Monday, March 17, 2008

The Four Horsemen of The Atheist Apocalypse

I decided to add some more detailed tags to the blog posts here. I had one little post all by itself with the "4 Horsemen" tag and coincidently I came across this comic afterwards allowing me to use it once again! Thanks to Friar Zero for letting us know about it on Hemant's blog.


Kold_Kadavr_flatliner said...

Fact is, dude, I’ll croak, you’ll croak, all of U.S. will croak someday at sometime; then, we must face the King of the Universe, Jesus, to determine whether we achieve Heaven. My point is, don’t get so caught-up in this passing earth you lose your immortal soul. PS I gave up my hard-won, black belt to fight for Heaven. Wotya gonna give up, brudda? God blessa youse -Fr. Sarducci, ol SNL.

Anonymous said...

All religion should be banned in constitutions around the world, to finally put an end to religious ignorance,religious madness, religious brainwashing of children and adults, religious manipulation of laws, religious manipulation of society, and the spread of religious hypocrisy through the use of missionaries, disciples, and clerics, into every corner of the world. Why can't human beings live a nature life like they did seven thousand years ago before religious believes were conceived by shamans and witch doctors. Seven thousand years ago there were was no such thing as governments, lawyers, law books, sex offenders, and feminist. People traveled in small social groups that were hunters and gathers and there was unlimited sex without any inhibitions or legal prosecutions. A man could have one wife or even three wives without any Christian saying he was committing a sin or a feminist saying he was abusing women. Life was simple then and life was healthier for the minds of both men and women because homosexuality didn't exist and there was an abundance of heterosexual sex.

For people that think Islam is a violent religion they forgot about Christian Catholicism which was well known for murderous crusades, inquisitions which included torture to attain confessions, burning of heretics, burning of witches and warlocks, and the practice of indulgence which forgave sins in exchange for money, goods, and land property.