Monday, June 18, 2007

Mike Seaver Wants to Save Your Soul

This link caught my attention the other night while I was on Yahoo. I haven't watched any of the videos on the page yet. One, I don't have the time, and two, I will probably just end up laughing too hard to take it seriously.

I have no problem with people having religious beliefs, but I also cannot take seriously someone like Kirk Cameron who believes that worshipping and serving an imaginary being takes priority over one's own family. And if there is some all-powerful deity watching over us, I can't imagine that it would deem taking care of one's family to be a lesser obligation than taking religious texts literally or going to church every Sunday.

7 comments:

vjack said...

It is almost enough to make me feel sorry for the guy. Almost.

Poodles Rule said...

I am sorry I used to like that show... *headslap*

Summer Squirrel said...

Did you read the comments on this article? I read about 50 of them shaking my head the entire time. So many deluded people and each willing to get Cameron a "high five" for not caveing in to the immorality of Hollywood. I was depressed after reading it.

Summer

BigTex71 said...

So many deluded people and each willing to get Cameron a "high five" for not caveing in to the immorality of Hollywood.

Yeah, what is he gay or something? (Not that there is anything wrong with that.) :D

Tommy said...

hey Tex buddy, what happened to your blog?

Stardust said...

And if there is some all-powerful deity watching over us, I can't imagine that it would deem taking care of one's family to be a lesser obligation than taking religious texts literally or going to church every Sunday.

Exactly. Family should come first and foremost above all else. However, many religious folks say they will choose something they have no evidence for the existence of over even spouses and children. That I do not understand.

gordo said...

I can't take Cameron seriously since he and Ray Comfort made the infmous "banana video".

I have to say, though, that I still laugh when I see Ray Comfort say that the banana's shape indicates that God made it for the human mouth.