Quote# 60877

Any person who obeys his parents cannot ask them any questions. Who are you to ask your father any questions when he instructs you to do anything? If you should do that, then of course, you must die. Who are you to murmur against your father for giving you instructions? Who are you to be annoyed against your father for advising you? If you should ask any questions, you are inviting death. Whatever your parents ask you to do, you should obey them implicitly in order to receive God's blessings.

Anonymous, Word Center 68 Comments [3/26/2009 10:24:22 AM]
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Is this ana ctual fundie or someone else pointing out the hypocracy of fundies picking and choosing which bits of Biblical teachings to take literally and follow to the letter?

3/26/2009 8:20:32 AM


"Whatever your parents ask you to do, you should obey them implicitly in order to receive God's blessings."

Good job "god" doesn't exist, then.

3/26/2009 10:28:53 AM


Read his page. This guy is not a poe or being sarcastic. He really is this mentally deranged in his thinking.

3/26/2009 10:34:57 AM


"Don't ask questions"

That's pretty much the core of religion.

3/26/2009 10:45:51 AM

Dio Fa

So, this is why I never received God's blessings: I was not an obedient child. I asked many questions in response to my parents' orders and still managed to escape death.

Who was I to complain about my parents' orders? Some kid who realized that reaching a certain age does not automatically mean that you possess intelligence or wisdom.

Now, bite me.

3/26/2009 10:49:20 AM


First, there are questions which do not question a parent's decisions.

Second, there are parents who are unqualified to raise a tepid glass of water much less a child. It is the child's duty to question such a parent's instructions.

Third, God's blessings. Prove there is a God and that anything, anywhere is a blessing of his.

3/26/2009 10:49:47 AM


So, basically, your kids keep asking you questions you can't answer, right? Things like "So why are we supposed to believe this obvious bullshit?"

3/26/2009 10:55:41 AM

Doctor Whom

This reminds me of a comic strip that I once read:

Mother: This is the house of the lady who always wears pink. She never wears anything but pink.

Daughter: She just came out of the house, and she's wearing brown.

Mother: Are you calling me a liar?

3/26/2009 10:56:28 AM

The L

Papabear says it best.

3/26/2009 10:58:34 AM


fear is the heart of love

3/26/2009 11:09:03 AM


And if the parents are idiots?

3/26/2009 11:30:55 AM


So, let me get this straight.

If my parents had told me to kill you, you would support me doing so because I should not question my parents? Were you skull fucked with an ebola infested cactus?

3/26/2009 11:36:57 AM


What if your parents are atheist?

3/26/2009 11:40:53 AM

Old Viking

When I questioned him Dad would knock me unconscious occasionally. But he was too much of a softy for the killing bit.

3/26/2009 11:44:07 AM

Seeker in the Dark

"Any person who obeys his parents cannot ask them any questions."

Dad: Hey, son, wanna go to the park with me and your mom?

Son: Sure! What time are we leaving?


[sarcasm]Sure, makes perfect sense... [/sarcasm]

3/26/2009 11:50:10 AM


I'll make it short.


3/26/2009 11:55:11 AM


so if your parents tell you to curse God you should do that too right?

3/26/2009 12:08:52 PM

Table Rock

Dad? Is that you?

3/26/2009 12:09:16 PM

The Lazy One

Well, what if your dad asks you to paint the house but you can't find the paint? Can you ask where the paint is, or does that invite death too?

3/26/2009 12:17:40 PM


It sounds like you didn't question your father when he inserted his penis in your rectum. You just took it lying down. And now that you're an adult, and he has perhaps died, you've found a way to rationalise the experience.

Just a guess.

3/26/2009 12:35:14 PM


P.S. Don't have kids.

3/26/2009 12:35:54 PM




Welcome back from the planet of the Darleks.


3/26/2009 12:50:18 PM


I questioned my parents all the time. Sometimes I was right, sometimes they were right. On several occasions it saved our hides. And in the end it only resulted in a deep mutual respect for one another.

3/26/2009 12:50:48 PM


That's asking for trouble, not blessings.

3/26/2009 12:56:27 PM


Dad: Son, bring me a beer from the fridge.
Son: Which one? There are two, foreign and home-mad... Oh fuck! *starts runing*
Dad*gets his shotgun and runs afterhim. Shots heard*: Honey, I've just shot our kid. Damn it, they never learn.
Mom: You got that right, that's the fifth kid in two years.

3/26/2009 1:02:04 PM

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