7/17/09

Faking It.

2:7-18

(2:8) And there are some who, though they say: "We believe in God and the Last Day," (in reality) do not believe.

... and man, god hates them motherfuckers. He spends the next twelve verses telling us so. He even illustrates, with the world's worstest metaphor.

(2:17) They are like a man who kindles a fire, and when its glow has illumined the air God takes away their light leaving them in the dark where they will not be able to see.

Ok, yeah, so let's see, a guy who pretends to believe is like some other guy who a) makes a fire, and b) has god take it away. Oh. How about he's like a camel that goes surfing and a shark eats him? Or how about this one? He's like a teacher who gets caught in a time machine, and goes back the the 7th century, and TEACHES YOU HOW TO MAKE AN ANALOGY?


Anyhow, it's bad to fake it. So much for Pascal's wager, huh?

2 comments:

Lorena said...

The photo says it all...!

Robert Madewell said...

"He's like a teacher who gets caught in a time machine, and goes back the the 7th century, and TEACHES YOU HOW TO MAKE AN ANALOGY?"

Too funny! That ought to get you some fatwahs!