Tuesday, December 21, 2010

God saves reprint of Jesus while allowing children to die in fires.

There is a lot of excitement on blogs concerning the MIRACULOUS saving of this reprint of Harry Anderson's second coming of the Aryan Jesus in the Provo Tabernacle fire. For example, see here, here, here, here, here, and here.

Now I'm all for trying to find meaning and lessons in life in almost anything. It's fine to look at this and use it to teach something (such as this blog does). However, to claim that this was God's work is just offensive to me. Doing so implies that God is more concerned with saving a simple stock reprint than he is of saving children, adults, and peoples' homes. I would rather go to hell than spend eternity with such a deity.

If you really believe that God saved this painting of Jesus, peruse this short google search and tell that to the parents of these dead children.

Oh, and MERRY CHRISTMAS! (in case I don't blog again before then).


  1. I can only suggest that you stop reading blogs with titles like: The Blonde Adventures of Amanda...

  2. Merry Christmas, spoilsport. :P

  3. Well, Bah-freaking-humbug.

    What's wrong with finding a glimmer of inspiration in the image of Christ not being burned? After the ruin of the tabernacle, I think it offered a glimmer of hope that all was not lost.

    I don't assume the amazement over this translates into believing God would save a print over children.

    Way to pee in my cornflakes, Loyd.

  4. . . . wondering how many pictures of Jesus DID burn for this single one that didn't. . .

  5. Please remove my blog from this post.

  6. Please don't blaspheme God by implying that he uses his power to save a reprint of Jesus while refusing to use that power to save innocent children.


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