Atheism has no dogma or doctrinal teachings, so beyond the lack of belief in a deity an atheist may believe or disbelieve literally anything. Thus what one one atheist does has no bearing on atheism.
Christianity has long established dogma of antisemitism over centuries, and that is the context under which the Holocaust was perpetrated in a central European country that was almost entirely Christian at the time and had been for centuries, in a continent that was itself majority christian for centuries.
How long are you going to ignore my point that being a christian was a requirement for the German SS, who of course ran the extermination camps?
Or the point about a 1939 census showing over 94% of Germans were Christians?
Each time you repeat this point and ignore these facts reinforces how dishonestly you're approaching the topic, to satisfy your own bias against legitimate criticisms of christianity.
Then there is the bible depicting a deity that performs and encourages its followers to commit, ethnic cleansing and genocide, and sex trafficking women and girls. And of course the bible, and even Jesus's endorsements of slavery?
You can pretend it's me you have a problem with Jo, but do you really think we can't all see you're dishonestly evading questions you don't like.
I'm sick of your relentless dishonesty here Jo, and dodge me all you want, but I seriously doubt I am alone in noticing.
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