Saturday, November 30, 2013
I suppose we knew it was coming.
On November 20, 2013, Illinois became the sixteenth state to permit same sex marriage (Congratulations!) when Governor Pat Quinn signed the legislation, passed a few weeks earlier, into law.
There were heavy tornadoes in Illinois on November 17th.
So, naturally, an ultra far right Catholic group had this to say:
The massive tornadoes that hit Illinois after the passing of the same sex "marriage" bill, has stimulated many people to reflection.Well, I think your god's aim sucks:
In it, some see God's chastisement; others see it as yet one more merciful warning from Providence; others yet deny both options and give various reasons.
What do you think?
Illinois was the hardest hit, with 43 tornadoes, followed by 23 in Indiana, 13 in Kentucky, one in Missouri and one in Ohio.I also think you are morons.
More likely, they were the "wrong" kind of Chriatians.
"The earthquake had struck on an important church holiday and had destroyed almost every important church in the city, causing anxiety and confusion amongst the citizens of a staunch and devout Roman Catholic city and country, which had been a major patron of the Church. Theologians focussed and speculated on the religious cause and message, seeing the earthquake as a manifestation of divine judgement. Most philosophers rejected that on the grounds that the Alfama, Lisbon's red-light district, suffered only minor damage."