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Oct 24th 2005

From The Huffington Post

We interrupt our regularly scheduled programming to bring you Bill O’Reilly’s “Most Ridiculous Item of the Day” before it is even on The Factor tonight.

Check out what passes for reasoned dialogue over on The Huffington Post (this is not from some random moonbat in the comment section, it is from regular contributer Cenk Uygur):

If You’re a Christian, Muslim or Jew – You are Wrong

We live in a twisted world, where right is wrong and wrong reigns supreme. It is a chilling fact that most of the world’s leaders believe in nonsensical fairytales about the nature of reality. They believe in Gods that do not exist, and religions that could not possibly be true.

Jesus was a lunatic. God is not coming to your rescue. He hasn’t come to anyone’s rescue in thousands of years, including Jesus. Mohammed was a power hungry, scam artist and ruthless conqueror. Moses and Abraham were figments of the imagination of some long dead rabbi.

If you don’t want to be called ignorant or misinformed, then get informed. Learn the real nature of our universe and put aside old wives tales about resurrected Gods, omniscient prophets and a guy who could split the Red Sea but couldn’t find where he’s going in the desert for forty years.

I’m not sure where to begin.

If anyone doubted that the rabid, activist left is anti-religion, peruse the comments to that post. Yikes.

2 Responses to “From The Huffington Post”

  1. The unbelievers have always been with us. I know that my Redeemer liveth.

  2. It’s really convoluted that the warning not to make right wrong and wrong right, which originated in religion, is now being used against religion, and it’s wrong.

    There are fairy tales in science and rationalism. Not everything can be explained and anyone who tells you so is deluded. It’s a matter of what you choose to believe and what it’s worth to you to believe that.