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Christianity &Politics Thomas on 18 Dec 2009 12:21 am

According to Rush Limbaugh, today’s snowstorm in Copenhagen came from God

Rush Limbaugh declared on his December 17 show: “In Copenhagen, it is a blizzard on loan from God, my friends. I always believe God has a sense of purpose and I always have believed that God has a sense of humor.”

The storm is described here: Blizzard Dumps Snow on Copenhagen as Leaders Battle Warming

So in the mind of this Christian, God looked down from heaven and adjusted the planet so that snow would fall at a specific place and time to send a message to world leaders.

Of course that same God would not want to look down on the planet and help the tens of thousands of children who will die of starvation today.

Why does Rush Limbaugh think that his God has a sense of purpose and a sense of humor, but not a sense of compassion or a sense of decency? Christians like this are disgusting.

9 Responses to “According to Rush Limbaugh, today’s snowstorm in Copenhagen came from God”

  1. on 19 Dec 2009 at 1:14 pm 1.Lou said …

    It is funny, Fly to Denmark to do a photo-op on global warming and get record low temperatures. God does have sense of humor.

  2. on 20 Dec 2009 at 6:45 am 2.3D said …

    What is it that you knuckleheads don’t understand about the difference between “climate” and “weather”?

  3. on 20 Dec 2009 at 11:43 am 3.Severin said …

    According to Bible,other religious books, priests of all religions, followers of religions, etc., EVERYTHING is coming from god (or gods, I do not exactly know how many of tehm “exist”).

    So why would a snowstorm in Kopenhagen be an exception?

    What is the news here?

  4. on 20 Dec 2009 at 8:01 pm 4.Anonymous said …

    atheists look at death as a bad thing yet tons of them commit suicide every year answer that one.

  5. on 21 Dec 2009 at 9:18 am 5.akronnick said …

    @Anonymous #4

    Bad is not always worst.

    And a snowstorm is not a miracle.

  6. on 21 Dec 2009 at 9:53 am 6.Heidi said …

    @Anonymous #4: Religious people look at death as the gateway to paradise, but they still wear their seatbelts and cry at funerals. Answer that one.

  7. on 21 Dec 2009 at 11:43 am 7.Severin said …

    Anonymus #4: And, of course, “tons” of religious people commit suicide as well.
    Probably to reach nice eternal life as soon as possible.
    But, are they sinless enough, that is the question. How do they know that?
    What if they go to hell?

    Oh, how nice is my life without such stupid fears!
    I know that my body and my counsciousness will disappear for ever and ever when I die, and I can not say I like it, but I like my life without stupid and unnecessary additional fears.
    I was totally unconscious 3 times in my life: once before I was born, for I do not know how long, and 2x under narcosis during operations. It does not ache!
    You do not feel anything.

  8. on 22 Dec 2009 at 2:30 am 8.Rob said …

    Death is an end, or another beginning, depending on your outlook. Neither of those outcomes are particularly “bad”.

    I agree with the author, and for some odd reason, my thoughts came together in the form of a newspaper headline: “God finds irony, humor in climate convention, snubs Darfur”

  9. on 26 Dec 2009 at 2:18 pm 9.DC said …

    No Christians in Darfur then, I guess…

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