Blogging is Evil

According to the Restored Church of God blog, blogging is evil. Some choice quotes:

In effect, personal blogs are becoming a shopping catalog for pedophiles!

Because this article is extremely important, some may need to read it twice and use it as a stepping stone to further study on this subject.

Whether or not it is effective, as soon as something is posted the person has a larger voice. It often makes the blogger feel good or makes him feel as if his opinion counts—when it is mostly mindless blather!

Stop and consider. The biggest mark you will ever make is to build God’s character and be born into the God Family. Blogging will not help you achieve this.

This makes me sad. Is a god so pathetic that he needs us to build his character worthy of worship?

If you post mundane details of your life, you are in effect saying that your life is important and that people should read about it.

My life is important. So is yours.

One blog by a young twentysomething in a splinter used the acronym “OMG,” which is a shorthand way to take God’s name in vain … There should never be a need to use slang or any type of wrong words.

How do you think God feels about the mindless blogging that is occurring?

I don’t think any gods would give a damn. I certainly wouldn’t were I omnipotent.

“I used to wait tables at Hooters”! Although she may not have been familiar with God’s Way at the time of that employment, and so may not have known that this was wrong, she still should be discreet.

It’s wrong to tell people you used to work at Hooters?

Some say illicit drugs are therapeutic—does that mean they should be used? Obviously not.

Not obvious at all.

We must do everything in our power to be concerned with how we appear to others. If they come to the wrong conclusion, it may hurt your reputation or badly reflect on God’s people.

Let me emphasize that no one—including adults—should have a blog or personal website

What a stupid goddamn religion.

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6 Responses to “Blogging is Evil”

  1. Matt Says:

    Hahaha, that’s hilarious! What a bunch of out of touch, conservative nutters.

  2. Michael Cornacchione Says:

    “We must do everything in our power to be concerned with how we appear to others. If they come to the wrong conclusion, it may hurt your reputation or badly reflect on God’s people.”

    I think this reflects badly on my religion.

    “Let me emphasize that no one—including adults—should have a blog or personal website”

    Me? This sounds like a personal article. In fact I’ve checked this site out and guess what… it’s a blog. Funny.

  3. Nerses Says:

    Wow. This wlil just detract members from their church. That’s how stupid this is.

    “I work at Hooters.”
    “OMG DONT SAY THAT! ITS A VERY BAD THING TO SAY!”

  4. j Says:

    No kidding. I am so very tired of the problems in our world today that are directly related to religious ignorance. You might give Richard Dawkin’s latest book the God Delusion a read. I think you will appreciate it.

  5. Ami Says:

    Just passing through…HIGHLY comical post!

  6. sean kelley Says:

    It scares the hell out of me that people think like that. So anyway, what’s the difference between Jesus and a picture of Jesus? You can hang the picture with just one nail! OMG! Now roll that up in your Bible and smoke it!

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