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Tuesday, December 04, 2007

And in the interest of equal time. . .

Christians can be stupid too.

The minister with the stuffed pig is really on the same moral level as the idiots in Sudan who were demonstrating to have that teacher executed over a teddy bear.

I have the really sad feeling that the ultimate apocalypse will be waged over something this idiotic.


Steve Buchheit said...

The ads on that site are more fun than the article.

Anonymous said...

I'm just a little disappointed that the pig video didn't end with "I'm Muhommed and I approve this message. - Oink"

On another note, that wacko Keller who produced the pig video, also thinks Mitt Romney is aligned with Satan. "Please take some time today and pray for Mitt Romney and all those who have been deceived by the lies of the Mormon cult," Keller adds. "The fact is that unless they renounce those lies and turn to faith in the one true Jesus of the Bible, they will die and spend eternity in hell. Pray also for these Christian leaders who have for whatever reason, foolishly aligned themselves with Romney. Pray the Holy Spirit will convict them and that they will renounce Romney and find a candidate to support who will hold to Biblical values. There is no excuse, no justification for supporting and voting for a man who will be used by satan to lead the souls of millions into the eternal flames of hell!"


quazipseudo said...

No doubt. Religion is ripe for mischief. People tend to forget religion is all a bunch of stuff we make up anyway.

Anonymous said...

Actually, Quazipseudo, most people in the world believe in a higher being of some sort. If you believe it's all a bunch of made-up stuff, then you are most definitely in the minority. People who believe in a higher power are not 'forgeting' it's made up. They have faith that it's true. A lot of really brilliant people are religious. Faith has nothing to do with intelligence or forgetfulness.

That said, this Keller fellow is a moron. -Michelle