|“|| Just to be clear, I’m not a professional ‘quote maker’. I’m just an atheist teenager who greatly values his intelligence and scientific fact over any silly fiction book written 3,500 years ago. This being said, I am open to any and all criticism.
‘In this moment, I am euphoric. Not because of any phony god’s blessing. But because, I am enlightened by my intelligence.’
Euphoria is a feeling of intense pleasure. It is commonly experienced by drug addicts, atheists, and people who have lots of sex.
List of euphoric moments Edit
- God is dead and Russell T. Davies killed him.
- The End of the World was probably written by a broke Davies as overdue payment for the oral sex he had with Richard Dawkins in the BBC mens bathroom; since not only are the main villains named after a word he invented, by the year 5 billion humanity has taken his advice and banned religion
- Believing in angels got Proto-Gwen killed.
- The 9th Doctor says something about stupid apes being too willing to believe in "invisible things in the sky"
- In The Pandorica Opens, River Song insults religious military servicemen everywhere (like the ones she will serve with only a few episodes prior?) and observes that a Roman commander - who isn't actually but thinks he is, or something - had been a soldier "too long to believe in gods".
- Speaking of the Anglican Marines, all that talk about "We are not fools" sure evaporated in a second, didn't it?
- The Headless Monks are so called because they decapitate themselves - as they believe faith comes from the heart rather than mind. Subtle.
- As for The Rings of Akhaten, well.
- A monastery turns from God and worships an alien Werewolf in Tooth and Claw.
- A Christian commits suicide in Children of Earth, citing the reason as "It's like science has won."
- Enron Wasp man regrets worshiping "Primitive Sky Gods".
- A psychic squid monster tempts Dalek Omega into killing the Doctor by telling him "It's time to do what all evolved civilizations do, its time to kill your god."
- The Nimon and the Minotaur are criticisms to blind faith. PRAISE HIM.
- Vera Juarez in Miracle Day berates a pro-life Catholic doctor during a medical meeting, saying she "used to be Catholic, but got better" and refers to deformed babbies as "mistakes."
This troper thinksit's possible this is part of her character arc though, since she starts off demeaning one type of life but ends up protesting against the assortment of people into different categories of "life" and becomes a martyr for the cause of human dignity
- We're only just getting started with Miracle Day. Here are my favorite parts from Immortal Sins, one of the better episodes of the series and is about Jack and his Italian butt buddy.
- >bootlegging the Eucharistic wine
- "I hear the beads clicking at night, Angelo. Everything we do, you ask for forgiveness afterwards. That's just sex, imagine if it was love. What would he say then, your God?! What would he say if two men could love? But oh no, that's impossible. And if it's impossible, then you can't stay with me."
- "Besides, I always hoped, if God is love, then maybe God loves me too." "That's blasphemy." "That's Christianity." BRAVO DAVIES
- Jack gets killed repeatedly by Catholics shrieking about him being "EL DIABLO"
- The 12th Doctor in Death in Heaven: "Hang on a second. The President? We don't want Americans bombing around the place. They'll only start praying."
- "Whats the one thing that gods never do? Gods never actually show up!"
- The Zygon Invasion/Inversion criticizes hard-line religious extremism. Not the nice, friendly, christian hard-line religious extremism, but the swarthy and scary brown kind.