In news that has shocked the scientific world of atheist groups to their all-inclusive core, the leader of a small atheist society has admitted he was mistaken.
Word has not reached us yet as to whether the man will add to this unprecedented step by apologising but the head of a multi-denominational religious group is already claiming it is a miracle and says that if the atheist does apologise that we should prepare ourselves for the rapture.
Nathaniel Jeronimo, leader of the hitherto unknown atheist group Atheists For Unity, Coherence & Knowledge, was last night heard to admit that he put milk and sugar in the cup before the teabag when making tea for a friend and that he was now willing to concede that this was incorrect.
His friend was rumoured to have asked for an apology but withdrew the claim after calls for calm, stating that he did not want to be responsible for the end of the world.
Religious leaders are celebrating and saying it is a clear sign that God has worked a miracle and proof that if atheists are wrong about this then they are wrong about everything else.
Meanwhile Dawk Dickens, head atheist, has poured scorn on the claims, saying "there is no evidence this man is even an atheist at all and we only talk about things where there is evidence. The group doesn't appear on any of our registers and have never attended any of our meetings where we talk about something that doesn't exist. Quite frankly if this group comes forward I doubt we will even give AFUCK the time of day."
Atheist admits to getting something wrong. Religious leaders claim miracle.
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