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Sacrilegious Humor: Pascal’s Wager Taken to Its Logical Conclusion by Edward Current


This is the forty-seventh installment in the Sacrilegious Humor series. This is a series that I would like readers to help me with. If you know of a comedy bit that is irreverent towards religion, makes fun of religion, pokes fun at sincerely held religious beliefs, or challenges the firmly held religious beliefs of others, please email me the name of the bit or a link to it.

Today’s comedy bit is by Edward Current. Current brilliantly takes Pascal’s Wager to its logical conclusion.

Warning, many of the comedy bits in this series will contain profanity. You have been warned.

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Series Navigation<< Sacrilegious Humor: Jesus is Not the Messiah by Monty Python (Life of Brian)Sacrilegious Humor: Stop Taking the Bible Out of Context by Edward Current >>

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    Well yes, he’s right. Why worship the Christian god but not all the other gods of the world, now and through history?

    Of course, he doesn’t really believe it but he’s quite right. To quote a cliché, he only needs to take it one god further and he’s a full blown atheist.

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