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Why Does Ken Blackwell Hate God? Infantilizing the Deity Again

“Political and social forces are trying to run God out of the public sphere.”

Ohio Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Ken Blackwell, January 17 2006

It’s a funny thing, but I’d always thought that the God of the Christians was an omniscient, omnipresent, omnipotent deity. Always present, all-seeing, and all-powerful. If an observant, all-powerful God really wanted Christianity to be the central legal principle of American Government, then He surely could make it so in a moment.

But Blackwell’s God is a wimp, a wilting flower, a poor baby so weak that he — the creator and governor of bazillions of cubic light years of universe — can be driven out of the American public square by a few cranky liberals.

Ken Blackwell must truly hate God to infantilize Him so.

Ken Blackwell: God-Hater for Governor in 2006.

3 thoughts on “Why Does Ken Blackwell Hate God? Infantilizing the Deity Again”

  1. Sarge says:

    I’ve noticed that sort of thing, too. I’ve been told by some that my unbelief “hurts god”. Such a delicate ego. Ben Frankilin was accused of thwarting the xian god with his lightning rods. Appears that an omnipotent deity can be thwarted.

  2. Scott says:

    By default, Blackwell is more powerful than God? He must be if he thinks he could (a) force God out, or (b) protect little god from the big liberal bullies.
    Does this make Blackwell uber-omnipotent?

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