Wednesday, July 12, 2006


Found an interesting site called Fundies Say the Darndest Things! Turns out that I didn't come up with the word Fundie... But on a brighter note, I have all these funny comments to read!

Here's a highlight to wet your appetite!

Let me give you something real simple so that a child can understand it. DNA code is made up of ACGT. The A here is the first letter in the alphabet. It is the beginning and DNA is also the beginning of everthing that is living. C stands for Christians. It is the Christians that are here to deliver God's message to the world. G of course stands for God. It is God who is expressing Himself in the DNA and thus God is expressing Himself in Creation. The T of course expresses God and the head or in His leadership over man. There is a lot that can be said about this, but now is not the place. If you have a small t then of course you have the cross that Jesus gave Himself for us. If you have a small g you will see that God has expressed Himself in us. The small c of course represents our humility before God. If we have pride or ego or are puffed up before God, then it is not going to work according to God's plan and purpose. The small a of course shows how things start off small in the beginning and over time they become greater. A journey of 1000 steps begins with one step. A study of the Bible begins with one word and one passage at a time.

JohnR7, Christian Forums [Comments (51)] [2006-Jul-01]

Brilliant. Really.

Sorry if anyone's a fundamentalist and reading this, but I'm not one to be PC. That's just not what I do. I'd respect your beliefs - if you were a six year old. But you're not. So, um, it's not cool to believe in the easter bunny (read your anthropomorphic god) anymore.

Not to pick on just the Christians. It's equally not cool for Muslims, Jews, Buddhists, Hindus, Sheiks, Pagans, Communists (Mao is NOT God), and Scientismists. It just so happens that Christians are in the majority here.




Lord Ebon said...


Too much.
The word of the day is mlhdbc.

Tallxcrunner said...

How adorable... that's what happens when you spend too much time not understanding biology.