Thursday, October 22, 2009

Test Your God Knowledge Here

Here is a short test. See if you can score 100% in your knowledge of the Christian God?

1. Did God kill every living human on earth with a flood?
__ Yes __ No

2. Did God order his chosen people to kill all the non-virgins in conquered cities, but to keep the virgin girls for slaves and raping?
__ Yes __ No

3. Did God send bears to maul children for mocking a bald prophet?
__ Yes __ No

4. Is God stronger than chariots made of iron?
__ Yes __ No

5. Who allowed his most devoted follower, Job, to lose his whole family, fortune, and friends, just to prove a point to the devil?
__ Moses
__ Bill Clinton
__ God
__ Larry King
__ Sean Hannity
__ Barack Obama

6. Did God kill millions of baby Egyptians after intentionally hardening the heart of the Pharoah so he wouldn't let the Israelites go?
__ Yes __ No

7. Are women allowed to speak in church?
__ Yes __ No

8. If you decide to follow Jesus, can you still love your family, or must you hate them?
__ Love __ Hate

9. Does God cause people to eat one another (I'm talking cannibalism here, not anything sexual)?
__ Yes __ No

10. Will God destroy the wisdom of the wise?
__ Yes __ No

Best of luck to you.



Why would I want to test my God knowledge?

csm said...

It was aimed more at the "believers"... but you can, too, if you wanna. The point being that most people have no idea what is in that bible they believe is the infallible word of their god.

By the way, the answers are:
1. Yes
2. Yes
3. Yes
4. No
5. God
6. Yes
7. No
8. Hate
9. Yes
10. Yes



Here is something you can sink your heathen teeth into...

Pat Robertson’s Christian Broadcasting Network Warns Americans Of ‘Demonic’ Halloween Candy
October 29, 2009 AU’s Lynn Says Religious Broadcaster Should Send ‘Trick Or Treat’ Goodies Over To His House

Put aside your fears of swine flu. TV preacher Pat Robertson’s Web site has just issued a bulletin warning Americans of the real threat we face this season: Demons may be lurking in our Halloween candy.

In a column on the Christian Broadcasting Network’s Web site, writer Kimberly Daniels asserts that “demons” sneak into bags of Halloween candy at grocery stores.

“[M]ost of the candy sold during this season has been dedicated and prayed over by witches,” Daniels wrote. “I do not buy candy during the Halloween season. Curses are sent through the tricks and treats of the innocent whether they get it by going door to door or by purchasing it from the local grocery store. The demons cannot tell the difference.”

The Rev. Barry W. Lynn, executive director of Americans United for Separation of Church and State, urged Robertson and Daniels to lighten up.

csm said...

I thought that Snickers bar tasty a little demony this evening.