|The Catholic ideology of Mary being the mother of God causes a
time causality loop. Which came first, the chicken or the egg?
The mother or the God?
Poof! Problem solved.
The Annunciation was the announcement by the Archangel Gabriel to Mary that she would bear the son of God, Jesus Christ.
In the Hebrew calendar year 3759, God was trolling around looking
for a likely virginal victim.
The Immaculate Conception followed by The Annunciation is proof that God (the unholy spirit) would commit premeditated rape on a girl in her early teens without consent of any form.
In impregnating 14 year old Mary with out consent, God's behavior was an unethical abuse of power at best and grossly predatory at worst.
If you get to drown all but eight people on the planet why wouldn't you be allowed to rape somebody from time to time? Who's going to stop you?
Then again, rape is usually defined as penetration without consent. I'm not sure the laws are set up to handle someone spontaneously spawning holy jizz in your fallopian tubes
One day, a Pope Leo considered the issue of the Virgin Mary as the mother of God and why the new testament never said anything about what happened to her when she died, so he made up the concept of The Assumption. This is the notion that the no longer Virgin Mary was so important that she had to have ascended into Heaven to join her son, Jesus. This was called The Assumption.
It is easier to sell a woman with compassion than it is to sell a god child.
If Jesus is God, then Jesus took his mom's virginity.
If we are all God's children and Jesus is God's only begotten son, are the rest of us girls.
If we are all God's children (as was Mary), then God committed premeditated rape on his own daughter without consent.
This miserable Mary is why virgins are venerated while non-virgins are treated like used gum.
From: Robert G. Ingersoll.
Certainly there should be no difference about the birth of Christ. From the Christian's point of view, nothing could have been of greater importance than that event.
Matthew says: "Now when Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Judea, in the days of Herod the King, behold there came wise men from the east to Jerusalem.
"Saying, where is he that is born king of the Jews? for we have seen his star in the east and are come to worship him."
Matthew does not tell us who these wise men were, from what country they came, to what race they belonged. He did not even know their names.
We are also informed that when Herod heard these things he was troubled and all Jerusalem with him; that he gathered the chief priests and asked of them where Christ should be born and they told him that he was to be born in Bethlehem.
Then Herod called the wise men and asked them when the star appeared, and told them to go to Bethlehem and report to him.
When they left Herod, the star again appeared and went before them until it stood over the place where the child was.
When they came to the child they worshiped him, - gave him gifts, and being warned by God in a dream, they went back to their own country without calling on Herod.
Then the angel of the Lord appeared to Joseph in a dream and told him to take Mary and the child into Egypt for fear of Herod.
So Joseph took Mary and the child to Egypt and remained there until the death of Herod.
Then Herod, finding that he was mocked by the wise men, "sent forth and slew all the children that were in Bethlehem and in all the coasts thereof from two years old and under."
After the death of Herod an angel again appeared in a dream to Joseph and told him to take mother and child and go back to Palestine.
So he went back and dwelt in Nazareth.
Is this story true? Must we believe in the star and the wise men? Who were these wise men? Was Mary really a whore who knew the three wise men? It's a shame that there was no DNA tests to see if baby Jesus was the product of a whore.
From what country did they come? What interest had they in the birth of the King of the Jews? What became of them and their star?
Special Report! God has been taken into custody this morning on charges of sexual assault and rape allegations. Satire
According to recent updates, a woman has come forth claiming that God groomed and coerced her into a sexual relation when she was only 14 years old. This sexual relationship resulted in a pregnancy. The woman's attorney has stated that they will be perusing DNA testing to verify the child's paternity.
The allegations come just days after a recent report claimed that the child involved may have reached such high-powered roles because of the influential powers of God's position.
No word yet on whether or not these allegations will be effected by a statute of limitations and there has been no response from God's legal team.
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