That, of course, was from an Esurance commercial a couple years ago. Pretty funny, I still think.
What isn’t funny, though, is dealing with people as clueless as this woman is in real life.
Take internet atheists, for example, who believe Christian bloggers like me have a moral obligation of some kind to entertain their ridiculous and nonsensical comments endlessly.
Well, I hate to break it to the mentally challenged atheists who wish upon a star they had free reign to ejaculate their stupidly without ceasing in the comment section of this blog, no such obligation exists.
Or, in other words, that’s not how this works. At all.
Now, for all the atheists reading this, take note.
When your precious atheism is stripped of its pompous proclamations and arrogant allegations, its naked soul is seen for what it really is: weak, illogical, unscientific, and worthless.
I have neither the time nor the desire to interact with those who blindly believe that life came from non-life rather than accept what scientific experimentation has repeatedly concluded over the past 200 years.
Sure, whoever wants to can remain as committed as they like to the dark and utterly tragic notion that humanity is entirely the product of random events and that humans have no more intrinsic dignity than non-humans and even non-animate clumps of matter. But, they need to spread the good news about that steaming pile of despair on some other blog.
I am not interested.
And, for the atheist or not yet atheist but no longer Christian decoverts out there who believe they have been intellectually enlightened by YouTube and are now gloriously free of the shackles of religion. I just don’t care.
“The fool has said in his heart, ‘there is no God’” (Psalm 14:1).