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God Was Drinking Beer, He Couldn’t Save Victims Of Ethiopian Airlines – Ghanaian Atheist

Popular Ghanaian atheist, Chris Vincent, in his reaction to the death of 157 people who perished in the Ethiopian Airline crash, blamed God for looking away from them.

On Sunday, a Boeing 737 MAX 8 plane managed by Ethiopian Airlines crashed on it way from Addis Ababa to Nairobi, Kenya.

He took to his Facebook page to type thesis, asking why God couldn’t save any of the 157 people lost their lives in the accident.

Amongst 7 reasons he ascribed to the traffic incident, he said God was drinking beer with Satan so he forget to save his people.

He wrote:

Is it not sad and mysterious that none of the 157 people who died in the plane crash yesterday was worth saving by any of the Gods believed to be up there?

I mean, so none of the 157 people which probably included children and infants was really a decent person that called on his or her God and the God answered?

There are a few possible reasons why none was saved:

1. God was sleeping
2. God was busy drinking beer with Satan
3. God couldn’t be bothered as he does not care about homo sapiens 
4. God caused this evil to happen himself 
5. God is powerless and couldn’t do anything 
6. God has been dead a long time ago but no one came to tell us
7. There is no God

Considering the odds and how repetitively such things happen without any sign of a miracle working God showing up, the most plausible answer is that none of the Gods claimed, really exist.

The God delusion has been part of us for a long time and these things always remind us that indeed no celestial father is watching over us.

Do you remember Captain Planet? He mostly shown up when his people called him to save them or the world but the many Gods people believe in, keep failing them and yet they can’t see it.

It’s sad but I believe many shouted and called on God—he didn’t answer or turn up to save any.

We are here by random act of chance and not by the hands of any invisible father.

The earlier we begin to work hard to understand the world we live in and find solutions to our problems, the better.

Do not rely on the hand of any God, none exist.

Good morning!

—Chris-Vincent Agyapong

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  1. That’s not true, you have missed your track there Mr. Is actually those in engineering department that was over drunk to investigate the plane before takeoff. Bastard, if your head found missing immediately you posted this rubbish, your family will say God why.

  2. Chris-Vincent Agyapong, just curious, since you don’t believe that God exists, why mention Him at all? Why would you start talking about someone who doesn’t exist?
    The bible says “the fool has said in his heart, there is no God – Psalm 14:1, Psalm 53:1. So you see Chris-Vincent Agyapong, God knew you and all the other atheists even before you all existed. Again better change before you meet Him for judgement.

  3. Cecil Kossi DJAMEH says:

    I’m glad an atheist like you pronounced the name of God. That’s a sign that somewhere deep in your heart, you think He exists
    If God was drinking beer, what was Chris Vincent doing at the time of the accident?? I’m sure he was in bed with a woman God created.

  4. Simon Akhaine says:

    God exist. He shows mercy at will. I pray God to arrest you and prove he exist so you would be a testimony to the world.

  5. Jadesola Babatola says:

    The senselessness of the writer or the madness of his passion has made him drunken in his mind to go gaga and out of the way to blame God for a technical or product error. What he could not comprehend as the enemy of his creator is that the air mishap, engine failure or landing accident that took place had nothing to do with God as a Master Creator. The plane was driven by men or pilots whose knowledge of the aircraft was put to use and would not ordinarily wish to die in a painful way or kill that good number of people unless they are suicidal. The plane was not driven by God just as any vehicle on the road is driven by a driver and not God. The accident that resulted in the unfortunate demise of our beloved citizens and other passengers therefore had no correlation with the knowledge and wisdom of God. Moreover, it is a very reasonable to understand to basis of cteation, the freewill and autonomy that God gave to all men from a scriputural approach and the essence of human existence and the timeframe. The Bible says there is a time for everything and there are seasons and times under heaven. Time to be born and time to die. What has happen is very unfortunate in human approximation because of the sense of loss and unexpected accident that took place. However, it does not change God and the prophetic timing of human events. Everything has a timeframe and we cannot blame God. The plane and its engine was crafted by some people and the type of issues surrounding its performance indicates that there is time for everything. The plane failed or expired at its time but undortunately took many precious lives along. Can we blame God for that? Has he not set everything in order in the worldly system so that everyone will play their specific role? Will that not be the error of others or the failure of a system set up by men rather than by God?. If at all we have to go deeper than the reasonable or look into the very basics on which the plane died, will it not be a matter for the pilots, manufacturers and aviation engineers to decipher? What is the sin of God here, who bequeath if knowledge and wisdom and who made everything beautiful in its own time? God is not mocked. Whatsoever we sow or plant, is what we will reap. Let our drunken atheist leave God out of his illogical enterprise. This is not a defence of God who is more than able to defend himself, but to let us know that only the fools will say there is no God and only tje perishing would blame Gid who has no hand in evil or wickedness. Let us fear God.

  6. Jadesola Babatola says:

    The senselessness of the writer or the madness of his passion has made him drunken in his mind to go gaga and out of the way to blame God for a technical or product error. What he could not comprehend as the enemy of his creator is that the air mishap, engine failure or landing accident that took place had nothing to do with God as a Master Creator.

    The plane was driven by men or pilots whose knowledge of the aircraft was put to use and would not ordinarily wish to die in a painful way or kill that good number of people unless they are suicidal. The plane was not driven by God just as any vehicle on the road is driven by a driver and not God. The accident that resulted in the unfortunate demise of our beloved citizens and other passengers therefore had no correlation with the knowledge and wisdom of God. Moreover, it is a very reasonable to appreciate or understand the basis of creation whereof the freewill and autonomy that God gave to all men subsist from a scriputural approach knowing that the essence of human existence is predicated and pontificated on a timeframe.

    The Bible says there is a time for everything and there are seasons and times under heaven. Time to be born and time to die. What has happen is very unfortunate in human approximation because of the sense of loss and unexpected accident that took place. However, it does not change God and the prophetic timing of human events. Everything has a timeframe and we cannot blame God.

    Indeed, the plane and its engine was crafted by some people and the type of issues surrounding its performance indicates that there is time for everything. The plane failed or expired at its own time but unfortunately took many precious lives along. Can we blame God for that? Has he not set everything in order in the worldly system so that everyone will play their specific role? Will that not be the error of others or the failure of a system set up by men rather than by God?. This is what my thinker and fellow writee failed to address. He was just bent on attacking the omnipresence and omniscient nature of God forgetting the degrees and layers of principles in human creation and existence and the autonomy enjoyed by them.

    If at all we have to go deeper than the reasonable and look at the very basics on which the plane died, will it not be a matter for the pilots, manufacturers and aviation engineers to decipher? Unless the plane is supernaturally made and driven, God who is mkre than supernatural is immune from natural laws and incidence unless the supernatural intervention is made in natural occurences. The two realms and planes differs and we cannot manipulate one at the expense of the other.

    What is the sin of God here, the one who bequeath knowledge and wisdom to man and who made everything beautiful in its own time? Is it a sin for God to expand human knowledge to give him comfort and them siffer for his pains when errors are made? Sincerely, God is not mocked. Whatsoever we sow or plant, is what we will reap. We cannot plant apple and reap oranges. The input gives the output result.

    Let our drunken atheist leave God out of his illogical enterprise. This is not a defence of God who is more than able to defend himself, but to let us know that only the fools will say there is no God and only the perishing would blame God who has no hand in evil or wickedness. This is the scriptural approximation and indeed it is the right of belief to all those who believe in God.

    Painful that the bright and the brightest are gone like fading flowers. But we are all spirits and those who worship God must do so in spirit and in truth. For those who know their God will do exploits and definitely those who have encountered God on that illfated flight will havr mercy on their soul because they are already raised in royal diadem snd joined to God in spirit forever reigning. May their gentle soul rest in peace. What environment, human inventions and other laws of nature causes in the termination of human lives has nithing to do with God. Skmething will be responsible forbthe end of every man, though we always seek his mercy and pray for a dignifying and painless fulfiling end. Only God knows where it starts and where it stops as the author and finisher of our faith. Let our trust be in God and not in the chariots.

    Let us fear God.

  7. Wether you believeb it or not Almighty GOD is Alive and HE is Coming back soon remember one day when you die you will know that Heaven and hell is real take life for granted mess up on the last day we shall see who will cry.

  8. Just like some have rightly pointed out, this atheist inadvertently recognizes God by mentioning His name. He should also be thought that Satan is always responsible for any bad that happens to men. Why did he not also blame the makers, pilots and service engineers of the plane before it was being used and during its use? Is God the one using the plane or servicing and piloting the plane? Is God the one to blame for men to decide for themselves what is good and what is bad? A humble person will allow others to try what he alone can do and see the result so that the right message or the truth will be conveyed to observers. The situation between God and Satan is just like what i am trying to explain here. Notice that Satan said that God is a liar and that men can rule or decide for themselves what is good for them and so men have gone into making all sorts of things making them think and believe that, that is the best way to live. We are certainly short of that glory (ie. perfection in doing or making things that will not claim our lives as in this case, ability to live forever, etc) God gave us before. The crash of the plane is just one of the issues that man can never make anything rule to keep him alive forever unlike what God promised Adam/Eve and what He is still promising us today and in future everlasting life – Revelation 21:3-4. Time and unforeseen circumstances befall all people including the righteous – Ecclesiastes 9:11. I am sure this atheist will blame God too for men to amass war implements that are now being used to destroy men. The question now is who made these and who is using them? Are the laws of God not explicit enough for us to stop killing ourselves? Who do you blame for this? Men should blame Satan and themselves for being unreasoning rather than God just like this plane crash too – 2Peter2:12. It is unfortunate that many lives were lost but as a matter of fact God would have preferred that even the sinners among them live to repent and have life in abundance – 2Peter3:9

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