the banana example was obscene.
The coke can analogy is the FUNNIEST thing I have seen in...well at least a week.
The idea that something created does not have a creator is what fills these morons with absolute dread. What the hell is up with that? The unknowability of that is what is central to faith.I think there's more to this. I think these people, for reasons that they won't tell us, are really concerned about being consigned to Hell. And that's interesting...
My mean spirited take on all this is I think it's more like the preaching teams that show up at your door early on weekend mornings. They're not there to convert you. They're there to publically 'test their faith' and you're just the prop they're using. It's self hypnosis and proving to other believers they're "of the Body".In this case, they seem in escalating hysteric mode against anything scientifically rational, and it's compounding. Religious belief is declining despite the core believers and there are many avenues of communication open to 'utes', even home schooled 'utes'.If they can't figure out how to take the entire system over and block out any and /all/ dissenting information to their spiritual view, they are facing generational revolution when those 'utes' hit the world of having to make a living out of reality, not wish fulfillment.For me, the topper irony in all the anti-science/evolution crap is the peanut butter piece where they start off dismissing evolution as fairy tales because the Bible stories are real. Right there, you know they need to /eat/ more pb for the protein, damn the newly evolved life forms lurking between the molecules.
They're not there to convert you. They're there to publically 'test their faith' and you're just the prop they're using.I'd agree with that. That's why the the JW's and the Mormons are satanic.*cackle cackle*
I'm glad you said "Not all Christians are ideiots," but it is sad that the loudest ones are.flukkorWhat an interesting word verification.
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