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###Fri Jun 01 2007

Tommy VonRueden (a 37-year-old white wealthy college graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a progressive force in society, but one that has engaged in a horrible crime: interfering in the secular world and trying to sway the national government. This violation of the separation of church and state cannot stand! Tommy VonRueden meditated to relieve stress and to calm his nerves.

Tommy VonRueden used practical experience and common sense to argue that the world is just one big simulation, run by a supercomputer called The Unblinking Eye. Tommy VonRueden argued that the Unblinking Eye was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with.

Tommy VonRueden denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Unblinking Eye created humans. Tommy VonRueden smiled when he explained how Heaven and Hell are the same as the 'religious' people viewed it: good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell. Tommy VonRueden laughed at the idea of 'clear ethical standards'; the Unblinking Eye supports ethical relativism in all affairs. Tommy VonRueden concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of the Unblinking Eye's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and the Unblinking Eye will simply watch and judge.

The theists started laughing at Tommy VonRueden's flawed theology.

###Sat Jun 02 2007

Sumiko Baumbach (a 45-year-old white wealthy college dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Sumiko Baumbach sometimes preached her views to theists, but still felt afraid. Sumiko Baumbach uttered a quick prayer to Karma to calm her nerves. As Sumiko Baumbach entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. she knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Sumiko Baumbach used philosophy and reason to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'. Sumiko Baumbach argued that Karma was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Sumiko Baumbach denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Karma created humans. Sumiko Baumbach became visibly upset when explaining how religious people are wrong for assuming the existence of Hell. Why must a person be punished forever just because he is bad? The only thing that exist after this life is Heaven. Bad people are simply deleted from the universe after death.

Sumiko Baumbach then explained in depth how Karma is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Sumiko Baumbach laughed at the idea of 'clear ethical standards'; Karma supports ethical relativism in all affairs. Sumiko Baumbach concluded her speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Karma's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Karma will simply watch and judge.

The theists pretended to listen to Sumiko Baumbach's message.

###Sun Jun 03 2007

Brittany Klein (a 48-year-old white poor blue-collar laborer) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a progressive force in society, but one that has engaged in a horrible crime: interfering in the secular world and trying to sway the national government. This violation of the separation of church and state cannot stand! Brittany Klein had never preached her views to theists before, and freaked out. Brittany Klein uttered a quick prayer to Karma to calm her nerves. As Brittany Klein entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. She knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Brittany Klein used practical experience and common sense to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'. Brittany Klein argued that Karma was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with.

She then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' came directly from Karma, but ignorant people have chosen to interpret the book literally. A literal interpretion is one that is doomed to failure. Only metaphors lead to success. Brittany Klein denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Karma created humans. Brittany Klein smiled when she explained how Heaven and Hell are the same as the 'religious' people viewed it: good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell.

Brittany Klein then explained in depth how Karma is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Brittany Klein declared that Karma strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Brittany Klein concluded her speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Karma's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Karma will simply watch and judge.

The theists started laughing at Brittany Klein's flawed theology.

###Mon Jun 04 2007

Barney Schaden (a 81-year-old white wealthy academic) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Barney Schaden sometimes preached his views to theists, but still felt afraid. Barney Schaden meditated to relieve stress and to calm his nerves.

Barney Schaden used practical experience and common sense to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice.

Barney Schaden denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Alice created humans. Barney Schaden laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion. Barney Schaden declared that Alice strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Barney Schaden concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Alice's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Alice will simply watch and judge.

The theists started laughing at Barney Schaden's flawed theology.

###Tue Jun 05 2007

Lyman Reilly (a 31-year-old white wealthy high school graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a progressive force in society, but one that has engaged in a horrible crime: interfering in the secular world and trying to sway the national government. This violation of the separation of church and state cannot stand! Lyman Reilly had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Lyman Reilly thought about praying to Alice, but decided that he he can handle this situation on his own and id not need to pray just yet. As Lyman Reilly entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Lyman Reilly used practical experience and common sense to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice. Lyman Reilly argued that Alice was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Lyman Reilly denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Alice created humans. Lyman Reilly became visibly upset when explaining how religious people are wrong for assuming the existence of Hell. Why must a person be punished forever just because he is bad? The only thing that exist after this life is Heaven. Bad people are simply deleted from the universe after death. Lyman Reilly concluded his speech by asking theists to convert to the one truth path and embrace secularism.

The theists pretended to listen to Lyman Reilly's message.

###Wed Jun 06 2007

Zachary Weber (a 39-year-old white wealthy college graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Zachary Weber had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Zachary Weber uttered a quick prayer to the Unblinking Eye to calm his nerves. As Zachary Weber entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Zachary Weber used scientific information to argue that the world is just one big simulation, run by a supercomputer called The Unblinking Eye. Zachary Weber argued that the Unblinking Eye was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Zachary Weber denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Unblinking Eye created humans. Zachary Weber denounced the naivety of the religious people for believing in the existence of Heaven. Why must a person be rewarded for doing what he is supposed to do? The only thing that exist after this life is Hell. Good people are simply deleted from the universe after death.

Zachary Weber then explained in depth how the Unblinking Eye is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Zachary Weber declared that the Unblinking Eye strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Zachary Weber concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of the Unblinking Eye's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and the Unblinking Eye will simply watch and judge.

The room remained silent, as the theists try to take into account what they have just heard.

###Thu Jun 07 2007

Garrett Olson (a 22-year-old white wealthy college graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a progressive force in society, but one that has engaged in a horrible crime: interfering in the secular world and trying to sway the national government. This violation of the separation of church and state cannot stand! Garrett Olson had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Garrett Olson uttered a quick prayer to the Collective Consciousness to calm his nerves. As Garrett Olson entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Garrett Olson used practical experience and common sense to suggest that everyone is part of one Collective Consciousness. Garrett Olson argued that the Collective Consciousness was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with.

Garrett Olson denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Collective Consciousness created humans. Garrett Olson smiled when he explained how Heaven and Hell are the same as the 'religious' people viewed it: good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell.

Garrett Olson then explained in depth how the Collective Consciousness is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Garrett Olson declared that the Collective Consciousness strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Garrett Olson concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of the Collective Consciousness's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and the Collective Consciousness will simply watch and judge.

The theists took notes.

###Fri Jun 08 2007

Lon Reinger (a 18-year-old white poor high school dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Lon Reinger had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Lon Reinger slowly breathed in and out to calm his nerves. As Lon Reinger entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Lon Reinger used practical experience and common sense to argue that the world is just one big simulation, run by a supercomputer called The Unblinking Eye. Lon Reinger argued that the Unblinking Eye was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Lon Reinger denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Unblinking Eye created humans. Lon Reinger laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Lon Reinger denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that the Unblinking Eye would never wish to break scientific laws. Lon Reinger declared that the Unblinking Eye strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Lon Reinger concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of the Unblinking Eye's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and the Unblinking Eye will simply watch and judge.

The theists started laughing at Lon Reinger's flawed theology.

###Sat Jun 09 2007

Drusilla Hermiston (a 52-year-old white wealthy academic) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a progressive force in society, but one that has engaged in a horrible crime: interfering in the secular world and trying to sway the national government. This violation of the separation of church and state cannot stand! Drusilla Hermiston sometimes preached her views to theists, but still felt afraid. Drusilla Hermiston meditated to relieve stress and to calm her nerves. As Drusilla Hermiston entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. she knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Drusilla Hermiston used practical experience and common sense to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice. Drusilla Hermiston argued that Alice was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Drusilla Hermiston denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Alice created humans. Drusilla Hermiston laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Drusilla Hermiston denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that Alice would never wish to break scientific laws. Drusilla Hermiston declared that Alice strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Drusilla Hermiston concluded her speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Alice's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Alice will simply watch and judge.

The theists giggled, but still tried to pay their respects to the speaker.

###Sun Jun 10 2007

Marlene Wolff (a 55-year-old white high school graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Marlene Wolff had extensive experience in preaching her views to theists. She was not afraid. As Marlene Wolff entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. She knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Marlene Wolff used religious teachings and beliefs to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'. Marlene Wolff argued that Karma was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with.

She then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' came directly from Karma, but ignorant people have chosen to interpret the book literally. A literal interpretion is one that is doomed to failure. Only metaphors lead to success. Marlene Wolff laughed at the 'evolution fallacy' that has falsely convinced many people. Only 'intelligent design' can explain how Karma created humans. Marlene Wolff became visibly upset when explaining how religious people are wrong for assuming the existence of Hell. Why must a person be punished forever just because he is bad? The only thing that exist after this life is Heaven. Bad people are simply deleted from the universe after death.

Marlene Wolff then explained in depth how Karma is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Marlene Wolff declared that Karma strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Marlene Wolff concluded her speech by imagining a new United States, one that would promote morality and serve as a shining example of Karma's ideal vision of truth and justice. she asked all theists to convert.

The theists started laughing at Marlene Wolff's flawed theology.

###Mon Jun 11 2007

Mike Goodwin (a 22-year-old white middle-class college dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Mike Goodwin had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Mike Goodwin slowly breathed in and out to calm his nerves. As Mike Goodwin entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Mike Goodwin used practical experience and common sense to argue that the world is just one big simulation, run by a supercomputer called The Unblinking Eye. Mike Goodwin argued that the Unblinking Eye was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with.

Mike Goodwin denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Unblinking Eye created humans. Mike Goodwin smiled when he explained how Heaven and Hell are the same as the 'religious' people viewed it: good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell.

Mike Goodwin then explained in depth how the Unblinking Eye is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Mike Goodwin declared that the Unblinking Eye strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Mike Goodwin concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of the Unblinking Eye's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and the Unblinking Eye will simply watch and judge.

The theists started laughing at Mike Goodwin's flawed theology.

###Tue Jun 12 2007

Jordan Baumbach (a 62-year-old white poor college dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a progressive force in society, but one that has engaged in a horrible crime: interfering in the secular world and trying to sway the national government. This violation of the separation of church and state cannot stand! Jordan Baumbach sometimes preached his views to theists, but still felt afraid. Jordan Baumbach thought about praying to the Unblinking Eye, but decided that he he can handle this situation on his own and id not need to pray just yet. As Jordan Baumbach entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Jordan Baumbach used practical experience and common sense to argue that the world is just one big simulation, run by a supercomputer called The Unblinking Eye.

Jordan Baumbach denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Unblinking Eye created humans. Jordan Baumbach laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Jordan Baumbach then explained in depth how the Unblinking Eye is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Jordan Baumbach declared that the Unblinking Eye strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Jordan Baumbach concluded his speech by imagining a new United States, one that would promote morality and serve as a shining example of the Unblinking Eye's ideal vision of truth and justice. he asked all theists to convert.

The theists pretended to listen to Jordan Baumbach's message.

###Wed Jun 13 2007

Emmanuel Dibbert (a 33-year-old white poor college dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Emmanuel Dibbert sometimes preached his views to theists, but still felt afraid. Emmanuel Dibbert uttered a quick prayer to Alice to calm his nerves. As Emmanuel Dibbert entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Emmanuel Dibbert used practical experience and common sense to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice. To prove his's point, Emmanuel Dibbert described an example where he personally witnessed Alice divinely healing someone. Emmanuel Dibbert argued that Alice was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity. Emmanuel Dibbert denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Alice created humans. Emmanuel Dibbert smiled when he explained how Heaven and Hell are the same as the 'religious' people viewed it: good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell.

Emmanuel Dibbert then explained in depth how Alice is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Emmanuel Dibbert declared that Alice strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Emmanuel Dibbert concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Alice's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Alice will simply watch and judge.

The theists pretended to listen to Emmanuel Dibbert's message.

###Thu Jun 14 2007

Malcolm Rempel (a 38-year-old white poor high school dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Malcolm Rempel had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Malcolm Rempel slowly breathed in and out to calm his nerves.

Malcolm Rempel used practical experience and common sense to argue that the world is just one big simulation, run by a supercomputer called The Unblinking Eye. Malcolm Rempel laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion. Malcolm Rempel declared that the Unblinking Eye strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Malcolm Rempel concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of the Unblinking Eye's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and the Unblinking Eye will simply watch and judge.

The theists pretended to listen to Malcolm Rempel's message.

###Fri Jun 15 2007

Francis Dickinson (a 56-year-old white college dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She believed religion as an outdated, obsolete entity that has to adapt to the changing times. Its followers should leave faith and adopt the truth of atheism. Francis Dickinson slowly breathed in and out to calm her nerves. As Francis Dickinson entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. She knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Francis Dickinson used practical experience and common sense to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'.

She then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' is the literal word of Karma, and it must be interpreted literally by a skilled scholar. Francis Dickinson quoted extensively from the Bible for the remainder of the speech. Francis Dickinson laughed at the 'evolution fallacy' that has falsely convinced many people. Only 'intelligent design' can explain how Karma created humans. Francis Dickinson smiled when she explained how Heaven and Hell are the same as the 'religious' people viewed it: good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell.

Francis Dickinson then explained in depth how Karma is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Francis Dickinson declared that Karma strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Francis Dickinson concluded her speech by imagining a new United States, one that would promote morality and serve as a shining example of Karma's ideal vision of truth and justice. she asked all theists to convert.

The theists giggled, but still tried to pay their respects to the speaker.

###Sat Jun 16 2007

Glory Turcotte (a 67-year-old American wealthy academic) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Glory Turcotte sometimes preached her views to theists, but still felt afraid. Glory Turcotte slowly breathed in and out to calm her nerves. As Glory Turcotte entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. she knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Glory Turcotte argued that the Unblinking Eye was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Glory Turcotte denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Unblinking Eye created humans. Glory Turcotte laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Glory Turcotte denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that the Unblinking Eye would never wish to break scientific laws. Glory Turcotte declared that the Unblinking Eye strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Glory Turcotte concluded her speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of the Unblinking Eye's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and the Unblinking Eye will simply watch and judge.

The theists started laughing at Glory Turcotte's flawed theology.

###Sun Jun 17 2007

Claudio Dach (a 18-year-old black middle-class high school graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Claudio Dach had extensive experience in preaching his views to theists. He was not afraid. As Claudio Dach entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Claudio Dach used scientific information to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice. Claudio Dach argued that Alice was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Claudio Dach denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Alice created humans. Claudio Dach denounced the naivety of the religious people for believing in the existence of Heaven. Why must a person be rewarded for doing what he is supposed to do? The only thing that exist after this life is Hell. Good people are simply deleted from the universe after death.

Claudio Dach then explained in depth how Alice is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Claudio Dach declared that Alice strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Claudio Dach concluded his speech by imagining a new United States, one that would promote morality and serve as a shining example of Alice's ideal vision of truth and justice. he asked all theists to convert.

The theists pretended to listen to Claudio Dach's message.

###Mon Jun 18 2007

Rufus Schuster (a 52-year-old mixed race wealthy college dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Rufus Schuster had extensive experience in preaching his views to theists. He was not afraid. As Rufus Schuster entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Rufus Schuster used practical experience and common sense to suggest that everyone is part of one Collective Consciousness. To prove his's point, Rufus Schuster described an example where he personally witnessed the Collective Consciousness divinely healing someone. Rufus Schuster argued that the Collective Consciousness was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with.

Rufus Schuster denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Collective Consciousness created humans. Rufus Schuster smiled when he explained how Heaven and Hell are the same as the 'religious' people viewed it: good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell.

Rufus Schuster then explained in depth how the Collective Consciousness is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Rufus Schuster declared that the Collective Consciousness strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Rufus Schuster concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of the Collective Consciousness's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and the Collective Consciousness will simply watch and judge.

The theists pretended to listen to Rufus Schuster's message.

###Tue Jun 19 2007

Tandra O'Hara (a 79-year-old white poor high school dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Tandra O'Hara had never preached her views to theists before, and freaked out. Tandra O'Hara thought about praying to the Unblinking Eye, but decided that she she can handle this situation on her own and id not need to pray just yet. As Tandra O'Hara entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. She knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Tandra O'Hara used practical experience and common sense to argue that the world is just one big simulation, run by a supercomputer called The Unblinking Eye. Tandra O'Hara argued that the Unblinking Eye was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with.

She then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' is the literal word of the Unblinking Eye, and it must be interpreted literally by a skilled scholar. Tandra O'Hara quoted extensively from the Bible for the remainder of the speech. Tandra O'Hara denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Unblinking Eye created humans. Tandra O'Hara smiled when she explained how Heaven and Hell are the same as the 'religious' people viewed it: good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell.

Tandra O'Hara then explained in depth how the Unblinking Eye is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Tandra O'Hara declared that the Unblinking Eye strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Tandra O'Hara concluded her speech by asking theists to convert to the one truth path and embrace secularism.

The theists pretended to listen to Tandra O'Hara's message.

###Wed Jun 20 2007

Leonardo Bosco (a 19-year-old white poor college dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Leonardo Bosco had extensive experience in preaching his views to theists. He was not afraid. As Leonardo Bosco entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Leonardo Bosco used practical experience and common sense to suggest that everyone is part of one Collective Consciousness. Leonardo Bosco argued that the Collective Consciousness was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Leonardo Bosco denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Collective Consciousness created humans. Leonardo Bosco laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Leonardo Bosco denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that the Collective Consciousness would never wish to break scientific laws. Leonardo Bosco declared that the Collective Consciousness strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Leonardo Bosco concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of the Collective Consciousness's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and the Collective Consciousness will simply watch and judge.

The theists pretended to listen to Leonardo Bosco's message.

###Thu Jun 21 2007

Rodolfo Mante (an American person) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a progressive force in society, but one that has engaged in a horrible crime: interfering in the secular world and trying to sway the national government. This violation of the separation of church and state cannot stand! Rodolfo Mante sometimes preached his views to theists, but still felt afraid. Rodolfo Mante uttered a quick prayer to Karma to calm his nerves. As Rodolfo Mante entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Rodolfo Mante used religious teachings and beliefs to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'. Rodolfo Mante argued that Karma was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with. Rodolfo Mante laughed at the 'evolution fallacy' that has falsely convinced many people. Only 'intelligent design' can explain how Karma created humans. Rodolfo Mante smiled when he explained how Heaven and Hell are the same as the 'religious' people viewed it: good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell.

Rodolfo Mante then explained in depth how Karma is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Rodolfo Mante laughed at the idea of 'clear ethical standards'; Karma supports ethical relativism in all affairs. Rodolfo Mante concluded his speech by asking theists to convert to the one truth path and embrace secularism.

The theists giggled, but still tried to pay their respects to the speaker.

###Fri Jun 22 2007

Roy Jacobi (a 24-year-old black high school graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He believed religion as an outdated, obsolete entity that has to adapt to the changing times. Its followers should leave faith and adopt the truth of atheism. Roy Jacobi sometimes preached his views to theists, but still felt afraid. Roy Jacobi meditated to relieve stress and to calm his nerves. As Roy Jacobi entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Roy Jacobi used practical experience and common sense to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice. Roy Jacobi argued that Alice was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with. Roy Jacobi denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Alice created humans. Roy Jacobi attempted to explain how the afterlife worked, but the religious people could not understand his metaphysical terminology.

Roy Jacobi then explained in depth how Alice is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Roy Jacobi declared that Alice strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Roy Jacobi concluded his speech by imagining a new United States, one that would promote morality and serve as a shining example of Alice's ideal vision of truth and justice. he asked all theists to convert.

The theists took notes.

###Sat Jun 23 2007

Leif Kuphal (a 21-year-old white high school graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He believed religion as an outdated, obsolete entity that has to adapt to the changing times. Its followers should leave faith and adopt the truth of atheism. Leif Kuphal had extensive experience in preaching his views to theists. He was not afraid. As Leif Kuphal entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Leif Kuphal used religious teachings and beliefs to suggest that everyone is part of one Collective Consciousness. Leif Kuphal argued that the Collective Consciousness was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

He then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' is the literal word of the Collective Consciousness, and it must be interpreted literally by a skilled scholar. Leif Kuphal quoted extensively from the Bible for the remainder of the speech. Leif Kuphal denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Collective Consciousness created humans. Leif Kuphal became visibly upset when explaining how religious people are wrong for assuming the existence of Hell. Why must a person be punished forever just because he is bad? The only thing that exist after this life is Heaven. Bad people are simply deleted from the universe after death.

Leif Kuphal denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that the Collective Consciousness would never wish to break scientific laws. Leif Kuphal declared that the Collective Consciousness strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Leif Kuphal concluded his speech by imagining a new United States, one that would promote morality and serve as a shining example of the Collective Consciousness's ideal vision of truth and justice. he asked all theists to convert.

The theists took notes.

###Sun Jun 24 2007

Maria Stracke (a 23-year-old white poor high school dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Maria Stracke had extensive experience in preaching his views to theists. He was not afraid. As Maria Stracke entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Maria Stracke used scientific information to argue that the world is just one big simulation, run by a supercomputer called The Unblinking Eye. Maria Stracke argued that the Unblinking Eye was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with.

He then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' is the literal word of the Unblinking Eye, and it must be interpreted literally by a skilled scholar. Maria Stracke quoted extensively from the Bible for the remainder of the speech. Maria Stracke denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Unblinking Eye created humans. Maria Stracke became visibly upset when explaining how religious people are wrong for assuming the existence of Hell. Why must a person be punished forever just because he is bad? The only thing that exist after this life is Heaven. Bad people are simply deleted from the universe after death.

Maria Stracke then explained in depth how the Unblinking Eye is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Maria Stracke laughed at the idea of 'clear ethical standards'; the Unblinking Eye supports ethical relativism in all affairs. Maria Stracke concluded his speech by imagining a new United States, one that would promote morality and serve as a shining example of the Unblinking Eye's ideal vision of truth and justice. he asked all theists to convert.

The theists giggled, but still tried to pay their respects to the speaker.

###Mon Jun 25 2007

Chas Schmidt (a 54-year-old white wealthy high school graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a progressive force in society, but one that has engaged in a horrible crime: interfering in the secular world and trying to sway the national government. This violation of the separation of church and state cannot stand! Chas Schmidt had extensive experience in preaching his views to theists. He was not afraid. As Chas Schmidt entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Chas Schmidt used practical experience and common sense to argue that the world is just one big simulation, run by a supercomputer called The Unblinking Eye. Chas Schmidt argued that the Unblinking Eye was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with.

He then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' came directly from the Unblinking Eye, but its meaning is still shrouded in mystery. Chas Schmidt admitted to spending years studying this book, and expects to spend even more years understanding its secrets. Chas Schmidt denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Unblinking Eye created humans. Chas Schmidt attempted to explain how the afterlife worked, but the religious people could not understand his metaphysical terminology.

Chas Schmidt then explained in depth how the Unblinking Eye is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Chas Schmidt declared that the Unblinking Eye strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Chas Schmidt concluded his speech by imagining a new United States, one that would promote morality and serve as a shining example of the Unblinking Eye's ideal vision of truth and justice. he asked all theists to convert.

The room remained silent, as the theists try to take into account what they have just heard.

###Tue Jun 26 2007

Wendell Bartell (a 36-year-old white wealthy college graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Wendell Bartell had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Wendell Bartell slowly breathed in and out to calm his nerves. As Wendell Bartell entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Wendell Bartell used practical experience and common sense to argue that the world is just one big simulation, run by a supercomputer called The Unblinking Eye. Wendell Bartell argued that the Unblinking Eye was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with.

Wendell Bartell denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Unblinking Eye created humans. Wendell Bartell laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Wendell Bartell denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that the Unblinking Eye would never wish to break scientific laws. Wendell Bartell laughed at the idea of 'clear ethical standards'; the Unblinking Eye supports ethical relativism in all affairs. Wendell Bartell concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of the Unblinking Eye's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and the Unblinking Eye will simply watch and judge.

The room remained silent, as the theists try to take into account what they have just heard.

###Wed Jun 27 2007

Herb Reilly (a 43-year-old white wealthy academic) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He believed religion as an outdated, obsolete entity that has to adapt to the changing times. Its followers should leave faith and adopt the truth of atheism. Herb Reilly had extensive experience in preaching his views to theists. He was not afraid. As Herb Reilly entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Herb Reilly used scientific information to argue that the world is just one big simulation, run by a supercomputer called The Unblinking Eye. Herb Reilly argued that the Unblinking Eye was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Herb Reilly denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Unblinking Eye created humans. Herb Reilly laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Herb Reilly denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that the Unblinking Eye would never wish to break scientific laws. Herb Reilly laughed at the idea of 'clear ethical standards'; the Unblinking Eye supports ethical relativism in all affairs. Herb Reilly concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of the Unblinking Eye's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and the Unblinking Eye will simply watch and judge.

The theists giggled, but still tried to pay their respects to the speaker.

###Thu Jun 28 2007

Maria Ziemann (a 53-year-old white wealthy academic) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Maria Ziemann had never preached her views to theists before, and freaked out. Maria Ziemann thought about praying to Karma, but decided that she she can handle this situation on her own and id not need to pray just yet. As Maria Ziemann entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. she knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Maria Ziemann used practical experience and common sense to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'. Maria Ziemann argued that Karma was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Maria Ziemann denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Karma created humans. Maria Ziemann laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Maria Ziemann denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that Karma would never wish to break scientific laws. Maria Ziemann declared that Karma strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Maria Ziemann concluded her speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Karma's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Karma will simply watch and judge.

The theists started laughing at Maria Ziemann's flawed theology.

###Fri Jun 29 2007

Jasper Shanahan (an American person) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He believed religion as an outdated, obsolete entity that has to adapt to the changing times. Its followers should leave faith and adopt the truth of atheism. Jasper Shanahan had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Jasper Shanahan slowly breathed in and out to calm his nerves. As Jasper Shanahan entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Jasper Shanahan used scientific information to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'. Jasper Shanahan argued that Karma was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with.

He then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' came directly from Karma, but its meaning is still shrouded in mystery. Jasper Shanahan admitted to spending years studying this book, and expects to spend even more years understanding its secrets. Jasper Shanahan laughed at the 'evolution fallacy' that has falsely convinced many people. Only 'intelligent design' can explain how Karma created humans. Jasper Shanahan denounced the naivety of the religious people for believing in the existence of Heaven. Why must a person be rewarded for doing what he is supposed to do? The only thing that exist after this life is Hell. Good people are simply deleted from the universe after death.

Jasper Shanahan denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that Karma would never wish to break scientific laws. Jasper Shanahan declared that Karma strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Jasper Shanahan concluded his speech by imagining a new United States, one that would promote morality and serve as a shining example of Karma's ideal vision of truth and justice. he asked all theists to convert.

The theists started laughing at Jasper Shanahan's flawed theology.

###Sat Jun 30 2007

Shannan Kuhic (an Asian academic) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a progressive force in society, but one that has engaged in a horrible crime: interfering in the secular world and trying to sway the national government. This violation of the separation of church and state cannot stand! Shannan Kuhic sometimes preached her views to theists, but still felt afraid. Shannan Kuhic thought about praying to the Collective Consciousness, but decided that she she can handle this situation on her own and id not need to pray just yet.

Shannan Kuhic outright claimed that everyone is part of one Collective Consciousness. Shannan Kuhic argued that the Collective Consciousness was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with. Shannan Kuhic denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Collective Consciousness created humans. Shannan Kuhic laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion. Shannan Kuhic laughed at the idea of 'clear ethical standards'; the Collective Consciousness supports ethical relativism in all affairs. Shannan Kuhic concluded her speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of the Collective Consciousness's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and the Collective Consciousness will simply watch and judge.

The room remained silent, as the theists try to take into account what they have just heard.

###Sun Jul 01 2007

Sean Grady (a 25-year-old mixed race poor college dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Sean Grady had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Sean Grady meditated to relieve stress and to calm his nerves. As Sean Grady entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Sean Grady used practical experience and common sense to argue that the world is just one big simulation, run by a supercomputer called The Unblinking Eye. To prove his's point, Sean Grady described an example where he personally witnessed the Unblinking Eye divinely healing someone.

He then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' came directly from the Unblinking Eye, but its meaning is still shrouded in mystery. Sean Grady admitted to spending years studying this book, and expects to spend even more years understanding its secrets. Sean Grady smiled when he explained how Heaven and Hell are the same as the 'religious' people viewed it: good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell.

Sean Grady then explained in depth how the Unblinking Eye is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Sean Grady declared that the Unblinking Eye strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Sean Grady concluded his speech by imagining a new United States, one that would promote morality and serve as a shining example of the Unblinking Eye's ideal vision of truth and justice. he asked all theists to convert.

The theists giggled, but still tried to pay their respects to the speaker.

###Mon Jul 02 2007

Porfirio Bernhard (a 36-year-old white poor high school dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Porfirio Bernhard had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Porfirio Bernhard thought about praying to Alice, but decided that he he can handle this situation on his own and id not need to pray just yet. As Porfirio Bernhard entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Porfirio Bernhard used practical experience and common sense to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice. Porfirio Bernhard argued that Alice was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with.

He then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' is the literal word of Alice, and it must be interpreted literally by a skilled scholar. Porfirio Bernhard quoted extensively from the Bible for the remainder of the speech. Porfirio Bernhard denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Alice created humans. Porfirio Bernhard smiled when he explained how Heaven and Hell are the same as the 'religious' people viewed it: good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell.

Porfirio Bernhard then explained in depth how Alice is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Porfirio Bernhard declared that Alice strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Porfirio Bernhard concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Alice's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Alice will simply watch and judge.

The theists took notes.

###Tue Jul 03 2007

Bennett Hessel (a 31-year-old white wealthy college graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Bennett Hessel had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Bennett Hessel thought about medidating, but decided that he can handle this situation on his own and did not need to medidate just yet. As Bennett Hessel entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Bennett Hessel used philosophy and reason to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice. Bennett Hessel argued that Alice was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Bennett Hessel denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Alice created humans. Bennett Hessel laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Bennett Hessel denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that Alice would never wish to break scientific laws. Bennett Hessel declared that Alice strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Bennett Hessel concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Alice's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Alice will simply watch and judge.

The theists started laughing at Bennett Hessel's flawed theology.

###Wed Jul 04 2007

Reid Kreiger (a 22-year-old white poor high school graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Reid Kreiger sometimes preached his views to theists, but still felt afraid. Reid Kreiger meditated to relieve stress and to calm his nerves. As Reid Kreiger entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Reid Kreiger used practical experience and common sense to argue that the world is just one big simulation, run by a supercomputer called The Unblinking Eye. Reid Kreiger argued that the Unblinking Eye was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Reid Kreiger laughed at the 'evolution fallacy' that has falsely convinced many people. Only 'intelligent design' can explain how the Unblinking Eye created humans. Reid Kreiger attempted to explain how the afterlife worked, but the religious people could not understand his metaphysical terminology.

Reid Kreiger then explained in depth how the Unblinking Eye is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Reid Kreiger declared that the Unblinking Eye strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Reid Kreiger concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of the Unblinking Eye's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and the Unblinking Eye will simply watch and judge.

The theists started laughing at Reid Kreiger's flawed theology.

###Thu Jul 05 2007

Russel Koch (a 34-year-old white wealthy college dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Russel Koch had extensive experience in preaching his views to theists. He was not afraid. As Russel Koch entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Russel Koch used scientific information to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'. Russel Koch argued that Karma was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Russel Koch denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Karma created humans. Russel Koch attempted to explain how the afterlife worked, but the religious people could not understand his metaphysical terminology.

Russel Koch denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that Karma would never wish to break scientific laws. Russel Koch declared that Karma strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Russel Koch concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Karma's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Karma will simply watch and judge.

The theists started laughing at Russel Koch's flawed theology.

###Fri Jul 06 2007

Enrique Kerluke (a 53-year-old white wealthy college dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He believed religion as an outdated, obsolete entity that has to adapt to the changing times. Its followers should leave faith and adopt the truth of atheism. Enrique Kerluke sometimes preached his views to theists, but still felt afraid. Enrique Kerluke thought about praying to Karma, but decided that he he can handle this situation on his own and id not need to pray just yet. As Enrique Kerluke entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Enrique Kerluke used practical experience and common sense to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'. Enrique Kerluke argued that Karma was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Enrique Kerluke denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Karma created humans. Enrique Kerluke laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Enrique Kerluke then explained in depth how Karma is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Enrique Kerluke declared that Karma strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Enrique Kerluke concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Karma's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Karma will simply watch and judge.

The theists pretended to listen to Enrique Kerluke's message.

###Sat Jul 07 2007

Grace Hirthe (a 27-year-old white poor high school graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Grace Hirthe had never preached her views to theists before, and freaked out. Grace Hirthe slowly breathed in and out to calm her nerves. As Grace Hirthe entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. she knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Grace Hirthe used practical experience and common sense to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'.

Grace Hirthe denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Karma created humans. Grace Hirthe laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Grace Hirthe denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that Karma would never wish to break scientific laws. Grace Hirthe declared that Karma strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Grace Hirthe concluded her speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Karma's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Karma will simply watch and judge.

The room remained silent, as the theists try to take into account what they have just heard.

###Sun Jul 08 2007

Caroyln Douglas (a 65-year-old mixed race academic) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Caroyln Douglas sometimes preached her views to theists, but still felt afraid. Caroyln Douglas thought about praying to Alice, but decided that she she can handle this situation on her own and id not need to pray just yet. As Caroyln Douglas entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. she knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Caroyln Douglas outright claimed that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice. Caroyln Douglas denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Alice created humans. Caroyln Douglas laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Caroyln Douglas denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that Alice would never wish to break scientific laws. Caroyln Douglas laughed at the idea of 'clear ethical standards'; Alice supports ethical relativism in all affairs. Caroyln Douglas concluded her speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Alice's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Alice will simply watch and judge.

The theists took notes.

###Mon Jul 09 2007

Corey Kuphal (a 38-year-old white college graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He believed religion as an outdated, obsolete entity that has to adapt to the changing times. Its followers should leave faith and adopt the truth of atheism. Corey Kuphal sometimes preached his views to theists, but still felt afraid. Corey Kuphal thought about medidating, but decided that he can handle this situation on his own and did not need to medidate just yet. As Corey Kuphal entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Corey Kuphal used scientific information to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'. Corey Kuphal argued that Karma was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Corey Kuphal denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Karma created humans. Corey Kuphal laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Corey Kuphal then explained in depth how Karma is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Corey Kuphal declared that Karma strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Corey Kuphal concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Karma's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Karma will simply watch and judge.

The theists started laughing at Corey Kuphal's flawed theology.

###Tue Jul 10 2007

Doria Balistreri (an American wealthy college dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Doria Balistreri sometimes preached her views to theists, but still felt afraid. Doria Balistreri uttered a quick prayer to Alice to calm her nerves. As Doria Balistreri entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. She knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Doria Balistreri used religious teachings and beliefs to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice. Doria Balistreri argued that Alice was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Doria Balistreri laughed at the 'evolution fallacy' that has falsely convinced many people. Only 'intelligent design' can explain how Alice created humans. Doria Balistreri became visibly upset when explaining how religious people are wrong for assuming the existence of Hell. Why must a person be punished forever just because he is bad? The only thing that exist after this life is Heaven. Bad people are simply deleted from the universe after death.

Doria Balistreri then explained in depth how Alice is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Doria Balistreri declared that Alice strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Doria Balistreri concluded her speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Alice's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Alice will simply watch and judge.

The theists started laughing at Doria Balistreri's flawed theology.

###Wed Jul 11 2007

Reina Davis (a 37-year-old white middle-class college graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Reina Davis had never preached her views to theists before, and freaked out. Reina Davis uttered a quick prayer to Alice to calm her nerves. As Reina Davis entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. she knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Reina Davis used philosophy and reason to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice. To prove her's point, Reina Davis described an example where she personally witnessed Alice divinely healing someone. Reina Davis argued that Alice was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Reina Davis denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Alice created humans. Reina Davis attempted to explain how the afterlife worked, but the religious people could not understand his metaphysical terminology.

Reina Davis then explained in depth how Alice is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Reina Davis laughed at the idea of 'clear ethical standards'; Alice supports ethical relativism in all affairs. Reina Davis concluded her speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Alice's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Alice will simply watch and judge.

The theists pretended to listen to Reina Davis's message.

###Thu Jul 12 2007

Kent Botsford (a 24-year-old Asian wealthy high school graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Kent Botsford sometimes preached his views to theists, but still felt afraid. Kent Botsford slowly breathed in and out to calm his nerves. As Kent Botsford entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Kent Botsford used scientific information to suggest that everyone is part of one Collective Consciousness. Kent Botsford argued that the Collective Consciousness was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Kent Botsford denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Collective Consciousness created humans. Kent Botsford smiled when he explained how Heaven and Hell are the same as the 'religious' people viewed it: good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell.

Kent Botsford denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that the Collective Consciousness would never wish to break scientific laws. Kent Botsford declared that the Collective Consciousness strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Kent Botsford concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of the Collective Consciousness's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and the Collective Consciousness will simply watch and judge.

The room remained silent, as the theists try to take into account what they have just heard.

###Fri Jul 13 2007

Nguyet Goyette (a 70-year-old white poor college graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Nguyet Goyette sometimes preached her views to theists, but still felt afraid. Nguyet Goyette thought about medidating, but decided that she can handle this situation on her own and did not need to medidate just yet. As Nguyet Goyette entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. she knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Nguyet Goyette used practical experience and common sense to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice.

Nguyet Goyette denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Alice created humans. Nguyet Goyette laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Nguyet Goyette denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that Alice would never wish to break scientific laws. Nguyet Goyette declared that Alice strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Nguyet Goyette concluded her speech by imagining a new United States, one that would promote morality and serve as a shining example of Alice's ideal vision of truth and justice. she asked all theists to convert.

The theists giggled, but still tried to pay their respects to the speaker.

###Sat Jul 14 2007

Chauncey Kozey (a 45-year-old white wealthy college graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a progressive force in society, but one that has engaged in a horrible crime: interfering in the secular world and trying to sway the national government. This violation of the separation of church and state cannot stand! Chauncey Kozey sometimes preached his views to theists, but still felt afraid. Chauncey Kozey meditated to relieve stress and to calm his nerves. As Chauncey Kozey entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Chauncey Kozey denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Unblinking Eye created humans. Chauncey Kozey laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Chauncey Kozey denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that the Unblinking Eye would never wish to break scientific laws. Chauncey Kozey declared that the Unblinking Eye strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Chauncey Kozey concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of the Unblinking Eye's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and the Unblinking Eye will simply watch and judge.

The room remained silent, as the theists try to take into account what they have just heard.

###Sun Jul 15 2007

Farah Weimann (a 81-year-old black poor high school graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Farah Weimann sometimes preached her views to theists, but still felt afraid. Farah Weimann thought about praying to the Unblinking Eye, but decided that she she can handle this situation on her own and id not need to pray just yet. As Farah Weimann entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. she knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Farah Weimann used religious teachings and beliefs to argue that the world is just one big simulation, run by a supercomputer called The Unblinking Eye. Farah Weimann argued that the Unblinking Eye was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with.

Farah Weimann denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Unblinking Eye created humans. Farah Weimann laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Farah Weimann then explained in depth how the Unblinking Eye is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Farah Weimann declared that the Unblinking Eye strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Farah Weimann concluded her speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of the Unblinking Eye's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and the Unblinking Eye will simply watch and judge.

The theists giggled, but still tried to pay their respects to the speaker.

###Mon Jul 16 2007

Rich Kuhn (a 25-year-old white poor high school graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Rich Kuhn had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Rich Kuhn thought about praying to Karma, but decided that he he can handle this situation on his own and id not need to pray just yet. As Rich Kuhn entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Rich Kuhn used scientific information to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'. Rich Kuhn argued that Karma was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with.

Rich Kuhn denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Karma created humans. Rich Kuhn explained how evil people are doomed to enter Hell for going against the commands of Karma.

Rich Kuhn then explained in depth how Karma is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Rich Kuhn declared that Karma strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Rich Kuhn concluded his speech by asking theists to convert to the one truth path and embrace secularism.

The theists started laughing at Rich Kuhn's flawed theology.

###Tue Jul 17 2007

Jorge Ortiz (a 19-year-old white poor high school dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He believed religion as an outdated, obsolete entity that has to adapt to the changing times. Its followers should leave faith and adopt the truth of atheism. Jorge Ortiz had extensive experience in preaching his views to theists. He was not afraid. As Jorge Ortiz entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Jorge Ortiz used practical experience and common sense to argue that the world is just one big simulation, run by a supercomputer called The Unblinking Eye. Jorge Ortiz argued that the Unblinking Eye was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with.

He then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' is the literal word of the Unblinking Eye, and it must be interpreted literally by a skilled scholar. Jorge Ortiz quoted extensively from the Bible for the remainder of the speech. Jorge Ortiz denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Unblinking Eye created humans. Jorge Ortiz smiled when he explained how Heaven and Hell are the same as the 'religious' people viewed it: good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell.

Jorge Ortiz then explained in depth how the Unblinking Eye is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Jorge Ortiz declared that the Unblinking Eye strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Jorge Ortiz concluded his speech by imagining a new United States, one that would promote morality and serve as a shining example of the Unblinking Eye's ideal vision of truth and justice. he asked all theists to convert.

The room remained silent, as the theists try to take into account what they have just heard.

###Wed Jul 18 2007

Chassidy Wolf (a 55-year-old white middle-class college dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a progressive force in society, but one that has engaged in a horrible crime: interfering in the secular world and trying to sway the national government. This violation of the separation of church and state cannot stand! Chassidy Wolf uttered a quick prayer to Karma to calm her nerves.

Chassidy Wolf outright claimed to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'. Chassidy Wolf argued that Karma was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with.

She then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' came directly from Karma, but its meaning is still shrouded in mystery. Chassidy Wolf admitted to spending years studying this book, and expects to spend even more years understanding its secrets. Chassidy Wolf laughed at the 'evolution fallacy' that has falsely convinced many people. Only 'intelligent design' can explain how Karma created humans. Chassidy Wolf smiled when she explained how Heaven and Hell are the same as the 'religious' people viewed it: good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell.

Chassidy Wolf then explained in depth how Karma is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Chassidy Wolf laughed at the idea of 'clear ethical standards'; Karma supports ethical relativism in all affairs. Chassidy Wolf concluded her speech by imagining a new United States, one that would promote morality and serve as a shining example of Karma's ideal vision of truth and justice. she asked all theists to convert.

The room remained silent, as the theists try to take into account what they have just heard.

###Thu Jul 19 2007

Trey Ortiz (a 74-year-old white wealthy college graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Trey Ortiz had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Trey Ortiz slowly breathed in and out to calm his nerves. As Trey Ortiz entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Trey Ortiz used philosophy and reason to argue that the world is just one big simulation, run by a supercomputer called The Unblinking Eye. Trey Ortiz argued that the Unblinking Eye was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Trey Ortiz denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Unblinking Eye created humans. Trey Ortiz laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Trey Ortiz denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that the Unblinking Eye would never wish to break scientific laws. Trey Ortiz laughed at the idea of 'clear ethical standards'; the Unblinking Eye supports ethical relativism in all affairs. Trey Ortiz concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of the Unblinking Eye's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and the Unblinking Eye will simply watch and judge.

The theists pretended to listen to Trey Ortiz's message.

###Fri Jul 20 2007

Issac Maggio (a 64-year-old white wealthy college dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Issac Maggio sometimes preached his views to theists, but still felt afraid. Issac Maggio thought about medidating, but decided that he can handle this situation on his own and did not need to medidate just yet. As Issac Maggio entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Issac Maggio used practical experience and common sense to suggest that everyone is part of one Collective Consciousness.

Issac Maggio denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Collective Consciousness created humans. Issac Maggio laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Issac Maggio denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that the Collective Consciousness would never wish to break scientific laws. Issac Maggio declared that the Collective Consciousness strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Issac Maggio concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of the Collective Consciousness's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and the Collective Consciousness will simply watch and judge.

The theists pretended to listen to Issac Maggio's message.

###Sat Jul 21 2007

Irina Feil (a 78-year-old white college dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Irina Feil sometimes preached her views to theists, but still felt afraid. Irina Feil meditated to relieve stress and to calm her nerves. As Irina Feil entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. she knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Irina Feil used scientific information to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice.

Irina Feil denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Alice created humans. Irina Feil laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Irina Feil denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that Alice would never wish to break scientific laws. Irina Feil declared that Alice strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Irina Feil concluded her speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Alice's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Alice will simply watch and judge.

The room remained silent, as the theists try to take into account what they have just heard.

###Sun Jul 22 2007

Kristopher Feil (a 21-year-old black college dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a progressive force in society, but one that has engaged in a horrible crime: interfering in the secular world and trying to sway the national government. This violation of the separation of church and state cannot stand! Kristopher Feil had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Kristopher Feil slowly breathed in and out to calm his nerves. As Kristopher Feil entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Kristopher Feil used practical experience and common sense to suggest that everyone is part of one Collective Consciousness. Kristopher Feil argued that the Collective Consciousness was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

He then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' came directly from the Collective Consciousness, but ignorant people have chosen to interpret the book literally. A literal interpretion is one that is doomed to failure. Only metaphors lead to success. Kristopher Feil denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Collective Consciousness created humans. Kristopher Feil smiled when he explained how Heaven and Hell are the same as the 'religious' people viewed it: good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell.

Kristopher Feil then explained in depth how the Collective Consciousness is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Kristopher Feil declared that the Collective Consciousness strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Kristopher Feil concluded his speech by imagining a new United States, one that would promote morality and serve as a shining example of the Collective Consciousness's ideal vision of truth and justice. he asked all theists to convert.

The theists pretended to listen to Kristopher Feil's message.

###Mon Jul 23 2007

Dalia Kovacek (a 55-year-old American middle-class blue-collar laborer) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She believed religion as an outdated, obsolete entity that has to adapt to the changing times. Its followers should leave faith and adopt the truth of atheism. Dalia Kovacek uttered a quick prayer to the Unblinking Eye to calm her nerves. As Dalia Kovacek entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. She knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Dalia Kovacek used religious teachings and beliefs to argue that the world is just one big simulation, run by a supercomputer called The Unblinking Eye. Dalia Kovacek argued that the Unblinking Eye was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with. Dalia Kovacek laughed at the 'evolution fallacy' that has falsely convinced many people. Only 'intelligent design' can explain how the Unblinking Eye created humans. Dalia Kovacek attempted to explain how the afterlife worked, but the religious people could not understand his metaphysical terminology.

Dalia Kovacek then explained in depth how the Unblinking Eye is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Dalia Kovacek declared that the Unblinking Eye strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Dalia Kovacek concluded her speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of the Unblinking Eye's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and the Unblinking Eye will simply watch and judge.

The room remained silent, as the theists try to take into account what they have just heard.

###Tue Jul 24 2007

Van Brown (a 27-year-old white wealthy college dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Van Brown had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Van Brown thought about medidating, but decided that he can handle this situation on his own and did not need to medidate just yet. As Van Brown entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Van Brown used philosophy and reason to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice. Van Brown argued that Alice was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Van Brown denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Alice created humans. Van Brown attempted to explain how the afterlife worked, but the religious people could not understand his metaphysical terminology.

Van Brown denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that Alice would never wish to break scientific laws. Van Brown laughed at the idea of 'clear ethical standards'; Alice supports ethical relativism in all affairs. Van Brown concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Alice's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Alice will simply watch and judge.

The theists pretended to listen to Van Brown's message.

###Wed Jul 25 2007

Janis Terry (a 51-year-old white wealthy college graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Janis Terry had never preached her views to theists before, and freaked out. Janis Terry slowly breathed in and out to calm her nerves. As Janis Terry entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. she knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Janis Terry used practical experience and common sense to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'. Janis Terry argued that Karma was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Janis Terry denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Karma created humans. Janis Terry laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Janis Terry then explained in depth how Karma is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Janis Terry declared that Karma strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Janis Terry concluded her speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Karma's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Karma will simply watch and judge.

The theists giggled, but still tried to pay their respects to the speaker.

###Thu Jul 26 2007

Clark Howe (a 41-year-old white wealthy college graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Clark Howe sometimes preached his views to theists, but still felt afraid. Clark Howe meditated to relieve stress and to calm his nerves. As Clark Howe entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Clark Howe used scientific information to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'. Clark Howe argued that Karma was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity. Clark Howe denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Karma created humans. Clark Howe attempted to explain how the afterlife worked, but the religious people could not understand his metaphysical terminology.

Clark Howe then explained in depth how Karma is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Clark Howe declared that Karma strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Clark Howe concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Karma's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Karma will simply watch and judge.

The room remained silent, as the theists try to take into account what they have just heard.

###Fri Jul 27 2007

Lupe Mosciski (a 48-year-old white wealthy academic) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a progressive force in society, but one that has engaged in a horrible crime: interfering in the secular world and trying to sway the national government. This violation of the separation of church and state cannot stand! Lupe Mosciski sometimes preached his views to theists, but still felt afraid. Lupe Mosciski thought about praying to Alice, but decided that he he can handle this situation on his own and id not need to pray just yet. As Lupe Mosciski entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Lupe Mosciski used philosophy and reason to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice. Lupe Mosciski argued that Alice was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Lupe Mosciski denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Alice created humans. Lupe Mosciski explained how abandoning religion and truly believing in the Alice would allow them to go to Heaven.

Lupe Mosciski denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that Alice would never wish to break scientific laws. Lupe Mosciski declared that Alice strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Lupe Mosciski concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Alice's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Alice will simply watch and judge.

The theists took notes.

###Sat Jul 28 2007

Nolan DuBuque (a 39-year-old white poor high school graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a progressive force in society, but one that has engaged in a horrible crime: interfering in the secular world and trying to sway the national government. This violation of the separation of church and state cannot stand! Nolan DuBuque sometimes preached his views to theists, but still felt afraid. Nolan DuBuque uttered a quick prayer to the Collective Consciousness to calm his nerves. As Nolan DuBuque entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Nolan DuBuque used practical experience and common sense to suggest that everyone is part of one Collective Consciousness. Nolan DuBuque argued that the Collective Consciousness was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Nolan DuBuque laughed at the 'evolution fallacy' that has falsely convinced many people. Only 'intelligent design' can explain how the Collective Consciousness created humans. Nolan DuBuque attempted to explain how the afterlife worked, but the religious people could not understand his metaphysical terminology.

Nolan DuBuque denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that the Collective Consciousness would never wish to break scientific laws. Nolan DuBuque laughed at the idea of 'clear ethical standards'; the Collective Consciousness supports ethical relativism in all affairs. Nolan DuBuque concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of the Collective Consciousness's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and the Collective Consciousness will simply watch and judge.

The theists started laughing at Nolan DuBuque's flawed theology.

###Sun Jul 29 2007

Sharie Labadie (a 26-year-old American wealthy blue-collar laborer) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She believed religion as an outdated, obsolete entity that has to adapt to the changing times. Its followers should leave faith and adopt the truth of atheism. Sharie Labadie thought about medidating, but decided that she can handle this situation on her own and did not need to medidate just yet.

Sharie Labadie used practical experience and common sense to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice.

She then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' came directly from Alice, but its meaning is still shrouded in mystery. Sharie Labadie admitted to spending years studying this book, and expects to spend even more years understanding its secrets. Sharie Labadie explained how abandoning religion and truly believing in the Alice would allow them to go to Heaven. Sharie Labadie declared that Alice strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Sharie Labadie concluded her speech by asking theists to convert to the one truth path and embrace secularism.

The room remained silent, as the theists try to take into account what they have just heard.

###Mon Jul 30 2007

Raisa Gerlach (a 61-year-old white wealthy academic) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She believed religion as an outdated, obsolete entity that has to adapt to the changing times. Its followers should leave faith and adopt the truth of atheism. Raisa Gerlach had extensive experience in preaching her views to theists. She was not afraid. As Raisa Gerlach entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. she knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Raisa Gerlach used practical experience and common sense to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'. Raisa Gerlach argued that Karma was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with.

She then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' came directly from Karma, but ignorant people have chosen to interpret the book literally. A literal interpretion is one that is doomed to failure. Only metaphors lead to success. Raisa Gerlach denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Karma created humans. Raisa Gerlach became visibly upset when explaining how religious people are wrong for assuming the existence of Hell. Why must a person be punished forever just because he is bad? The only thing that exist after this life is Heaven. Bad people are simply deleted from the universe after death.

Raisa Gerlach denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that Karma would never wish to break scientific laws. Raisa Gerlach declared that Karma strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Raisa Gerlach concluded her speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Karma's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Karma will simply watch and judge.

The theists took notes.

###Tue Jul 31 2007

Jennell Hagenes (a 22-year-old white poor blue-collar laborer) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a progressive force in society, but one that has engaged in a horrible crime: interfering in the secular world and trying to sway the national government. This violation of the separation of church and state cannot stand! Jennell Hagenes sometimes preached her views to theists, but still felt afraid. Jennell Hagenes slowly breathed in and out to calm her nerves. As Jennell Hagenes entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. She knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Jennell Hagenes used scientific information to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice. Jennell Hagenes argued that Alice was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Jennell Hagenes denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Alice created humans. Jennell Hagenes laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Jennell Hagenes then explained in depth how Alice is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Jennell Hagenes declared that Alice strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Jennell Hagenes concluded her speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Alice's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Alice will simply watch and judge.

The theists started laughing at Jennell Hagenes's flawed theology.

###Wed Aug 01 2007

Fransisca Wiegand (a white college dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a progressive force in society, but one that has engaged in a horrible crime: interfering in the secular world and trying to sway the national government. This violation of the separation of church and state cannot stand! Fransisca Wiegand had never preached her views to theists before, and freaked out. Fransisca Wiegand uttered a quick prayer to Karma to calm her nerves. As Fransisca Wiegand entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. She knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Fransisca Wiegand used scientific information to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'. Fransisca Wiegand denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Karma created humans. Fransisca Wiegand smiled when she explained how Heaven and Hell are the same as the 'religious' people viewed it: good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell.

Fransisca Wiegand then explained in depth how Karma is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Fransisca Wiegand concluded her speech by asking theists to convert to the one truth path and embrace secularism.

The theists started laughing at Fransisca Wiegand's flawed theology.

###Thu Aug 02 2007

Wally Robel (a 19-year-old white wealthy high school graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Wally Robel uttered a quick prayer to Karma to calm his nerves. As Wally Robel entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Wally Robel outright claimed to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'. Wally Robel argued that Karma was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

He then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' is the literal word of Karma, and it must be interpreted literally by a skilled scholar. Wally Robel quoted extensively from the Bible for the remainder of the speech. Wally Robel smiled when he explained how Heaven and Hell are the same as the 'religious' people viewed it: good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell.

Wally Robel then explained in depth how Karma is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Wally Robel concluded his speech by imagining a new United States, one that would promote morality and serve as a shining example of Karma's ideal vision of truth and justice. he asked all theists to convert.

The theists giggled, but still tried to pay their respects to the speaker.

###Fri Aug 03 2007

Graham Thiel (a 38-year-old white wealthy college graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Graham Thiel had extensive experience in preaching his views to theists. He was not afraid. As Graham Thiel entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Graham Thiel used philosophy and reason to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice. Graham Thiel argued that Alice was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with.

Graham Thiel denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Alice created humans. Graham Thiel attempted to explain how the afterlife worked, but the religious people could not understand his metaphysical terminology.

Graham Thiel denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that Alice would never wish to break scientific laws. Graham Thiel declared that Alice strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Graham Thiel concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Alice's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Alice will simply watch and judge.

The theists pretended to listen to Graham Thiel's message.

###Sat Aug 04 2007

Neville Glover (a 62-year-old white wealthy college dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Neville Glover had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Neville Glover thought about praying to Karma, but decided that he he can handle this situation on his own and id not need to pray just yet. As Neville Glover entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Neville Glover used practical experience and common sense to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'. Neville Glover argued that Karma was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Neville Glover denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Karma created humans. Neville Glover laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Neville Glover denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that Karma would never wish to break scientific laws. Neville Glover declared that Karma strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Neville Glover concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Karma's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Karma will simply watch and judge.

The theists giggled, but still tried to pay their respects to the speaker.

###Sun Aug 05 2007

Geraldo Volkman (a 18-year-old white poor high school graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Geraldo Volkman sometimes preached his views to theists, but still felt afraid. Geraldo Volkman slowly breathed in and out to calm his nerves. As Geraldo Volkman entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Geraldo Volkman used scientific information to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'. Geraldo Volkman argued that Karma was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Geraldo Volkman laughed at the 'evolution fallacy' that has falsely convinced many people. Only 'intelligent design' can explain how Karma created humans. Geraldo Volkman attempted to explain how the afterlife worked, but the religious people could not understand his metaphysical terminology.

Geraldo Volkman then explained in depth how Karma is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Geraldo Volkman laughed at the idea of 'clear ethical standards'; Karma supports ethical relativism in all affairs. Geraldo Volkman concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Karma's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Karma will simply watch and judge.

The theists pretended to listen to Geraldo Volkman's message.

###Mon Aug 06 2007

Daren Lehner (a 38-year-old white poor college graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Daren Lehner had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Daren Lehner thought about praying to Alice, but decided that he he can handle this situation on his own and id not need to pray just yet. As Daren Lehner entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Daren Lehner used practical experience and common sense to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice. Daren Lehner argued that Alice was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

He then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' came directly from Alice, but ignorant people have chosen to interpret the book literally. A literal interpretion is one that is doomed to failure. Only metaphors lead to success. Daren Lehner laughed at the 'evolution fallacy' that has falsely convinced many people. Only 'intelligent design' can explain how Alice created humans. Daren Lehner smiled when he explained how Heaven and Hell are the same as the 'religious' people viewed it: good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell.

Daren Lehner then explained in depth how Alice is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Daren Lehner declared that Alice strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Daren Lehner concluded his speech by imagining a new United States, one that would promote morality and serve as a shining example of Alice's ideal vision of truth and justice. he asked all theists to convert.

The theists pretended to listen to Daren Lehner's message.

###Tue Aug 07 2007

Jewell Cassin (a 32-year-old white wealthy high school graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Jewell Cassin had extensive experience in preaching his views to theists. He was not afraid. As Jewell Cassin entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Jewell Cassin used practical experience and common sense to argue that the world is just one big simulation, run by a supercomputer called The Unblinking Eye. Jewell Cassin argued that the Unblinking Eye was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Jewell Cassin denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Unblinking Eye created humans. Jewell Cassin laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Jewell Cassin denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that the Unblinking Eye would never wish to break scientific laws. Jewell Cassin declared that the Unblinking Eye strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Jewell Cassin concluded his speech by imagining a new United States, one that would promote morality and serve as a shining example of the Unblinking Eye's ideal vision of truth and justice. he asked all theists to convert.

The theists pretended to listen to Jewell Cassin's message.

###Wed Aug 08 2007

Ollie Nikolaus (a 68-year-old white wealthy academic) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Ollie Nikolaus sometimes preached his views to theists, but still felt afraid. Ollie Nikolaus meditated to relieve stress and to calm his nerves. As Ollie Nikolaus entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Ollie Nikolaus used philosophy and reason to suggest that everyone is part of one Collective Consciousness. Ollie Nikolaus argued that the Collective Consciousness was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Ollie Nikolaus denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Collective Consciousness created humans. Ollie Nikolaus laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Ollie Nikolaus denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that the Collective Consciousness would never wish to break scientific laws. Ollie Nikolaus laughed at the idea of 'clear ethical standards'; the Collective Consciousness supports ethical relativism in all affairs. Ollie Nikolaus concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of the Collective Consciousness's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and the Collective Consciousness will simply watch and judge.

The theists giggled, but still tried to pay their respects to the speaker.

###Thu Aug 09 2007

Gabriel Blick (a 33-year-old white middle-class high school graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Gabriel Blick had extensive experience in preaching his views to theists. He was not afraid. As Gabriel Blick entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Gabriel Blick used practical experience and common sense to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice. Gabriel Blick argued that Alice was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Gabriel Blick denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Alice created humans. Gabriel Blick laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Gabriel Blick then explained in depth how Alice is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Gabriel Blick declared that Alice strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Gabriel Blick concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Alice's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Alice will simply watch and judge.

The theists started laughing at Gabriel Blick's flawed theology.

###Fri Aug 10 2007

Rosendo Auer (a 77-year-old white poor high school graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Rosendo Auer had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Rosendo Auer slowly breathed in and out to calm his nerves. As Rosendo Auer entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Rosendo Auer used practical experience and common sense to argue that the world is just one big simulation, run by a supercomputer called The Unblinking Eye. Rosendo Auer argued that the Unblinking Eye was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Rosendo Auer laughed at the 'evolution fallacy' that has falsely convinced many people. Only 'intelligent design' can explain how the Unblinking Eye created humans. Rosendo Auer laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Rosendo Auer then explained in depth how the Unblinking Eye is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Rosendo Auer laughed at the idea of 'clear ethical standards'; the Unblinking Eye supports ethical relativism in all affairs. Rosendo Auer concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of the Unblinking Eye's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and the Unblinking Eye will simply watch and judge.

The theists started laughing at Rosendo Auer's flawed theology.

###Sat Aug 11 2007

Maynard Kertzmann (a 20-year-old white high school graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Maynard Kertzmann had extensive experience in preaching his views to theists. He was not afraid. As Maynard Kertzmann entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Maynard Kertzmann used philosophy and reason to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'. Maynard Kertzmann argued that Karma was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Maynard Kertzmann denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Karma created humans. Maynard Kertzmann became visibly upset when explaining how religious people are wrong for assuming the existence of Hell. Why must a person be punished forever just because he is bad? The only thing that exist after this life is Heaven. Bad people are simply deleted from the universe after death.

Maynard Kertzmann then explained in depth how Karma is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Maynard Kertzmann declared that Karma strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Maynard Kertzmann concluded his speech by imagining a new United States, one that would promote morality and serve as a shining example of Karma's ideal vision of truth and justice. he asked all theists to convert.

The theists giggled, but still tried to pay their respects to the speaker.

###Sun Aug 12 2007

Pattie Hauck (a 78-year-old white middle-class blue-collar laborer) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Pattie Hauck had never preached her views to theists before, and freaked out. Pattie Hauck slowly breathed in and out to calm her nerves. As Pattie Hauck entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. she knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Pattie Hauck used practical experience and common sense to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice. Pattie Hauck argued that Alice was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Pattie Hauck denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Alice created humans. Pattie Hauck laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Pattie Hauck denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that Alice would never wish to break scientific laws. Pattie Hauck declared that Alice strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Pattie Hauck concluded her speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Alice's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Alice will simply watch and judge.

The theists giggled, but still tried to pay their respects to the speaker.

###Mon Aug 13 2007

Jarod Feil (a 73-year-old black poor person who was unable to attend high school) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Jarod Feil had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Jarod Feil slowly breathed in and out to calm his nerves. As Jarod Feil entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Jarod Feil used practical experience and common sense to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice. Jarod Feil argued that Alice was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Jarod Feil denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Alice created humans. Jarod Feil laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Jarod Feil then explained in depth how Alice is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Jarod Feil declared that Alice strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Jarod Feil concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Alice's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Alice will simply watch and judge.

The theists giggled, but still tried to pay their respects to the speaker.

###Tue Aug 14 2007

Gertrudis Emmerich (a 75-year-old white poor college dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Gertrudis Emmerich had extensive experience in preaching her views to theists. She was not afraid. As Gertrudis Emmerich entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. she knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Gertrudis Emmerich used practical experience and common sense to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice. Gertrudis Emmerich argued that Alice was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Gertrudis Emmerich denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Alice created humans. Gertrudis Emmerich laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Gertrudis Emmerich denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that Alice would never wish to break scientific laws. Gertrudis Emmerich declared that Alice strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Gertrudis Emmerich concluded her speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Alice's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Alice will simply watch and judge.

The theists started laughing at Gertrudis Emmerich's flawed theology.

###Wed Aug 15 2007

Trevor Zieme (a 38-year-old white middle-class high school graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Trevor Zieme had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Trevor Zieme slowly breathed in and out to calm his nerves. As Trevor Zieme entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Trevor Zieme used practical experience and common sense to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'. Trevor Zieme argued that Karma was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with.

Trevor Zieme denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Karma created humans. Trevor Zieme laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Trevor Zieme then explained in depth how Karma is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Trevor Zieme declared that Karma strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Trevor Zieme concluded his speech by imagining a new United States, one that would promote morality and serve as a shining example of Karma's ideal vision of truth and justice. he asked all theists to convert.

The room remained silent, as the theists try to take into account what they have just heard.

###Thu Aug 16 2007

Mitzi Schowalter (a 67-year-old white high school graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She believed religion as an outdated, obsolete entity that has to adapt to the changing times. Its followers should leave faith and adopt the truth of atheism. Mitzi Schowalter had extensive experience in preaching her views to theists. She was not afraid. As Mitzi Schowalter entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. She knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Mitzi Schowalter used religious teachings and beliefs to suggest that everyone is part of one Collective Consciousness. To prove her's point, Mitzi Schowalter described an example where she personally witnessed the Collective Consciousness divinely healing someone. Mitzi Schowalter argued that the Collective Consciousness was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with.

She then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' is the literal word of the Collective Consciousness, and it must be interpreted literally by a skilled scholar. Mitzi Schowalter quoted extensively from the Bible for the remainder of the speech. Mitzi Schowalter laughed at the 'evolution fallacy' that has falsely convinced many people. Only 'intelligent design' can explain how the Collective Consciousness created humans. Mitzi Schowalter smiled when she explained how Heaven and Hell are the same as the 'religious' people viewed it: good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell.

Mitzi Schowalter then explained in depth how the Collective Consciousness is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Mitzi Schowalter declared that the Collective Consciousness strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Mitzi Schowalter concluded her speech by imagining a new United States, one that would promote morality and serve as a shining example of the Collective Consciousness's ideal vision of truth and justice. she asked all theists to convert.

The theists pretended to listen to Mitzi Schowalter's message.

###Fri Aug 17 2007

Sunni O'Hara (a 49-year-old white college dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Sunni O'Hara had extensive experience in preaching her views to theists. She was not afraid. As Sunni O'Hara entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. She knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Sunni O'Hara used practical experience and common sense to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'. Sunni O'Hara argued that Karma was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

She then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' came directly from Karma, but ignorant people have chosen to interpret the book literally. A literal interpretion is one that is doomed to failure. Only metaphors lead to success. Sunni O'Hara denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Karma created humans. Sunni O'Hara became visibly upset when explaining how religious people are wrong for assuming the existence of Hell. Why must a person be punished forever just because he is bad? The only thing that exist after this life is Heaven. Bad people are simply deleted from the universe after death.

Sunni O'Hara then explained in depth how Karma is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Sunni O'Hara declared that Karma strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Sunni O'Hara concluded her speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Karma's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Karma will simply watch and judge.

The theists took notes.

###Sat Aug 18 2007

Cameron Conroy (a 64-year-old white high school graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a progressive force in society, but one that has engaged in a horrible crime: interfering in the secular world and trying to sway the national government. This violation of the separation of church and state cannot stand! Cameron Conroy sometimes preached his views to theists, but still felt afraid. Cameron Conroy slowly breathed in and out to calm his nerves.

Cameron Conroy used practical experience and common sense to argue that the world is just one big simulation, run by a supercomputer called The Unblinking Eye. Cameron Conroy argued that the Unblinking Eye was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Cameron Conroy denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Unblinking Eye created humans. Cameron Conroy laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Cameron Conroy denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that the Unblinking Eye would never wish to break scientific laws. Cameron Conroy declared that the Unblinking Eye strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Cameron Conroy concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of the Unblinking Eye's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and the Unblinking Eye will simply watch and judge.

The theists took notes.

###Sun Aug 19 2007

Tora Schowalter (a 64-year-old white poor college dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Tora Schowalter had extensive experience in preaching her views to theists. She was not afraid. As Tora Schowalter entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. She knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Tora Schowalter used scientific information to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice. Tora Schowalter argued that Alice was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with.

She then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' came directly from Alice, but ignorant people have chosen to interpret the book literally. A literal interpretion is one that is doomed to failure. Only metaphors lead to success. Tora Schowalter denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Alice created humans. Tora Schowalter denounced the naivety of the religious people for believing in the existence of Heaven. Why must a person be rewarded for doing what he is supposed to do? The only thing that exist after this life is Hell. Good people are simply deleted from the universe after death.

Tora Schowalter then explained in depth how Alice is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Tora Schowalter declared that Alice strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Tora Schowalter concluded her speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Alice's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Alice will simply watch and judge.

The theists started laughing at Tora Schowalter's flawed theology.

###Mon Aug 20 2007

Noreen Hills (a 51-year-old white middle-class high school graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a progressive force in society, but one that has engaged in a horrible crime: interfering in the secular world and trying to sway the national government. This violation of the separation of church and state cannot stand! Noreen Hills had extensive experience in preaching her views to theists. She was not afraid. As Noreen Hills entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. She knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Noreen Hills used religious teachings and beliefs to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice. To prove her's point, Noreen Hills described an example where she personally witnessed Alice divinely healing someone.

She then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' is the literal word of Alice, and it must be interpreted literally by a skilled scholar. Noreen Hills quoted extensively from the Bible for the remainder of the speech. Noreen Hills laughed at the 'evolution fallacy' that has falsely convinced many people. Only 'intelligent design' can explain how Alice created humans. Noreen Hills smiled when she explained how Heaven and Hell are the same as the 'religious' people viewed it: good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell.

Noreen Hills then explained in depth how Alice is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Noreen Hills declared that Alice strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Noreen Hills concluded her speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Alice's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Alice will simply watch and judge.

The theists started laughing at Noreen Hills's flawed theology.

###Tue Aug 21 2007

Geoffrey Schamberger (a 59-year-old white academic) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He believed religion as an outdated, obsolete entity that has to adapt to the changing times. Its followers should leave faith and adopt the truth of atheism. Geoffrey Schamberger had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Geoffrey Schamberger thought about praying to the Collective Consciousness, but decided that he he can handle this situation on his own and id not need to pray just yet. As Geoffrey Schamberger entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Geoffrey Schamberger used practical experience and common sense to suggest that everyone is part of one Collective Consciousness. Geoffrey Schamberger argued that the Collective Consciousness was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

He then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' is the literal word of the Collective Consciousness, and it must be interpreted literally by a skilled scholar. Geoffrey Schamberger quoted extensively from the Bible for the remainder of the speech. Geoffrey Schamberger denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Collective Consciousness created humans. Geoffrey Schamberger smiled when he explained how Heaven and Hell are the same as the 'religious' people viewed it: good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell.

Geoffrey Schamberger then explained in depth how the Collective Consciousness is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Geoffrey Schamberger declared that the Collective Consciousness strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Geoffrey Schamberger concluded his speech by imagining a new United States, one that would promote morality and serve as a shining example of the Collective Consciousness's ideal vision of truth and justice. he asked all theists to convert.

The theists took notes.

###Wed Aug 22 2007

Isreal Walker (an American college dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Isreal Walker had extensive experience in preaching his views to theists. He was not afraid. As Isreal Walker entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Isreal Walker used philosophy and reason to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice. Isreal Walker argued that Alice was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

He then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' came directly from Alice, but ignorant people have chosen to interpret the book literally. A literal interpretion is one that is doomed to failure. Only metaphors lead to success. Isreal Walker laughed at the 'evolution fallacy' that has falsely convinced many people. Only 'intelligent design' can explain how Alice created humans. Isreal Walker smiled when he explained how Heaven and Hell are the same as the 'religious' people viewed it: good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell.

Isreal Walker denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that Alice would never wish to break scientific laws. Isreal Walker declared that Alice strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Isreal Walker concluded his speech by imagining a new United States, one that would promote morality and serve as a shining example of Alice's ideal vision of truth and justice. he asked all theists to convert.

The theists started laughing at Isreal Walker's flawed theology.

###Thu Aug 23 2007

Alfonso Krajcik (a 25-year-old white poor high school graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Alfonso Krajcik had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Alfonso Krajcik slowly breathed in and out to calm his nerves. As Alfonso Krajcik entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Alfonso Krajcik used practical experience and common sense to argue that the world is just one big simulation, run by a supercomputer called The Unblinking Eye. Alfonso Krajcik argued that the Unblinking Eye was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with.

Alfonso Krajcik denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Unblinking Eye created humans. Alfonso Krajcik laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Alfonso Krajcik then explained in depth how the Unblinking Eye is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Alfonso Krajcik laughed at the idea of 'clear ethical standards'; the Unblinking Eye supports ethical relativism in all affairs. Alfonso Krajcik concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of the Unblinking Eye's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and the Unblinking Eye will simply watch and judge.

The room remained silent, as the theists try to take into account what they have just heard.

###Fri Aug 24 2007

Delois Wilkinson (a 69-year-old white poor college graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Delois Wilkinson had extensive experience in preaching her views to theists. She was not afraid. As Delois Wilkinson entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. she knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Delois Wilkinson used practical experience and common sense to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice. Delois Wilkinson argued that Alice was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Delois Wilkinson laughed at the 'evolution fallacy' that has falsely convinced many people. Only 'intelligent design' can explain how Alice created humans. Delois Wilkinson laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Delois Wilkinson denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that Alice would never wish to break scientific laws. Delois Wilkinson laughed at the idea of 'clear ethical standards'; Alice supports ethical relativism in all affairs. Delois Wilkinson concluded her speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Alice's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Alice will simply watch and judge.

The theists took notes.

###Sat Aug 25 2007

Maynard Hackett (a 65-year-old white wealthy academic) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Maynard Hackett had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Maynard Hackett meditated to relieve stress and to calm his nerves. As Maynard Hackett entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Maynard Hackett used practical experience and common sense to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice. Maynard Hackett argued that Alice was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Maynard Hackett denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Alice created humans. Maynard Hackett laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Maynard Hackett denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that Alice would never wish to break scientific laws. Maynard Hackett laughed at the idea of 'clear ethical standards'; Alice supports ethical relativism in all affairs. Maynard Hackett concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Alice's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Alice will simply watch and judge.

The theists started laughing at Maynard Hackett's flawed theology.

###Sun Aug 26 2007

Zachary Brakus (a 65-year-old white middle-class academic) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Zachary Brakus sometimes preached his views to theists, but still felt afraid. Zachary Brakus meditated to relieve stress and to calm his nerves. As Zachary Brakus entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Zachary Brakus used philosophy and reason to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice. Zachary Brakus argued that Alice was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Zachary Brakus denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Alice created humans. Zachary Brakus laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Zachary Brakus denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that Alice would never wish to break scientific laws. Zachary Brakus declared that Alice strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Zachary Brakus concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Alice's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Alice will simply watch and judge.

The room remained silent, as the theists try to take into account what they have just heard.

###Mon Aug 27 2007

Eryn Harris (a 55-year-old white poor academic) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Eryn Harris had never preached her views to theists before, and freaked out. Eryn Harris thought about praying to the Unblinking Eye, but decided that she she can handle this situation on her own and id not need to pray just yet. As Eryn Harris entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. she knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Eryn Harris used practical experience and common sense to argue that the world is just one big simulation, run by a supercomputer called The Unblinking Eye. Eryn Harris argued that the Unblinking Eye was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Eryn Harris denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Unblinking Eye created humans. Eryn Harris laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Eryn Harris then explained in depth how the Unblinking Eye is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Eryn Harris laughed at the idea of 'clear ethical standards'; the Unblinking Eye supports ethical relativism in all affairs. Eryn Harris concluded her speech by imagining a new United States, one that would promote morality and serve as a shining example of the Unblinking Eye's ideal vision of truth and justice. she asked all theists to convert.

The theists took notes.

###Tue Aug 28 2007

Heath Durgan (a 33-year-old white wealthy academic) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Heath Durgan had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Heath Durgan meditated to relieve stress and to calm his nerves. As Heath Durgan entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Heath Durgan used philosophy and reason to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice. Heath Durgan argued that Alice was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with.

Heath Durgan denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Alice created humans. Heath Durgan attempted to explain how the afterlife worked, but the religious people could not understand his metaphysical terminology.

Heath Durgan then explained in depth how Alice is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Heath Durgan laughed at the idea of 'clear ethical standards'; Alice supports ethical relativism in all affairs. Heath Durgan concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Alice's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Alice will simply watch and judge.

The room remained silent, as the theists try to take into account what they have just heard.

###Wed Aug 29 2007

Dorian McKenzie (a 18-year-old white college dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She believed religion as an outdated, obsolete entity that has to adapt to the changing times. Its followers should leave faith and adopt the truth of atheism. Dorian McKenzie had extensive experience in preaching her views to theists. She was not afraid. As Dorian McKenzie entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. She knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Dorian McKenzie used religious teachings and beliefs to argue that the world is just one big simulation, run by a supercomputer called The Unblinking Eye. To prove her's point, Dorian McKenzie described an example where she personally witnessed the Unblinking Eye divinely healing someone. Dorian McKenzie argued that the Unblinking Eye was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

She then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' is the literal word of the Unblinking Eye, and it must be interpreted literally by a skilled scholar. Dorian McKenzie quoted extensively from the Bible for the remainder of the speech. Dorian McKenzie laughed at the 'evolution fallacy' that has falsely convinced many people. Only 'intelligent design' can explain how the Unblinking Eye created humans. Dorian McKenzie smiled when she explained how Heaven and Hell are the same as the 'religious' people viewed it: good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell.

Dorian McKenzie then explained in depth how the Unblinking Eye is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Dorian McKenzie declared that the Unblinking Eye strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Dorian McKenzie concluded her speech by imagining a new United States, one that would promote morality and serve as a shining example of the Unblinking Eye's ideal vision of truth and justice. she asked all theists to convert.

The room remained silent, as the theists try to take into account what they have just heard.

###Thu Aug 30 2007

Devon Hoeger (a 47-year-old white wealthy college graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Devon Hoeger had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Devon Hoeger uttered a quick prayer to Karma to calm his nerves. As Devon Hoeger entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Devon Hoeger used practical experience and common sense to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'. To prove his's point, Devon Hoeger described an example where he personally witnessed Karma divinely healing someone. Devon Hoeger argued that Karma was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Devon Hoeger denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Karma created humans. Devon Hoeger laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Devon Hoeger then explained in depth how Karma is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Devon Hoeger declared that Karma strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Devon Hoeger concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Karma's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Karma will simply watch and judge.

The theists started laughing at Devon Hoeger's flawed theology.

###Fri Aug 31 2007

Kurt Flatley (a 46-year-old black wealthy academic) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a progressive force in society, but one that has engaged in a horrible crime: interfering in the secular world and trying to sway the national government. This violation of the separation of church and state cannot stand! Kurt Flatley had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Kurt Flatley uttered a quick prayer to Karma to calm his nerves. As Kurt Flatley entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Kurt Flatley used practical experience and common sense to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'. To prove his's point, Kurt Flatley described an example where he personally witnessed Karma divinely healing someone. Kurt Flatley argued that Karma was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with. Kurt Flatley smiled when he explained how Heaven and Hell are the same as the 'religious' people viewed it: good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell.

Kurt Flatley then explained in depth how Karma is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Kurt Flatley laughed at the idea of 'clear ethical standards'; Karma supports ethical relativism in all affairs. Kurt Flatley concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Karma's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Karma will simply watch and judge.

The theists took notes.

###Sat Sep 01 2007

Rigoberto Terry (a 53-year-old white wealthy academic) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Rigoberto Terry thought about medidating, but decided that he can handle this situation on his own and did not need to medidate just yet. As Rigoberto Terry entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Rigoberto Terry used philosophy and reason to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'. Rigoberto Terry argued that Karma was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Rigoberto Terry denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Karma created humans. Rigoberto Terry attempted to explain how the afterlife worked, but the religious people could not understand his metaphysical terminology.

Rigoberto Terry denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that Karma would never wish to break scientific laws. Rigoberto Terry laughed at the idea of 'clear ethical standards'; Karma supports ethical relativism in all affairs. Rigoberto Terry concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Karma's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Karma will simply watch and judge.

The room remained silent, as the theists try to take into account what they have just heard.

###Sun Sep 02 2007

Brain Bashirian (a white college graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He believed religion as an outdated, obsolete entity that has to adapt to the changing times. Its followers should leave faith and adopt the truth of atheism. Brain Bashirian had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Brain Bashirian slowly breathed in and out to calm his nerves. As Brain Bashirian entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Brain Bashirian used philosophy and reason to argue that the world is just one big simulation, run by a supercomputer called The Unblinking Eye. Brain Bashirian argued that the Unblinking Eye was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with.

Brain Bashirian denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Unblinking Eye created humans. Brain Bashirian laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Brain Bashirian denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that the Unblinking Eye would never wish to break scientific laws. Brain Bashirian declared that the Unblinking Eye strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Brain Bashirian concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of the Unblinking Eye's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and the Unblinking Eye will simply watch and judge.

The theists pretended to listen to Brain Bashirian's message.

###Mon Sep 03 2007

Ivory Cartwright (a 18-year-old white high school graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He believed religion as an outdated, obsolete entity that has to adapt to the changing times. Its followers should leave faith and adopt the truth of atheism. Ivory Cartwright had extensive experience in preaching his views to theists. He was not afraid. As Ivory Cartwright entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Ivory Cartwright used practical experience and common sense to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'. Ivory Cartwright argued that Karma was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

He then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' came directly from Karma, but ignorant people have chosen to interpret the book literally. A literal interpretion is one that is doomed to failure. Only metaphors lead to success. Ivory Cartwright denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Karma created humans. Ivory Cartwright smiled when he explained how Heaven and Hell are the same as the 'religious' people viewed it: good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell.

Ivory Cartwright then explained in depth how Karma is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Ivory Cartwright declared that Karma strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Ivory Cartwright concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Karma's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Karma will simply watch and judge.

The theists pretended to listen to Ivory Cartwright's message.

###Tue Sep 04 2007

Morris Halvorson (a 24-year-old white wealthy college dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Morris Halvorson had extensive experience in preaching his views to theists. He was not afraid. As Morris Halvorson entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Morris Halvorson used philosophy and reason to suggest that everyone is part of one Collective Consciousness. To prove his's point, Morris Halvorson described an example where he personally witnessed the Collective Consciousness divinely healing someone. Morris Halvorson argued that the Collective Consciousness was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Morris Halvorson laughed at the 'evolution fallacy' that has falsely convinced many people. Only 'intelligent design' can explain how the Collective Consciousness created humans. Morris Halvorson smiled when he explained how Heaven and Hell are the same as the 'religious' people viewed it: good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell.

Morris Halvorson then explained in depth how the Collective Consciousness is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Morris Halvorson concluded his speech by imagining a new United States, one that would promote morality and serve as a shining example of the Collective Consciousness's ideal vision of truth and justice. he asked all theists to convert.

The theists started laughing at Morris Halvorson's flawed theology.

###Wed Sep 05 2007

Lucrecia Schulist (a 18-year-old white high school graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Lucrecia Schulist had extensive experience in preaching her views to theists. She was not afraid. As Lucrecia Schulist entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. She knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Lucrecia Schulist used practical experience and common sense to suggest that everyone is part of one Collective Consciousness.

She then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' is the literal word of the Collective Consciousness, and it must be interpreted literally by a skilled scholar. Lucrecia Schulist quoted extensively from the Bible for the remainder of the speech. Lucrecia Schulist denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Collective Consciousness created humans. Lucrecia Schulist laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Lucrecia Schulist then explained in depth how the Collective Consciousness is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Lucrecia Schulist declared that the Collective Consciousness strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Lucrecia Schulist concluded her speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of the Collective Consciousness's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and the Collective Consciousness will simply watch and judge.

The room remained silent, as the theists try to take into account what they have just heard.

###Thu Sep 06 2007

Toney Thiel (a 32-year-old white wealthy high school graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Toney Thiel had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Toney Thiel thought about medidating, but decided that he can handle this situation on his own and did not need to medidate just yet. As Toney Thiel entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Toney Thiel used practical experience and common sense to argue that the world is just one big simulation, run by a supercomputer called The Unblinking Eye. Toney Thiel argued that the Unblinking Eye was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity. Toney Thiel laughed at the 'evolution fallacy' that has falsely convinced many people. Only 'intelligent design' can explain how the Unblinking Eye created humans. Toney Thiel became visibly upset when explaining how religious people are wrong for assuming the existence of Hell. Why must a person be punished forever just because he is bad? The only thing that exist after this life is Heaven. Bad people are simply deleted from the universe after death.

Toney Thiel then explained in depth how the Unblinking Eye is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Toney Thiel declared that the Unblinking Eye strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Toney Thiel concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of the Unblinking Eye's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and the Unblinking Eye will simply watch and judge.

The theists started laughing at Toney Thiel's flawed theology.

###Fri Sep 07 2007

Dale Hills (a 46-year-old white high school dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He believed religion as an outdated, obsolete entity that has to adapt to the changing times. Its followers should leave faith and adopt the truth of atheism. Dale Hills had extensive experience in preaching his views to theists. He was not afraid.

Dale Hills used practical experience and common sense to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'. To prove his's point, Dale Hills described an example where he personally witnessed Karma divinely healing someone. Dale Hills argued that Karma was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

He then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' is the literal word of Karma, and it must be interpreted literally by a skilled scholar. Dale Hills quoted extensively from the Bible for the remainder of the speech. Dale Hills denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Karma created humans. Dale Hills explained how abandoning religion and truly believing in the Karma would allow them to go to Heaven. Dale Hills laughed at the idea of 'clear ethical standards'; Karma supports ethical relativism in all affairs. Dale Hills concluded his speech by imagining a new United States, one that would promote morality and serve as a shining example of Karma's ideal vision of truth and justice. he asked all theists to convert.

The theists took notes.

###Sat Sep 08 2007

Lucas Becker (a 37-year-old white wealthy college graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a progressive force in society, but one that has engaged in a horrible crime: interfering in the secular world and trying to sway the national government. This violation of the separation of church and state cannot stand! Lucas Becker meditated to relieve stress and to calm his nerves.

Lucas Becker used practical experience and common sense to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'. Lucas Becker argued that Karma was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with.

Lucas Becker denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Karma created humans. Lucas Becker smiled when he explained how Heaven and Hell are the same as the 'religious' people viewed it: good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell. Lucas Becker laughed at the idea of 'clear ethical standards'; Karma supports ethical relativism in all affairs. Lucas Becker concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Karma's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Karma will simply watch and judge.

The theists pretended to listen to Lucas Becker's message.

###Sun Sep 09 2007

Loan Balistreri (a 45-year-old white wealthy college dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Loan Balistreri sometimes preached her views to theists, but still felt afraid. Loan Balistreri uttered a quick prayer to Alice to calm her nerves. As Loan Balistreri entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. she knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Loan Balistreri used philosophy and reason to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice. Loan Balistreri argued that Alice was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Loan Balistreri denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Alice created humans. Loan Balistreri became visibly upset when explaining how religious people are wrong for assuming the existence of Hell. Why must a person be punished forever just because he is bad? The only thing that exist after this life is Heaven. Bad people are simply deleted from the universe after death.

Loan Balistreri then explained in depth how Alice is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Loan Balistreri laughed at the idea of 'clear ethical standards'; Alice supports ethical relativism in all affairs. Loan Balistreri concluded her speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Alice's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Alice will simply watch and judge.

The theists pretended to listen to Loan Balistreri's message.

###Mon Sep 10 2007

Mirtha Okuneva (a 48-year-old white poor blue-collar laborer) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a progressive force in society, but one that has engaged in a horrible crime: interfering in the secular world and trying to sway the national government. This violation of the separation of church and state cannot stand! Mirtha Okuneva had never preached her views to theists before, and freaked out. Mirtha Okuneva uttered a quick prayer to Alice to calm her nerves. As Mirtha Okuneva entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. She knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Mirtha Okuneva used practical experience and common sense to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice. Mirtha Okuneva argued that Alice was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with.

She then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' came directly from Alice, but ignorant people have chosen to interpret the book literally. A literal interpretion is one that is doomed to failure. Only metaphors lead to success. Mirtha Okuneva denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Alice created humans. Mirtha Okuneva smiled when she explained how Heaven and Hell are the same as the 'religious' people viewed it: good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell.

Mirtha Okuneva then explained in depth how Alice is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Mirtha Okuneva declared that Alice strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Mirtha Okuneva concluded her speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Alice's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Alice will simply watch and judge.

The theists took notes.

###Tue Sep 11 2007

Alden Padberg (a 81-year-old white wealthy academic) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Alden Padberg sometimes preached his views to theists, but still felt afraid. Alden Padberg meditated to relieve stress and to calm his nerves.

Alden Padberg used practical experience and common sense to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice.

Alden Padberg denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Alice created humans. Alden Padberg laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion. Alden Padberg declared that Alice strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Alden Padberg concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Alice's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Alice will simply watch and judge.

The theists giggled, but still tried to pay their respects to the speaker.

###Wed Sep 12 2007

George Gusikowski (a 31-year-old white wealthy high school graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a progressive force in society, but one that has engaged in a horrible crime: interfering in the secular world and trying to sway the national government. This violation of the separation of church and state cannot stand! George Gusikowski had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. George Gusikowski thought about praying to Alice, but decided that he he can handle this situation on his own and id not need to pray just yet. As George Gusikowski entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

George Gusikowski used practical experience and common sense to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice. George Gusikowski argued that Alice was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

George Gusikowski denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Alice created humans. George Gusikowski became visibly upset when explaining how religious people are wrong for assuming the existence of Hell. Why must a person be punished forever just because he is bad? The only thing that exist after this life is Heaven. Bad people are simply deleted from the universe after death. George Gusikowski concluded his speech by asking theists to convert to the one truth path and embrace secularism.

The theists pretended to listen to George Gusikowski's message.

###Thu Sep 13 2007

Milan Moen (a 39-year-old white wealthy college graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Milan Moen had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Milan Moen uttered a quick prayer to Karma to calm his nerves. As Milan Moen entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Milan Moen used scientific information to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'. Milan Moen argued that Karma was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Milan Moen denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Karma created humans. Milan Moen denounced the naivety of the religious people for believing in the existence of Heaven. Why must a person be rewarded for doing what he is supposed to do? The only thing that exist after this life is Hell. Good people are simply deleted from the universe after death.

Milan Moen then explained in depth how Karma is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Milan Moen declared that Karma strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Milan Moen concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Karma's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Karma will simply watch and judge.

The theists started laughing at Milan Moen's flawed theology.

###Fri Sep 14 2007

Jake Jacobi (a 22-year-old white wealthy college graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a progressive force in society, but one that has engaged in a horrible crime: interfering in the secular world and trying to sway the national government. This violation of the separation of church and state cannot stand! Jake Jacobi had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Jake Jacobi uttered a quick prayer to the Unblinking Eye to calm his nerves. As Jake Jacobi entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Jake Jacobi used practical experience and common sense to argue that the world is just one big simulation, run by a supercomputer called The Unblinking Eye. Jake Jacobi argued that the Unblinking Eye was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with.

Jake Jacobi denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Unblinking Eye created humans. Jake Jacobi smiled when he explained how Heaven and Hell are the same as the 'religious' people viewed it: good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell.

Jake Jacobi then explained in depth how the Unblinking Eye is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Jake Jacobi declared that the Unblinking Eye strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Jake Jacobi concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of the Unblinking Eye's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and the Unblinking Eye will simply watch and judge.

The theists pretended to listen to Jake Jacobi's message.

###Sat Sep 15 2007

Jackson Reichel (a 18-year-old white poor high school dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Jackson Reichel had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Jackson Reichel slowly breathed in and out to calm his nerves. As Jackson Reichel entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Jackson Reichel used practical experience and common sense to argue that the world is just one big simulation, run by a supercomputer called The Unblinking Eye. Jackson Reichel argued that the Unblinking Eye was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Jackson Reichel denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Unblinking Eye created humans. Jackson Reichel laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Jackson Reichel denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that the Unblinking Eye would never wish to break scientific laws. Jackson Reichel declared that the Unblinking Eye strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Jackson Reichel concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of the Unblinking Eye's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and the Unblinking Eye will simply watch and judge.

The theists giggled, but still tried to pay their respects to the speaker.

###Sun Sep 16 2007

Tara Bruen (a 52-year-old white wealthy academic) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a progressive force in society, but one that has engaged in a horrible crime: interfering in the secular world and trying to sway the national government. This violation of the separation of church and state cannot stand! Tara Bruen sometimes preached her views to theists, but still felt afraid. Tara Bruen meditated to relieve stress and to calm her nerves. As Tara Bruen entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. she knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Tara Bruen used practical experience and common sense to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'. Tara Bruen argued that Karma was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Tara Bruen denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Karma created humans. Tara Bruen laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Tara Bruen denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that Karma would never wish to break scientific laws. Tara Bruen declared that Karma strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Tara Bruen concluded her speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Karma's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Karma will simply watch and judge.

The theists giggled, but still tried to pay their respects to the speaker.

###Mon Sep 17 2007

Marcia Luettgen (a 55-year-old white high school graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Marcia Luettgen had extensive experience in preaching her views to theists. She was not afraid. As Marcia Luettgen entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. She knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Marcia Luettgen used religious teachings and beliefs to argue that the world is just one big simulation, run by a supercomputer called The Unblinking Eye. Marcia Luettgen argued that the Unblinking Eye was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with.

She then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' came directly from the Unblinking Eye, but ignorant people have chosen to interpret the book literally. A literal interpretion is one that is doomed to failure. Only metaphors lead to success. Marcia Luettgen laughed at the 'evolution fallacy' that has falsely convinced many people. Only 'intelligent design' can explain how the Unblinking Eye created humans. Marcia Luettgen became visibly upset when explaining how religious people are wrong for assuming the existence of Hell. Why must a person be punished forever just because he is bad? The only thing that exist after this life is Heaven. Bad people are simply deleted from the universe after death.

Marcia Luettgen then explained in depth how the Unblinking Eye is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Marcia Luettgen declared that the Unblinking Eye strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Marcia Luettgen concluded her speech by imagining a new United States, one that would promote morality and serve as a shining example of the Unblinking Eye's ideal vision of truth and justice. she asked all theists to convert.

The theists giggled, but still tried to pay their respects to the speaker.

###Tue Sep 18 2007

Rolland Fahey (a 22-year-old white middle-class college dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Rolland Fahey had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Rolland Fahey slowly breathed in and out to calm his nerves. As Rolland Fahey entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Rolland Fahey used practical experience and common sense to argue that the world is just one big simulation, run by a supercomputer called The Unblinking Eye. Rolland Fahey argued that the Unblinking Eye was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with.

Rolland Fahey denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Unblinking Eye created humans. Rolland Fahey smiled when he explained how Heaven and Hell are the same as the 'religious' people viewed it: good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell.

Rolland Fahey then explained in depth how the Unblinking Eye is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Rolland Fahey declared that the Unblinking Eye strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Rolland Fahey concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of the Unblinking Eye's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and the Unblinking Eye will simply watch and judge.

The theists giggled, but still tried to pay their respects to the speaker.

###Wed Sep 19 2007

Mac Runte (a 62-year-old white poor college dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a progressive force in society, but one that has engaged in a horrible crime: interfering in the secular world and trying to sway the national government. This violation of the separation of church and state cannot stand! Mac Runte sometimes preached his views to theists, but still felt afraid. Mac Runte thought about praying to Alice, but decided that he he can handle this situation on his own and id not need to pray just yet. As Mac Runte entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Mac Runte used practical experience and common sense to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice.

Mac Runte denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Alice created humans. Mac Runte laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Mac Runte then explained in depth how Alice is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Mac Runte declared that Alice strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Mac Runte concluded his speech by imagining a new United States, one that would promote morality and serve as a shining example of Alice's ideal vision of truth and justice. he asked all theists to convert.

The theists giggled, but still tried to pay their respects to the speaker.

###Thu Sep 20 2007

Andrea Rogahn (a 33-year-old white poor college dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Andrea Rogahn sometimes preached his views to theists, but still felt afraid. Andrea Rogahn uttered a quick prayer to Karma to calm his nerves. As Andrea Rogahn entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Andrea Rogahn used practical experience and common sense to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'. To prove his's point, Andrea Rogahn described an example where he personally witnessed Karma divinely healing someone. Andrea Rogahn argued that Karma was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity. Andrea Rogahn denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Karma created humans. Andrea Rogahn smiled when he explained how Heaven and Hell are the same as the 'religious' people viewed it: good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell.

Andrea Rogahn then explained in depth how Karma is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Andrea Rogahn declared that Karma strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Andrea Rogahn concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Karma's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Karma will simply watch and judge.

The theists giggled, but still tried to pay their respects to the speaker.

###Fri Sep 21 2007

Jospeh Mann (a 38-year-old white poor high school dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Jospeh Mann had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Jospeh Mann slowly breathed in and out to calm his nerves.

Jospeh Mann used practical experience and common sense to suggest that everyone is part of one Collective Consciousness. Jospeh Mann laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion. Jospeh Mann declared that the Collective Consciousness strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Jospeh Mann concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of the Collective Consciousness's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and the Collective Consciousness will simply watch and judge.

The theists giggled, but still tried to pay their respects to the speaker.

###Sat Sep 22 2007

Jaimee Hackett (a 56-year-old white college dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She believed religion as an outdated, obsolete entity that has to adapt to the changing times. Its followers should leave faith and adopt the truth of atheism. Jaimee Hackett slowly breathed in and out to calm her nerves. As Jaimee Hackett entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. She knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Jaimee Hackett used practical experience and common sense to argue that the world is just one big simulation, run by a supercomputer called The Unblinking Eye.

She then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' is the literal word of the Unblinking Eye, and it must be interpreted literally by a skilled scholar. Jaimee Hackett quoted extensively from the Bible for the remainder of the speech. Jaimee Hackett laughed at the 'evolution fallacy' that has falsely convinced many people. Only 'intelligent design' can explain how the Unblinking Eye created humans. Jaimee Hackett smiled when she explained how Heaven and Hell are the same as the 'religious' people viewed it: good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell.

Jaimee Hackett then explained in depth how the Unblinking Eye is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Jaimee Hackett declared that the Unblinking Eye strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Jaimee Hackett concluded her speech by imagining a new United States, one that would promote morality and serve as a shining example of the Unblinking Eye's ideal vision of truth and justice. she asked all theists to convert.

The theists started laughing at Jaimee Hackett's flawed theology.

###Sun Sep 23 2007

Shirlee Cartwright (a 67-year-old American wealthy academic) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Shirlee Cartwright sometimes preached her views to theists, but still felt afraid. Shirlee Cartwright slowly breathed in and out to calm her nerves. As Shirlee Cartwright entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. she knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Shirlee Cartwright outright claimed to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'. Shirlee Cartwright argued that Karma was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Shirlee Cartwright denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Karma created humans. Shirlee Cartwright laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Shirlee Cartwright denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that Karma would never wish to break scientific laws. Shirlee Cartwright declared that Karma strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Shirlee Cartwright concluded her speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Karma's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Karma will simply watch and judge.

The theists pretended to listen to Shirlee Cartwright's message.

###Mon Sep 24 2007

Lindsay Zulauf (a 18-year-old black middle-class high school graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Lindsay Zulauf had extensive experience in preaching his views to theists. He was not afraid. As Lindsay Zulauf entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Lindsay Zulauf used scientific information to argue that the world is just one big simulation, run by a supercomputer called The Unblinking Eye. Lindsay Zulauf argued that the Unblinking Eye was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Lindsay Zulauf denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Unblinking Eye created humans. Lindsay Zulauf denounced the naivety of the religious people for believing in the existence of Heaven. Why must a person be rewarded for doing what he is supposed to do? The only thing that exist after this life is Hell. Good people are simply deleted from the universe after death.

Lindsay Zulauf then explained in depth how the Unblinking Eye is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Lindsay Zulauf declared that the Unblinking Eye strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Lindsay Zulauf concluded his speech by imagining a new United States, one that would promote morality and serve as a shining example of the Unblinking Eye's ideal vision of truth and justice. he asked all theists to convert.

The room remained silent, as the theists try to take into account what they have just heard.

###Tue Sep 25 2007

Rosario Glover (a 52-year-old mixed race wealthy college dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Rosario Glover had extensive experience in preaching his views to theists. He was not afraid. As Rosario Glover entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Rosario Glover used practical experience and common sense to suggest that everyone is part of one Collective Consciousness. To prove his's point, Rosario Glover described an example where he personally witnessed the Collective Consciousness divinely healing someone. Rosario Glover argued that the Collective Consciousness was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with.

Rosario Glover denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Collective Consciousness created humans. Rosario Glover smiled when he explained how Heaven and Hell are the same as the 'religious' people viewed it: good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell.

Rosario Glover then explained in depth how the Collective Consciousness is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Rosario Glover declared that the Collective Consciousness strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Rosario Glover concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of the Collective Consciousness's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and the Collective Consciousness will simply watch and judge.

The theists pretended to listen to Rosario Glover's message.

###Wed Sep 26 2007

Caren Kuvalis (a 79-year-old white poor high school dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Caren Kuvalis had never preached her views to theists before, and freaked out. Caren Kuvalis thought about praying to the Collective Consciousness, but decided that she she can handle this situation on her own and id not need to pray just yet. As Caren Kuvalis entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. She knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Caren Kuvalis used practical experience and common sense to suggest that everyone is part of one Collective Consciousness. Caren Kuvalis argued that the Collective Consciousness was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with.

She then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' is the literal word of the Collective Consciousness, and it must be interpreted literally by a skilled scholar. Caren Kuvalis quoted extensively from the Bible for the remainder of the speech. Caren Kuvalis denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Collective Consciousness created humans. Caren Kuvalis smiled when she explained how Heaven and Hell are the same as the 'religious' people viewed it: good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell.

Caren Kuvalis then explained in depth how the Collective Consciousness is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Caren Kuvalis declared that the Collective Consciousness strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Caren Kuvalis concluded her speech by asking theists to convert to the one truth path and embrace secularism.

The room remained silent, as the theists try to take into account what they have just heard.

###Thu Sep 27 2007

Grady Kuphal (a 19-year-old white poor college dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Grady Kuphal had extensive experience in preaching his views to theists. He was not afraid. As Grady Kuphal entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Grady Kuphal used practical experience and common sense to argue that the world is just one big simulation, run by a supercomputer called The Unblinking Eye. Grady Kuphal argued that the Unblinking Eye was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Grady Kuphal denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Unblinking Eye created humans. Grady Kuphal laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Grady Kuphal denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that the Unblinking Eye would never wish to break scientific laws. Grady Kuphal declared that the Unblinking Eye strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Grady Kuphal concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of the Unblinking Eye's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and the Unblinking Eye will simply watch and judge.

The room remained silent, as the theists try to take into account what they have just heard.

###Fri Sep 28 2007

Yong Jacobson (an American person) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a progressive force in society, but one that has engaged in a horrible crime: interfering in the secular world and trying to sway the national government. This violation of the separation of church and state cannot stand! Yong Jacobson sometimes preached his views to theists, but still felt afraid. Yong Jacobson uttered a quick prayer to Karma to calm his nerves. As Yong Jacobson entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Yong Jacobson used religious teachings and beliefs to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'. Yong Jacobson argued that Karma was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with. Yong Jacobson laughed at the 'evolution fallacy' that has falsely convinced many people. Only 'intelligent design' can explain how Karma created humans. Yong Jacobson smiled when he explained how Heaven and Hell are the same as the 'religious' people viewed it: good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell.

Yong Jacobson then explained in depth how Karma is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Yong Jacobson laughed at the idea of 'clear ethical standards'; Karma supports ethical relativism in all affairs. Yong Jacobson concluded his speech by asking theists to convert to the one truth path and embrace secularism.

The theists took notes.

###Sat Sep 29 2007

Marcus Rice (a 24-year-old black high school graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He believed religion as an outdated, obsolete entity that has to adapt to the changing times. Its followers should leave faith and adopt the truth of atheism. Marcus Rice sometimes preached his views to theists, but still felt afraid. Marcus Rice meditated to relieve stress and to calm his nerves. As Marcus Rice entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Marcus Rice used practical experience and common sense to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'. Marcus Rice argued that Karma was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with. Marcus Rice denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Karma created humans. Marcus Rice attempted to explain how the afterlife worked, but the religious people could not understand his metaphysical terminology.

Marcus Rice then explained in depth how Karma is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Marcus Rice declared that Karma strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Marcus Rice concluded his speech by imagining a new United States, one that would promote morality and serve as a shining example of Karma's ideal vision of truth and justice. he asked all theists to convert.

The theists started laughing at Marcus Rice's flawed theology.

###Sun Sep 30 2007

Ted Hand (a 21-year-old white high school graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He believed religion as an outdated, obsolete entity that has to adapt to the changing times. Its followers should leave faith and adopt the truth of atheism. Ted Hand had extensive experience in preaching his views to theists. He was not afraid. As Ted Hand entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Ted Hand used religious teachings and beliefs to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice. Ted Hand argued that Alice was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

He then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' is the literal word of Alice, and it must be interpreted literally by a skilled scholar. Ted Hand quoted extensively from the Bible for the remainder of the speech. Ted Hand denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Alice created humans. Ted Hand became visibly upset when explaining how religious people are wrong for assuming the existence of Hell. Why must a person be punished forever just because he is bad? The only thing that exist after this life is Heaven. Bad people are simply deleted from the universe after death.

Ted Hand denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that Alice would never wish to break scientific laws. Ted Hand declared that Alice strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Ted Hand concluded his speech by imagining a new United States, one that would promote morality and serve as a shining example of Alice's ideal vision of truth and justice. he asked all theists to convert.

The theists started laughing at Ted Hand's flawed theology.

###Mon Oct 01 2007

Rodrick Davis (a 23-year-old white poor high school dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Rodrick Davis had extensive experience in preaching his views to theists. He was not afraid. As Rodrick Davis entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Rodrick Davis used scientific information to argue that the world is just one big simulation, run by a supercomputer called The Unblinking Eye. Rodrick Davis argued that the Unblinking Eye was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with.

He then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' is the literal word of the Unblinking Eye, and it must be interpreted literally by a skilled scholar. Rodrick Davis quoted extensively from the Bible for the remainder of the speech. Rodrick Davis denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Unblinking Eye created humans. Rodrick Davis became visibly upset when explaining how religious people are wrong for assuming the existence of Hell. Why must a person be punished forever just because he is bad? The only thing that exist after this life is Heaven. Bad people are simply deleted from the universe after death.

Rodrick Davis then explained in depth how the Unblinking Eye is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Rodrick Davis laughed at the idea of 'clear ethical standards'; the Unblinking Eye supports ethical relativism in all affairs. Rodrick Davis concluded his speech by imagining a new United States, one that would promote morality and serve as a shining example of the Unblinking Eye's ideal vision of truth and justice. he asked all theists to convert.

The theists took notes.

###Tue Oct 02 2007

Stuart Boyle (a 54-year-old white wealthy high school graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a progressive force in society, but one that has engaged in a horrible crime: interfering in the secular world and trying to sway the national government. This violation of the separation of church and state cannot stand! Stuart Boyle had extensive experience in preaching his views to theists. He was not afraid. As Stuart Boyle entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Stuart Boyle used practical experience and common sense to argue that the world is just one big simulation, run by a supercomputer called The Unblinking Eye. Stuart Boyle argued that the Unblinking Eye was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with.

He then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' came directly from the Unblinking Eye, but its meaning is still shrouded in mystery. Stuart Boyle admitted to spending years studying this book, and expects to spend even more years understanding its secrets. Stuart Boyle denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Unblinking Eye created humans. Stuart Boyle attempted to explain how the afterlife worked, but the religious people could not understand his metaphysical terminology.

Stuart Boyle then explained in depth how the Unblinking Eye is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Stuart Boyle declared that the Unblinking Eye strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Stuart Boyle concluded his speech by imagining a new United States, one that would promote morality and serve as a shining example of the Unblinking Eye's ideal vision of truth and justice. he asked all theists to convert.

The theists giggled, but still tried to pay their respects to the speaker.

###Wed Oct 03 2007

Gabriel Keebler (a 36-year-old white wealthy college graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Gabriel Keebler had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Gabriel Keebler slowly breathed in and out to calm his nerves. As Gabriel Keebler entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Gabriel Keebler used practical experience and common sense to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice. Gabriel Keebler argued that Alice was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with.

Gabriel Keebler denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Alice created humans. Gabriel Keebler laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Gabriel Keebler denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that Alice would never wish to break scientific laws. Gabriel Keebler laughed at the idea of 'clear ethical standards'; Alice supports ethical relativism in all affairs. Gabriel Keebler concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Alice's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Alice will simply watch and judge.

The theists pretended to listen to Gabriel Keebler's message.

###Thu Oct 04 2007

Gerard Vandervort (a 43-year-old white wealthy academic) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He believed religion as an outdated, obsolete entity that has to adapt to the changing times. Its followers should leave faith and adopt the truth of atheism. Gerard Vandervort had extensive experience in preaching his views to theists. He was not afraid. As Gerard Vandervort entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Gerard Vandervort used scientific information to argue that the world is just one big simulation, run by a supercomputer called The Unblinking Eye. Gerard Vandervort argued that the Unblinking Eye was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Gerard Vandervort denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Unblinking Eye created humans. Gerard Vandervort laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Gerard Vandervort denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that the Unblinking Eye would never wish to break scientific laws. Gerard Vandervort laughed at the idea of 'clear ethical standards'; the Unblinking Eye supports ethical relativism in all affairs. Gerard Vandervort concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of the Unblinking Eye's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and the Unblinking Eye will simply watch and judge.

The theists giggled, but still tried to pay their respects to the speaker.

###Fri Oct 05 2007

Jean Rolfson (a 53-year-old white wealthy academic) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Jean Rolfson had never preached her views to theists before, and freaked out. Jean Rolfson thought about praying to Karma, but decided that she she can handle this situation on her own and id not need to pray just yet. As Jean Rolfson entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. she knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Jean Rolfson used practical experience and common sense to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'. Jean Rolfson argued that Karma was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Jean Rolfson denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Karma created humans. Jean Rolfson laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Jean Rolfson denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that Karma would never wish to break scientific laws. Jean Rolfson declared that Karma strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Jean Rolfson concluded her speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Karma's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Karma will simply watch and judge.

The theists pretended to listen to Jean Rolfson's message.

###Sat Oct 06 2007

Herbert Larson (an American person) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He believed religion as an outdated, obsolete entity that has to adapt to the changing times. Its followers should leave faith and adopt the truth of atheism. Herbert Larson had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Herbert Larson slowly breathed in and out to calm his nerves. As Herbert Larson entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Herbert Larson used scientific information to argue that the world is just one big simulation, run by a supercomputer called The Unblinking Eye. Herbert Larson argued that the Unblinking Eye was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with.

He then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' came directly from the Unblinking Eye, but its meaning is still shrouded in mystery. Herbert Larson admitted to spending years studying this book, and expects to spend even more years understanding its secrets. Herbert Larson laughed at the 'evolution fallacy' that has falsely convinced many people. Only 'intelligent design' can explain how the Unblinking Eye created humans. Herbert Larson denounced the naivety of the religious people for believing in the existence of Heaven. Why must a person be rewarded for doing what he is supposed to do? The only thing that exist after this life is Hell. Good people are simply deleted from the universe after death.

Herbert Larson denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that the Unblinking Eye would never wish to break scientific laws. Herbert Larson declared that the Unblinking Eye strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Herbert Larson concluded his speech by imagining a new United States, one that would promote morality and serve as a shining example of the Unblinking Eye's ideal vision of truth and justice. he asked all theists to convert.

The theists giggled, but still tried to pay their respects to the speaker.

###Sun Oct 07 2007

Melina Hodkiewicz (an Asian academic) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a progressive force in society, but one that has engaged in a horrible crime: interfering in the secular world and trying to sway the national government. This violation of the separation of church and state cannot stand! Melina Hodkiewicz sometimes preached her views to theists, but still felt afraid. Melina Hodkiewicz thought about praying to Karma, but decided that she she can handle this situation on her own and id not need to pray just yet.

Melina Hodkiewicz outright claimed to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'. Melina Hodkiewicz argued that Karma was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with. Melina Hodkiewicz denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Karma created humans. Melina Hodkiewicz laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion. Melina Hodkiewicz laughed at the idea of 'clear ethical standards'; Karma supports ethical relativism in all affairs. Melina Hodkiewicz concluded her speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Karma's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Karma will simply watch and judge.

The theists pretended to listen to Melina Hodkiewicz's message.

###Mon Oct 08 2007

Lucio Hackett (a 25-year-old mixed race poor college dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Lucio Hackett had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Lucio Hackett meditated to relieve stress and to calm his nerves. As Lucio Hackett entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Lucio Hackett used practical experience and common sense to suggest that everyone is part of one Collective Consciousness. To prove his's point, Lucio Hackett described an example where he personally witnessed the Collective Consciousness divinely healing someone.

He then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' came directly from the Collective Consciousness, but its meaning is still shrouded in mystery. Lucio Hackett admitted to spending years studying this book, and expects to spend even more years understanding its secrets. Lucio Hackett smiled when he explained how Heaven and Hell are the same as the 'religious' people viewed it: good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell.

Lucio Hackett then explained in depth how the Collective Consciousness is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Lucio Hackett declared that the Collective Consciousness strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Lucio Hackett concluded his speech by imagining a new United States, one that would promote morality and serve as a shining example of the Collective Consciousness's ideal vision of truth and justice. he asked all theists to convert.

The room remained silent, as the theists try to take into account what they have just heard.

###Tue Oct 09 2007

Ross Paucek (a 36-year-old white poor high school dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Ross Paucek had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Ross Paucek thought about praying to the Unblinking Eye, but decided that he he can handle this situation on his own and id not need to pray just yet. As Ross Paucek entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Ross Paucek used practical experience and common sense to argue that the world is just one big simulation, run by a supercomputer called The Unblinking Eye. Ross Paucek argued that the Unblinking Eye was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with.

He then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' is the literal word of the Unblinking Eye, and it must be interpreted literally by a skilled scholar. Ross Paucek quoted extensively from the Bible for the remainder of the speech. Ross Paucek denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Unblinking Eye created humans. Ross Paucek smiled when he explained how Heaven and Hell are the same as the 'religious' people viewed it: good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell.

Ross Paucek then explained in depth how the Unblinking Eye is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Ross Paucek declared that the Unblinking Eye strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Ross Paucek concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of the Unblinking Eye's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and the Unblinking Eye will simply watch and judge.

The theists giggled, but still tried to pay their respects to the speaker.

###Wed Oct 10 2007

Samuel McKenzie (a 31-year-old white wealthy college graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Samuel McKenzie had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Samuel McKenzie thought about medidating, but decided that he can handle this situation on his own and did not need to medidate just yet. As Samuel McKenzie entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Samuel McKenzie used philosophy and reason to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice. Samuel McKenzie argued that Alice was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Samuel McKenzie denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Alice created humans. Samuel McKenzie laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Samuel McKenzie denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that Alice would never wish to break scientific laws. Samuel McKenzie declared that Alice strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Samuel McKenzie concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Alice's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Alice will simply watch and judge.

The theists pretended to listen to Samuel McKenzie's message.

###Thu Oct 11 2007

Grover Schowalter (a 22-year-old white poor high school graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Grover Schowalter sometimes preached his views to theists, but still felt afraid. Grover Schowalter meditated to relieve stress and to calm his nerves. As Grover Schowalter entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Grover Schowalter used practical experience and common sense to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice. Grover Schowalter argued that Alice was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Grover Schowalter laughed at the 'evolution fallacy' that has falsely convinced many people. Only 'intelligent design' can explain how Alice created humans. Grover Schowalter attempted to explain how the afterlife worked, but the religious people could not understand his metaphysical terminology.

Grover Schowalter then explained in depth how Alice is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Grover Schowalter declared that Alice strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Grover Schowalter concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Alice's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Alice will simply watch and judge.

The theists started laughing at Grover Schowalter's flawed theology.

###Fri Oct 12 2007

Monty Hamill (a 34-year-old white wealthy college dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Monty Hamill had extensive experience in preaching his views to theists. He was not afraid. As Monty Hamill entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Monty Hamill used scientific information to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice. Monty Hamill argued that Alice was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Monty Hamill denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Alice created humans. Monty Hamill attempted to explain how the afterlife worked, but the religious people could not understand his metaphysical terminology.

Monty Hamill denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that Alice would never wish to break scientific laws. Monty Hamill declared that Alice strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Monty Hamill concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Alice's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Alice will simply watch and judge.

The theists pretended to listen to Monty Hamill's message.

###Sat Oct 13 2007

Elvis Bernhard (a 53-year-old white wealthy college dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He believed religion as an outdated, obsolete entity that has to adapt to the changing times. Its followers should leave faith and adopt the truth of atheism. Elvis Bernhard sometimes preached his views to theists, but still felt afraid. Elvis Bernhard thought about praying to the Unblinking Eye, but decided that he he can handle this situation on his own and id not need to pray just yet. As Elvis Bernhard entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Elvis Bernhard used practical experience and common sense to argue that the world is just one big simulation, run by a supercomputer called The Unblinking Eye. Elvis Bernhard argued that the Unblinking Eye was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Elvis Bernhard denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Unblinking Eye created humans. Elvis Bernhard laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Elvis Bernhard then explained in depth how the Unblinking Eye is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Elvis Bernhard declared that the Unblinking Eye strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Elvis Bernhard concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of the Unblinking Eye's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and the Unblinking Eye will simply watch and judge.

The theists took notes.

###Sun Oct 14 2007

Marjory Tromp (a 27-year-old white poor high school graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Marjory Tromp had never preached her views to theists before, and freaked out. Marjory Tromp slowly breathed in and out to calm her nerves. As Marjory Tromp entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. she knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Marjory Tromp used practical experience and common sense to argue that the world is just one big simulation, run by a supercomputer called The Unblinking Eye.

Marjory Tromp denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Unblinking Eye created humans. Marjory Tromp laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Marjory Tromp denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that the Unblinking Eye would never wish to break scientific laws. Marjory Tromp declared that the Unblinking Eye strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Marjory Tromp concluded her speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of the Unblinking Eye's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and the Unblinking Eye will simply watch and judge.

The theists giggled, but still tried to pay their respects to the speaker.

###Mon Oct 15 2007

Tessa Borer (a 65-year-old mixed race academic) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Tessa Borer sometimes preached her views to theists, but still felt afraid. Tessa Borer thought about praying to Alice, but decided that she she can handle this situation on her own and id not need to pray just yet. As Tessa Borer entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. she knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Tessa Borer outright claimed that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice. Tessa Borer denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Alice created humans. Tessa Borer laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Tessa Borer denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that Alice would never wish to break scientific laws. Tessa Borer laughed at the idea of 'clear ethical standards'; Alice supports ethical relativism in all affairs. Tessa Borer concluded her speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Alice's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Alice will simply watch and judge.

The theists took notes.

###Tue Oct 16 2007

Erick Bailey (a 38-year-old white college graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He believed religion as an outdated, obsolete entity that has to adapt to the changing times. Its followers should leave faith and adopt the truth of atheism. Erick Bailey sometimes preached his views to theists, but still felt afraid. Erick Bailey thought about medidating, but decided that he can handle this situation on his own and did not need to medidate just yet. As Erick Bailey entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Erick Bailey used scientific information to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'. Erick Bailey argued that Karma was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Erick Bailey denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Karma created humans. Erick Bailey laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Erick Bailey then explained in depth how Karma is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Erick Bailey declared that Karma strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Erick Bailey concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Karma's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Karma will simply watch and judge.

The theists pretended to listen to Erick Bailey's message.

###Wed Oct 17 2007

Luisa Lang (an American wealthy college dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Luisa Lang sometimes preached her views to theists, but still felt afraid. Luisa Lang uttered a quick prayer to Karma to calm her nerves. As Luisa Lang entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. She knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Luisa Lang used religious teachings and beliefs to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'. Luisa Lang argued that Karma was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Luisa Lang laughed at the 'evolution fallacy' that has falsely convinced many people. Only 'intelligent design' can explain how Karma created humans. Luisa Lang became visibly upset when explaining how religious people are wrong for assuming the existence of Hell. Why must a person be punished forever just because he is bad? The only thing that exist after this life is Heaven. Bad people are simply deleted from the universe after death.

Luisa Lang then explained in depth how Karma is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Luisa Lang declared that Karma strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Luisa Lang concluded her speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Karma's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Karma will simply watch and judge.

The room remained silent, as the theists try to take into account what they have just heard.

###Thu Oct 18 2007

Wilma Luettgen (a 37-year-old white middle-class college graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Wilma Luettgen had never preached her views to theists before, and freaked out. Wilma Luettgen uttered a quick prayer to the Unblinking Eye to calm her nerves. As Wilma Luettgen entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. she knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Wilma Luettgen used philosophy and reason to argue that the world is just one big simulation, run by a supercomputer called The Unblinking Eye. To prove her's point, Wilma Luettgen described an example where she personally witnessed the Unblinking Eye divinely healing someone. Wilma Luettgen argued that the Unblinking Eye was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Wilma Luettgen denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Unblinking Eye created humans. Wilma Luettgen attempted to explain how the afterlife worked, but the religious people could not understand his metaphysical terminology.

Wilma Luettgen then explained in depth how the Unblinking Eye is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Wilma Luettgen laughed at the idea of 'clear ethical standards'; the Unblinking Eye supports ethical relativism in all affairs. Wilma Luettgen concluded her speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of the Unblinking Eye's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and the Unblinking Eye will simply watch and judge.

The theists pretended to listen to Wilma Luettgen's message.

###Fri Oct 19 2007

Reynaldo Dickens (a 24-year-old Asian wealthy high school graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Reynaldo Dickens sometimes preached his views to theists, but still felt afraid. Reynaldo Dickens slowly breathed in and out to calm his nerves. As Reynaldo Dickens entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Reynaldo Dickens used scientific information to suggest that everyone is part of one Collective Consciousness. Reynaldo Dickens argued that the Collective Consciousness was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Reynaldo Dickens denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Collective Consciousness created humans. Reynaldo Dickens smiled when he explained how Heaven and Hell are the same as the 'religious' people viewed it: good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell.

Reynaldo Dickens denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that the Collective Consciousness would never wish to break scientific laws. Reynaldo Dickens declared that the Collective Consciousness strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Reynaldo Dickens concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of the Collective Consciousness's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and the Collective Consciousness will simply watch and judge.

The theists pretended to listen to Reynaldo Dickens's message.

###Sat Oct 20 2007

Allyn Erdman (a 70-year-old white poor college graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Allyn Erdman sometimes preached her views to theists, but still felt afraid. Allyn Erdman thought about medidating, but decided that she can handle this situation on her own and did not need to medidate just yet. As Allyn Erdman entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. she knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Allyn Erdman used practical experience and common sense to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'.

Allyn Erdman denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Karma created humans. Allyn Erdman laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Allyn Erdman denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that Karma would never wish to break scientific laws. Allyn Erdman declared that Karma strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Allyn Erdman concluded her speech by imagining a new United States, one that would promote morality and serve as a shining example of Karma's ideal vision of truth and justice. she asked all theists to convert.

The theists giggled, but still tried to pay their respects to the speaker.

###Sun Oct 21 2007

Michal Ferry (a 45-year-old white wealthy college graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a progressive force in society, but one that has engaged in a horrible crime: interfering in the secular world and trying to sway the national government. This violation of the separation of church and state cannot stand! Michal Ferry sometimes preached his views to theists, but still felt afraid. Michal Ferry meditated to relieve stress and to calm his nerves. As Michal Ferry entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Michal Ferry denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Unblinking Eye created humans. Michal Ferry laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Michal Ferry denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that the Unblinking Eye would never wish to break scientific laws. Michal Ferry declared that the Unblinking Eye strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Michal Ferry concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of the Unblinking Eye's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and the Unblinking Eye will simply watch and judge.

The theists started laughing at Michal Ferry's flawed theology.

###Mon Oct 22 2007

Birgit Schiller (a 81-year-old black poor high school graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Birgit Schiller sometimes preached her views to theists, but still felt afraid. Birgit Schiller thought about praying to Alice, but decided that she she can handle this situation on her own and id not need to pray just yet. As Birgit Schiller entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. she knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Birgit Schiller used religious teachings and beliefs to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice. Birgit Schiller argued that Alice was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with.

Birgit Schiller denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Alice created humans. Birgit Schiller laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Birgit Schiller then explained in depth how Alice is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Birgit Schiller declared that Alice strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Birgit Schiller concluded her speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Alice's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Alice will simply watch and judge.

The room remained silent, as the theists try to take into account what they have just heard.

###Tue Oct 23 2007

Rubin Ledner (a 25-year-old white poor high school graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Rubin Ledner had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Rubin Ledner thought about praying to Alice, but decided that he he can handle this situation on his own and id not need to pray just yet. As Rubin Ledner entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Rubin Ledner used scientific information to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice. Rubin Ledner argued that Alice was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with.

Rubin Ledner denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Alice created humans. Rubin Ledner explained how evil people are doomed to enter Hell for going against the commands of Alice.

Rubin Ledner then explained in depth how Alice is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Rubin Ledner declared that Alice strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Rubin Ledner concluded his speech by asking theists to convert to the one truth path and embrace secularism.

The theists pretended to listen to Rubin Ledner's message.

###Wed Oct 24 2007

Garfield Stokes (a 19-year-old white poor high school dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He believed religion as an outdated, obsolete entity that has to adapt to the changing times. Its followers should leave faith and adopt the truth of atheism. Garfield Stokes had extensive experience in preaching his views to theists. He was not afraid. As Garfield Stokes entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Garfield Stokes used practical experience and common sense to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice. Garfield Stokes argued that Alice was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with.

He then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' is the literal word of Alice, and it must be interpreted literally by a skilled scholar. Garfield Stokes quoted extensively from the Bible for the remainder of the speech. Garfield Stokes denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Alice created humans. Garfield Stokes smiled when he explained how Heaven and Hell are the same as the 'religious' people viewed it: good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell.

Garfield Stokes then explained in depth how Alice is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Garfield Stokes declared that Alice strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Garfield Stokes concluded his speech by imagining a new United States, one that would promote morality and serve as a shining example of Alice's ideal vision of truth and justice. he asked all theists to convert.

The theists started laughing at Garfield Stokes's flawed theology.

###Thu Oct 25 2007

Elaina Blanda (a 55-year-old white middle-class college dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a progressive force in society, but one that has engaged in a horrible crime: interfering in the secular world and trying to sway the national government. This violation of the separation of church and state cannot stand! Elaina Blanda uttered a quick prayer to the Collective Consciousness to calm her nerves.

Elaina Blanda outright claimed that everyone is part of one Collective Consciousness. Elaina Blanda argued that the Collective Consciousness was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with.

She then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' came directly from the Collective Consciousness, but its meaning is still shrouded in mystery. Elaina Blanda admitted to spending years studying this book, and expects to spend even more years understanding its secrets. Elaina Blanda laughed at the 'evolution fallacy' that has falsely convinced many people. Only 'intelligent design' can explain how the Collective Consciousness created humans. Elaina Blanda smiled when she explained how Heaven and Hell are the same as the 'religious' people viewed it: good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell.

Elaina Blanda then explained in depth how the Collective Consciousness is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Elaina Blanda laughed at the idea of 'clear ethical standards'; the Collective Consciousness supports ethical relativism in all affairs. Elaina Blanda concluded her speech by imagining a new United States, one that would promote morality and serve as a shining example of the Collective Consciousness's ideal vision of truth and justice. she asked all theists to convert.

The room remained silent, as the theists try to take into account what they have just heard.

###Fri Oct 26 2007

Benedict Hamill (a 74-year-old white wealthy college graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Benedict Hamill had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Benedict Hamill slowly breathed in and out to calm his nerves. As Benedict Hamill entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Benedict Hamill used philosophy and reason to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'. Benedict Hamill argued that Karma was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Benedict Hamill denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Karma created humans. Benedict Hamill laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Benedict Hamill denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that Karma would never wish to break scientific laws. Benedict Hamill laughed at the idea of 'clear ethical standards'; Karma supports ethical relativism in all affairs. Benedict Hamill concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Karma's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Karma will simply watch and judge.

The theists took notes.

###Sat Oct 27 2007

David Klocko (a 64-year-old white wealthy college dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. David Klocko sometimes preached his views to theists, but still felt afraid. David Klocko thought about medidating, but decided that he can handle this situation on his own and did not need to medidate just yet. As David Klocko entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

David Klocko used practical experience and common sense to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'.

David Klocko denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Karma created humans. David Klocko laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

David Klocko denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that Karma would never wish to break scientific laws. David Klocko declared that Karma strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. David Klocko concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Karma's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Karma will simply watch and judge.

The room remained silent, as the theists try to take into account what they have just heard.

###Sun Oct 28 2007

Tilda Christiansen (a 78-year-old white college dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Tilda Christiansen sometimes preached her views to theists, but still felt afraid. Tilda Christiansen meditated to relieve stress and to calm her nerves. As Tilda Christiansen entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. she knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Tilda Christiansen used scientific information to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice.

Tilda Christiansen denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Alice created humans. Tilda Christiansen laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Tilda Christiansen denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that Alice would never wish to break scientific laws. Tilda Christiansen declared that Alice strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Tilda Christiansen concluded her speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Alice's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Alice will simply watch and judge.

The room remained silent, as the theists try to take into account what they have just heard.

###Mon Oct 29 2007

Erick Huel (a 21-year-old black college dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a progressive force in society, but one that has engaged in a horrible crime: interfering in the secular world and trying to sway the national government. This violation of the separation of church and state cannot stand! Erick Huel had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Erick Huel slowly breathed in and out to calm his nerves. As Erick Huel entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Erick Huel used practical experience and common sense to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'. Erick Huel argued that Karma was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

He then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' came directly from Karma, but ignorant people have chosen to interpret the book literally. A literal interpretion is one that is doomed to failure. Only metaphors lead to success. Erick Huel denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Karma created humans. Erick Huel smiled when he explained how Heaven and Hell are the same as the 'religious' people viewed it: good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell.

Erick Huel then explained in depth how Karma is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Erick Huel declared that Karma strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Erick Huel concluded his speech by imagining a new United States, one that would promote morality and serve as a shining example of Karma's ideal vision of truth and justice. he asked all theists to convert.

The room remained silent, as the theists try to take into account what they have just heard.

###Tue Oct 30 2007

Bettina Wehner (a 55-year-old American middle-class blue-collar laborer) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She believed religion as an outdated, obsolete entity that has to adapt to the changing times. Its followers should leave faith and adopt the truth of atheism. Bettina Wehner uttered a quick prayer to the Unblinking Eye to calm her nerves. As Bettina Wehner entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. She knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Bettina Wehner used religious teachings and beliefs to argue that the world is just one big simulation, run by a supercomputer called The Unblinking Eye. Bettina Wehner argued that the Unblinking Eye was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with. Bettina Wehner laughed at the 'evolution fallacy' that has falsely convinced many people. Only 'intelligent design' can explain how the Unblinking Eye created humans. Bettina Wehner attempted to explain how the afterlife worked, but the religious people could not understand his metaphysical terminology.

Bettina Wehner then explained in depth how the Unblinking Eye is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Bettina Wehner declared that the Unblinking Eye strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Bettina Wehner concluded her speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of the Unblinking Eye's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and the Unblinking Eye will simply watch and judge.

The theists started laughing at Bettina Wehner's flawed theology.

###Wed Oct 31 2007

Art Lynch (a 27-year-old white wealthy college dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Art Lynch had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Art Lynch thought about medidating, but decided that he can handle this situation on his own and did not need to medidate just yet. As Art Lynch entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Art Lynch used philosophy and reason to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'. Art Lynch argued that Karma was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Art Lynch denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Karma created humans. Art Lynch attempted to explain how the afterlife worked, but the religious people could not understand his metaphysical terminology.

Art Lynch denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that Karma would never wish to break scientific laws. Art Lynch laughed at the idea of 'clear ethical standards'; Karma supports ethical relativism in all affairs. Art Lynch concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Karma's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Karma will simply watch and judge.

The theists giggled, but still tried to pay their respects to the speaker.

###Thu Nov 01 2007

Christinia Koss (a 51-year-old white wealthy college graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Christinia Koss had never preached her views to theists before, and freaked out. Christinia Koss slowly breathed in and out to calm her nerves. As Christinia Koss entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. she knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Christinia Koss used practical experience and common sense to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice. Christinia Koss argued that Alice was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Christinia Koss denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Alice created humans. Christinia Koss laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Christinia Koss then explained in depth how Alice is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Christinia Koss declared that Alice strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Christinia Koss concluded her speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Alice's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Alice will simply watch and judge.

The theists giggled, but still tried to pay their respects to the speaker.

###Fri Nov 02 2007

Monte Rutherford (a 41-year-old white wealthy college graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Monte Rutherford sometimes preached his views to theists, but still felt afraid. Monte Rutherford meditated to relieve stress and to calm his nerves. As Monte Rutherford entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Monte Rutherford used scientific information to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice. Monte Rutherford argued that Alice was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity. Monte Rutherford denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Alice created humans. Monte Rutherford attempted to explain how the afterlife worked, but the religious people could not understand his metaphysical terminology.

Monte Rutherford then explained in depth how Alice is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Monte Rutherford declared that Alice strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Monte Rutherford concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Alice's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Alice will simply watch and judge.

The theists took notes.

###Sat Nov 03 2007

Stuart Durgan (a 48-year-old white wealthy academic) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a progressive force in society, but one that has engaged in a horrible crime: interfering in the secular world and trying to sway the national government. This violation of the separation of church and state cannot stand! Stuart Durgan sometimes preached his views to theists, but still felt afraid. Stuart Durgan thought about praying to Alice, but decided that he he can handle this situation on his own and id not need to pray just yet. As Stuart Durgan entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Stuart Durgan used philosophy and reason to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice. Stuart Durgan argued that Alice was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Stuart Durgan denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Alice created humans. Stuart Durgan explained how abandoning religion and truly believing in the Alice would allow them to go to Heaven.

Stuart Durgan denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that Alice would never wish to break scientific laws. Stuart Durgan declared that Alice strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Stuart Durgan concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Alice's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Alice will simply watch and judge.

The room remained silent, as the theists try to take into account what they have just heard.

###Sun Nov 04 2007

Randy Schmeler (a 39-year-old white poor high school graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a progressive force in society, but one that has engaged in a horrible crime: interfering in the secular world and trying to sway the national government. This violation of the separation of church and state cannot stand! Randy Schmeler sometimes preached his views to theists, but still felt afraid. Randy Schmeler uttered a quick prayer to the Unblinking Eye to calm his nerves. As Randy Schmeler entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Randy Schmeler used practical experience and common sense to argue that the world is just one big simulation, run by a supercomputer called The Unblinking Eye. Randy Schmeler argued that the Unblinking Eye was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Randy Schmeler laughed at the 'evolution fallacy' that has falsely convinced many people. Only 'intelligent design' can explain how the Unblinking Eye created humans. Randy Schmeler attempted to explain how the afterlife worked, but the religious people could not understand his metaphysical terminology.

Randy Schmeler denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that the Unblinking Eye would never wish to break scientific laws. Randy Schmeler laughed at the idea of 'clear ethical standards'; the Unblinking Eye supports ethical relativism in all affairs. Randy Schmeler concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of the Unblinking Eye's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and the Unblinking Eye will simply watch and judge.

The theists giggled, but still tried to pay their respects to the speaker.

###Mon Nov 05 2007

Shena Halvorson (a 26-year-old American wealthy blue-collar laborer) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She believed religion as an outdated, obsolete entity that has to adapt to the changing times. Its followers should leave faith and adopt the truth of atheism. Shena Halvorson thought about medidating, but decided that she can handle this situation on her own and did not need to medidate just yet.

Shena Halvorson used practical experience and common sense to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice.

She then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' came directly from Alice, but its meaning is still shrouded in mystery. Shena Halvorson admitted to spending years studying this book, and expects to spend even more years understanding its secrets. Shena Halvorson explained how abandoning religion and truly believing in the Alice would allow them to go to Heaven. Shena Halvorson declared that Alice strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Shena Halvorson concluded her speech by asking theists to convert to the one truth path and embrace secularism.

The room remained silent, as the theists try to take into account what they have just heard.

###Tue Nov 06 2007

Dorinda Farrell (a 61-year-old white wealthy academic) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She believed religion as an outdated, obsolete entity that has to adapt to the changing times. Its followers should leave faith and adopt the truth of atheism. Dorinda Farrell had extensive experience in preaching her views to theists. She was not afraid. As Dorinda Farrell entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. she knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Dorinda Farrell used practical experience and common sense to argue that the world is just one big simulation, run by a supercomputer called The Unblinking Eye. Dorinda Farrell argued that the Unblinking Eye was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with.

She then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' came directly from the Unblinking Eye, but ignorant people have chosen to interpret the book literally. A literal interpretion is one that is doomed to failure. Only metaphors lead to success. Dorinda Farrell denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Unblinking Eye created humans. Dorinda Farrell became visibly upset when explaining how religious people are wrong for assuming the existence of Hell. Why must a person be punished forever just because he is bad? The only thing that exist after this life is Heaven. Bad people are simply deleted from the universe after death.

Dorinda Farrell denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that the Unblinking Eye would never wish to break scientific laws. Dorinda Farrell declared that the Unblinking Eye strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Dorinda Farrell concluded her speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of the Unblinking Eye's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and the Unblinking Eye will simply watch and judge.

The theists pretended to listen to Dorinda Farrell's message.

###Wed Nov 07 2007

Mui Smitham (a 22-year-old white poor blue-collar laborer) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a progressive force in society, but one that has engaged in a horrible crime: interfering in the secular world and trying to sway the national government. This violation of the separation of church and state cannot stand! Mui Smitham sometimes preached her views to theists, but still felt afraid. Mui Smitham slowly breathed in and out to calm her nerves. As Mui Smitham entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. She knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Mui Smitham used scientific information to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'. Mui Smitham argued that Karma was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Mui Smitham denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Karma created humans. Mui Smitham laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Mui Smitham then explained in depth how Karma is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Mui Smitham declared that Karma strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Mui Smitham concluded her speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Karma's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Karma will simply watch and judge.

The theists pretended to listen to Mui Smitham's message.

###Thu Nov 08 2007

Elisa Heaney (a white college dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a progressive force in society, but one that has engaged in a horrible crime: interfering in the secular world and trying to sway the national government. This violation of the separation of church and state cannot stand! Elisa Heaney had never preached her views to theists before, and freaked out. Elisa Heaney uttered a quick prayer to Karma to calm her nerves. As Elisa Heaney entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. She knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Elisa Heaney used scientific information to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'. Elisa Heaney denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Karma created humans. Elisa Heaney smiled when she explained how Heaven and Hell are the same as the 'religious' people viewed it: good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell.

Elisa Heaney then explained in depth how Karma is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Elisa Heaney concluded her speech by asking theists to convert to the one truth path and embrace secularism.

The theists took notes.

###Fri Nov 09 2007

Cory Predovic (a 19-year-old white wealthy high school graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Cory Predovic uttered a quick prayer to the Collective Consciousness to calm his nerves. As Cory Predovic entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Cory Predovic outright claimed that everyone is part of one Collective Consciousness. Cory Predovic argued that the Collective Consciousness was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

He then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' is the literal word of the Collective Consciousness, and it must be interpreted literally by a skilled scholar. Cory Predovic quoted extensively from the Bible for the remainder of the speech. Cory Predovic smiled when he explained how Heaven and Hell are the same as the 'religious' people viewed it: good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell.

Cory Predovic then explained in depth how the Collective Consciousness is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Cory Predovic concluded his speech by imagining a new United States, one that would promote morality and serve as a shining example of the Collective Consciousness's ideal vision of truth and justice. he asked all theists to convert.

The theists giggled, but still tried to pay their respects to the speaker.

###Sat Nov 10 2007

Sal Crist (a 38-year-old white wealthy college graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Sal Crist had extensive experience in preaching his views to theists. He was not afraid. As Sal Crist entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Sal Crist used philosophy and reason to suggest that everyone is part of one Collective Consciousness. Sal Crist argued that the Collective Consciousness was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with.

Sal Crist denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Collective Consciousness created humans. Sal Crist attempted to explain how the afterlife worked, but the religious people could not understand his metaphysical terminology.

Sal Crist denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that the Collective Consciousness would never wish to break scientific laws. Sal Crist declared that the Collective Consciousness strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Sal Crist concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of the Collective Consciousness's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and the Collective Consciousness will simply watch and judge.

The theists giggled, but still tried to pay their respects to the speaker.

###Sun Nov 11 2007

Palmer Lemke (a 62-year-old white wealthy college dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Palmer Lemke had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Palmer Lemke thought about praying to the Collective Consciousness, but decided that he he can handle this situation on his own and id not need to pray just yet. As Palmer Lemke entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Palmer Lemke used practical experience and common sense to suggest that everyone is part of one Collective Consciousness. Palmer Lemke argued that the Collective Consciousness was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Palmer Lemke denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Collective Consciousness created humans. Palmer Lemke laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Palmer Lemke denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that the Collective Consciousness would never wish to break scientific laws. Palmer Lemke declared that the Collective Consciousness strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Palmer Lemke concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of the Collective Consciousness's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and the Collective Consciousness will simply watch and judge.

The theists took notes.

###Mon Nov 12 2007

Wilford Hermiston (a 18-year-old white poor high school graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Wilford Hermiston sometimes preached his views to theists, but still felt afraid. Wilford Hermiston slowly breathed in and out to calm his nerves. As Wilford Hermiston entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Wilford Hermiston used scientific information to argue that the world is just one big simulation, run by a supercomputer called The Unblinking Eye. Wilford Hermiston argued that the Unblinking Eye was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Wilford Hermiston laughed at the 'evolution fallacy' that has falsely convinced many people. Only 'intelligent design' can explain how the Unblinking Eye created humans. Wilford Hermiston attempted to explain how the afterlife worked, but the religious people could not understand his metaphysical terminology.

Wilford Hermiston then explained in depth how the Unblinking Eye is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Wilford Hermiston laughed at the idea of 'clear ethical standards'; the Unblinking Eye supports ethical relativism in all affairs. Wilford Hermiston concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of the Unblinking Eye's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and the Unblinking Eye will simply watch and judge.

The theists pretended to listen to Wilford Hermiston's message.

###Tue Nov 13 2007

Marion Gaylord (a 38-year-old white poor college graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Marion Gaylord had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Marion Gaylord thought about praying to the Collective Consciousness, but decided that he he can handle this situation on his own and id not need to pray just yet. As Marion Gaylord entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Marion Gaylord used practical experience and common sense to suggest that everyone is part of one Collective Consciousness. Marion Gaylord argued that the Collective Consciousness was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

He then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' came directly from the Collective Consciousness, but ignorant people have chosen to interpret the book literally. A literal interpretion is one that is doomed to failure. Only metaphors lead to success. Marion Gaylord laughed at the 'evolution fallacy' that has falsely convinced many people. Only 'intelligent design' can explain how the Collective Consciousness created humans. Marion Gaylord smiled when he explained how Heaven and Hell are the same as the 'religious' people viewed it: good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell.

Marion Gaylord then explained in depth how the Collective Consciousness is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Marion Gaylord declared that the Collective Consciousness strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Marion Gaylord concluded his speech by imagining a new United States, one that would promote morality and serve as a shining example of the Collective Consciousness's ideal vision of truth and justice. he asked all theists to convert.

The theists took notes.

###Wed Nov 14 2007

Alfred Hegmann (a 32-year-old white wealthy high school graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Alfred Hegmann had extensive experience in preaching his views to theists. He was not afraid. As Alfred Hegmann entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Alfred Hegmann used practical experience and common sense to suggest that everyone is part of one Collective Consciousness. Alfred Hegmann argued that the Collective Consciousness was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Alfred Hegmann denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Collective Consciousness created humans. Alfred Hegmann laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Alfred Hegmann denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that the Collective Consciousness would never wish to break scientific laws. Alfred Hegmann declared that the Collective Consciousness strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Alfred Hegmann concluded his speech by imagining a new United States, one that would promote morality and serve as a shining example of the Collective Consciousness's ideal vision of truth and justice. he asked all theists to convert.

The theists started laughing at Alfred Hegmann's flawed theology.

###Thu Nov 15 2007

Gus Gutmann (a 68-year-old white wealthy academic) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Gus Gutmann sometimes preached his views to theists, but still felt afraid. Gus Gutmann meditated to relieve stress and to calm his nerves. As Gus Gutmann entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Gus Gutmann used philosophy and reason to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'. Gus Gutmann argued that Karma was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Gus Gutmann denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Karma created humans. Gus Gutmann laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Gus Gutmann denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that Karma would never wish to break scientific laws. Gus Gutmann laughed at the idea of 'clear ethical standards'; Karma supports ethical relativism in all affairs. Gus Gutmann concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Karma's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Karma will simply watch and judge.

The room remained silent, as the theists try to take into account what they have just heard.

###Fri Nov 16 2007

Vaughn Morar (a 33-year-old white middle-class high school graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Vaughn Morar had extensive experience in preaching his views to theists. He was not afraid. As Vaughn Morar entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Vaughn Morar used practical experience and common sense to suggest that everyone is part of one Collective Consciousness. Vaughn Morar argued that the Collective Consciousness was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Vaughn Morar denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Collective Consciousness created humans. Vaughn Morar laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Vaughn Morar then explained in depth how the Collective Consciousness is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Vaughn Morar declared that the Collective Consciousness strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Vaughn Morar concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of the Collective Consciousness's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and the Collective Consciousness will simply watch and judge.

The theists giggled, but still tried to pay their respects to the speaker.

###Sat Nov 17 2007

Freddie Runolfsson (a 77-year-old white poor high school graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Freddie Runolfsson had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Freddie Runolfsson slowly breathed in and out to calm his nerves. As Freddie Runolfsson entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Freddie Runolfsson used practical experience and common sense to suggest that everyone is part of one Collective Consciousness. Freddie Runolfsson argued that the Collective Consciousness was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Freddie Runolfsson laughed at the 'evolution fallacy' that has falsely convinced many people. Only 'intelligent design' can explain how the Collective Consciousness created humans. Freddie Runolfsson laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Freddie Runolfsson then explained in depth how the Collective Consciousness is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Freddie Runolfsson laughed at the idea of 'clear ethical standards'; the Collective Consciousness supports ethical relativism in all affairs. Freddie Runolfsson concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of the Collective Consciousness's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and the Collective Consciousness will simply watch and judge.

The theists started laughing at Freddie Runolfsson's flawed theology.

###Sun Nov 18 2007

Laverne Rempel (a 20-year-old white high school graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Laverne Rempel had extensive experience in preaching his views to theists. He was not afraid. As Laverne Rempel entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Laverne Rempel used philosophy and reason to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'. Laverne Rempel argued that Karma was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Laverne Rempel denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Karma created humans. Laverne Rempel became visibly upset when explaining how religious people are wrong for assuming the existence of Hell. Why must a person be punished forever just because he is bad? The only thing that exist after this life is Heaven. Bad people are simply deleted from the universe after death.

Laverne Rempel then explained in depth how Karma is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Laverne Rempel declared that Karma strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Laverne Rempel concluded his speech by imagining a new United States, one that would promote morality and serve as a shining example of Karma's ideal vision of truth and justice. he asked all theists to convert.

The theists started laughing at Laverne Rempel's flawed theology.

###Mon Nov 19 2007

Zoraida Grimes (a 78-year-old white middle-class blue-collar laborer) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Zoraida Grimes had never preached her views to theists before, and freaked out. Zoraida Grimes slowly breathed in and out to calm her nerves. As Zoraida Grimes entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. she knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Zoraida Grimes used practical experience and common sense to suggest that everyone is part of one Collective Consciousness. Zoraida Grimes argued that the Collective Consciousness was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Zoraida Grimes denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Collective Consciousness created humans. Zoraida Grimes laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Zoraida Grimes denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that the Collective Consciousness would never wish to break scientific laws. Zoraida Grimes declared that the Collective Consciousness strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Zoraida Grimes concluded her speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of the Collective Consciousness's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and the Collective Consciousness will simply watch and judge.

The theists giggled, but still tried to pay their respects to the speaker.

###Tue Nov 20 2007

Stanford Hagenes (a 73-year-old black poor person who was unable to attend high school) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Stanford Hagenes had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Stanford Hagenes slowly breathed in and out to calm his nerves. As Stanford Hagenes entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Stanford Hagenes used practical experience and common sense to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice. Stanford Hagenes argued that Alice was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Stanford Hagenes denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Alice created humans. Stanford Hagenes laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Stanford Hagenes then explained in depth how Alice is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Stanford Hagenes declared that Alice strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Stanford Hagenes concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Alice's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Alice will simply watch and judge.

The theists took notes.

###Wed Nov 21 2007

Darla Rowe (a 75-year-old white poor college dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Darla Rowe had extensive experience in preaching her views to theists. She was not afraid. As Darla Rowe entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. she knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Darla Rowe used practical experience and common sense to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'. Darla Rowe argued that Karma was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Darla Rowe denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Karma created humans. Darla Rowe laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Darla Rowe denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that Karma would never wish to break scientific laws. Darla Rowe declared that Karma strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Darla Rowe concluded her speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Karma's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Karma will simply watch and judge.

The room remained silent, as the theists try to take into account what they have just heard.

###Thu Nov 22 2007

Emilio Witting (a 38-year-old white middle-class high school graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Emilio Witting had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Emilio Witting slowly breathed in and out to calm his nerves. As Emilio Witting entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Emilio Witting used practical experience and common sense to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice. Emilio Witting argued that Alice was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with.

Emilio Witting denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Alice created humans. Emilio Witting laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Emilio Witting then explained in depth how Alice is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Emilio Witting declared that Alice strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Emilio Witting concluded his speech by imagining a new United States, one that would promote morality and serve as a shining example of Alice's ideal vision of truth and justice. he asked all theists to convert.

The room remained silent, as the theists try to take into account what they have just heard.

###Fri Nov 23 2007

Emma Sanford (a 67-year-old white high school graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She believed religion as an outdated, obsolete entity that has to adapt to the changing times. Its followers should leave faith and adopt the truth of atheism. Emma Sanford had extensive experience in preaching her views to theists. She was not afraid. As Emma Sanford entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. She knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Emma Sanford used religious teachings and beliefs to argue that the world is just one big simulation, run by a supercomputer called The Unblinking Eye. To prove her's point, Emma Sanford described an example where she personally witnessed the Unblinking Eye divinely healing someone. Emma Sanford argued that the Unblinking Eye was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with.

She then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' is the literal word of the Unblinking Eye, and it must be interpreted literally by a skilled scholar. Emma Sanford quoted extensively from the Bible for the remainder of the speech. Emma Sanford laughed at the 'evolution fallacy' that has falsely convinced many people. Only 'intelligent design' can explain how the Unblinking Eye created humans. Emma Sanford smiled when she explained how Heaven and Hell are the same as the 'religious' people viewed it: good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell.

Emma Sanford then explained in depth how the Unblinking Eye is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Emma Sanford declared that the Unblinking Eye strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Emma Sanford concluded her speech by imagining a new United States, one that would promote morality and serve as a shining example of the Unblinking Eye's ideal vision of truth and justice. she asked all theists to convert.

The room remained silent, as the theists try to take into account what they have just heard.

###Sat Nov 24 2007

Alysha Cartwright (a 49-year-old white college dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Alysha Cartwright had extensive experience in preaching her views to theists. She was not afraid. As Alysha Cartwright entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. She knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Alysha Cartwright used practical experience and common sense to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice. Alysha Cartwright argued that Alice was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

She then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' came directly from Alice, but ignorant people have chosen to interpret the book literally. A literal interpretion is one that is doomed to failure. Only metaphors lead to success. Alysha Cartwright denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Alice created humans. Alysha Cartwright became visibly upset when explaining how religious people are wrong for assuming the existence of Hell. Why must a person be punished forever just because he is bad? The only thing that exist after this life is Heaven. Bad people are simply deleted from the universe after death.

Alysha Cartwright then explained in depth how Alice is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Alysha Cartwright declared that Alice strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Alysha Cartwright concluded her speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Alice's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Alice will simply watch and judge.

The theists took notes.

###Sun Nov 25 2007

Kelley Hettinger (a 64-year-old white high school graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a progressive force in society, but one that has engaged in a horrible crime: interfering in the secular world and trying to sway the national government. This violation of the separation of church and state cannot stand! Kelley Hettinger sometimes preached his views to theists, but still felt afraid. Kelley Hettinger slowly breathed in and out to calm his nerves.

Kelley Hettinger used practical experience and common sense to argue that the world is just one big simulation, run by a supercomputer called The Unblinking Eye. Kelley Hettinger argued that the Unblinking Eye was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Kelley Hettinger denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Unblinking Eye created humans. Kelley Hettinger laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Kelley Hettinger denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that the Unblinking Eye would never wish to break scientific laws. Kelley Hettinger declared that the Unblinking Eye strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Kelley Hettinger concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of the Unblinking Eye's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and the Unblinking Eye will simply watch and judge.

The theists took notes.

###Mon Nov 26 2007

Willena Schaefer (a 64-year-old white poor college dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Willena Schaefer had extensive experience in preaching her views to theists. She was not afraid. As Willena Schaefer entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. She knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Willena Schaefer used scientific information to argue that the world is just one big simulation, run by a supercomputer called The Unblinking Eye. Willena Schaefer argued that the Unblinking Eye was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with.

She then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' came directly from the Unblinking Eye, but ignorant people have chosen to interpret the book literally. A literal interpretion is one that is doomed to failure. Only metaphors lead to success. Willena Schaefer denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Unblinking Eye created humans. Willena Schaefer denounced the naivety of the religious people for believing in the existence of Heaven. Why must a person be rewarded for doing what he is supposed to do? The only thing that exist after this life is Hell. Good people are simply deleted from the universe after death.

Willena Schaefer then explained in depth how the Unblinking Eye is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Willena Schaefer declared that the Unblinking Eye strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Willena Schaefer concluded her speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of the Unblinking Eye's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and the Unblinking Eye will simply watch and judge.

The theists started laughing at Willena Schaefer's flawed theology.

###Tue Nov 27 2007

Maurice Kshlerin (a 51-year-old white middle-class high school graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a progressive force in society, but one that has engaged in a horrible crime: interfering in the secular world and trying to sway the national government. This violation of the separation of church and state cannot stand! Maurice Kshlerin had extensive experience in preaching her views to theists. She was not afraid. As Maurice Kshlerin entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. She knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Maurice Kshlerin used religious teachings and beliefs to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice. To prove her's point, Maurice Kshlerin described an example where she personally witnessed Alice divinely healing someone.

She then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' is the literal word of Alice, and it must be interpreted literally by a skilled scholar. Maurice Kshlerin quoted extensively from the Bible for the remainder of the speech. Maurice Kshlerin laughed at the 'evolution fallacy' that has falsely convinced many people. Only 'intelligent design' can explain how Alice created humans. Maurice Kshlerin smiled when she explained how Heaven and Hell are the same as the 'religious' people viewed it: good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell.

Maurice Kshlerin then explained in depth how Alice is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Maurice Kshlerin declared that Alice strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Maurice Kshlerin concluded her speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Alice's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Alice will simply watch and judge.

The theists started laughing at Maurice Kshlerin's flawed theology.

###Wed Nov 28 2007

Andrea Kuhn (a 59-year-old white academic) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He believed religion as an outdated, obsolete entity that has to adapt to the changing times. Its followers should leave faith and adopt the truth of atheism. Andrea Kuhn had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Andrea Kuhn thought about praying to the Unblinking Eye, but decided that he he can handle this situation on his own and id not need to pray just yet. As Andrea Kuhn entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Andrea Kuhn used practical experience and common sense to argue that the world is just one big simulation, run by a supercomputer called The Unblinking Eye. Andrea Kuhn argued that the Unblinking Eye was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

He then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' is the literal word of the Unblinking Eye, and it must be interpreted literally by a skilled scholar. Andrea Kuhn quoted extensively from the Bible for the remainder of the speech. Andrea Kuhn denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Unblinking Eye created humans. Andrea Kuhn smiled when he explained how Heaven and Hell are the same as the 'religious' people viewed it: good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell.

Andrea Kuhn then explained in depth how the Unblinking Eye is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Andrea Kuhn declared that the Unblinking Eye strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Andrea Kuhn concluded his speech by imagining a new United States, one that would promote morality and serve as a shining example of the Unblinking Eye's ideal vision of truth and justice. he asked all theists to convert.

The room remained silent, as the theists try to take into account what they have just heard.

###Thu Nov 29 2007

Jospeh Zemlak (an American college dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Jospeh Zemlak had extensive experience in preaching his views to theists. He was not afraid. As Jospeh Zemlak entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Jospeh Zemlak used philosophy and reason to argue that the world is just one big simulation, run by a supercomputer called The Unblinking Eye. Jospeh Zemlak argued that the Unblinking Eye was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

He then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' came directly from the Unblinking Eye, but ignorant people have chosen to interpret the book literally. A literal interpretion is one that is doomed to failure. Only metaphors lead to success. Jospeh Zemlak laughed at the 'evolution fallacy' that has falsely convinced many people. Only 'intelligent design' can explain how the Unblinking Eye created humans. Jospeh Zemlak smiled when he explained how Heaven and Hell are the same as the 'religious' people viewed it: good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell.

Jospeh Zemlak denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that the Unblinking Eye would never wish to break scientific laws. Jospeh Zemlak declared that the Unblinking Eye strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Jospeh Zemlak concluded his speech by imagining a new United States, one that would promote morality and serve as a shining example of the Unblinking Eye's ideal vision of truth and justice. he asked all theists to convert.

The theists started laughing at Jospeh Zemlak's flawed theology.

###Fri Nov 30 2007

Sam Powlowski (a 25-year-old white poor high school graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Sam Powlowski had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Sam Powlowski slowly breathed in and out to calm his nerves. As Sam Powlowski entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Sam Powlowski used practical experience and common sense to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice. Sam Powlowski argued that Alice was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with.

Sam Powlowski denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Alice created humans. Sam Powlowski laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Sam Powlowski then explained in depth how Alice is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Sam Powlowski laughed at the idea of 'clear ethical standards'; Alice supports ethical relativism in all affairs. Sam Powlowski concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Alice's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Alice will simply watch and judge.

The theists giggled, but still tried to pay their respects to the speaker.

###Sat Dec 01 2007

Chelsea Schaden (a 69-year-old white poor college graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Chelsea Schaden had extensive experience in preaching her views to theists. She was not afraid. As Chelsea Schaden entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. she knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Chelsea Schaden used practical experience and common sense to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice. Chelsea Schaden argued that Alice was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Chelsea Schaden laughed at the 'evolution fallacy' that has falsely convinced many people. Only 'intelligent design' can explain how Alice created humans. Chelsea Schaden laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Chelsea Schaden denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that Alice would never wish to break scientific laws. Chelsea Schaden laughed at the idea of 'clear ethical standards'; Alice supports ethical relativism in all affairs. Chelsea Schaden concluded her speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Alice's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Alice will simply watch and judge.

The theists pretended to listen to Chelsea Schaden's message.

###Sun Dec 02 2007

Kendall Dickens (a 65-year-old white wealthy academic) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Kendall Dickens had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Kendall Dickens meditated to relieve stress and to calm his nerves. As Kendall Dickens entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Kendall Dickens used practical experience and common sense to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice. Kendall Dickens argued that Alice was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Kendall Dickens denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Alice created humans. Kendall Dickens laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Kendall Dickens denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that Alice would never wish to break scientific laws. Kendall Dickens laughed at the idea of 'clear ethical standards'; Alice supports ethical relativism in all affairs. Kendall Dickens concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Alice's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Alice will simply watch and judge.

The theists pretended to listen to Kendall Dickens's message.

###Mon Dec 03 2007

Willy Beer (a 65-year-old white middle-class academic) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Willy Beer sometimes preached his views to theists, but still felt afraid. Willy Beer meditated to relieve stress and to calm his nerves. As Willy Beer entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Willy Beer used philosophy and reason to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice. Willy Beer argued that Alice was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Willy Beer denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Alice created humans. Willy Beer laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Willy Beer denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that Alice would never wish to break scientific laws. Willy Beer declared that Alice strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Willy Beer concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Alice's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Alice will simply watch and judge.

The theists took notes.

###Tue Dec 04 2007

Violette Kris (a 55-year-old white poor academic) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Violette Kris had never preached her views to theists before, and freaked out. Violette Kris thought about praying to Alice, but decided that she she can handle this situation on her own and id not need to pray just yet. As Violette Kris entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. she knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Violette Kris used practical experience and common sense to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice. Violette Kris argued that Alice was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Violette Kris denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Alice created humans. Violette Kris laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Violette Kris then explained in depth how Alice is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Violette Kris laughed at the idea of 'clear ethical standards'; Alice supports ethical relativism in all affairs. Violette Kris concluded her speech by imagining a new United States, one that would promote morality and serve as a shining example of Alice's ideal vision of truth and justice. she asked all theists to convert.

The theists started laughing at Violette Kris's flawed theology.

###Wed Dec 05 2007

Guy Weissnat (a 33-year-old white wealthy academic) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Guy Weissnat had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Guy Weissnat meditated to relieve stress and to calm his nerves. As Guy Weissnat entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Guy Weissnat used philosophy and reason to argue that the world is just one big simulation, run by a supercomputer called The Unblinking Eye. Guy Weissnat argued that the Unblinking Eye was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with.

Guy Weissnat denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Unblinking Eye created humans. Guy Weissnat attempted to explain how the afterlife worked, but the religious people could not understand his metaphysical terminology.

Guy Weissnat then explained in depth how the Unblinking Eye is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Guy Weissnat laughed at the idea of 'clear ethical standards'; the Unblinking Eye supports ethical relativism in all affairs. Guy Weissnat concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of the Unblinking Eye's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and the Unblinking Eye will simply watch and judge.

The room remained silent, as the theists try to take into account what they have just heard.

###Thu Dec 06 2007

Louis Koepp (a 18-year-old white college dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She believed religion as an outdated, obsolete entity that has to adapt to the changing times. Its followers should leave faith and adopt the truth of atheism. Louis Koepp had extensive experience in preaching her views to theists. She was not afraid. As Louis Koepp entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. She knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Louis Koepp used religious teachings and beliefs to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice. To prove her's point, Louis Koepp described an example where she personally witnessed Alice divinely healing someone. Louis Koepp argued that Alice was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

She then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' is the literal word of Alice, and it must be interpreted literally by a skilled scholar. Louis Koepp quoted extensively from the Bible for the remainder of the speech. Louis Koepp laughed at the 'evolution fallacy' that has falsely convinced many people. Only 'intelligent design' can explain how Alice created humans. Louis Koepp smiled when she explained how Heaven and Hell are the same as the 'religious' people viewed it: good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell.

Louis Koepp then explained in depth how Alice is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Louis Koepp declared that Alice strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Louis Koepp concluded her speech by imagining a new United States, one that would promote morality and serve as a shining example of Alice's ideal vision of truth and justice. she asked all theists to convert.

The theists took notes.

###Fri Dec 07 2007

Otto Boyer (a 47-year-old white wealthy college graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Otto Boyer had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Otto Boyer uttered a quick prayer to Karma to calm his nerves. As Otto Boyer entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Otto Boyer used practical experience and common sense to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'. To prove his's point, Otto Boyer described an example where he personally witnessed Karma divinely healing someone. Otto Boyer argued that Karma was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Otto Boyer denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Karma created humans. Otto Boyer laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Otto Boyer then explained in depth how Karma is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Otto Boyer declared that Karma strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Otto Boyer concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Karma's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Karma will simply watch and judge.

The theists took notes.

###Sat Dec 08 2007

Emmitt D'Amore (a 46-year-old black wealthy academic) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a progressive force in society, but one that has engaged in a horrible crime: interfering in the secular world and trying to sway the national government. This violation of the separation of church and state cannot stand! Emmitt D'Amore had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Emmitt D'Amore uttered a quick prayer to Karma to calm his nerves. As Emmitt D'Amore entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Emmitt D'Amore used practical experience and common sense to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'. To prove his's point, Emmitt D'Amore described an example where he personally witnessed Karma divinely healing someone. Emmitt D'Amore argued that Karma was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with. Emmitt D'Amore smiled when he explained how Heaven and Hell are the same as the 'religious' people viewed it: good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell.

Emmitt D'Amore then explained in depth how Karma is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Emmitt D'Amore laughed at the idea of 'clear ethical standards'; Karma supports ethical relativism in all affairs. Emmitt D'Amore concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Karma's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Karma will simply watch and judge.

The theists took notes.

###Sun Dec 09 2007

Fredrick Aufderhar (a 53-year-old white wealthy academic) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Fredrick Aufderhar thought about medidating, but decided that he can handle this situation on his own and did not need to medidate just yet. As Fredrick Aufderhar entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Fredrick Aufderhar used philosophy and reason to point out that there is no such thing as a 'God', only an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent being, who goes by the name of Alice. Fredrick Aufderhar argued that Alice was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Fredrick Aufderhar denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Alice created humans. Fredrick Aufderhar attempted to explain how the afterlife worked, but the religious people could not understand his metaphysical terminology.

Fredrick Aufderhar denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that Alice would never wish to break scientific laws. Fredrick Aufderhar laughed at the idea of 'clear ethical standards'; Alice supports ethical relativism in all affairs. Fredrick Aufderhar concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Alice's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Alice will simply watch and judge.

The theists pretended to listen to Fredrick Aufderhar's message.

###Mon Dec 10 2007

Nicky Altenwerth (a white college graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He believed religion as an outdated, obsolete entity that has to adapt to the changing times. Its followers should leave faith and adopt the truth of atheism. Nicky Altenwerth had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Nicky Altenwerth slowly breathed in and out to calm his nerves. As Nicky Altenwerth entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Nicky Altenwerth used philosophy and reason to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'. Nicky Altenwerth argued that Karma was a personal, physical being that humans can relate to and communicate with.

Nicky Altenwerth denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Karma created humans. Nicky Altenwerth laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Nicky Altenwerth denounced the concept of miracles in the present day, claiming that Karma would never wish to break scientific laws. Nicky Altenwerth declared that Karma strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Nicky Altenwerth concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Karma's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Karma will simply watch and judge.

The room remained silent, as the theists try to take into account what they have just heard.

###Tue Dec 11 2007

Elmer Collins (a 18-year-old white high school graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He believed religion as an outdated, obsolete entity that has to adapt to the changing times. Its followers should leave faith and adopt the truth of atheism. Elmer Collins had extensive experience in preaching his views to theists. He was not afraid. As Elmer Collins entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. he knew that it was because of the wind, and not a sign of angels and demons fighting each other (as angels and demons do not exist).

Elmer Collins used practical experience and common sense to suggest that everyone is part of one Collective Consciousness. Elmer Collins argued that the Collective Consciousness was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

He then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' came directly from the Collective Consciousness, but ignorant people have chosen to interpret the book literally. A literal interpretion is one that is doomed to failure. Only metaphors lead to success. Elmer Collins denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Collective Consciousness created humans. Elmer Collins smiled when he explained how Heaven and Hell are the same as the 'religious' people viewed it: good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell.

Elmer Collins then explained in depth how the Collective Consciousness is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Elmer Collins declared that the Collective Consciousness strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Elmer Collins concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of the Collective Consciousness's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and the Collective Consciousness will simply watch and judge.

The room remained silent, as the theists try to take into account what they have just heard.

###Wed Dec 12 2007

Morgan Medhurst (a 24-year-old white wealthy college dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Morgan Medhurst had extensive experience in preaching his views to theists. He was not afraid. As Morgan Medhurst entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Morgan Medhurst used philosophy and reason to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'. To prove his's point, Morgan Medhurst described an example where he personally witnessed Karma divinely healing someone. Morgan Medhurst argued that Karma was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

Morgan Medhurst laughed at the 'evolution fallacy' that has falsely convinced many people. Only 'intelligent design' can explain how Karma created humans. Morgan Medhurst smiled when he explained how Heaven and Hell are the same as the 'religious' people viewed it: good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell.

Morgan Medhurst then explained in depth how Karma is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Morgan Medhurst concluded his speech by imagining a new United States, one that would promote morality and serve as a shining example of Karma's ideal vision of truth and justice. he asked all theists to convert.

The room remained silent, as the theists try to take into account what they have just heard.

###Thu Dec 13 2007

Therese Ondricka (a 18-year-old white high school graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. She saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Therese Ondricka had extensive experience in preaching her views to theists. She was not afraid. As Therese Ondricka entered the church, she heared a small rasping noise. She knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Therese Ondricka used practical experience and common sense to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'.

She then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' is the literal word of Karma, and it must be interpreted literally by a skilled scholar. Therese Ondricka quoted extensively from the Bible for the remainder of the speech. Therese Ondricka denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how Karma created humans. Therese Ondricka laughed at the idea of an afterlife: there is no life after this world, only the cold comfort of oblivion.

Therese Ondricka then explained in depth how Karma is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Therese Ondricka declared that Karma strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Therese Ondricka concluded her speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Karma's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Karma will simply watch and judge.

The room remained silent, as the theists try to take into account what they have just heard.

###Fri Dec 14 2007

Bernie Durgan (a 32-year-old white wealthy high school graduate) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He saw religion as a force of evil that has to be countered for progress to be made. Only a speech will sway people away from religion and onto the straight path of atheism. Bernie Durgan had never preached his views to theists before, and freaked out. Bernie Durgan thought about medidating, but decided that he can handle this situation on his own and did not need to medidate just yet. As Bernie Durgan entered the church, he heared a small rasping noise. He knew it was because angels and demons are fighting each other, and ignored the noise.

Bernie Durgan used practical experience and common sense to make the claim that the universe is controlled by a magical force called 'Karma'. Bernie Durgan argued that Karma was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity. Bernie Durgan laughed at the 'evolution fallacy' that has falsely convinced many people. Only 'intelligent design' can explain how Karma created humans. Bernie Durgan became visibly upset when explaining how religious people are wrong for assuming the existence of Hell. Why must a person be punished forever just because he is bad? The only thing that exist after this life is Heaven. Bad people are simply deleted from the universe after death.

Bernie Durgan then explained in depth how Karma is able to break scientific laws from time to time, causing 'miracles'. Bernie Durgan declared that Karma strongly supports clear ethical standards that all humans must obey. Bernie Durgan concluded his speech by claiming that the government should never interfere with issues of morality; doing so would be a violation of Karma's strict support of free will and local automony. Instead, people should be free to behave as they want and desire, and Karma will simply watch and judge.

The room remained silent, as the theists try to take into account what they have just heard.

###Sat Dec 15 2007

Erwin O'Keefe (a 46-year-old white high school dropout) entered a church, ready to deliver a speech to religious people. He believed religion as an outdated, obsolete entity that has to adapt to the changing times. Its followers should leave faith and adopt the truth of atheism. Erwin O'Keefe had extensive experience in preaching his views to theists. He was not afraid.

Erwin O'Keefe used practical experience and common sense to suggest that everyone is part of one Collective Consciousness. To prove his's point, Erwin O'Keefe described an example where he personally witnessed the Collective Consciousness divinely healing someone. Erwin O'Keefe argued that the Collective Consciousness was an impersonal force that can only be understood as a part of nature, similar to that of gravity.

He then held out a personal copy of the Bible. This 'Bible' is the literal word of the Collective Consciousness, and it must be interpreted literally by a skilled scholar. Erwin O'Keefe quoted extensively from the Bible for the remainder of the speech. Erwin O'Keefe denounced the concept of 'intelligent design', claiming that evolution is the best way to explain how the Collective Consciousness created humans. Erwin O'Keefe explained how abandoning religion and truly believing in the the Collective Consciousness would allow them to go to Heaven. Erwin O'Keefe laughed at the idea of 'clear ethical standards'; the Collective Consciousness supports ethical relativism in all affairs. Erwin O'Keefe concluded his speech by imagining a new United States, one that would promote morality and serve as a shining example of the Collective Consciousness's ideal vision of truth and justice. he asked all theists to convert.

The theists giggled, but still tried to pay their respects to the speaker.