500 Years After Martin Luther, List Your Religious Grievances Using #95Tweets October 29, 2017

500 Years After Martin Luther, List Your Religious Grievances Using #95Tweets

Tuesday marks exactly 500 years since Martin Luther nailed his “Ninety-Five Theses” on the door of a church in the German city of Wittenberg, listing his grievances with the Catholic Church, and sparking the Protestant Reformation.

Seems like a good time to do it again.

A couple of Tennessee activists, Patrick Horst of the Nashville Nones Convention and former Baptist pastor Chris Roberts, have launched what they’re calling the 95 Tweets project.

It’s pretty simple: List your grievance with religion on Twitter using the hashtag #95tweets and give a up or down vote to all the tweets on the website. May the greatest grievance rise to the top.

Here’s a sampling of some of the most powerful ones I’ve seen:








I don’t know how you nail these tweets to a door, but you can at least pin them to your wall.

"Those parishioners should demand their money back."

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"Wow! I can't believe fellow atheists are buying into this C-19 Reaction hoax. The C-19 ..."

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"What do they say when the end times doesn't happen? Cut and paste that answer."

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"Puny god, can't even save one lousy election."

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