Stupid Things Religious People Think


Nowhere As Lucky As Still-Borns But Still….Pretty Lucky, Wouldn’t You Say?

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  1. #1 by nikeyo on July 6, 2014 - 12:34 AM

    Always hated this crap. Why not teach your kid to just be unique than teach them that a god made them the way there are?

    I grew up watching my brother praying to be healed every Sunday. Healing evangelists came through on a norm and shared their stories about “miracles”. He asked, begged, and pleaded. Nothing. So silly to tell kids….

  2. #2 by Kip on July 5, 2014 - 8:34 PM

    Kind of an odd message.

    • #3 by popreflection on July 5, 2014 - 8:41 PM

      No, it’s pretty straightforward actually. Religious people think even bad shit happens for a special reason and that when a child dies or something horrible happens to them or when terrible things happen in general, god still meant it as a reward, as something good. A lot of parents of mentally challenged or physically handicapped people say this stuff to themselves and their kid “you are special honey. God had a plan for you” Blah blah blah. In reality, of course, it is not only bullshit but pretty cruel to tell a handicapped child that there is an all loving god out there whose special plan for them was that they sit in a wheelchair or the best this grandiose god could come up with for little one was put him in a wheelchair etc.


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