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  1. Chase says:

    He took out millions of people in a flood, he got a girl pregnant with out even touching her and he can kill at any time. God’s like some sort of immortal bad-ass.

  2. AlecDawesome says:

    Haha, would have been funny even without the last panel.

  3. lazyCrab says:

    Insta sunglasses and cigar, so badass.

  4. Bill Murphy says:

    I love God’s stoner eyes in the last panel. :D

  5. Malachar says:

    Incredible. I laughed hard at this one.

    Imagine if this was how it always went down though…

  6. Tar says:

    That’ll teach him not to spill ice cream again :P

  7. Niko says:

    The faith of Evan was warning to all of us. Do not question God, he does exist

  8. “Do not doubt God. For God is vengeful and will fuck with thou.”
    -Matthew 5:17

  9. Yea... says:

    @lazyCrab

    That wasn’t a cigar…

  10. Johnny Cache says:

    I don’t think that was quite how the movie “Evan Almighty” went….

    • andarb says:

      At least it wasn’t “Smite me! O Mighty Smiter!”

      Bruce was pretty funny, but the whole second Noah one was excessive.

  11. CompleteFreak says:

    If this happened in real life I would’ve got squashed long ago XD.

  12. Pth says:

    lmao! though i think it would have been funnier without the third panel

  13. Nick says:

    I wanted Morgan Freeman :(

  14. Sir T-nawtical says:

    Now if only he did this to the people posting on reddit/r/atheism, then the world would be a much nicer place… ^_^ Those guys really give a bad name to atheists.

    • Shyanmar says:

      Nah, people will always give a bad name to atheists. A german bishop last year even said unbelievers can’t be human.

  15. SPINE says:

    Icecream might be the best part.

  16. Evan says:

    my name is evan…

  17. Tony McGurk says:

    I never did believe in Evan anyway

  18. Tsapki says:

    “But..my…-cough cough-…name is…Paul….”

  19. Symbolampersand says:

    I wish that would happen to me.

  20. denis_73 says:

    Комикс и реальность:

    http://lumbricus.livejournal.com/2264681.html

  21. Nalliah Thayabharan says:

    Imagination and projection and hallucination and illusion — they are all parts of the mind. Mind is the world — and going beyond the mind is the beginning of God.
    People are fast asleep. Somebody is asleep as a Catholic, and somebody is asleep as a Hindu. That doesn’t matter — sleep is sleep.If a Catholic, a Hindu and a Muslim get too drunk, will there be any distinction, differentiation between their drunkenness The Catholic will behave as foolishly as the Hindu; and the Hindu will behave as stupidly as the Muslim. Once they are drunk, they are drunk. And people are asleep. It makes no difference what kind of theology you have used as a pillow for your sleep. Whether the pillow is blue or pink or white or red does not matter. Once you fall asleep, you fall asleep; the pillow becomes immaterial. Whether you are sleeping on the New Testament, on the Bhagavad Gita, on the Qur’an does not make any difference; you are using a pillow. Somebody is using the New Testament as the pillow, somebody else is using the Qur’an as the pillow. And you are snoring over your scriptures. And Jesus and Krishna and Allah remain strangers

    Theology begins with a belief, with faith. And philosophy begins with doubt, logic, reason. Philosophy is thinking; theology is believing without thinking. No religion allows thinking, so no religion has a philosophy: they all have theologies.
    Christianity does not have any philosophy, it has a theology. It says “believe” — believe in the savior, believe in Jesus Christ, believe that he is the only begotten son of God, believe in God, believe in the trinity. But it is always “believe,” and believing makes a man a hypocrite, because deep down you know that belief cannot become a truth. Deep down you know that this is only a belief; you have not experienced it. There is no base for it, it is baseless: a single doubt and the whole edifice will be shattered on the ground.

    Now, a Christian believes that Jesus is born of a virgin mother. Can you think about it? If you think, doubt will be needed. You can only believe, and in believing… you know perfectly well that it is unnatural, it cannot happen.

    Christianity says that Jesus was resurrected after his death. You have to believe it because there is no proof, no evidence. In the contemporary literature of Jesus Christ’s life, even the name of Jesus is not mentioned. Do you think a phenomenon like a man getting crucified, getting resurrected, would go unnoticed? that a man who brings dead people to life would not be reported anywhere? that a man who walks on water…?

    Do you think this man would have been crucified? He would have been hailed as the messiah by the Jews themselves, because what more do you want? — none of your other prophets have done anything of this kind. But there is not even a mention that there was such a person as Jesus Christ. And he did not have a big following.
    If you think, you cannot believe in these things. If you think about God, you cannot believe. So Christianity has no philosophy. No religion can afford to be philosophical; it can only remain theological.

    All the organized religions care basically depriving humanity of religion because they are misdirecting you. They are always directing you outwards — their God is far away in the sky. And when you pray, folding your hands towards the sky, you don’t realize that there is nobody to hear you.

    In fact, the one who is praying, the one who is alive in you, the one who is breathing in you, is the God.

    You have just to discover it.

    • hitchens says:

      A fabulous essay totally true. I certainly wish I could have said that. The only gods and devils are brought about by our need to blame something other than ourselves for our terrible natures , and need something to forgive us, And need a life after this.

  22. Jonah says:

    So if u are right and there is no heaven or god then when u die then that’s it game over nothing is going to happen but let’s just say you are wrong and there is a god and a heaven and hell. Then when you die you know where you will be. So it’s really a no lose situation. Heaven is also suppose to be a place that only the few deserving will go. If god came to earth and said hey everyone I’m real look! Then everyone would believe. A person has to earn their way to heaven. Cause only faith and belief will get u there. I will pray for u two. God bless!

    • Jonah, you have framed the argument as though Christian afterlife and non-afterlife are the only two possibilities, but I think there are more possibilities. What if there is a heaven, but the God you worship doesn’t therein preside. Then you’ll be in hell just like me, but probably have it worse because most religions make blasphemy, or worshipping the wrong god, a punishable offence. There have been 1000’s of gods since the dawn of time, reducing the probability of you having the “right god” you assumed you had in your initial argument. And what if there is an afterlife and atheists are rewarded into heaven, and those religious into hell? If we are to take into account the probability of all afterlives, then this is just as probable as the Christian one. Also, Christianity is based on faith, and here you seem to be falling back less on your faith and more on your logic skills, and a fear of hell. Also, I like to sleep in Sunday mornings so I guess I’m willing to wage them against eternal damnation. *shrug*

  23. Bart says:

    hi guys i saw this comic a while back and then i saw the triptank episode with this as a sketch

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YXjkyI-LbgI
    (first one (duh))

    how is this? does one of you guys animate for triptank did they blatently rip you off? did you rip them off? so many questions so little awnsers

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