Sunday, August 06, 2006

Atheism Turns Hateful


I am not one to usually cry wolf. Most of my experience with people who disagree with me has been at the very least civil. Until I found a new version of hangman on an atheist web site. I have never noticed such hatred towards the people of the church before. At least, not in America. Pray for the hearts of our brothers that they may come to know Him.

For the time being I'll just stick to playing a different game. Hat tip to Samantha Burns.

posted by Out Of Jersey | 3:27 PM

7 Comments:

Blogger Shesawriter said...

"Father forgive them, for they know not what they do."

Didn't He say all this would happen? The hour is late, Rev. The Lord is coming back soon, so the devil is very busy.

Say a prayer for them. Time is short.

7:10 PM  
Blogger Art said...

That is seriously sick!

Love your enemies.

HE died for them too - even if they don't realize it.

9:15 AM  
Blogger LutherPunk said...

That doesn't bother me all that much as far as content goes. Somone apparently has a bone to pick and they are going about it in an absurd way. I feel bad for them, really.

I think the last thing that really bothered me was on South Park when Cartman yelled out, "F@#k Jesus." The fact that he said it not once but twice floored me. I love the irreverance of South Park but that was the last episode I will ever watch.

4:39 PM  
Blogger The Cubicle Reverend said...

I am saddened that peopleare so hateful to Christ. Usually it's because of some harm caused by another church. I agree LP, that time cartman said that about Jesus, I was pretty much done.

10:50 AM  
Blogger RC said...

That's unfortunate. And is completly offensive to what Jesus did for us.

--RC of strangeculture.blogspot.com

1:38 PM  
Blogger jasdye said...

i just purused the sight. yeah, offensive and sad.

but it's meant as a joke - absurd as it may be. and as many other jokes are, they will pick on the one thing that's most reverent and poke holes at it. so, i think our Jesus Christ still has power in our culture, in unexpected ways.

11:10 AM  
Blogger hipastorzwife2B said...

"You only parody the things you once loved and now loathe" -Tony Hendra (in Father Joe, pg 165)

I often wonder what it was hurt them so.

4:06 PM  

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