The headline said: Letters to God end up in ocean, unread

November 2nd, 2006

But wouldn’t God be able to read every letter?

So isn’t this headline really saying “Letters to nonexistent God end up in ocean, viagra buy online unread by mythical entity which, of course, has no ability to read?

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  • 1. Nick  |  November 3rd, 2006 at 1:38 pm

    And why would people write a letter to God anyway, when all you have to do it open your mouth and talk to him/her/it?

  • 2. tee bee  |  November 4th, 2006 at 2:55 pm

    I’ll refrain from making any crack about them coming from Jersey, but it seems to me the letters might be garnering at least some empathy for the petitioners. And not all the letters were to God, they were to the now-extinct minister so he could also petition God for their sakes, as Scripture adjures us. Check out Jesus’ words in Luke 11: 5-9.

    My favorite, chuckle-worthy part of the article: “”I guess rather than just throw them in the garbage, maybe they thought they’d set them out to sea to bless these people,” he said. “So they made a trip to Atlantic City, maybe went to a casino, and put the letters in the water.” ”

    Strange ways they have in New Jersey.

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