I’ll get back to you…

I know I’ve been a bit light-on with my postings lately, I’ve been struggling with what to say. What with Sean reporting on the Mercy Ministries debacle, The Frame Problem reporting on the Church of Scientology (CoS), and Pharyngula, plus many others, reporting on the ‘Expelled from Expelled’ debacle, I feel like I haven’t been left with much to talk about. There has been some interesting talk on the impending Catholic World Youth Day, newmatilda.com had an interesting article on the, now, $150 million it’s costing US for this event. I was going to comment on that article, but after reading some of the other comments from the religious apologetics, I just gave up.

Which leads me to the topic I’ve been working on, currently with a working title of: Disheartened by the Deluded, keep your eyes out for it.

and on a lighter note; Sammy over at memeplex has taken some time out from holidaying in France and reporting on ‘Expelled’ to produce some more lyrics in graphical format. The Michael Jackson one is a bit naughty, but I like this Meat Loaf one:

Well that’s all from me for now, see you soon.

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Filed under atheism, atheist, Catholic WYD, christianity, Expelled, government funding, Hillsong, Mercy Ministries, PZ Myers, religion

4 responses to “I’ll get back to you…

  1. Well, the Aussie government spent $35 million on the same event.
    http://www.abc.net.au/news/stories/2007/08/11/2002414.htm

    Yeah, the idea of a government heavily subsidising a religious event like that is more than a tad unsettling.

  2. funny graphic…I love Mr. Loaf!

    Your struggle with what to say mirrors mine!

  3. Yes it can all get a bit much some days. I’ll keep my eyes peeled though

  4. I look forward to your Disheartened by the Deluded article.

    I’m thinking of doing one entitled “Exhausted and Discouraged by the Deluded”, because of how exhausting and apparently hopeless it is to argue with them when, in most cases it seems that nothing short of God coming down himself and saying “I don’t exist” would make them doubt their belief.

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