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Christianity &Islam &Judaism Thomas on 15 Nov 2011 12:15 am

“God” cannot make up his mind

A funny situation has arisen in the Republican party. Either: 1) God cannot decide who he wants to be president, or 2) God is purposefully telling people to run so they can suffer the agony of defeat, and 3) these candidates are lying:

God Knows How to Pick ‘Em

This year, we have no less than four God-called GOP candidates for president, former Sen. Rick Santorum (R-PA) Rep. Michelle Bachmann (R-MN), Gov. Rick Perry (R-TX), (Mrs. Perry agrees) and now Herman Cain. So far.

There should be no clearer proof that God is imaginary. If a God really existed, and if God chose candidates, then God would decide who would be president and we would have learned by now that voting is unnecessary. God’s chosen candidate would always win, what with God being all-powerful and such.

13 Responses to ““God” cannot make up his mind”

  1. on 15 Nov 2011 at 1:33 am 1.Anonymous said …

    God called Sarah Palin as well and she went down in flames.

    Crazy people still follow her.

    What is God asking from us?

    Sarah, you see, is just a little worker for God (as are we). She is our sister in Christ and we believe God is using her to further His Will here on earth. Call us crazy, but that’s at the heart of why we pray for that God grant her guidance, wisdom and protection.

    In fact, I am going to take this one step further, and just announce to the world, right here and now: most of us have had our prayers accompanied with dreams, visions and the finding of revelatory scripture that confirm the urgent and relentless need for prayer over Sarah. Through the prayers, God has been able to reach us in other mystifying, supernatural ways. What a blessing these occasions have been to all who have experienced them.

    So there has never been any doubt in my mind that God is at work through Sarah. Logically, it’s the only thing that makes sense.

  2. on 15 Nov 2011 at 2:29 pm 2.Anonymous said …

    Following the link above, leads to some really scary stuff.

    It’s hard not to label people delusional when you read content such as that. Of course, we’re still wondering how someone can be “called by God” and yet fail so dramatically without the faithful realizing that all that was going on was a projection of their desires.

  3. on 15 Nov 2011 at 2:44 pm 3.Observer said …

    #2 Anonymous These people are filth. They are disgusting. They should not be allowed to vote.

  4. on 15 Nov 2011 at 2:54 pm 4.Visit www.harunyahya.com and you will learn scientifically about the existance of God or wait in your atheism to be burnt in hell,forever. said …

    Visit http://www.harunyahya.com to find all answers

  5. on 15 Nov 2011 at 4:56 pm 5.Observer said …

    #4 As if on cue…

  6. on 15 Nov 2011 at 5:05 pm 6.DPK said …

    Another one offering “truth”! But… gasp!!! this one is NOT a christian site!!! Hmmmmm… a non-christian site claiming to offer truth and eternal life. Curm, Hor, et. al…. how about it? Is THIS person in #4 deluded? What do you say?

  7. on 21 Nov 2011 at 8:51 am 7.Julia Fernandes said …

    I have never come across a statement as stupid as this ,”There should be no clearer proof that God is imaginary.”

    Visit this site :

    http://www.godlovesyou.page4.me/index.html

    Maybe the author will get a good understanding of who God is.

  8. on 21 Nov 2011 at 9:41 am 8.Zed said …

    Julia, I see that god writes letters to you. Do you receive these via the postal service? What is the post-mark. Does he pay full rate? It’s intriguing.

  9. on 21 Nov 2011 at 4:29 pm 9.Lou (DFW) said …

    7.Julia Fernandes said …

    http://www.godlovesyou.page4.me/saveworld.html

    This is some wacky, hilarious stuff! Any web searches on “delusion” should point to her site.

  10. on 12 Dec 2011 at 8:27 am 10.Interested Theist said …

    The fact that three people have asserted that God wants them to be president does not mean that God does not exist; it means that at least two of them are mistaken in believing that God chose them to become president. It does not mean however that God does not exist.

  11. on 12 Dec 2011 at 8:47 am 11.Obvious said …

    10.Interested Theist said …

    >The fact that three people have asserted
    >that God wants them to be president does
    >not mean that God does not exist

    If “God” did exist and “God” wanted a person to be president “he” would set the record straight. There would be no ambiguity.

  12. on 12 Dec 2011 at 1:21 pm 12.Lou (DFW) said …

    10.Interested Theist said …

    “…it means that at least two of them are mistaken in believing that God chose them to become president.”

    It means that all of therm are delusional except one. But according to theist “logic,” that can’t be because being in the majority means you’re correct in your belief.

    If the “one” isn’t elected, that does mean that they’re all delusional?

    The truth is that anybody who thinks that god called them is delusional.

  13. on 12 Dec 2011 at 1:58 pm 13.Anonymous said …

    “The fact that three people have asserted that God wants them to be president does not mean that God does not exist; it means that at least two of them are mistaken in believing that God chose them to become president. It does not mean however that God does not exist.”

    Then if your god exists, why isn’t he punishing the other two for taking his name in vain? You can’t have it both ways.

    If your god exists, then how do the faithful know which one is speaking for god and which one isn’t?

    Tell us, interested theists, WHICH candidate is speaking the truth? Are you going to answer, or dodge? My bet is dodge.

    Your so-called logic is all over the place. The much more obvious answer is that no gods exist and anyone who thinks otherwise is not just “mistaken”, but delusional.

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