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Desc:Fundie fight! Pat has a very rare moment of lucidity
Category:Religious, Cartoons & Animation
Tags:creationism, Pat Robertson, ken ham, fundies
Submitted:blase
Date:02/05/14
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Comment count is 15
IrishWhiskey - 2014-02-05
Good point Pat, Ken Ham is embarrassing Christianity with his silly mistakes.

By the way, got another date set for the end of the world? Don't let your last few failures stop you, I'm sure you'll get it right this time. Also I was wondering if you could give me instructions on how I'm supposed to exorcise my second-hand clothes of demons, like you suggested. And I'm planning a trip to Florida in mid-July. Can you tell me if God is planning to send another Hurricane to punish the gays at that time?
cognitivedissonance - 2014-02-05
If I were Satan, and maybe I am, I haven't checked recently, I'd make sure to cultivate as many fundamentalists as possible.
The Mothership - 2014-02-05
I don't believe in god, and my opinion of organized religion is mixed, but I'm perfectly happy with Christians believing that scientific facts are ordained by God. So good on you Pat! Big Bang was God's work? I'm cool with that if you're cool with that. Just don't hate on me for thinking otherwise and we'll stay that way.
SteamPoweredKleenex - 2014-02-06
"Sounding reasonable" appears to be the fundamentalist religious person's version of senility. Sad, but hey, I'll take what I can get.

asian hick - 2014-02-06
The uncertainty that accompanies all scientific conclusions is vital to actually understanding science. Some idiotic belief it was all ordained by God cannot be further from that.

Pillager - 2014-02-05
When Pat Robertson starts sounding reasonable, you know things are pretty far gone.
SteamPoweredKleenex - 2014-02-06
See Pillager's comment for what was supposed to be my reply to you. WTF, POETV?

Pillager - 2014-02-06
"SteamPoweredKleenex replied to Pillager discussing Even Pat Robertson Thinks Ken Ham is an Idiot"

Temporal anomalies, maybe?

Quad9Damage - 2014-02-06
I want to think that this is the beginning of Pat's slide into Agnosticism. The moment he finally renounces his faith altogether is when he will finally be allowed to die.
Mend0zA - 2014-02-06
Tearasaurus Rex is the saddest of the dinosaurs.
mouser - 2014-02-06
Calling the kettle back
mouser - 2014-02-06
*black

gravelstudios - 2014-02-06
Middle ages...1800's... Oh you silly old man.

Anyway, He's referring to Bishop Ussher. I have a Scofield Study Bible that includes Ussher's dates on every page. A lot of fundamentalists believe that since 7 is God's perfect number, and the earth is about 6,000 years old, and that Jesus himself will reign for 1000 years according to the Revelation, It makes sense that the rapture will happen any day now, Leading to a perfect 7,000 year existence for this present universe.

Just in case you wanted to know.
Gmork - 2014-02-06
Wow. I have never heard anyone as entrenched as Pat in their theology actually admit "Hey, maybe evolution can also be caused by God, and our timeline of the earth's creation as put forth in the bible was just a fanciful guess by some humans with subpar science."
James Woods - 2014-02-07
This is Bill Nye's doing. What a hero.
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