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Cannibalistic Fantasy
09-22-2009, 11:12 AM
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Cannibalistic Fantasy
When I got that call from the Mormon telemarketer, I recalling him saying one of the differences between Christianity and Mormonism; That difference was using water instead of wine to represent the blood of Jesus. These people actually pretend that they are drinking blood. Not only this, but they use bread and pretend it is flesh.

This is another reason why I think Christians are weird. Any group of people that gather once a week, and fantasize about drinking blood and eating human flesh are creepy. Imagine the thought process that went behind starting that tradition. They were probably like "I love Jesus so much, I wish I could drink his blood, maybe nibble on his flesh". I believe Jeffrey Dahmer had a similar thought process. Dahmer did cannibalism on his victims, he figured if he ate them, they would become part of him. This is pretty much the same mindset; this is what made him infamous, the reason Christians are not infamous for this is beyond me.

If Jesus (the human) was a real guy, I feel kind of bad for him. There are many cults around the world that worship an image of him being tortured on two pieces of wood, all bloody. Plus they fantasize about cannibalizing him. Imagine if that happened to you.

I have a blog that discusses things like this. If anyone is interested in checking it out, the address is... http://the-atheist-perspective.blogspot.com/
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