At War with Itself
Look at that thing. Kinda purty, ain’t it?
But what is it? To me, it looks like fireworks. Somebody set up a bunch of cones and set them off all at once.
Let’s back up a bit and see if we can get a better view.
Well now it looks more like fiber optics. Hundreds of fiber optic cables, connecting each city to many others.
Let’s back up all the way and see the entire width.
OOOOO!! It’s really getting morbidly pretty now! Click on that image to get a bigger view of its awesomeness. What it looks like to me is an all-out, free-for-all nuclear armageddon. Sixty-six city-states, each armed to the teeth, launching all their nukes simultaneously in one last-ditch effort to wipe out all of the infidels in the other cities. Kind of appropriate, as you’ll see in a moment.
This “dome of doom”, as I call it, is from a poster. That poster has some text below the dome. Let’s look at just a bit of it.
I know what that’s a list of! Contradictions in the Bible! So that “dome” is actually a diagram connecting all of the contradicting passages in the Bible.
There sure are a lot of them. Here’s the entire poster, shrunk way down to fit my margins:
This poster is produced by Project Reason, and you can get yourself a full-sized version of it right here. If you have access to a giant printer, you can print it out. Then do a Martin Luther and nail it to the door of your local fundigelical church.