Tuesday, February 22, 2011

What we've got here is a failure to communicate.

I noticed it's difficult for Christians and normal people to communicate with each other. The problem is Christians and normal people live in different centuries.

Normal people live in the 21st century. We read 21st century books. We are interested in 21st century scientific discoveries. We think 21st century knowledge is a good thing.

Christians live in the ancient past. They read the gibberish in their idiotic Bible. They are interested in ancient magic tricks. They fear scientific discoveries. They think it's important to deny 21st century knowledge.

When a normal person says "Here, look at this. Do you see how human chromosome 2 is a fusion of two chromosomes? Notice how similar human chromosome 2 is to chimpanzee chromosomes 2p & 2q. Isn't that interesting?" Then the Christian says "Why do you hate Jeebus?" or some other bullshit that has nothing to do with the evolutionary relationship between modern human apes and modern chimpanzee apes. They just don't want to listen. They are robots who are programmed to do only one thing which is to praise Jeebus. Since Jeebus knew nothing about evolution there's no reason for them to know anything about it.

When a Christian shows a normal person some gibberish in their Bible the normal person says "Why do you think I could ever care about that bullshit?" Of course it is bullshit unless you're retarded enough to believe in magic. Still the Christians keep quoting the childish fantasies, the magic tricks, and the ridiculous made up stories. Some Christians use the Bible to insult normal people, as in "You're a fool if you don't love my invisible friend."

The only things Christians are communicating to me is "Christians believe in magic.", "Christians are cowards.", "Christians are morally corrupt.", "Christians don't want to learn anything.", and "Christians refuse to admit they are wrong even when massive evidence shows beyond any doubt they're wrong about everything."

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