The Definitive List of 2014’s Attacks on Christianity Which, Um, Aren’t That at All.

Invisible Mikey:

This made me laugh.

Originally posted on an irenicon:

1. Darren Aronofsky’s Noah.

NoahSurely Aronofsky’s adaptation of Israel’s adaptation of Babylon’s adaptation of a great flood story is an affront to God.

2. Hobby Lobby’s insurance requirements.

Hobby LizobbyBecause Jesus said, “requiring companies to provide insurance for employees and their contraceptive needs is an abomination.”

3. Evolution.

nye hamJust look into the eyes of evolution’s harbinger, Bill Nye the Science Guy, and tell me you don’t see pure evil.

4. Gay people.

Gay WeddingEveryone knows same sex attraction is a plot of the devil to thwart humanity’s desperately needed population boom.

5. World Vision’s decision to hire gay people.

World-VisionWhich it then reversed after “defenders of the faith” threatened to take food out of the mouths of its babes. 

6. Marijuana legalization.

Marijuana“Eat whatever is sold in the meat market… ‘for the earth and its fullness are the Lord’s’… why should I be denounced because of that for which I give thanks? So…

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6 responses to “The Definitive List of 2014’s Attacks on Christianity Which, Um, Aren’t That at All.

  1. I wonder why they have made such a disaster of a movie with Noah. It’s so wrong and shameful.

    • Haven’t seen it yet myself, but I assume they made it for the same reason any studio spends $150 million – to make money by enticing general audiences with a “grand entertainment”. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn’t. Noah was #1 at the box office. Is making money wrong and shameful? That’s a topic for a whole other post.

  2. I’m a fan for life after this post. To see a privileged majority, most of whom fall under every other privileged majority status, claiming persecution reminds me of people who go to the zoo and are pissed that they can’t shoot the animals.

  3. Mara

    This is when people turn religion into some sharp edged sword and that cuts deep and ugly.

  4. Or cuts silly, like unto a rubber sword. Thanks for reading!

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