damn, they really got us this time.
i’ll see your universe and raise you your arrogance.
edit: to clarify: the original was put online in a sarcastic manner from someone else, but christians didn’t get the sarcasm and reblogged it. thus the actual response to a sarcastic-meant image.
pretty much sums it up.
I’m reminded of the scene we have all observed at one time or another on the televised news, when there has been a major airline disaster, a plane wreck with hundreds of people killed, and one of the survivors comes on the air thanking God for being with him and saving him. You wonder what people are thinking—or if they are thinking. God saved YOU? What about those other poor souls who had their arms and legs ripped off and their brains splattered all over the seat next to you? By thanking God for your good fortune, aren’t you implicating him for the misfortunes of others? — God’s Problem, Bart Ehrman (via agno-atheist)
There came a time in my life when I found that I simply could no longer thank God for my food. And the irony is that it was because I came to realize (or, at least, came to think) that if I was thanking God for providing me with my sustenance, and acknowledging that I was fed not because of my own good efforts but because of his gracious actions toward me, then by implication I was saying something about those who didn’t have food. If I have food because God has given it to me, then don’t others lack food because God has chosen not to give it to them? …What would we think of an earthly father who starved two of his children and fed only the third even though there was enough food to go around? And what would we think of the fed child expressing her deeply felt gratitude to her father for taking care of her needs, when her two siblings were dying of malnutrition before her very eyes? — God’s Problem, Bart Ehrman (via agno-atheist)
quick guide to god….
many other examples for products as well. google is especially LGBT friendly and so on. religious people will run out of products to use and food to eat at one point. hooray for darwin.