Christian billboards I wish Atheists would make

Note 1: These are all actual quotes taken from the Bible word for word.

Note 2: These quotes would make good refrigerator magnets as well. 

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However you felt about this post, you’ll probably feel the same way about these:


3 responses to “Christian billboards I wish Atheists would make

  • Donit

    Point in fact, I showed those to a Christian a few days ago, and he was laughing hysterically, because he thought I made them up.

    There was a survey recently about having people located Ukraine on the map.

    http://time.com/52228/only-1-in-6-americans-can-find-ukraine-on-a-map/

    My favorite quote is ”The further our respondents thought that Ukraine was from its actual location, the more they wanted the U.S. to intervene militarily.”

    The two may seem unrelated but to me I believe it represents a pattern of the more ignorant one is the more aggressive they wish to become.

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  • Hector

    Sadly apologists will bring that out of context card like they always do.

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    • wise sloth

      You’re absolutely right about that, but then again, hard core apologists will play any card they can to defend their dogma. However, most Christians aren’t apologists. They don’t even know what the Bible says because they’ve never read it critically from cover to cover. A lot of people would see billboards like these and say, “I didn’t realize the Bible was such a horrible book.” Point in fact, I showed those to a Christian a few days ago, and he was laughing hysterically, because he thought I made them up.

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