The Religious Case for Wanton Destruction

The good Lord made all those poisons, so it would hurt His feelings if you found some reason not to consume them.

Comments:

  1. Pin the tail on the donkey, duh.

    Confirms my opinion that most aggressive god folk are too busy promoting the god made in their image to find out what might actually be there, whatever it is. Certainly these guys' deity is a type A aging white male bent on profit.

  2. Oh. My. Goodness. We've been doin' it rong.

    Australia and all those other places blessed with abundant, cheap, effective asbestos should get right back in there and dig it up and build those houses the way God intended. I'm emailing my member of Parliament pronto.

    • Actually, I had in mind a more organic substance, a product of digestion. We are blessed, aren't we? (apologies for slumming)

  3. Surely this represents a huge opportunity for funding in renewables? All someone needs to do is point out that God, presumably, gave us wind, sunshine, tides, waves, geothermal... and, what is more, far more of them than He did those paltry sham-fossil fuels.

    What could possibly go wrong with an argument like that?


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