The Warning Label We Should All Read

If you’re not going to say it, I will.

Warning Label

If ever I come to power, I’m going to make it the law to have that disclaimer on every religious doctrine, that and possibly having a national nudist day as a public holiday. After all, if you read it on a book, especially if it is the fine print, you know it’s got to be true.

8 thoughts on “The Warning Label We Should All Read

  1. Yuen-Chi Lian: A little of the past and a lot of the present splashed with a healthy dose of what you can find in a single moment. 🙂

  2. Actually most people claim it for the literal truth rather than claim it to be a work of fiction.

  3. but those who claim ONE to be literal truth, decide that the rest are all fiction. so, based on that alone, MOST people would claim any one of the holy books to be fiction, no?

  4. Couple of days ago I stumbled upon the similar topic we have here. It was a website with the videos, long articles and other materials that is “trying to prove” that the Christianity is just a make-believe and that the bible is a fiction. I agree with that stand and am interested in what kind of dust will that website raise.

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