Religious People Are Funny

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Richard Dawkins Reads His Hate Mail



I think I have posted this next clip before, but it's awesome. It really strikes a cord with me because it always bothers me how religions have such expensive churches, temples, clothing, and yet they do next to nothing for people who could use that money just to survive.



Do you need the finest of marble in the temple? The murals? Nope. As a matter of fact, I think it would make a statement if you didn't have the finest of everything in the temple. People might actually believe you when you claim your church does good with tithing money.

Sell The Vatican, Feed The World



Anti-Star Wars Christians


4 comments:

  1. Anonymous Says:

    Love the Pope Mobile Pic, am glad I found your site.... makes me smile

  1. Meredith Says:

    Listen, Andee, I don't think you get what a diva god is.

    When he says "finest marble", you get finest marble.

    When he says "No brown M&Ms", you don't have ANY FRIGGIN M&Ms!!!

    All he wants to do when he slums it on Earth, is hang out in the nicest Marriott lobby ever and shop at the nicest shopping mall ever. Personally, I think he deserves it.

  1. Andee Says:

    Meredith,

    If God is a Diva, then how can God love us the way He claims to? Sounds like God loves God.

    I think this God sucks ass. :/

  1. The Original Anonymous Says:

    On the flipside, being the history junkie I am, we owe religion much when it comes to preservation of history, such as writings, buildings, etc.

    Although religion such as Christianity itself was not a hotbed for creation, the idea that something was required or should be protected because "God wills it" helped save so much from detoriation and regular human interference. We wouldn't have the coliseum if it weren't for the Pope, who declared it a sacred site for the Christians who died there. The building was being stripped of its precious marble for use in other buildings.

    We owe much to the monastic orders of Europe who saved much of the Classical world's writings. Of course, much of the classical world was destroyed by means of religion, but so were many other things by many other ideologies.

    Yes, many religions seek to help the poor, but they become businesses due to size and the shallow fact that you can't get the money for the poor in the first place if you don't have a snazzy front. It's sad but true.