2nd Aug 09, 18:20 #1
man let his doughter die by faith healing
what an idiot! maybe he will have better luck praying to God to not let him go to jail2009 Truck Pick'em Champion
3rd Aug 09, 08:48 #2
If government is responsible for taking care of people who don't have ability to take medical treatment, then it's purely this man's fault.
3rd Aug 09, 09:01 #3
3rd Aug 09, 09:30 #4
If religion is the opiate of the masses, then people like this must be wasted 24/7. People like this "father" are yet more proof that religion (of any persuasion) is the root of all evil.
3rd Aug 09, 09:32 #5
There are massive floods all around and a man is trapped on his roof unable to escape.
A boat comes along and the man onboard shouts "Jump on board mate!"
"No, no. I have faith in the lord he will protect me"
Some time later the RAF send out a helicopter but he refuses to be winched up. "No, I have faith in the lord he will protect me"
The waters then rise further and the man drowns.
On getting to heaven he asks god "I had faith in you, but you didn't save me, why?" God replies : "I sent you a boat and I sent you a helicopter, what else did you want from me?!"Please 'like' our facebook page http://www.facebook.com/motorsportforums
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3rd Aug 09, 13:42 #8
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25years, this sounds more like religious prosecution. Not that I am for Christian Science, but then I'm not surprised by all the draconian sentences they hand out these days.
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3rd Aug 09, 18:18 #10
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4th Aug 09, 16:39 #11
storys like this make even more glad that i am NOT religios2009 Truck Pick'em Champion
4th Aug 09, 18:55 #12