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Religion's Irony by UniBrain Religion's Irony by UniBrain
Perhaps the steepest irony qua religion, since religion and atheism began.

Post Scriptum: 

This is not ironical on the incidence of the probabilistic existence of an atheistic God, but rather, ironical as 'godists' typically despise 'atheists', not therein realizing of God's non-theistic descent;
...whilst atheists detest God's existence, in tandem, somewhat nescient of the probabilistic reality of an atheistic God.

I herein shan't support neither godists" (theists) nor atheists, as both make claims on null data. 

This is in the like referable as atheism's irony. 

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LE2 Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2016
Well, it's hard to use the Bible as back up/refutation because it contradicts itself, but it is the only source we have on the nature of the Abrahamic God. (I assume that's the one you're referring to.) The Commandment of "No other Gods before me" and "I am a jealous God" always struck me as a bit odd. Who would God be jealous of if there were no other gods? 

Also, you don't have to answer this, but I'm curious. Why do you respond to your own Deviation with an elipses?
UniBrain Featured By Owner Edited Aug 23, 2016
Response i:
"Religion's irony" postulates on any omniscient-aligned force/God.
As a 'jealous' form, the religious-omniscient God is albeit atheistic; for God though jealous, is described as omniscient, whence omniscient forces shan't *believe*, but rather *know*.
Consequently, the jealous omniscient God is heathen bound, for God lacks belief in God (himself) or gods (satisfying atheistic description).

....for God *knows* of himself, rather than *believe*.
Therein, jealousy is irrelevant.

Response ii:
I had prior encoded the 'Post Scriptum' description amidst the comment section.
However, I later situated such amidst the image's description.
Thereafter, I was not able to encounter a 'delete' directive, and so I stipulated ellipses.
LE2 Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2016
OK. I think I can see where you're coming from.

Yeah, somethings like that can be tricky to figure out.
UniBrain Featured By Owner Edited Aug 25, 2016
Albeit, God's atheism is trivially observable. (of religion)
LE2 Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2016
It is an unusual paradox.
UniBrain Featured By Owner Edited Aug 21, 2016
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