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Discussion in 'News / Current Events' started by mandym, Mar 18, 2012.
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Let me get this straight: You don't believe in the source of the blessing, so therefore you don't believe in the blessing ... but you're washing away the materials of the blessing?
I'm just not getting it. Why would you validate something you allegedly don't believe in by washing away the evidence?
That is totally crazy in my book.:tonofbricks:
The Atheist' mentality - with nothing better to do with their time, apparently.
...and odd that these same types love to make muchado about Christian actions and beliefs which they claim are senseless and needy. I'd call their action childish "in your face" behavior and chaulk it up to that something must be eating at them...this being a random event since the so-called blessing had nothing to do against then in the first place.
I'm sure this gets more attention in the media than the blessing ever did too, whatever!
Interesting to see if any of them has a fender-bender in the near future.
I am not sure which saddens me more - the idea of PUP (Polk Under Prayer) that a stretch of road can be "blessed" by splashing so-called "holy water" onto it, or the notion of these atheists that such "blessing" can be negated by splashing so-called "unholy water" onto it.
1. Can someone please define Holy Water for me?
2. Can someone please define un-Holy Water for me?
At this point radicial atheism essentially is just going to go around and cause scenes to oppose Christianity (solely) at any point.
Militant Atheism is around the corner. The sad thing is many of these radical atheists just oppose Christianity just to oppose Christianity. They don't like Christians and they want everyone in the world to know that they don't like Christians.
The idiocy of their exploits is increasingly alarming. (Besides the point that water doesn't do anything prayer can't do) Are they really assenting to the notion that there are holy acts and unholy acts which promote or condemn ourselves before God? So they accept God exists?
That is my take, as well.
Take some water, put it in a saucepan and boil the hell out of it!