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Rapture

September 16, 2005


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This sort of intolerant, brainwash garbage makes Neha angry enough to talk about herself in third person.

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Sick, sick, sick.

I realize this blog is turning into a Cirque du Soleil of wacky religion links but that's because the End Times are upon us, y'all!

My parents practiced highly personalized forms of Hindu spirituality. But they never said a negative word about people with different beliefs, never took up any hypothetical arms, never thought their way was the right way for all humanity. That's quite impressive for Hindu brahmin folk from Gujarat. Though I don't practice anything I have retained their attitude towards religion and its connection to the individual. Having spent a good portion of my life arguing with near-fanatics in the Middle East (of all faiths, mind you) I am easily intrigued by any X-treme beliefs (to the max!). Indulge me in my exploration of faith on the interweb, Neha is a growing girl, she needs her divine sustenance.

Holler atcha, J-walk!

posted by Neha
11:48 AM

7 Comments:

Anonymous CrayonPeople.com said...

Wow. Awesome find. That is crazy!

Where did you come across this little cartoon?

9/19/2005 02:56:00 AM  
Blogger Neha said...

Howdy, Crayon People, I found the link on J-Walk blog (linked in post entry). Quite disturbing, innit?

9/19/2005 12:49:00 PM  
Anonymous Jay said...

Neha is this from Chick Publishers? If it is, this is a wacky press down south that puts out some crazy stuff - they make fundamentalists look warm and fuzzy.

9/20/2005 10:47:00 AM  
Blogger Neha said...

You are correct, Jay. I had no idea how deep that rabbit hole was before this morning.

This post was linked on Byzantium's Shores with a humorous "Ahhh, Neha's just discovered the gooey insanity of Chick Tracts! And here's me, without my popcorn....".

I rushed to educate myself on the scope of Chick's work and was appalled. Shee-it, it's King James Version or Hell with these folks.

9/20/2005 02:29:00 PM  
Blogger GoodLookiN! said...

This kind of stuff actually does more harm to the religion. The Chruch has to learn from its past mistakes, remember issuing a 'fawta' on Galileo for thinking aloud the earth is flat?

I think the Chruch has learned from that kind of experiances. The current wave of ignorance seems to be coming more from neo and evangalist christians in north america.

9/21/2005 04:20:00 AM  
Blogger Neha said...

The Church that existed in Galileo's time is quite different and more fractured today, I think. What was learnt then is easily forgotten now. Ignorance doesn't come in waves but major scientific thought does seem to. Ignorance breeds reaction to such thought, today, as it did with Galileo then.

9/21/2005 09:06:00 AM  
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