[+/-] "What if you're wrong?"
A question I often hear from xtian fundies is "What if you're wrong?"
What this question means, of course, is "What if you are wrong about your disbelief in my gawd."
The appropriate response, I believe, is "What if you're wrong about Zeus?":
A man... remains hospitalized Monday after he was struck down by a bolt of lightning which flew from clear blue sky on Sunday. He was selling religious materials when he was hit....
"He's unconscious, he's in a coma," said Francisco Perez, leader of the Puerto Rico-based group. "It's difficult what happened, you know, but what can we do? Things happen in life, but we still believe in God."
I wonder if these fundies have lightening rods on their church buildings. If they do, isn't that professing lack of faith that their gawd can protect them? Isn't it a tacit acknowledgment that Zeus exists? :)