Something new. Not Isreal against Palestine. Not Muslims against Christians. Or Christians against pagans or Yankee fans.

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    Jun 06, 2010 3:53 AM GMT
    As an atheist, give me a reason for a god. Or Christians, why did a god create a planet, or planets and all the rest, put people on it, give them temptation, and then a whole lot later get upset enough to impregnate a woman with what I guess is his son to alleviate the sin that those two crazy kids did way back in Eden?

    Does that still make sense to anyone?

    And if the Bible was written by God, and if Jesus was the Son of said God, how come he never said anything unique or that was not known at the time? Talking in parables, I know I know, it was supposed to teach and people were supposed to accept him based on faith, but then he said he was God's son. That kinda ruins the whole believe in me based on faith.

    If Jesus had said, maybe in passing, "You know, Judas, the Niners will win the Superbowl in 1981. This means nothing to you now. But write it down. It will be HUGE." Well, maybe I could believe. He had complete knowledge, but he still thought the sun revolved around the Earth? Maybe it is just me. If he said, " Look, Simon, I am God. I know everything. Mariah Carey will be huge in the late 20th century."

    Or if he just said, you know you are all wrong, the earth is just one planet that revolves around the sun, not the other way around, I might be a believer.

    I know I know. Faith is faith. But he did finally break down and say he was the son of a god. So much for faith.

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    Jun 06, 2010 4:40 AM GMT
    Funny. Not great, but funny. It won't put you on the comedy circuit. Long set up and short