband, kids, parents, her home, whatever. And I
    see that it really has a negative effect on not just my brother, but his
    whole household. (daughter left home the day after turning 18, joined the
    Navy, and just wanted to get the fuck out of that house and away from it

  • Event Horizon Productions December 15, 2014 at 4:32 am

    Dude I almost had to click off cuz I thought it was a full on lie in the
    The first 4 and a half minutes of this video is just a bunch of wrong facts
    about the Bible and arguably misguided opinions in general.

  • GirlfriendsTV December 15, 2014 at 4:43 am

    Some of my favorites!

  • gourmet09 December 15, 2014 at 5:04 am

    Agnostic position ??? Atheism and agnosticism are two different things. I
    don’t walk around wondering: is there a god or isn’t there ??? I know
    there’s no god and I’m unequivocal about it. Agnostics don’t reject the
    concept of a higher power because they have no evidence to the contrary. As
    an atheist I demand that every claim you make be measurable. Can’t prove
    the existence of a god, zombi, or the loch ness monster ??? That’s because
    they don’t exist. 

  • Vanity December 15, 2014 at 5:20 am

    why would a religious person even date an Atheist in the first place.
    That’s against most religions so :/ This video shouldn’t have even been

  • Sam Hartley December 15, 2014 at 5:31 am

    I think I was an Atheist before I knew it haha

  • Allaiyah Weyn December 15, 2014 at 5:57 am

    Atheism & agnosticism are not the same. Agnostics say “I don’t know” & are
    more tolerant of the religious. Atheists say “absolutely not” & are far
    less tolerant of theists. A few notable examples are Bill Maher, The
    Amazing Atheist, & Pat Condell.

  • Ashley Kristen December 15, 2014 at 6:05 am

    Here’s the logic : just because one person doesn’t believe with Heaven and
    hell doesn’t mean Heaven and hell wouldn’t exist. If you don’t believe
    of the existence of Heaven and hell, it’s your own problem that you are
    scared to believe.. but remember, these places are real. Peace out ! 😉 

  • Tony Johnson December 15, 2014 at 6:11 am

    Homo and Horseteeth.

  • Milan Tique December 15, 2014 at 6:19 am

    meh id probably raise my kids the same way i was raised, my parents forced
    religion and sports and school, they basically made me take everything a
    kid could take or learn and when i was old enough to stop caring what my
    parents thought so much, i had the understanding of so many things that i
    chose who i wanted to be for myself

  • Dorothyellen w December 15, 2014 at 6:36 am

    Don’t forget, there are millions of closeted atheists and agnostics in
    churches, temples, mosques, etc., many of whom are there because they’re
    pressured to go by their family or they hope to get an inheritance or
    financing for their college education from a believer. Maybe there are
    more atheists in religions than out of them, just waiting till they can be
    set free. 

  • Ryuu Akahana December 15, 2014 at 6:57 am

    I believe in god but I don’t agree with the bible. It was written by man
    and it isn’t the entire bible. My girlfriend is atheist and we have no

  • Dominik Kotvan December 15, 2014 at 7:20 am

    well…. there is difference between reading bible and studying it….
    bible is not physics textbook, you cannot take everything absolutelly
    literally in one hand and in other, it is not fairytale either….
    when you reading it you have to be carefull to realize, what is metaphor
    and what is literal…. and this process of distinguishing is called
    studying… :)

  • LionofJudah December 15, 2014 at 7:51 am

    I seriously doubt jackyln’s claim actually of reading the bible based on
    her description…it seems she has very little knowledge of so. 

  • pixiehigh13 December 15, 2014 at 8:11 am

    my mother had made us get into saturday school, idk what its called but it
    was catholic. i think i was like in 3rd grade and it was so strange to me
    that they worshiped a figure and believing it knows everything. i remember
    asking my teacher why are they showing us something that everybody knows..
    morals. Its like these people don’t think and need someone else to do the
    thinking for them. What a waste of brain. Her face was priceless though.
    I’m independent ever since i was very little and observed everyone’s
    behavior. So i didn’t need any religion nor make believe person to tell me
    how to live life and treat others. All in all i just believe in what i see,
    i don’t see no man in a fat suit during the holidays.. i see no man in a
    robe duplicating bread and feeding the poor. 

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