[From "10 Ways City Dwellers Alleviate Secular Guilt"]
If a man lives in sin[…]his soul becomes burdened with the cumulative weight of his transgressions[…]He feels bad[…]searches for worldly solutions[…] 1. Buying organic food
“In spite of living far from God, to make sure I live a long and healthy life, I pay extra for organic avocados”
The idea of organic food is sound[…]Orthodox Christians[…]avoid goyslop[…]because they’re fake[…] 2. Buying ethically sourced food
“In spite of living far from God, I make sure to spend more money on foods I love to help those who live in racially and economically disadvantaged countries”[…] 4. Exercising multiple times a week in a gym[…]
Exercise enough so that you can stand for five hours during a festal vigil[…]Other reasons[…]may be a way to feed vanity[…] 5. Engaging in two minutes of internet hate
“In spite of living far from God, I have the discernment to state we should go nuclear against Russia because they’re baddies, and also I’m qualified to declare that the police officer who killed a black man on duty deserves the electric chair for his racism”
City dwellers fall into judgment because judgment feels good[…] 7. Practicing “safe” sex
“In spite of living far from God, I just engaged in a ‘safe’ act of mortal sin with someone who is not my wife because I covered 0.5% of my body with a piece of latex”[…] 8. Taking care of a small pet[…]
It’s hard to become a mother when you idolize your career and use apps like Tinder to meet a lot of men[…] 9. Attending a gay pride event[…]
The phenomenon of straight women going to gay pride events is very real[…]Gay pride is a psyop primarily targeted toward straight women[…] 10. Getting vaxxed, wearing face masks, and sanitizing hands until they’re raw[…]
I’m certain the coronavirus vaccine is from Satan—it’s a perfectly demonized construction that is perhaps his best work after the theory of evolution
So were we! You can find all of this, and more, on Fundies Say the Darndest Things!
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