Monday, 20 September 2010

The crowd might be wrong - Here, follow this crowd.

I can't remember how I got this one. I think it popped up in a phone box or something. The more I do this, the more I grow to really really hate Glasgow's phone boxes. Not so much for the junk I find in them, more for the foul odours. Phone boxes are not urinals you stupid motherfuckers UGH!

Hit the jump for the exciting interior

Galileo's theory that the earth revolves around the sun was considered to be heresy, and led to him being persecuted by the Catholic Church, but evidence went on to prove him correct.
The church eventually apologised for their persecution of Galileo... 1992.

People STILL claim that the evolutionary theory presented by Charles Darwin is rubbish, and that God created the universe in 6 days 6000 years ago, in spite of all evidence to the contrary.

Funny how these examples never made the final cut.

Again, the tract does not say "Here is evidence" but instead goes "BUT YOU MIGHT BE WRONG about this thing about which there is no substantial evidence of"
Oh yes, and a third of the world's population identifies as Christian in one form or another, and I'M the one following the crowd!

1 comment:

  1. "We smile at the crowd's failure to appreciate something new or different, so why not become Christian, which gives you a special Jesus-love-me license to reject everything new because it's NOT IN OUR BELOVED BIBLE!!!!11!!"

    Interesting that they never pointed out how conservative they are either; with each new scientific discovery comes some self-entitled religious leader telling us why it's a heresy.