Thursday, August 23, 2007

Truth and Justice

People have become increasingly cynical about truth and justice in our world. With outsourcing, natural disasters and other social and natural epidemics on the rise, it's hard to fathom the good ole' days when truth and justice were not just spoken of-- but also practiced.

Now, I don't mean that the God delusion has faded, or that God does not exist anymore. For it would be folly to believe that the occassional disaster disproves His existence but might it make it a bit less palatable to the connosieur shopping for troof'?

I'll write a bit later on this a bit more but for now, let's just say that this is numinous-arts signing off.

1 comment:

Numinous Ubiquity said...

Truth and justice are still practiced, and God still exists. I have proof: natural disasters are meant to send the righteous to heaven and the sinners to hell. And outsourcing punishes people who do not deserve jobs, and gives jobs to people who do deserve them, according to the infallible doctrines of free-market capitalism. It is all part of God's ultimate plan. The only "God delusion" is this delusion that God does not exist, or is not made of 3 separate but equal parts: the Father, the Sun, and the Holy Ghost.