Phil Robertson Threatens to Run for President; Makes Trump Sound Almost Reasonable
This week Phil Robertson went on air and discussed why we vote, why secularism is “tha devil” (best read in Momma Boucher’s voice) and whether or not we would be ready for him to run for POTUS. Yeah, the guy who has made a career using a device that tricks ducks into thinking he wants to mate with them so he can murder them, while comparing homosexuality to beastiality might want to be president.
The video starts out with a caller wanting to know if the rise of secularism is the “Greatest threat against Christianity…” in Phil’s lifetime. As you can guess, he feels it is, but you will need to hear it from his own yap to fully appreciate it.
Let me help you out Phil. The rise of secularism isn’t the threat against Christianity. Thats right, there IS a threat against your preciously held fairy tales and its called information technology. In the last 30 years there has been an accessibility of information like never before in the history of mankind. Ever. There is more data stored on the internet than in all of the worlds libraries, both current and historical. Combined.
So, when people want to make claims like virgin births, resurrections, miraculous healings or prophecy we can look up whether its true, probable or even possible. What we have now, is a growing population of people with the answers at their fingertips, and almost nowhere for your God of the Gaps to live anymore. Sure, there are holdouts. There are people still being indoctrinated into nonsense even today. But its getting harder to keep them indoctrinated. When we are turning infants loose with internet connected devices, its only a matter of time until they learn how to look up the truth themselves.
Research from Duke University and University College London (UCL) reveals that the number of people in the US who claim religious affiliations or attend Church has dropped.
And, the belief in God is dropping as well.
Among the data, the researchers found that while 94 percent of Americans born before 1935 claim a religious affiliation, the same is only true for 71 percent of the generation born after 1975.
The study also revealed that just 45 percent of young adults ages 18-30 say they have ‘no doubt God exists,’ while 68 percent of Americans 65 and older said the same.
They also found that 41 percent of people 70 and older attend church services at least once a month, while just 18 percent of people 60 and younger say this.
Duke article can be found here in full.
Religion, all religion, is slowly dying. Information is the guy with his foot on its throat.