There is nothing redeemable in this podcast. It's a propaganda mouthpiece for Satan and his followers. The content is a lock step repetition of the same humanist lies that have plagued the United States since the invention of the "separation of Church and State" fiction.
Despite their lock step service to Satan and the intellectual dishonesty of claiming to be skeptical while accepting the same beliefs as the rest of their peer group, I can't help but feel sorry for these people. This is because of one episode where they interviewed an atheist musician who had written a song about his dog's death. This song was an attempt by someone with no belief in an afterlife to deal with the death of his pet. The shoddy, hopeless, empty shell of "consolation" he came up with was so "moving" to other atheists that one of them had this song, about the death of a DOG, played at his mother's funeral.
What was the best the atheists could come up with to console them on the death of a loved one?
"The deceased won't have to miss me."
Despite everything these people are doing to drag souls to Hell, I can't help but pity such lost, hopeless, pathetic creatures.
Alexander Cornswalled, Cornswalled Blog - Review of Skeptics Guide to the Universe Podcast 27 Comments
[10/21/2008 8:09:54 PM]
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