Comparative Religion Venn Diagram

One of my most popular posts of all time was the Intelligent Design Venn Diagram. I didn’t make it. I just reprinted it. Nevertheless, a lot of people complained to me that I “made it wrong” and they were offended by it.

This one should be even more offensive. Again, I didn’t make it. I found it over at Blame It on the Voices. Somebody asked Google the same question about four major religions. These are Google’s predictive text responses:

Why are Muslims and Christians and Jews so religious?

They then placed this predictive text into a Venn diagram:

Venn in Rome...

This is a good indicator of public perception about these religions. Supposedly Google displays the most common text that people type in. If you don’t like what’s here, don’t blame me and don’t blame Google. Change the public’s perception.

This, of course, begs an obvious question. I typed it in to see what Google says:

Atheists are awesome

OK, this indicates we have a bit of a public relations problem, too. Perception is not reality, of course. I’ll cop to arrogant, annoying, and even angry (but only in very specific situations). Some of that other stuff just comes from whiny little bitches who can’t stand the idea that their monopoly of public life has come to an end.

Here’s one more fun fact: Only the atheists are awesome!

2 Responses to “Comparative Religion Venn Diagram”

  1. Johan Nilsson Says:

    Hehe, funny diagram.

  2. Jeff Says:

    Yeah, no one asks why Christians (or Muslims) are so funny, do they?