And isn’t it ironic that a friggin’ PROFESSOR (you know, the PH.D. TYPE?) has concocted this [wink-wink] non-biased and completely objective prehensile piece of [bleep]… er, research.
University of Ulster professor Richard Lynn, and his other two stooges, has controversially claimed that stupidity is causally linked to how likely people are to believe in God.
OK, look. I’ll make you a deal, ‘Professor’ Lynn. If this guy or that stinky guy was the focus of your study, I’ll admit that it seems the intelligence quotient of Christians is a tad lacking. That is a given only if you admit two things as an apparent atheist, theosophical humanist and a person flirting with delusions of grandeur:
- It’s ludicrous not to admit it takes faith to sit in a chair and somehow not use a little of that faith it will not break into five easy pieces once you sit your big tail in it.
- I just want to know what in the world do you say during those most intimate of moments? “Oh… oh… oh… yes… I’m… I’m not yet convinced of your existence!” Doesn’t quite have the same ring to it, eh?