Not So Polite Dinner Conversation – a Christian post for posterity

I’ve stumbled upon a person, KC Sunbeam (not sunshine, but still a crank). Their latest post is quite a doozy, especially with their tagline: “This Unique Person and Social Pariah tackles society’s problems with intellectual accuity.”

Some pertinent parts.
“1-2) “Is Anne Frank burning in Hell right now? How about Mahatma Gandi?” A: Nobody is presently burning in Hell since damnation will not happen until after the Judgment. If
Anne or Gandhi lacked opportunity to know Christ, they can attain Heaven because they did not reject Him. But if they had adequate opportunity to know Christ, and perpetually rejected Him, they would be Hell-bound.”

So far, pretty typical.

“8) “If your child were dying, would you pray for them or take them to a doctor?” A: BOTH.

9) “Which has more of an impact?” A: The doctor, since he incorporates and submits to Gods’ laws of chemistry, physics, and science.”

Classic attempt to avoid the problem that their god does nothing.

“12) “If you have cancer, what will help more: drugs or prayer?” A: Neither; try chemotherapy.”

chemotherapy is a therapy using drugs.

“13) “Say you had a missing limb. Would prayer ever bring it back?” A: No. If God allowed it to be amputated, why would He contradict Himself by bringing it back?”

Good to know that God hurts people.

“25) “Was Jesus white?” A: Yes. Jewish White, not Gentile White. His lineage is documented as Jewish, and Jews look Caucasian, if you haven’t noticed.”


“27) “Why does God seem to hate Africa?” A: Africa does badly because it is populated with Negroes, who have inferior genetics, nothing more.”

Oh dear.

“45) “If God already sends people who act on homosexuality to Hell, why do many Christians feel the need to persecute them on Earth?” A: It is not many and the few who do are in violation of Christ’s attitude on that point.”

Oh dear again.

“70) “Can you pause the video and tell me what the Ten Commandments are?” A: Yes, but I won’t since they are not my standard of morality.”

Hmmm, funny how JC said that all of the commandments are the Christian standard for morality.

Well, thanks, KC for showing just how Christianity is evidently nothing more than a title that people give themselves to have some divine excuse for their opinion.

13 thoughts on “Not So Polite Dinner Conversation – a Christian post for posterity

      1. Thanks for correcting my name (no offense to the band, they’re simply not me). Anybody can cry racist; it requires no intellect to do so. Anyway, the race issue is a whole other subject which I’m well-educated in.

        (and thus begins the countdown to when KC gets swatted under the fridge. He is such a classic example of Dunning Kruger, with his claims of being “educated” in “the race issue”.)

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    1. Is #dumbasaboxthatpreviouslycontainedrocks too long for a hashtag? 😀

      KC, you *are* a racist. And superstitious. And a hijacker of medical professionals’ skills and passion, giving your evil little god-thing the credit for the hard work of real people. As someone who works in medicine myself, I consider this to be utterly unforgivable. Cut it out.

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  1. Cranks, kooks, and crazies. Ahh the sweet smell of a freshly scorched crank 😉

    They all think they are special. They all have some agenda they hang their hats on. They all think they are freaking geniuses. They all play dodge/attack/insult when engaged.

    Dunning Kruger indeed.


  2. I once had a believer “debate” me on my website. When I refused to be distracted by his cut and paste arguments, he finally said that we’d have to agree to disagree. Then he generously told me that he didn’t think he was better than me — I hadn’t suggested that he did — only that he had a better “worldview.” If you want to see the “debate,” here’s the link. Warning: some of his cut and paste arguments are pretty vile. Not suitable for sensitive souls. I apologize if posting the link is unacceptable. Actually, in case it’s rude to post links, I won’t. Instead —

    greencomet dot org and search on creationist nonsense.

    If you do check it out, you might find it amusing to see how many of the 15 bits of nonsense he used in spite if the SA article.


      1. Yes, but I think he earnestly believed that he was showing me the “truth.” He believed that his arguments showed that his beliefs were right. He was genuinely disappointed when he couldn’t save me from my blind ignorance.


      2. Yeah. Did you happen on the mention of The Evolution Handbook by Vance Ferrell in the comments? I made Henry a deal. I would read this tract if he would read an equal amount of real science. I could only get a third of the way through it, so I let him off the hook, not that he gave any indication of accepting my challenge anyway. That “handbook” was really vile, yet Henry kept using it an an authority. The funny thing is, he didn’t see the irony in the fact that he started our interchange by saying he had a problem with words like “nonsense,” when that publication is filled with much worse.

        Could it be that hateful language doesn’t count if it’s directed at atheists?



      3. heh. hmmm, it seems that religion is dependent on hate, so it may be that it doesn’t’ count.

        I missed that in the comments. I’ve seen parts of that set of lies. It is a lovely example of how Christianity depends on false claims to exist.


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