But I don’t feel mocked

This sign also speaks to one of the more inane aspects of Christianity: the bragging rights that go with the “knowledge” that you will be rewarded for your humility.

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2 responses to “But I don’t feel mocked

  1. I think that even if the Christian God existed, to presume that you know who that God would grant grace to and then state this on public marquee automatically takes you out of the “Humble” column. I enjoy the irony but I’m a bit sad they don’t get it.

    If they were really interested in humility they would admit that they just don’t know but act on faith despite lack of proof. That would be fine. They could even put it on a marquee.

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