God is Not Violent (well, just a little bit, sometimes).

Atheists often attack the “evil mumbo-jumbo” believed by My followers. And it’s time to put a stop to it, I Tell Thee!

The fact is, My sheep, you are not doing nearly enough to argue your case! However, there are some of you that are trying (in some cases, very trying). For example, let’s take Derek Whose Mind Is Twisted’s latest post as a splendid example of how you can argue against the idea that I’m a Bad Dude.

Derek starts:

“A lot of people today call Christianity violent. In this poll, most people think that Christianity is violent in practice. I still have no idea why people consider Christianity to be violent.”

To counter this fallacy, he quotes from Deuteronomy 13 Deu 13:1-5 (a chapter from My #1 Bestseller, available at all Good bookstores now), which Derek accurately summarizes:

“Think about it though. If a false prophet comes into Israel and turns many people away from God, therefore subjecting them to eternal torture in hell, wouldn’t it be better if that person were dead, rather than all the Israelites subject to the same fate?”

OK, I’ve thought about it…Of course it would be! How could anyone doubt this? Anyone (especially a false prophet) that turns my True Believers away from Me is better off dead. That means all the atheists too (let’s face it, you can’t get more false prophecies from anyone else). Apart from the fact that all my False Prophets are equally “wrong” or equally “right” depending on which side of which fence you happen to be sitting on, where’s the debate here?

And then reassuringly, Derek’s twisted mind reminds all you miserable sinners:

“A point to make is that no matter what God does, people will always refuse Him (until God destroys the earth, that is).”

So, at the end of the day, it’s all going to be OK. And then this mortal with My-Given genius concludes:

“That’s another reason God can kill people: We deserve it. Actually, we deserve worse, and this all results in supporting Christianity. Odd how an atheistic accusation will do that.”

I just don’t see how the Heathen can make a case against this piercing logic.

Update 7-28-07 – Derek has now changed his post without notifying his readers that he has done so. He also removed the trackback. See comments below.

6 Responses to God is Not Violent (well, just a little bit, sometimes).

  1. D says:

    Thanks for your help. I didn’t really notice how bad that all sounded, so I revised it.

  2. fakegod says:

    It didn’t sound Bad at all Derek David. It was a perfectly accurate representation of your world view.

    And I am not surprised that you have removed the trackback to your post (to my post) and that you have now changed your post’s content considerably without any mention of the changes you have made, and not provided your readers with the reasons for why you have changed your post. Keep the Revisionism up!

  3. D says:

    I don’t like trackbacks. I implied my reason for changing it. Though I didn’t say that I changed it, I implied a reason for changing it.

  4. D says:

    If my post didn’t sound bad, you wouldn’t have it on your blog.
    As I said before, I don’t like trackbacks, no matter who’s they are. I tend to delete any trackback that appears.

  5. D says:

    Who’s David?

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