Why I strongly dislike religious boneheads

Pastor Mark Holick of the Spirit One Christian Center in Wichita says it won’t remove its message, in spite the fact that Obama is a Christian,  not a Muslim. I strongly believe that Pastor Holick should have the right to be an ignorant Christian, but I also believe that I have the right to mock him. During the affair with the Danish cartoons that happened to upset a whole world of uneducated Muslim barbarians I got threatened multiple times for defending freedom of speech and constitutional and limited democracy and human rights. The intolerant will never be tolerant against the tolerant, but I am always tolerant towards the intolerant. Pastor Holick should have the right to believe what he believes, but he and his church of Satan/also known as God should be able to face the consequences. The man is obviously an illiterate idiot and I only feel sorry for him and his family for being such retards.

If people want to be stupid I say ‘go ahead’, but don’t drag me down with you!

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10 Responses to Why I strongly dislike religious boneheads

  1. ginnypub says:

    The guy has a right to free speech; the same as you in expressing how you’re “always tolerant towards the intolerant” by calling someone with a differing opinion “ignorant Christian”, “uneducated Muslim barbarian”, “illiterate idiot” and “retard”.
    BTW, what part of Black Liberation “Theology” pertains to Christianity?

  2. tegis says:

    “The guy has a right to free speech”

    hint-hinteli-hint-hint, that was sort of my message, Dexter …

  3. Tanya says:

    I like religious boneheads, gives me someone to make fun of.

  4. Anonymous says:

    now all of america knows how ignorant this holick guy is. Just google him and you will see that this isn’t the first time he’s made an ass of himself. He had the balls to appear on CNN which just made him look even more so like the small-minded idiot he is…if i were a member of spirit one christian church, after seeing that sign he had the odacity to post for all to see, i would chose a different church. This wacko is obviously crying out for attention. Mr. Holick…”us satanists will be praying for you!!”

  5. Rage says:

    I used to live within a mile of that church. I even attended a wedding there, wherein the groom—not exactly a bible-thumper–was required to recite a litany of loyalty-oath statements as part of the ceremony. It was painful to watch.

    Be assured that there are plenty of thinking, human people in Wichita. Holick is a brainless, hateful irritant who could laughed off if he only didn’t have the ear of some equally stupid, hateful Kansas politicians.

    These folks are a bit heavy-handed, but a nice counterweight nonetheless:
    http://maggotpunks.com

  6. Anonymous says:

    I don’t know how anyone in that church honestly believes their pastor is going to make heaven!

  7. tegis says:

    Yey, write something concerning religion and you have a dozen Americans debating the issue on your page in no time. 🙂

    I love you guys, I seriously do … 🙂

  8. 6is9 says:

    In the first comment above, “ginnypub” asks, “…what part of Black Liberation “Theology” pertains to Christianity?”

    This, from James H. Cone, Ph.D, well-known advocate of Black Liberation Theology and Distinguished Professor of Systematic Theology at Union Theological Seminary in New York City:

    [Black Liberation Theology is] … “a rational study of the being of God in the world in light of the existential situation of an oppressed community, relating the forces of liberation to THE ESSENCE OF THE GOSPEL, WHICH IS JESUS CHRIST.”

    I would have to say, then, that for the people who draw inspiration from it, the WHOLE of Black Liberation Theology pertains to Christianity.

    This white man would be a helluva lot more comfortable in Rev. Wright’s church than he could ever be in Pastor Holick’s.

    BTW, what part Jesus’ teachings pertains to Christianity?

  9. ginnypub says:

    For 6is9-
    James Cone is the FOUNDER of Black Liberation “theology”. He modeled it after the radical murdering Sandinista in Nicaragua. It’s a Maoist/Marxist philosophy.

    Maybe if you think about it REALLY hard, you’ll figure out what part of Jesus, the CHRIST’s teachings “pertain to CHRISTIANITY”.

    For the record, I didn’t answer this post to get into a discussion about religion. It was to point out the slap-you-in-the-face hypocrisy of the author’s claim of being tolerant. Alas, my response zoomed right over the author’s head.

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