Unless God just needs that juicy, juicy belief and doesn’t care if it’s organic or synthetic.
Image source: portion of “The Last Judgment” by Hans Memling
If anyone has any issues they want me to try to tackle with my simple webcomic, let me know. I’ll see what I can do.
Doing research is hard work, but assuming is easy!
Another redraw. Someday, I won’t use these two, but that day is not today.
Why did I think giving her sunglasses in the last panel would make the joke land? I don’t know. I rushed this, and I apologize. I have been working on a project idea that would compliment this one and kinda forgot I didn’t have a comic set up for today. Het spijt me (I’m apologizing in Dutch, I’m that sorry!). I should have another redrawing up for you Thursday. Hopefully on time. I’ll get the hang of this. I swear to G–well, I swear.
As it turns out, not believing in God and lying are still sins, whether you go to church or not.
And, no, you can’t just “change your beliefs” as I’ve been told to do on more than one occasion.
One problem with Pascal’s Wager (what the Christian is arguing) is that there isn’t a specific religion specified in the argument. This atheist chose to convert to an evil pagan cult to believe in because why not? The argument works just as well for them as it does for Christianity.
Part 2 will come eventually.