God does exist — my flawed logic told me so.

This is a pretty funny site, adapted from a forum on the Internet Infidels.
I think this is my favourite:
(1) If evolution is false, then creationism is true, and therefore God exists.
(2) Evolution can’t be true, since I lack the mental capacity to understand it; moreover, to accept its truth would cause me to be uncomfortable.
(3) Therefore, God exists.

2 Responses to “God does exist — my flawed logic told me so.

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  • Heh heh. Who is this guy?
    There’s a pretty funny discussion here about whether people should waste their time trying to debunk this Robert Landbeck guy’s book. I haven’t the time to read it, but some fascinating quotes I found regarding the book included: “poorly written”, “350 pages flim flam”, “dumbass”, “self-published … reviews”: