Monicks: Unleashed

Thinking Critically

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The right kind of person.

In case you are wondering what is the right kind of person, I guess it would be the kind of person that won’t ever question these ancient writings, and hearsay stories.

Or maybe the right kind of person is the kind of person that will repent and “accept Jesus as their personal savior”.

Who knows!

Honestly, what did you expect, is anything about these characters not cryptic or magic?

I, most certainly, am not the right kind of person.  Are you?

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Do you deserve to be stoned to death? – Tweet of the day

Atheists can cite the bible, too. Actually, we can do this quite well…

Here’s the Twitter link.

… quite well as to annoy the jeebus out of the Christians who’d rather not hear about these less popular verses of the bible.

See, I do challenge people beliefs, I mean if you believe this is your god’s love talking, then that’s fine by me, *whispers* not entirely, but kinda… sorta.

So, just in case you are not fully aware of what your religious affiliation includes – and you really shouldn’t be – that’s where my tweets come in handy.

I kinda enjoy the reactions these tweets generate, like this lady’s reaction, who though this tweet was full of anger.

***facepalm***

See, I didn’t say anything really offensive, I mean, it IS offensive, but I didn’t make it up, did I? The problem here is that this person is taking offense from ME instead of whom, allegedly, is the author of such offense – her loving god.

Well, most Theists will say that it’s me agan picking and choosing, or that the verse is taken out of context, but it’s a long-ish piece of reading so, if you don’t believe me, here is what Deuteronomy 22:13-21 actually says. There are only so many ways you can twist a verse to make it mean something different than what is written.

So, Dear Christian lady, were you a virgin before you got married?

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Do you believe in magic? – Tweet of the day

This assertion, in my opinion, is pretty self-explanatory. Most people will tell you they don’t believe in magic, but they do believe in god. To them the comparison is “stupid.” Right, because talking animals, wizards, witches, demons, sticks turning into snakes, food falling from the sky, people walking on water, that is not magic.

***facepalm***

The funny thing is I do believe in magic, for I think that magic is just science we haven’t been able to explain yet, but I don’t believe there is a god, nor there ever was a talking snake. I might be wrong, though.

This tweet got a bajillion of retweets, so I thought I should give it a little space here.

So, what say you, do you believe in magic?

(All buttons and links  in the tweets are functional, in case you want to reply, or retweet, or favorite them.)

This is the original Twitter link.

Also, it was really cool that PC Siqueira translated it to Portuguese, and apparently it was a hit. Thanks, PC.

This is the original Twitter link to PC’s tweet.

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