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‘Where is God in all this?’ – the problem for religions

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Hold up! Before you read on, please read this...

This post was published more than 13 years ago

I keep old posts on the site because I often enjoy reading old content on other people's sites. Not everything that is old is bad. It can be interesting to see how views have changed over time: for example, how my strident teenage views have mellowed and matured.

But given the age of this post, please bear in mind:

  • My views might very well have changed in the 13 years since I wrote this post. I have written some very silly things over the years, many of which I find pretty embarrassing today.
  • This post might use language in ways which I would now consider highly inappropriate or offensive.
  • Factual information might be outdated.
  • Links might be broken; embedded material might not appear properly.

Okay. Consider yourself duly warned. Read on...

According to this story, I was right to question the headline on the Archbishop’s article yesterday.

And, as it turns out, I wasn’t the only one who thought this article was particularly interesting. Jon Snow says the following in Snowmail today:

I must say reading the Sunday Telegaph yesterday on the plane back from interviewing Blair in Egypt, and seeing the headline suggesting the tsunami made the Archbishop of Canterbury question the existence of God, made me sit up – ‘I am a jealous God?’ ‘wrath of God?’ tricky one…

As usual, you read it here first!

This 156th post was filed under: Tsunami 2004.






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