January 11, 2008


A few headlines for you:


A Texas man who told emergency services he killed his girlfriend and cooked parts of her body later described his actions as being compelled by God

Are they charging God with incitement? It's not the first time he's done it after all; there was that incident where he told Abraham to kill his son.

Are they charging God with incitement?

I think there's a problem serving legal papers. After all, there are loads of places that claim to be His house, but no evidence that He actually lives in any of them.

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