Christianity Thomas on 04 Jan 2011 12:28 am
It seems that, as Christian fundamentalists become more and more entrenched, they should eventually reach a breaking point. Here is one place where they are getting close:
The culture wars have a new battlefield, thanks to a letter this week from the Congressional Prayer Caucus to President Obama. To the religious right, the motto “E Pluribus Unum,” which has been part of the fabric of American democracy since it was emblazened on the national seal in 1782, has become a controversial, anti-God statement.
From her Subaru, a car painted as white as the fourth horse of Revelation, Allison Warden proclaims that Jesus shall return May 21….
If you’re on the left-behind list, get ready for some real disappointment. On Oct. 21, five months after the believers vanish into the sky, the entire planet will be engulfed in the cleansing fires of heaven.
Of course nothing will happen on May 21. Her belief is a type of insanity.
Why is a person who is afflicted with this level of insanity able to get media coverage? Because there are millions of others who are just as insane.
If you are a casual Christian who is tired of the insanity, try this – It will help you break free: GodIsImaginary.com