Remember that video which claims banana’s are the atheists ultimate nightmare, because “only God (presumably meaning Yahweh and not Zeus) could have designed something which fits so neatly into the human hand”?
Well the guy in it has his very own blog and it’s everything you’d imagine it to be – and then some.
While you have to stand in awe of anyone who can regularly get 100 plus comments on just about every single blog entry, don’t be too quick to become dismayed or delighted, depending on how you look at it. Very few of the comments are from people who agree with a single word he has to say, and of the ones who do, there’s a distinct sense of organisation about the way they write – as if they’re professional money raisers in Jesus name, with a distinct interest in making Ray seem more credible than his actual words and ideas could possibly allow, even in the most twisted of mind-sets – of which Ray has surely been in all of his life and will be until it ends.
What’s astounding to me is the lengths to which people will go, to prove to themselves and their kind, that their imaginary fears are valid, while completely ignoring people who’ve proven they are not.
The threat of eternal damnation for refusing to accept falsehoods as truth, means nothing to people who aren’t religious – yet it is all religious people can threaten non-believers with.
Almost as an acknowledgement of this simple fact, Ray attempts to go one further than the fire and brimstone gobbledegook we’re accustomed to, by deliberately misquoting Newton, Einstein and Hawking in his blog’s header summary and writing in a style which appears to make light of the daily bombardment his blog receives from the hundreds of normal people currently filling up his comments section, in a futile attempt to remind Ray of the schoolboy errors in his circular thinking, with good old fashioned logic.