The miners are safe! It’s a miracle!…or is it?

17 Oct

After 69 days trapped underground, separated from their families, and clinging to life, all 33 Chilean Miners have been rescued! As if you couldn’t see it coming, a Chilean newspaper is running a poll to see who saved the miners, miracles or science. It’s split almost even. That’s right ladies and gentlemen. The rescue workers who struggled around the clock for 69 days didn’t save the miners, God did. This just infuriates me. They whole thing is rigged so God always gets the credit and none of the blame. It was man’s fault that the mine collapsed, it was not “an act of god”, but when when people worked tirelessly for months, employing their own ingenuity and technology to actually cut a rescue shaft, well that was clearly all God working through the miners. With logic like that God can never lose. Now excuse me while I go read about how another mine just exploded in China killing 29 and trapping 11. I can’t wait to see how God works through the rescuers to save these people instead of just magically transporting them out of there, never mind the 29 families who were just devastated.

PS: Looks like he had no problem killing 29 miners in New Zealand.

3 Responses to “The miners are safe! It’s a miracle!…or is it?”

  1. Greg Christopher October 18, 2010 at 9:21 am #

    Confirmation Bias

    Believe it!

    🙂

  2. teo October 28, 2010 at 5:50 pm #

    :D:D:D Yeah, God did this to prove our faith? But you have to believe in God and not question his power? Doesn’t sound right to me. But well, you at least get to decide which acts was God’s and which weren’t…

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