A nonbeliever's SECOND reading of the Bible

A nonbeliever's SECOND reading of the Bible
Hunc tu caveto.

Wednesday, April 08, 2009

The other day Jesus graced me with a parking spot at the local supermarket. Hallelujah! It really is wonderful that we have a God that loves us so much that He can grace us with things most people take for granted, like the occasional parking spot, and that leads me to what this meditation is about. I’m not shy about praising the Lord.

It’s okay to speak about religion positively, but it’s not okay to criticize it. In fact, it’s a social taboo. It’s a taboo that God Himself put into our social relations.

From what I understand, every major critic of religion out there needs to hire security. Sam Harris, Richard Dawkins, Ayaan Hirsi Ali (former Muslim), and many others, all need to protect themselves from the righteous. Poor nonbelievers. If you would only believe in our ancient Bronze Age stories, you wouldn’t need to protect yourselves, now would you?

Speaking of Sam Harris, let me show you how deluded an unbeliever is when debating against believers:

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