Monday, February 14, 2005

Another Tsunami Theory

If you have been following the various moon-bat theories about the cause of the Asian tsunami, you will like this. So far, we have Islamofascists claiming that Allah was punishing the faithful for not killing enough infidels, Wall Street using magnetic waves to cause the eathquake, the U.S. detonating a nuke underwater and I am sure others.

Now, Rev John MacLeod has figured it out. God caused the tsunami to punish those who violate the Sabbath.
A Christian minister claims the tsunami of Sunday, Dec. 26, killing at least 160,000 people, was direct result of "pleasure seekers" breaking God's Sabbath.

He continued: "Some of the places most affected by the tsunami
attracted pleasure-seekers from all over the world. It has to be noted that the
wave arrived on the Lord's day, the day God set apart to be observed the world
over as a holy resting from all employments and recreations that are lawful on
other days."

So, God didn't like the "sun worshipers" horning in on his Holy Day? But what about this?
The tsunami, a series of tidal waves sparked by a subsea earthquake off Sumatra, arrived on Sunday morning, the day after Christmas, in countries including Indonesia, Sri Lanka, India and Thailand.

Emphasis added by this cracka. His theory is nice and all, but I think someone needs to remind the good Reverend, that the Sabbath is on SATURDAY not Sunday. According to Jewish and Christian Scripture, God rested on the seventh day, not the first. I think, maybe, he should take some refresher courses.