Holy Sh*t did I just see that?

Really, I never thought I’d live to see the like on network television. Now I learn it’s been around since early 2014. Whom, pray tell, let this 30 second request for secular grassroots activism on the airwaves?

Go team.

I do believe I feel a strong urge to contribute coming over me. FFRF! Oh happy day.

I offer these questions for your consideration.

“Why should anyone feel compelled to be subservient to a benevolent benefactor? Put another way, what kind of dick expects to be worshipped for doing what came naturally?” Nationofnope


15 thoughts on “Holy Sh*t did I just see that?”

  1. There is a very good reason God wants people to know who he is and what he is up to. He wants everyone to be able to come live with him in heaven, but he also knows people naturally sin and are selfish, unkind and dangerous. If we join our lives with his, he will give us a new heart that loves what is good.

    Because we cannot be good without God, we need him. Once you know him, you worship because you gradually realize how wonderful he is.


    1. You just described your god. Selfish, unkind and dangerous. Other adjectives come to mind: jealous and proud of it; a petty, unjust, unforgiving control-freak; a vindictive, bloodthirsty ethnic cleanser; a misogynistic, homophobic, racist, infanticidal, genocidal, filicidal, pestilential, megalomaniacal, sadomasochistic, capriciously malevolent bully.” 👹
      You might as will be a devil worshiper. Then again…


        1. Honey, there are NO GODS. They were all, each and every one made up and served up for folks to keep old men in robes take advantage of the fears of living with the privileged and repeating all’s fair and safe on the magic island on the other side. It’s full of marshmallow dreams and …. no that’s “Homes of the Rich and Famous”


            1. It’s been brought to my attention many times over the decades that I have a mean streak. I just don’t understand how hurtful words can be and I shouldn’t talk down to people. I should have more patience.
              Apparently people tend to shy away when my eyes glow red and my breath turns foul.
              It’s the pot. The eye and breath thing, not the mean stuff.
              You seem to be under the misapprehension that God is something other than a word. A proper noun. You can punch it up with pronouns like Kitchen or Christian or Mayan.
              You speak in terms of anger and relationship with a god. You’re presupposing your belief paradigm on others. I have more affinity for a rock (they’re real) than with a deity.
              I find the concept of belief in a god to be pathological and dangerous in the extreme. What I find particularly galling is how primitive, formulaic, fallacious, fictitious, fraudulent, farcical these beliefs are.
              Vocabulary meltdown.
              Religion in all its manifestations are unbelievable.
              In the meantime. Because it makes me cringe for you when you say things like “can’t be good without God” You see, we know exactly where human morality comes from and your embarrassingly misinformed on the subject. Your local library it an ideal resource. What your looking for is in the psychology section. I recommend, What Makes Us Moral? Crossing the Boundaries of Biology by Neil Levy, Oneworld publications, 2004.
              I’m sure once you’ve familiarized yourself on the subject you’ll be more circumspect.


              1. I just read somewhere that there is no scientific evidence on why we believe there is a right or a wrong. But I have never read the book you recommended. I do know that religions can be very dangerous when they want to force other people to believe what they believe They eventually kill those who disagree with them, if they have the power. That is happening now all over the world.

                I think the religious nuts in the States will one day gain complete power and will persecute and kill. They are a mirror image of ISIS. I think this is foretold in Daniel and Revelation in the Bible.


                1. You might as well give up on me. When you see Sunday laws passed in the U.S., and when you see you won’t be allowed to buy or sell anything unless you agree to these laws, remember me.


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