Wow...this is quite possibly the creepiest video I've ever seen.
Tags: Christian, crazy, creepy, guilt
My heart does not think--my brain does. That is where the "Banana Man" makes his first mistake.
According to the bible, everything is already determined by their god anyway, so we have no choices.
For example, it states "The lot is cast into the lap, but its EVERY decision is from the Lord."
Christians in our society think and do monstrous things, because they have been TAUGHT they can't help themselves from doing such things, when in reality it is nothing but choice. Early missionaries in America noted the early native Americans did not "sin"--as they chose to live their lives righteously. Ethically, having someone else take responsibility for ones actions i.e Jesus, is an ABOMINABLE practice, which leads believers into doing more and more bad things, because they are relieved from that responsibility. Jesus will take the fall for them after all. What a sick, sick, philosophy that is!!
Creepier still is the memory I have of buying into this garbage years ago... ::shudder::
My favorite part of this video is the guy with the handlebar mustache at the end that says, "For god so loved the world that he gave his only forgotten son." Hahaha!
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