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Christianity Thomas on 04 Jun 2011 12:41 am

Ricky Gervais on Noah’s Ark

A different way to think about Noah’s Ark:

How could anyone believe this story? Even if you assume that it’s allegory, how could anyone worship a being this bizarre?

5 Responses to “Ricky Gervais on Noah’s Ark”

  1. on 21 Jun 2011 at 3:31 pm 1.simply vicki said …

    sounds like some jerk who has been disappointed somewhere in childhood and now wants to blame God. Explain the origin of all those arachnids that you seem to enjoy laughing about and their role in germination and pollination and how they keep you from the arduous task of blowing on or picking apart the leaves on those lovely flowers you like to brag about around your home. How does your Garden(ia) really grow? I wonder on who’s name you will call on your death bed. Will it be a member of your audience; who thinks you’re really funny, but, only knows your name and not you and won’t be there to save you. My aunt is living proof of what God can do through prayer since she was suppose to have died of cancer, according to her doctor, when I was 19 and I am now 53. What happened to you at age 8? Did you pray for a toy and didn’t get it. That seems to be where your spiritual growth was stunted. It’s amazing how you’ve made millions of dollars attempting to draw the attention of others away from God. I’m sure he is pleased by your adverse ability to draw others closer to Him by your negativity. One of the primary things we’re are guilty of as humans is being nosey. You don’t think they go home after the show and try to find proof of what you’re saying. Where do you think they look first?! Thanks from the Christian community who do believe for making our job so much easier. Keep up the Good work! God bless you!

  2. on 21 Jun 2011 at 3:59 pm 2.Lou said …

    1.simply (simple?) vicki said …

    “Thanks from the Christian community who do believe for making our job so much easier. Keep up the Good work!”

    Thanks from the atheist community for demonstrating the irrational and illogical thought process of the mind of those “who do believe.”

    “God bless you!”

    God obviously didn’t bless you, unless you consider ignorance to be bliss.

  3. on 22 Jun 2011 at 8:11 pm 3.nony mouse said …

    Wow, Vicky, you’re certainly one angry, hate-filled, individual. Aren’t you?

    What are you afraid of Vicky? Concerned, perhaps, that if you think for yourself that you’ll find that belief in your god is utterly, ridiculously, and pathetically silly?

    Why on earth would you think that anyone would be so out-of-touch with reality as to pray for a toy? Is that what your parents taught you? Not that good behavior, working hard, or simply having loving relationships with real people was important? In your world, you close your eyes and wish for things. That’s the extent of your value system? That’s sad, Vicky. Really sad.

    Don’t despair though, Vicky. Even though the world can be a scary place. Once you embrace reality, you can free yourself from that fear and self-loathing that comes with your religion.

  4. on 07 Jul 2011 at 11:48 pm 4.Gopherskid said …

    Ha… ha… ha… Its all science Vicky… If you would pick up a 6th grade Science book, it will have the answers for you. THEN you won’t have to just sit there and gawk at the fact that you don’t know how it all works… you can sit there and gawk at how beautiful it all is BECAUSE you know how it all works.

  5. on 10 Jul 2011 at 12:37 am 5.truthseeker said …

    Is all the hostility necessary? I wonder what’s amiss when intelligent people can’t have an intelligent conversation. This video is of a comedian talking about a book written for children. He’s looking for a laugh, not intelligent thought. And I seriously hope none of you are honestly looking for answers to a question as life-defining as “Is there a God?” in a 6th grade science textbook. Try Intelligent Design theory or Theistic Evolution. That will give you some grown-up meat to chew on. But whatever you decide to do with the story of Noah’s Ark, (no one alive can answer questions about why or how a God that is powerful enough to create everything that exists did what He did thousands of years ago) let’s try to be kind and leave each other room to believe what we choose without ridicule.

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