Murray Lynch of Auburn, New York has a problem.
He has no idea what the word “fact” means. So in a letter-to-the-editor, he just throws it everywhere and hopes it’ll stick:
The proof that Jesus truly was the Son of God has been proven 100 percent. God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Ghost comprise the Holy Trinity. Everyone, even those who don’t believe in God, have guardian angels. They, too, have been proven 100 percent factual. Life after death has also been proven 100 percent factual.
It’s also a fact that those who choose to deny God’s existence cannot enter Heaven.
I can’t comprehend the stubbornness and bull-headedness of anyone and everyone who refuses to acknowledge the existence of God.
Jesus Christ actually walked the earth. That’s a fact. That’s not an Aesop’s Fable and that’s not malarky.
Adam and Eve believed in God. God actually talked to them. That’s another fact.
Got that, everyone? It’s all factual. Not malarky. So stop arguing about it, ok?!
At first, I was wondering why the Auburn Citizen would even publish a letter like that… and then I figured it out. It’s too hilarious not to print. They’re just *begging* for reader responses…
(Thanks to @freechild85 for the link)