This comment refutes itself

I don’t know whether to laugh or cry at this comment from Raymond:

I find most people denies christinity because they just don’t open ther mind up to do any thinking. They are so struborn that their keens want bend. They create a hardness in their heart such as the Pharoes did with Moses. They let the surpent enter their mind to show them the pleasure of life is more rewarding than beleving. I pray for the world and the people of such. May God enter your hearts with LOVE.

Ah yes, that’s the problem. We’re all just too “struborn” to see the truth of “christinity.” Luckily we have insightful folks like Raymond to show us what our lives would be like if we opened our minds to do some thinking.

 

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  1. Oh, my goodness. I’m really hoping that’s a Poe, but afraid that it isn’t.

    Hey Raymond, check your book again. It says your god created the hardness in Pharaoh’s heart.

  2. I mean this in the best way possible: Pick on someone your own size.

  3. kind of Gil

     /  September 4, 2011 at 12:17 am

    Come on. Is this supposed to be evidence against Christianity? I should start a blog and quote this post as evidence that atheists are smug, elitist bullies.

    Let me know if this is a blog about free thought and intelligent ideas or if it’s an atheists against Christian vent session.

  4. Raymond was the one who originally commented here, on NFQ’s blog. She certainly didn’t go to one of their sites to pick on txian comments.

    Either Raymond is trolling us, in which case he’s fair game, or

    He’s a reasonably intelligent person who posted a sloppy and illogical comment, in which case he’s fair game, or

    He really believes what he wrote, and that’s the best he can do on spelling and grammar. In which case, he’s in over his head commenting on atheist blogs, and I feel very sorry for him.

  5. kind of gil

     /  September 4, 2011 at 3:20 pm

    ah, ok – gotcha – that makes it better. I thought it was some randomly found comment.. indeed, it’s fair game.

  6. Yeah … I don’t spend my time/energy on this sort of thing, usually. But I’ve made a real point of explaining my considered objections to various religions, particularly Christianity, and even though I have a number of Christian readers I have yet to hear any substantive reason in favor of belief (if anything, I just get excuses for it). I think it’s interesting that the only people who attempt (feebly) to convert me outright are the people who can’t even spell the name of their own religion.

  7. kind of Gil

     /  September 5, 2011 at 4:39 pm

    In context, I definitely see your reason for posting what you did.

    Also, I hope in our discussions you don’t see me as trying to ‘convert’ you – I just love exchanging ideas!

  8. Marketing Jesus as a cure-all to life’s woes is the worst possible way to bring someone to Christianity. Not only does it set someone up for big disappointment (not to mention the Bible never suggests a believer will have health, wealth, and happiness), it conditions them to test whether Christianity is true or false based on their feelings and prosperity.

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