FW: [Dipity] An Atheist (joke alert)
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Fri Feb 23 09:06:42 MST 2001
From: Jon Schaefer [mailto:jkschae_98 at yahoo.com]
Sent: Thursday, February 22, 2001 9:48 PM
To: Eugene Johnson; Jim Craven
Subject: Fwd: [Dipity] An Atheist (joke alert)
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> Subject: [Dipity] An Atheist (joke alert)
> > Subject: An Atheist...
> > An atheist was taking a walk through the woods,
> > all that the accident of evolution" had created. "What
> majestic trees!
> > What powerful rivers! What beautiful animals!" he said
> to himself.
> > As he walked alongside the river he heard a rustling in
> the bushes
> > behind
> > him. As he turned to look, he saw a 7 foot grizzly
> charge towards
> > him. He
> > ran as fast as he could up the path. He looked over
> his shoulder &
> > saw the
> > bear closing in on him. He
> > tried to run even faster, so scared that tears were
> coming to his
> > eyes. He
> > looked over his shoulder again, and the bear was even
> closer. His
> > heart was
> > pumping frantically as he tried to run even faster, but
> he tripped and
> > fell
> > on the ground. He rolled over to pick himself up and
> saw the bear
> > right on
> > top of him raising his paw to kill him.
> > At that instant he cried out "Oh my God!". Just then,
> > The bear froze; the forest was silent; the river even
> stopped moving.
> > A
> > bright light shone upon the man, and a voice came out
> of the sky
> > saying...
> > "You deny my existence all of these years; and teach
> others that I
> > don't
> > exist; even credit my creation to a cosmic accident,
> and now do you
> > expect me
> > to help you out
> > of this predicament? Am I to count you as a believer?"
> > The atheist, ever so proud, looked into the light and
> said... "It
> > would be
> > rather hypocritical to ask to be a Christian after all
> these years,
> > but could
> > you make the bear a Christian?"
> > "Very well," said the voice. As the light went out, the
> river ran, and
> > the
> > sounds of the forest continued, the bear put his paw
> > The bear then brought both paws together... bowed his
> head and
> > said...
> > "Lord, I thank you for this food, which I am about to
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