Oh, those wacky Christians?
...well, maybe the plaintiff here was a TAD crazy, but what's the difference.
This is a real case, and lawyers and paralegals will find it especially amusing.
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Scripture makes a number of points very clear:
1) Yahweh is our lawgiver, judge and king – not any man with a black robe that sits four feet off the floor.
2) Our battle is spiritual in nature, therefore it cannot be brought before a human court.
3) Believers are citizens of the Kingdom of Heaven, not the United States
4) Believers are instructed not to bring their issues before any pagan court
Yes, this is a humorous story. No, this guy is not a Christian.
- 1 decade ago
Not an atty, but taking a few LSAT study courses, and this is still hilarious!!!
But, you can file anything you want, I suppose.
Wonder how he intended to collect if we won? Seize Satan's bank accounts? I've never seen him at the Supreme Beings Unnational Bank, but I guess you never know...
- Marvin -Retired-Lv 41 decade ago
Now, why didn't I think of that?
Granting Satan diplomatic immunity is going a bit far. Maybe if it was filed in CA state court you might get a different verdict.
- Old KidLv 61 decade ago
Hard to hold a trial for a non-existing being. How would you ever serve the defendant?Source(s): :o)
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- Anonymous1 decade ago
A blight on the landscape
- Emmy [Redux]Lv 61 decade ago
Unix: Are you a complete moron? Any atheist that has attempted to sue god is clearly NOT an atheist, or it was a joke.
- CrankyYankeeLv 61 decade ago
I wonder how much time and money this lunacy cost the court system.
- 1 decade ago
Heh. That's hilarious.
- τεκνον θεουLv 51 decade ago
They're right, that would be one helluva class action. Pun intended.
- unixLv 71 decade ago
what of athiests who sue God?