Monday, February 02, 2015

When Stephen Fry Meets God, It Will Not Go Well for the Vain, Angry, Cruel, Jealous, and Bipolar Deity

Stephen Fry meets God
and it does not go well for the vain, angry, jealous, resentful, passive-aggressive, bipolar, vengeful, capricious, and psychotic deity.

Of course this is a fictional conversation, because God does not exist. He is the creation of man, and therefore represents all of man's mental illnesses, weaknesses, foibles, excuses, and rationalizations.

"In the beginning Man created God in his own image."  

God and gods were created to control women, scare children into being "good," and to explain things in the era before watches, tidal tables, epidemiology, central sewage systems, chlorinated water, refrigeration, indoor toilets, electricity, and any form of scientific method,

You know this.

Morality has nothing to do with God, and if you need the fear of Hell and eternal damnation in order to be a good person, then you are not a good person.


SecondThoughtsOptional said...

Longest reply at under 2 minutes? HA!
I do love that reply, although to be fair, many Christians do claim they're terrible people kept only in line by fear. So that's honest at least.

jeffrey thurston said...

Beautiful- I've heard the same thought summed up as : "Ask Him (or It or whatever) to explain the Guinea Worm!"