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You can't "buy" yourself into heaven with good works, but faith without works is empty. The contradictions keep you on your toes.
If you do good works without regard for a God, wouldn't a benevolent God reward you for your merits? Maybe more so because you didn't expect a reward after you died. And if He requires you to acknowledge him before rewarding you, I don't think the word "benevolent" can apply.
Got made us in his image, meaning he's got some wicked passive-aggressive tendencies. I don't know about you, but I wouldn't trust him until he gets treatment. Dear Christians, if you feel like you're close to God, please pray to him and ask him to stop being a dick. Maybe stage some sort of intervention. He's obviously not listening to me.
Kiss my imaginary friend's ass or he'll put you in the fire. For ever. After you die.
"The contradictions keep you on your toes." Or are specifically designed to keep believers in fear. The christian god seems to start making a whole lot more sense once you look at him as a fabrication...
Wow, that is some nice hand painted lettering on those doors. The whole project has a nice maker flair to it that's unusual nowadays.What was behind the Good Works door? Hellfire?
This was from the Skowegan State Fair in Maine from the early '90's. Just ran across a jam packed photo album of carnival snapshots and'll be posting a bunch as the days go on!http://mitchoconnell.blogspot.com/2011/10/sideshow-3.htmlhttp://mitchoconnell.blogspot.com/2011/10/sideshow-2.htmlhttp://mitchoconnell.blogspot.com/2011/10/sideshow_19.htmlhttp://mitchoconnell.blogspot.com/2011/10/sideshow.html
If fundy jeezoids are going to heaven, I'll pick another destination, thanks. Being in their company for eternity would be pretty hellish for me.