Essay: God rained on the depressing "Reason Rally"

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God caused it to rain during the Reason Rally and only several thousand people gathered at the event.[1] Plus, I can't answer Shockofgod's question and the 15 questions of the Question evolution! campaign.

Please see: Atheism and depression and Global atheism is shrinking

The Almighty caused it to rain on the "Reason Rally"



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God humbles the "Reason Rally", a national atheist rally in America, via a rainy day as can be seen HERE and HERE and HERE

Did you notice how few of the atheists have umbrellas at the "Reason Rally". Evidently, many atheists are not familiar with the scientific discipline of meteorology whose practitioners give regular weather forecasts with various probabilities of rain.

The Almighty rained on your parade atheists. What are you going to do about it?

The atheists looked like a sad group of wet puppies. If only they had brought umbrellas!

The rally was billed as "the largest gathering of the secular movement in world history", but only several thousand people gathered during the rainy day for the event as can be seen HERE and HERE.

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