posted on Feb, 19 2010 @ 05:31 AM
Does anyone find both the intellectual integrity, and the depth of character completely disintegrate when the subject of religion, and specifically
that of Jesus is approached?
I mean, come on folks.
It is utterly embarrassing to read through this, and more than that is tells a tragic story of the unbelievable lack of education, insight, empathy
and tact surpassing even the faintest hopes of human decency.
I am sorry, but there is no more evidence to suggest he was gay, than there is to suggest he was a unicorn (to which you are able to suggest equally
as much). But there is a higher truth here for us. Whenever a polarizing subject rears its head, or a paradox is debated, what you get is more of an
indication of the persons debating it, than the subject itself.
For the observant, the joke is indeed on the opinionated, the know-it-alls, the fundamentalists, and the flippant scoffers. You only impress those
It is too bad that shame has very little to do with the online way of things, because perhaps we would learn to approach serious matters with
understanding, and not complete ignorance, and utter stupidity. I truly wish there was a cost to these things as there once was. In times past, many
of the things said on here would have marked you the village idiot, or at least the asshole to be avoided.
Maybe show some respect to the subject, to yourselves, to those who stand with you, and even to those who who oppose you.
Seriously, I am not sure why I even bothered. Again.