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Thursday, August 20, 2015

save the children!

Ancient idiot Pat Robertson of the 700 Club recently suggested that a set of grandparents should kidnap their grandchild so as to keep the poor child away from their atheist parents.  

If you ask me, and you didn't, I'd say keep the poor child away from the church.  They teach fear, hate, sexism, and an irrational love of an imaginary being.  There are few things on this earth that have caused more pain and suffering than religion, and the Bible has a lot to do with that.

So, parents, do whatever you can to keep the poor impressionable child away from the violent impulses rampant in church. On the other hand, many atheists were atheists UNTIL they thoroughly read the Bible.  On the 3rd hand, the "Bible school" bullshit doesn't dwell on the carnage and contradictions of the Bible, but only on small sections that project whatever the teacher wants the kids to "learn."

Parents, don't torture your kids with the Bible! Teach them reason and to think for themselves! And Pat?  Just STFU for Chrissakes.

Pat Robertson to grandparents: Take grandkids 'away' from atheist parents and send them to a Christian school.

TV preacher Pat Robertson suggested last Monday that grandparents should find a way to send their grandchildren to a Christian school if atheist parents were teaching them that God and Jesus were not real.

“Pat, I am very concerned because this past weekend my 6-year-old grandson said his dad told him God and Jesus were not real and were just made up to scare people about dying,” a viewer named Elizabeth explained to Robertson in an email.
Elizabeth said that she tried to “explain the truth” to her grandson but he wouldn’t believe her.
“I’m worried for my grandson’s soul,” she wrote.
“You should be,” Robertson agreed. “If there’s any way you can get that child away from that… His father telling him that. I don’t know, but if there’s any way you can get him enrolled in a Christian school or get him into some, you know, they have daily vacation Bible school and things.”
“There’s all kinds of things you could do to kind of get him into some positive influences,” he noted.

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