>Athlete starts thanking god in the post-game interview
Athletes are dumb you can't expect them to understand how our Universe actually works
Jeffery Dahmer you know the serial killer who ate people? Atheist
Oregon community school shooter. Did his act in the name of atheism.
>athlete starts thanking Hitler and points up to Walhalla
>Athlete starts thanking satan in the post-game interview
>"Enjoy your """"""""""""""""""god"""""""""""""""""""" you swines. I, in and of myself am Euphoric without the need of some phony being in the sky."
Even the GOAT does, your argument is invalid OP
>First off I would like to thank the team, the coach, and most importantly (You) the fans
ITT: neckbeard autists getting butthurt when someone calls them out for believing in magic
Unfortunately we're financing your military sector by killing sandniggers and buying your planes. Keep up being an ignorant fucktard.
>he believes in free will
>he believes he can decide what he believes
>he believes in responsibility
>he feels guilt
>he feels remorse
>he feels resentment
>even though all of those feelings presuppose responsibility from a part
lol what bunch of superstitious bible trash amirite
no he shot people across the street from a abortion clinic and media jumped on it saying "christian shoots up abortion clinic." and like the "logical" person you are, you ate it up.
>Ordem e progresso
>killed 6 million jews in world war 2
wait, there are people on 4chan who still believe in supernatural beings?
"If God were all-knowing, it seems that God would know about all of the horrible things that happen in our world. If God were all-powerful, God would be able to do something about all of the evil and suffering. Furthermore, if God were morally perfect, then surely God would want to do something about it."
God isnt a magic genie who will blink and make everything right. this is you creating god out of your own imagination.
furthermore how much good is in the world compared to suffering? how many peaceful normal days do people get to experience? but people dont appreciate this, the fact that every moment in life is an undeserved gift that human on earth had the power of giving, yet they grow so complacent with this miracle
what a miserable person you must be. it doesnt take some great act of charity or winning the lottery for something to be good.
the fact that i can sit in a nice warm home and drink a pop in good health is a good thing.
its a shame that good things dont command great attention on itself, else we would be constantly giving thanks and showing gratitude every second of our lives. but that would be like a fish being thankful for water.
>believing that God could only possibly be evil because of the idea that bad things happening means he's allowed them to happen when stopping them would be better, ignoring that our human perception of what is good and evil would be pitifully, disgustingly simplistic to an omnipotent being.
nigga do you realize you're trying to use mortal reasoning on a being higher than this level. even using your own retarded logic, would a being powerful enough to create literally fucking everything be bound to the same line of thinking that you sweaty neckbeard are with your filthy armpits in your mums basement?
>there are people who actually, literally, unironically believe a wizard came down to Earth 2000 years ago disguised as a Jew to save us from himself
Believing that in this massive, complex universe, that earth is so important that the God which supposedly created it would focus on our unimportant planet, on the fringe of a small galaxy.
The world doesn't revolve around you, and the universe doesn't revolve around this world.
>believing that an omnipotent being would need to focus on or pay attention to things one at a time, or otherwise be relatable to us or have human limitations
There is literally no god.
With that out of the way, I agree with OP in that thanking God for a win is so fucking lame. You're implying that God gives a fuck about a GAME enough to use his omnipotent power to influence it. You're also implying that God deserves credit, and not the players, coaches, staff, and fans who actually had something to do with the win. It's the same thing as thanking God after a successful surgery, instead of, you know, the fucking surgeon.
This is what it's like to be religious in the information age