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I stumbled upon a blog you wrote about "Jesus didn't tap" clothing and the string following.Yes, well. I'm well. I'd be even better if people would do a little bit of homework before they email me with stupid shit.
I noticed you paid homage to Isaac Newton (a believer) , Albert Einstein (a believer), and Charles Darwin (not neccessarily religous after 1851 - but wrote "The Origion of the Species" to establish a 'level' to races of the world. Yes, a racist and a hypocrite.) These people only existed because you were told they existed. Why then do you believe what was written in a book about them? Books of the New Testament were written during the rise of Jesus' church by His apostles. Not 50 years later (most of His apostles were dead by then, and all but John died a martyr's death.)
I really am not e-mailing to argue what you obviously wanted to end (the blog, i mean), what bothered me is that in your biography you paid homage to people who believed in God!
In addition, I personally think Charles Darwin, in his quest to prove his racist views, mislead generations and his writing is some of the most inaccurate information ever published and placed on a school desk.
My name is Eron and, if this information interests you, I would love to discuss theology and the merits of following Christ. I do not intend to "recruit" you or anyone else, but I would love to argue.
I hope this letter finds you well.
Isaac Newton was a believer, yes, but he didn't let that influence him when he, you know, invented fucking physics. The fact that he was a believer is what we in the rational world like to refer to as a non sequitur. The author also references Albert Einstein as a believer, but if he kept up with recent discoveries he might have noticed this little gem of a quote:
The word god is for me nothing more than the expression and product of human weakness, the Bible a collection of honourable, but still primitive legends which are nevertheless pretty childish.Did you get that? "Childish". I agree.
Oh yes, would the stupidity be complete if Eron didn't bring up that Darwin was a "racist"? No, I suppose it wouldn't be. I love it when Christians get all up in Darwin's face about his non-existent racism when their bible is all about owning other people. Listen, do me a fucking favor and read this - yes, all of it - then come back and say what you want, K? K.
Did you really say this - "These people only existed because you were told they existed." - to me? Are you fucking retarded? Did your great great grandfather exist? Because you would have only heard tales of him, which is the same exact thing. So did he or not? Holy shit, get a grip.
And then we get to the goddamn bible. A book that, while I was reading it, I thought to myself, "Am I reading the Christian holy book or did it just turn into fucking Shrek?" (look at 22:28) Yeah, let's use that as our guide.
Eron, you couldn't ever "recruit" me and what you have to say does not interest me in the slightest. You obviously are too far gone into the rabbit hole of religious belief and I'm sure that you think the Kool Aid tastes great, so enjoy it.
Please don't come back. Oh, and for the record, being nailed to a fucking cross counts as tapping in my book.