4 thoughts on “Hate mail threats & annoying heartachey love

  1. Hellbound Alleee

    The “God Loves You!!!” types:

    I don’t believe them. I sincerely believe they are shedding crocodile tears in the hopes that God might be watching, to see how good they are for loving their enemies.

    It’s all totally self-serving. I don’t buy it for a second.

    I loved your response. Sometimes I want to play their bluff, and ask if I can crash at their apartments for a few weeks, and maybe borrow a few dollars.

  2. Apostle Steven Bentley

    Bop, just what is you belief’s, you 2-faced hippocrit? You’ve been holding out on us heathens, everyone has a belief in sumpting weather you want to admit it or not. I also wonder who hardened your hart? I will prey that got will soften your hart, so it will start beating for jesus once again.

    Deer god jebus, I prey dat you will soften Bops ole wooden hart and make it pump blood for jeesbus once again so he will invite gbus into his hart. These things I do prey in jebus’s wholey name apeman and apeman.

    Now take this ridiclous website down before Satan hardends your stuborn hart agin..ok?

    Tank you jebus for all you’ve done.

    I feel the oiley spirit moving in Bops hart, he’s a new man in chryst now, apeman?

  3. Jairo Mejia

    Atheists and agnostics are right in most of their thinking

    It has been common among religious believers to look with misgiving at atheists and agnostics, and to think that they are mistaken; however, in many instances the opposite is the truth; some religious beliefs are not just baseless, but obsolete and irrelevant. It is unbelievable how myths and a religious fantasy have influenced human minds with more strength than reality!

    Most people don’t dare to confront their religious doubts; they are afraid of abandoning the “certainty” of their convictions, and opt for the status quo. The “God” of main line traditions simply does not exist. I accepted the challenge of finding the One who may be recognized even by agnostics and atheists, and came to the conclusion that God isn’t other than the Existence itself; and the Existence is, “I am,” the total existence, “All-That-Is.” There is probably a single issue in which I do not agree with atheists: I believe that “there is no effect without cause.”

    There is a book most probably not written for you, but perhaps useful for some of your religious friends who still think that you are wrong and they are right: “Christianity Reformed From ist Roots.” It might help them to be relieved of the illusion, as I did myself. Distinguished philosophers and thinkers might give you an idea of this book—perhaps a generation ahead of time for most believers—(links below); or you might look at excerpts at Amazon.com.

    Jairo Mejia, M. Psych., Santa Clara University
    Episcopal Priest, Retired
    Carmel Valley, California

    http://www.mbay.net/~jmejia/Grudzen.htm
    http://www.mbay.net/~jmejia/Churcher.htm

  4. Doubting Thomas

    “I will report this page to the authorities”

    The sad part is that guy probably did. I used to work dispatch at the PD for a small town of 23,000 and we used to get nutjobs who would call in and complain about stuff like this all the time. Standard answer was “too bad, freedom of speech, etc.,” then hang up and roll our eyes.

    As for the “Jesus loves you” email, the condescension was dripping out of my computer monitor.

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