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Christmas Cheer For Theists

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12/13/2018 9:28:52 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
You may sometimes wonder why your favorite idol appears as a cloud formation or perhaps as a face on a hamburger pattie.
Also, There are the constant conspiracy theories and feelings that others are talking about you.

Most normal people, Of course, Have better things to do than stare at the sky and dissecting a Big Mac in public gives one very little credibility, Don't you think?

Well, As it happens, Scientific research has shown that your affliction for believing God and other weird supernatural phenomena is hereditary.

("The God gene hypothesis proposes that human spirituality is influenced by heredity and that a specific gene, Called vesicular monoamine transporter 2 (VMAT2), Predisposes humans towards spiritual or mystic experiences. [1] The idea has been proposed by geneticist Dean Hamer in the 2004 book called The God Gene: How Faith is Hardwired into our Genes. ")

So, This Christmas, When your extended family gets together around the Christmas tree, Perhaps you could have a bit of fact-finding fun by charting all the odd-balls (including God believers, Of course) and see just how the "God gene" has done sifted its way around to you.

Be discrete in your search for the truth mind you because you know very well how sensitive and self-conscious spiritual folk can get. So try this little subtlety:

At the Christmas dinner table when everyone has popped their bonbons and wearing those hideous paper hats, You take it in turns to read out the corny riddles, Right?

So, When it gets to your turn, Say:

"I buy a baseball bat and ball for $110.
If the bat cost $100 more than the ball, How much did the ball cost? "

The answers you get will tell you straight away who has the gene or who doesn't.

I bet the that will keep the discussion going on until well after the turkey left-overs and the old folk have had their naps.

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