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  1. tie says:

    lol ‘fan fiction’ that craked me up

    check the bbc today, a buterfly evolving to resist a parasite is news, amazing.

  2. r00db00y says:

    So what is the old Hebrew word for ‘zombie’ anyway?

  3. I wanted to help, but Google Translate didn’t have an ancient Hebrew option – “dead holy people raised to life”, I believe, was the English version…

  4. carolita says:

    that’s no way to talk about one’s neighbors, Matthew!

  5. I was half expecting a punchline involving http://restrictedsection.org/ ;-)

  6. Jerrry w. says:

    Brain dead maybe, not brain eating. That would be an easier explanation.

  7. eenauk says:

    “that would explain the rise of Christianity” ROTFL

  8. JayBee says:

    Just wanna add more hahahas and some lolz…
    and finally… again, this is utterly brilliant

  9. louis says:

    for the pedants in the audience, it would have been ‘zombies’ in new testament greek (koine), not ancient hebrew. and the word is in roman letters: soma (s-omega-m-a). it means body or cadaver depending on the context.

  10. Trevor says:

    I’m waiting, on the edge of my seat, for Jesus’s retort… could the be the beginning of the end for the not-so-ambiguously gay duo?

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  12. Jason says:

    To say that a Christian is brain dead is not an intelligent conclusion. Let me ask you this.

    Where does the ability for anything to exist come from?

    Without an uncaused first cause, we are left with a never ending negative, which makes the existence of anything impossible.

    I must say that evolution cannot answer my question, and that you will prove yourself no mathematician if you do not concur with my point.

    There must be a source of existence. It is too absurd to think their is not.

  13. ayashi says:

    I don’t know what’s funnier, the comic or jason’s post here. LOL!

  14. Paper Hand says:

    Even if there were any validity to Jason’s argument, it still wouldn’t be an argument in favor of Yahweh specifically. It could just as easily “prove” the existence of Thor or Zeus or Amaterasu or the Flying Spaghetti Monster or some unknown deity. It always strikes me as odd how people will jump from logical fallacies “proving” the existence of a Creator to the idea that it proves their specific god.

  15. Kassul says:

    Jason:
    The uncaused first cause was the universe itself. The origin of the universe, occurring outside of time(as this event made time) does not need to follow our rules of causality. It simply is.

    You apply that arguement to explain away why God doesn’t need a cause, I use it for the universe.
    My assertions are somewhat more plausible because we can at least observe the universe.

  16. Ian Savage says:

    Athesism and zombies in four frames, perfection :)

  17. fenchurch says:

    Let me guess– Jason posits that all things must have a cause, implying that a creator god is what got the party started. (Or perhaps he is arguing in fact that it is impossible that anything exists?)

    Strange how he would ask of a theory that only concerns itself with how small changes/mutations over time lead to survival of the fittest selections and more complex/adapting organisms, to do cosmology’s job to explain the origins of the universe.

    I hope Jason can appreciate the irony that, in order to answer his true question from the correct field of science, that we need to consult the work that a Jesuit priest came up with, which is now known as the event referred to derisively as the Big Bang.

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