Theists 1 Atheists 0


God has been found.

God showed up on Mt Kenya and wrote something. Now it is time for you all non believers who have been saying god can’t even send a tweet to bow down and join your nearest mosque, church, temple or synagogue or wherever god is to be found.

About makagutu

As Onyango Makagutu I am Kenyan, as far as I am a man, I am a citizen of the world

59 thoughts on “Theists 1 Atheists 0

  1. Barry says:

    Did anyone witness God writing “God is here”. If so, which god was it. How do we know it wasn’t a god from a minor pantheon claiming a status beyond his skill set? The standard of calligraphy suggests that he/she/it/they lack even basic god-like ability. You’d think it would be in some beautiful font, wouldn’t you.

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  2. I have told God can be found under any rock, plant or whatever they called being created, so why would anyone need a temple?

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    • makagutu says:

      A temple is the way religious people have discovered they can show their love for god. the monstrous the church, the bigger their love. Look at the Cathedral in Ivory Coast for an idea of this

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  3. john zande says:

    What am I looking at?

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  4. jim- says:

    Not god was here, but god is here. Still there, not like Kilroy. Why do you suppose people write about themselves in the past tense when they are actually there at that moment?

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  5. That was written by a dyslexic dog. It should read: “DOG SI EREH.”

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  6. ladysighs says:

    And they said it couldn’t be done.

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  7. shelldigger says:

    I actually saw my name among the many!

    I didn’t see any Maks up there. Unless… wait a minute. Mak was there, obviously, at exactly the same exact time it said “god is here”

    Curious ๐Ÿ˜‰

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    • makagutu says:

      So it seems

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    • basenjibrian says:

      If it is not in God’s Chosen Land (The United States of America Under God Praise Jay-zus) does it even exist? I can believe, for example, that BARRY is some kind of higher level archdemon sent here to tempt us all from the true faiths! (be they fundamentalist Christianity, Islam (h/t Jeff) or Atheism, which we are told is a religion. too) ๐Ÿ™‚

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      • makagutu says:

        How people confidently write or say atheism is a religion leaves me wondering how good their faculties are

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        • Barry says:

          I have met atheists for whom atheism is religion-like in that with passion and fervour, they try and convert you to atheism as any form of religion or spirituality is inherently harmful to adherents and all who come into contact with them, or else they consider anyone who isn’t an atheist an ignorant and weak fool who needs a sky-daddy to make decisions for them, so therefore are worthy of contempt. I’ve even encountered a few that do both.

          One of the longest evenings I’ve ever had was at a dinner party where one such person, having discovered I’m a Quaker (the wife let it slip, not me), spent the rest of the evening alternating between articulating what was so good and wonderful about atheism and being highly critical of what he mistakenly believed Quakerism was all about. He would have put the best fire and brimstone Christian evangelical fundamentalist preacher to shame. If I had been in a better mood, I might have egged him on and enjoyed every minute, but I was recovering from a migraine and went to the dinner only because the wife wanted me to accompany her.

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      • Barry says:

        So you’ve discovered our little secret scheme? Do you know what archdaemons do to people who displease them? Unlike deities who must obey for all time the rules they themselves have put in place, archdaemons do not. I’ll let you stew on that for a while…

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        • basenjibrian says:

          I don’t know, Barry. Yahweh seems to have made a lot of mistakes, changed His mind quite a lot, and regretted things. He IS “the rules” so He changes them at will. Which is quite odd for an eternal, transcendental deity which exists outside mere human time and space, but hey….

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          • Barry says:

            That’s humankind’s misunderstanding of the rules. That guy IS bound by the rules. Just because he says he’s the top dog doesn’t mean he is. And for your information there’s no rule against deities lying. That’s a rule imposed on mortals only

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            • makagutu says:

              It does seem there are no rules for deities. Only mortals have them. The god of the bible is jealous and proud of it. For a mortal to be proudly jealous is an anathema

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              • Barry says:

                I think you fail to understand that the rules a deity demands of his followers are not necessarily the rules that said deity follows.

                Take for example the god of the Bible. He prohibits the killing of one human being by another. Unless of course he himself orders it. Then it’s perfectly okay, even when it is genocide. In fact the Bible records that an entire tribe of his followers were punished for not carrying out a genocide to the extent he had specified.

                One rule for mortals, another for immortals.

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                • makagutu says:

                  The god of the bible is special. Demands you forgive 70*70 (who’s counting) but has a list of unforgettable infractions.

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                • Nan says:

                  And what’s mind-boggling is the number of “God-People” that ignore this so-very-obvious discrepancy!

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                  • makagutu says:

                    Colorstrom, that Ark’s friend has always said god is good so the rules don’t apply

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                    • Barry says:

                      And he should know. He once described me as a disgrace to humanity. I was critical of the dropping of atomic bombs on Japan as they targeted civilians as a means of influencing the outcome of the war. Apparently because God was on America’s side, while the Japanese were heathen, it was acceptable.

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                    • makagutu says:

                      Wow. Just wow. And I think he said that without shame.

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                    • Barry says:

                      Absolutely without shame. He’s a believer in “total war” – no distinction made between civilian resources and military targets. Any means to win a war is justified. Hence justification of atomic bombing civilian targets in Japan and fire bombing Dresden in Germany.

                      He made the “disgraceful” comment when I asked him how they differ from 9/11, as to me they were similar: attacking civilians in order to achieve a military/political outcome.

                      Apparently 9/11 was terrorism and therefore evil, as was the horrific treatment of allied prisoners by the Japanese during WW2. But The “total war” ideology justified Dresden, Nagasaki, and Hiroshima bombings.

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                    • makagutu says:

                      He is quite a fellow

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                  • Barry says:

                    I made the comment very much tongue in cheek, and as an observation of the beliefs and practices of a small proportion of Christians – the Fundamentalists. But I guess the proportion does vary from region to region. Here it’s possibly 5% – 10% of Christians who are fundamentalists, with around 35% of all Kiwis being Christian. In your neck of the woods, and in Mak’s it seems the proportions are somewhat different. In the US, a little over 70% are Christian, of whom around 40% are fundamentalists. In Kenya more than 85% are Christian, and although I can’t find any specifics It would appear that more than half of Christians there are Fundamentalists.

                    So while I can safely make such a comment here, with almost everyone, including most Christians seeing the funny side of the comment, perhaps it doesn’t go down as well in places where Fundamentalism has considerable influence?

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  8. jilldennison says:

    My nightly dose of laughter! Thank you!

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  9. renudepride says:

    Well, if it happened on Mt. Kenya then all the US believers suddenly are faced with a major issue: why there and not here? Perhaps they’ll think twice before they elect another t-Rump into office! ๐Ÿ˜‰ Naked hugs!

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    • basenjibrian says:

      Well…as I implied above, the answer to your question is quite obvious: This GOD is/was really The Deceiver. After all, why would the real Yahweh leave any proof of His presence in one of the benighted countries dominated by THOSE people? Repent and pray to Saint Donald of Mar E Lago so that may intercede for you with the Lord!

      Did you all know that this year is the 245th year of the United States’ Declaration of Independence? 2 45. Which means, obviously, that God intends for Donald Trump (President Number 45) to have two terms. We await his re-coronation in August. Take that, libtards!

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      • Nan says:

        Obviously!! I don’t know how so many missed that clear (and surely accurate) historical prediction!

        Good research, Brian! We look forward to this moment of … (fill in the blank).

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        • basenjibrian says:

          I know we are supposed to avoid being elitist and supposed to reach out to our religious brethren. But the level of screaming, babbling insanity that is foaming out of the religious right these days is terrifying. Have these folks always been this nuts? I need to stop reading The Friendly Atheist, whose schtick is finding the train wrecks and firecracker factory explosions and chemical fires that constitute the conservative politics of today.

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          • makagutu says:

            Sometimes when I am bored I browse through the atheism category on WordPress. Some of the posts written by the religious are so bad, you can’t even laugh at them.

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        • makagutu says:

          August should come soon.

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      • makagutu says:

        Haha. You can do anything with numbers. This, Brian, I think there are some nutheads who believe to be true

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    • makagutu says:

      Paula White was onto something when she called on angels from Africa. She knew god was hiding in Africa. I mean, every blog post i read from your end has the statement that god has been removed from schools, from the public square and i don’t know where else. It was important for god to find a new home.

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