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Christianity Thomas on 06 Nov 2009 12:37 am

How Christians make excuses to rationalize their belief

The video’s title is, “Why Does God Create Some People With Disabilities?”

It shows how ridiculous Christians can get when they try to reconcile their belief in a “loving God” with the reality of our world.

A normal, non-religious person understands reality. God is imaginary. Therefore, God doesn’t create anything. People have disabilities because the chemical process that builds people in the womb and maintains them after they are born is flawed in many ways. It often makes mistakes, and there are many mistakes wired in from the start.

For example, as many as 40% of all pregnancies end in miscarriages. If you believe in God, and that God creates a soul at conception, and that abortion is bad, then you have to wonder why God would be aborting 40% of all pregnancies. The reality is that God has nothing to do with it because God is imaginary, and that is why the statistic is so high.

6 Responses to “How Christians make excuses to rationalize their belief”

  1. on 06 Nov 2009 at 5:34 pm 1.Boz said …

    lol, such a childish and simplistic view of love. The Bible from the first couple of chapters explains quite clearly why perfection is no longer with us. It was not God, it was man. For a group of folks so obsessed with God, you think they would offer better arguments than this. A child even understands.

  2. on 06 Nov 2009 at 11:51 pm 2.harknights said …

    Look baby I love you…but sometimes you make me so mad…and that’s why I hit you. If you wouldn’t make me mad I wouldn’t hit you.

    Funny how an abusive boyfriend and God sound alike.

  3. on 08 Nov 2009 at 10:27 pm 3.Mike said …

    Translation of the above video: God is an uncaring asshole.

  4. on 08 Nov 2009 at 10:53 pm 4.Paul - Canterbury Atheist Blog said …

    Gidday there,

    Love to run a protest outside a Church asking for ‘their God’ to stop murdering the unborn.

    Refer link above for an article I published along these lines.

    Great post.

    Paul.

  5. on 09 Nov 2009 at 2:48 am 5.Ben said …

    Excellent work Chad. Biblically sound doctrine, We all have a disaibiity called death.

  6. on 11 Nov 2009 at 7:40 pm 6.Sinot said …

    Thomas, why do you want to mention miscarriage in this case? So you think letting a life ended in an abortion/miscarriage is different from letting a life ended in a war? No need to sidetrack here. The question is just why God allows death and you should know the answer already.

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