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This morning I posted a series of tweets, making fun of some of religion’s absurdities, each one ending with the ironic phrase “Makes sense”.  Almost immediately this started a trend, and several hundred other people joined in, also ending their tweets with the same ironic phrase.  I retweeted a minority of these (about one in five) and this minority is collected here, together with the original ones that I wrote myself.

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Written By: Richard Dawkins
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322 COMMENTS

  1. The little god in the believers’ brains says it is hidden in the far reaches of time and space, – so believers pass on the message, that those seeking to refute its claim of external material existence, should look out there (where the omnipotent sky-fairies live): – with inadequate instruments – Makes (theistic) sense!

  2. “The Bible” – all the different contradictory versions and mistranslations of it – are all Trooooo!
    The New Testament Gospels were written by illiterate disciples years after they were dead. -

    Makes sense!

  3. In reply to #14 by Daniel Moszkowicz:

    Richard Dawkins ‏@RichardDawkins
    God couldn’t think of a better way to forgive the sin of Adam (who never existed) than to have his son (aka himself) executed. Makes sense.

    This Tweet is by far my favourite, simply because it demonstrates to people of “reason” the humble state of your mind Professor and the delusion you must be suffering from, to openly assert your knowledge of G_D’s mind…knowing what He thinks and doesn’t think.

    Bravo Professor, you have excelled in making “reason” seem very attractive and let’s not mention scientific inquiry! Ha-ha! No wonder Professor John Lennox is having you for breakfast, lunch, & dinner! You are a mere plaything for a true intellectual Master such as he!

    Cheers,
    Daniel Moszkowicz (TKofC).

    OKAY… So you are ascertaining that your so called god didn’t have a brain, if he/she/it had a brain then he/she/it would definitely think… Because a brain can only think… This post of yours makes absolute sense and is a
    And FYI, what a brain thinks can be ascertained by the ensuing action, so its is a simple conclusion based on the your religious text which says the god sacrificed himself to himself to appease himself so that he could save humanity from himself for himself….. #makes hell lot of sense.

  4. Some guys came up with a story. Other guys took the story and begun to believe it, some literally. Richard says the story is stupid. Now a bunch of guys are having a fight about whether the story is real or not.

    I don’t know whether this makes sense or not, what I know for sure is that none of it has anything to do with God.

  5. In reply to #16 by Alan4discussion:

    “The Bible” – all the different contradictory versions and mistranslations of it – are all Trooooo!

    The New Testament Gospels were written by illiterate disciples years after they were dead. -

    Makes sense!

    The other Gnostic and Coptic Gospels of Thomas, Mary and Judas etc. were not included … because they were “fake” !!!

    Makes sense!

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