A Child’s Understanding of Atheism



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11 Responses to A Child’s Understanding of Atheism

  1. A mind well poisoned by someone. That is damned sad.

  2. john zande says:

    Oh dear, that little monkey isn’t wired right :(

    • LEjames says:

      Actually, John, I can’t tell if it’s the person with the fork who is the atheist, and they’re torturing the child; or if it’s the Devil himself, torturing an atheist in chains.

      Lord have mercy, either way!

  3. shelldigger says:

    Obviously offspring of a fundamentalist. The spelling is a dead giveaway.

    I’m not real sure a child drew this one actually. Looks like a prop for a “just so” story to me. That chain doesn’t look a tad too detailed to anyone else? Compared to the rest of the drawing that is, plus it had to have been a different (fine point) marker than what drew the rest of the black. That does not rule out the possibility a child drew it, but it smells fishy to me. If this is real, I wonder if the kid may be a tad dyslexic?…as well as suffering from bible abuse.

    • LEjames says:

      “The spelling is a dead giveaway.”

      Yes, I did actually examine the pic, wondering about it’s creation, how it could have been done. The message certainly rings clear.

  4. Impressive detail, particularly on the chains and multicolored flames. This is clearly an example of horrible parenting, however. The devil does NOT have a pitchfork.

  5. LEjames says:

    Right. The whole pitchfork thing has given Poseidon a bad name.

  6. Arkenaten says:

    It’s a fake…has to be.

    • LEjames says:

      You may be right. As I look at the lines, they are evenly thick, such as the lines used on MS Paint. To think someone did this for Mom.me, and then to have it distributed throughout AOL mail, it smacks of propaganda.

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