I'm back...

After a short vacation and a lot of catch up, I'm ready to begin the defending of my controversial, abominable lack of belief.

Christian letters are in blue and mine are in black and white.

I realize that it's been a little while since I've done a Hate Mail page, but never fear, I have not had a change of heart. Soon you will see the projects I have been working on for the last couple of weeks... but for now, here's one fan letter and the picture that was sent with it.


Here is me brewing up trouble.

First of all I'd like to thank you for jesusdressup.com. It kept me entertained for several minutes. Your hate mail pages at you main site have, however, kept me entertained for many hours. It seems that the site you created as a joke has now become a forum for the pros and cons of organized religion. Way to go!

Anyone with a strong mind who visited Jesus Dress Up would realize that there is no harm in it. In fact, being an expert in such matters, I can guarantee that neither the creator nor the users of Jesus Dress Up will spend eternal damnation in the bowels of hell as described in Judeo-Christian mythology. Most people don't see it this way though, and this is because they are controlled by their religious beliefs.

In some respects religion can be beneficial to people in leading a healthy and balanced life. On the other hand though, a religious person is just one step away from giving into mob mentality, becoming a fanatic. This is why so many "hate groups" claim to be Christian organizations, and so many foreign terrorists claim to be part of some Jihad or another. It is definitely better to believe in nothing instead of the wrong thing.

There is no account of Jesus' appearance. This means that nobody knows what he looked like and therefore all renderings of Jesus are incorrect. What Normal Bob Smith has created at Jesus Dress Up has nothing other than the name Jesus associated with it, the image is meaningless. So Normal Bob Smith, being a non-believer, has done nothing wrong. This is a big problem though if you are a Christian or anyone who believes in following the Ten Commandments. This is because GOD ALMIGHTY strictly forbids HIS people to make or otherwise set forth images for worship. This means that if you put a nativity scene on your lawn, have a crucifix in your place of worship, pray to or carry medallions of saints, and so forth ad nauseum, you are breaking GOD ALMIGHTY'S First Commandment. For shame. Instead of attacking Normal Bob Smith's character, everyone should realize that he is no less than an iconoclastic hero and send e-mails of praise. Praise Normal Bob Smith!!!

Cheers!
Daniel Mueller

"U SHOULD BE ASHAMED OF URSELF"

UR DRESS UP JESUS SITE IS STUPID AND DISRESPECTFUL TO JESUS...HE IS OUR ONE TRUE GOD AND WHAT UR DOING IS MAKING FUN OF HIM! HE IS OUR CREATOR AND I LOVE HIM WITH ALL MY HEART AND I KNOW FOR A FACT THAT MILLIONS OF PEOPLE OUT THERE FEEL THE SAME WAY! U SHOULD BE ASHAMED OF URSELF AND U SHOULD SHUT DOWN UR EVIL SITE

Daniel Wu
daniettlwu@hotmail.com


I am still amused by the feeble attempts people make to defend their god. I mean, we're talking about the All Powerful God of Infinite Wisdom and Strength, and you're using Internet slang and letters in place of words to save time. You thought: "Locking the ALL CAPS key should express how serious I am! As long as it's somewhat coherent."

I'm the purveyor of all things evil and you're not willing to spell out "you"? Maybe it's the "You can't work your way into Heaven" clause that attracts such lazy people.

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" there«s a border by kidding too long"

hi, discovered your site by surfing through the net ... mmh, what a silly kind of humor- ever got a feedback of Him ? Well, there«s a border by kidding too long ... don«t be a fool, you still get time to cancel this bullshit .

Jochen, Germany
redwood3@gmx.net


You are wrong. There is no border by kidding too long.
Serious too long, yes! That border is sure and often.
Kidding too long, no. It is in fact the only defense that is virtually indestructible, able to fend off the most determined forces. I know, I've been using it my entire life... without regret.

Bob

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"Now I respect others beliefs
and I expect them to do the same."

Dear "Mr.Smith"

I am thouroughly disgusted with you web site "Jesus Dress Up". It ridicules the Christian belief and it mocks a promintent religious figure. Now I respect others beliefs and I expect them to do the same. I am very offended at this act and it so clearly displays the lack of respect and maturity a person should have. I feel sorry for you because you feel so empty that you need to make fun of and mock others for their secure belief in Jesus Christ. I can only hope that one day you will find Jesus and repent for your awful sins. I pity you and your lack of knowledge. I really do.

Sincerly A Christian Critic
Rainbow Brite
angel3333@hotmail.com


Holy smokes Rainbow Bright! You wake up every morning with the expectation that everyone is going to respect your beliefs?! I could care less if people respect my beliefs. I am so confident in what I believe that the respect people have or do not have makes no difference what so ever.

Fact is, anyone who is confident in their beliefs, deep down inside should not respect the opposition's. If they do respect it then they can't be very sure themselves.

Rainbow, I am sure. And a lack of respect for my beliefs will not faze me. In fact, I welcome and encourage it. It's just another excuse for me to talk about what I think... and I love doing that! One cannot talk about their beliefs without talking about what they do not believe. And if it hurts your god's feelings, it's time to find a new god.

Bob

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" Would you hang from a cross to prove the point?"

Dear Bob Smith:

You have come with a cool idea on the jesusdressupsite. However, the graphic execution could be a lot better. But more important, you should consider to yourself that making fun of Jesus' crucifixion to get awareness on the Web may be a tremendous lack of respect for something considered holy for many people and and an ideia some people over the centuries have given their lifes for. Even if Jesus wasn't the son of God but just a prophet, a man did die on that cross 2001 years ago. Hanging from a cross for hours (as he did) until he suffocated is clearly an ordeal that should be praised, not mocked. I'm sure you believe in freedom of expression. Would you hang from a cross to prove the point? How brave are we? It's easy to mock; it's harder to respect.

Good work!

Josť" Pinto
joseaugusto@yahoo.com


Let myself be hung from a cross to prove how brave I am? Hmmm, am I willing to be nailed to a cross to prove my point (my point being that I don't believe God exists and people who do believe I believe to be mistaken)?

You know, honestly it really doesn't scare me. I have a slight fear of heights but the main reason that I'm choosing not to do it is because I think it's braver NOT to do it. It doesn't scare me though.

I even started to make arrangements, purchasing the lumber, collecting together railroad spikes and a big hammer to pound them in my hands with. But while I was at Sam's Club carrying that economy size box of gauze I thought, "Ya know, I think that my message would be more respected if I didn't do this!" It just really made a lot of sense.

I also realized that I'd need help pounding in the nails and I don't think that I could find anyone to help me with that. No no no, don't bother emailing me offering to help, I've made up my mind and I think that I'd be less respected if I went back on my word now.

I've really given it serious thought but each time I've come to the same conclusion: I'm definitely brave enough I just don't think that it's much of a statement... honestly.

Thanks though for the suggestion.
heh heh. Bye :)

 

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