Hudson River Maricle

January 18, 2009

So many people (i.e. Bill O’Reily) are saying passengers of the Hudson River place crash, were saved as an act of god. What I don’t understand is why didn’t god skip a step and the loss of property, by using his power to keep the birds from flying into the engine into the first place? Most be one of the god-works-in-mysterious-ways things. I guess god allowed the plane to crash so he could then demonstrate his love by working through the pilot and cause him to act heroically and thus safe the passengers. I guess having a assuming that the pilot was simply a good pilot faced wasn’t a possible scenario.

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2 Responses to “Hudson River Maricle”

  1. shamelesslyatheist said

    What makes you think god didn’t command the birds to make a suicide attack on the aircraft? This has always seemed equivocal logic to me. People who’s homes aren’t destroyed by a tornado always thank god for sparing it, but don’t realize the implied gratitude for god having smote their neighbor’s.

  2. chandi1982 said

    Hm, i agree in the sense that how about thank goodness they had a bloody good pilot who knew what he was doing – but in the end the whole event could have been avoided – so if they were saved by God, why did it happen in the first place?

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