Thursday, 20 September 2007

When Brian and Gordon got married, where was God?

Gordon Copeland announced this morning that the cross-sect Christian party announced by Density's Brian Tamaki earlier this week will not be going ahead as announced, and certainly not with Density's Richard Lewis as co-leader.

The communication breakdown is just too severe, said Copeland.

It makes you wonder, doesn't it.

You have to presume that all parties involved would have been talking to their God about their decision, so you have to wonder why God wasn't passing on their messages.

Can't you feel that omnipotence.

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**Earlier posts on this topic: Destiny: You Have to Laugh.


  1. Richard McGrath20 Sep 2007, 08:58:00

    A great point there, PC. I wonder what Christopher Hitchens would have made of it... by chance, yesterday I was looking at a YouTube clip of Hitchens being interviewed after the death of Jerry Falwell, and just about cried laughing. Check it out:

  2. Ah but how can you prove an omnipotent God didn't cause the party to fail because he displeased at the evident incompetence of his putative representatives?



  3. Goodness Gracious.

    It wasn't a marriage, it was merely a blind date.

  4. They needs to hire more consultants.


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