Maybe you should spend a

Published September 8th, 2005 by Bobby Henderson

Maybe you should spend a little less time mocking God and get a life. This isn’t science… Sorry if Christians were trying to bring peace and hope into this world. Go ahead and spead the rest of your life resisting/mocking your creater and when you die, you’ll find soul is stuck in eternity, without God. And if that doesn’t mean anything to you it sure means something to Satan. Why don’t you go watch the Passion of the Christ or the Exorcism of Emily Rose. Oh yeah, there’s a movie you would like coming out… The davinci code. Another mock of God… -john Quintiliani



28 Responses to “Maybe you should spend a”

  1. Fred says:

    @Homo Narrans
    -i’m happy for religion to be taught in schools…just not as implicit fact and certainly not as empirical science.

    I’ll defend that to the death!

    -religion makes it awfully easy to justify said atrocities by dividing the human race into the ‘pure’ and the ’sinful’ or the ‘enlightened’ and the ‘ignorant’ or just plain ‘us’ and ‘them’

    It does and it doesn’t. Religious texts offer a moral guideline, but certainly Christianity has a get out clause there – that judgement is God’s alone, the whole first stone thing, meaning that those who do create those divisions, or who prey upon the misgivings of others, or even judge others for their mistakes or differences of opinion are not in fact following a religion, they are lying to your face, and to themselves.
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    You can quote anything you like from the Bible- like this “And the Lord said ‘I do not exist’ ” Those words are written in the Bible, but taken from different sections and rolled into a convenient sentence for my own benefit. As you point out, it’s just too easy. It’s a shame too. The number of guys who can be made an asshole by one man.
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    Pasta doesn’t judge you. It doesn’t even have opposable thumbs, making it hard to throw the first stone too. Pasta’s pretty shibby.

  2. Penne says:

    -chapter 6 online

  3. Penne says:

    What be this ‘shibby’?

  4. Fred says:

    Arrrr! Shibby be a curious word indeed. I believe it t’be an abbreveviation of “Shibshape”. Shibs are like ships, but for people who suffer from colds.
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    What be this chapter 6?
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    Avaunt! Tis time to sup from the beer volcano.

  5. Penne says:

    Check out the “Science without religion is lame.” thread and read my story Fred. Hope you like it.

  6. mopert says:

    Fred, thank you for your qualified comments! I enjoy your clear and informed opinions! That is exactly what I’m looking for on this site; Good-willed and patient answers from pastafarians to all these hate-mails (and concerned criticisms) from love-&-peace-spreading christians.
    What I’m not looking for is pretty well demonstrated by Mythos, in summary:
    christianity = stupid, chaos, death, disease, pathetic, blind, stupid.

    @ Mythos, is your comment beneficial for whatever you think is good in the world?

    And by the way, next time you use the word “we”, could you please either explicitly exclude me, or concretely specify who you mean?

    Thanks, Mopert

  7. Gnocci Man says:

    most of us have never mocked our creator. being a devout pastafarian, I -know- that our creator is the great FSM.
    ficticious movies that are created by us humans hardly prove anything.
    we pastafarians are (in most cases) simply piratey, peace-loving people who believe in a thouroughly legit religion, and do not want to see science defaced, seeing as it is His big joke, not ours. as to the pastafarians who reply to hate mails with worse hate mails, please just ignore them.
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    ps: DaVinci was a cognitive genius. while the DaVinci code is known to be fiction (DaVinci didn’t even create the codex), it adresses major issues. fanaticism for, and against, religion. both extremes must be avoided.

  8. Just Guess says:

    Dear Mr. Quintiliani,
    Why don’t you go watch Dogma. In my opinion, it is one of the better religious commentary film you will fine. It also has Jay & Silent Bob, instant classic.

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