At Last Proof God Doesn’t Exist, Atheists Rejoice February 20, 2010Posted by rogerhollander in About God, Humor, Religion.
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www.rogerhollander.com, February 20, 2010
We’ve all seen it, and the evidence is incontrovertible. Scientists are unanimous in agreeing that the capacity to put a readable luminous message in the sky in over four thousand languages around the entire globe at the same moment is far beyond the technical capacity of mere human beings. Linguists have confirmed that the English version (I do not exist. Repeat, DO NOT ESIST. Live with it. [signed] God) is virtually identical to the message in every language they were able to verify.
This absolute and final proof that God does not exist, provided by God Himself, has had repercussions both expected and unexpected. Psychologists agree that there have been far fewer suicides than would have been anticipated (mostly televangelists, it turns out); and who could have imagined the mass love-ins around the world with Christians, Muslims, Jews, Hindus, Buddhists, etc. embracing one another as brothers and sisters. Peace has been declared in Ireland and the Middle East. Priests, Minister, Imams, and Rabbis are overflowing the unemployment offices, and used crucifixes, burkas, votive candles and yarmulkes have flooded the market.
There have been sporadic instances of Bible and Koran burning (mostly Gays and Feminists), but for the most part a spirit of tolerance has been predominant. Attempts by former religious leaders to secularize have fallen flat; very few, for example, have shown any interest in joining Pat Robertson’s Church of Non-Divine Republican Truth and Tea Party.
The new age of disbelief, however, has not been without dissent. The well-respected American Theologian, Woodrow Allen, has commented: “A God who lets us go on believing in Him for centuries then pops in at the last minute and tells us it was all a joke, now that’s a God I can believe in.”