Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Christianity is a trap.

     It should come as no surprise to anyone that reads this blog that I don't think that christianity is true. But I go further than this. Christianity is a trap. It's not even a well-disguised trap. The warnings are rather obvious. Christian leaders and those who try to convert outsiders are called "fishers of men." Well, is anyone confused about what happens to the fish that are caught by fishers? If there is any doubt, I would like to point out that, in the time that the phrase originated, there was no such thing as a catch-and-release program. As if that isn't enough of a warning, christians are called to be "sheep" with Jesus as the "shepherd." Now, I don't know about you. But I have no desire to become mutton. It is no secret that a shepherd is only interested in the well-being of the sheep until he can turn it into meat. So, sure, he protects the sheep from predators. He wants that meal for himself. Seriously, how many bright red warning labels do people need?

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