The #Unexpectedly Chronicles : TPNN Ebola & Atheists

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The #Unexpectedly Chronicles : TPNN Ebola & Atheists

The lat­est in a series of reg­u­lar posts on sto­ries that should sur­prise nobody who is actu­ally pay­ing attention.

This entry con­cerns the #1 story in Amer­ica Ebola via the Tea Party News Net­work that has some good news and some bad news. The good news is that Nurse Nina Pham is Ebola free and going home, the bad news is she not only men­tioned God but thanked those who prayed for her.

She also thanked those around the world who were pray­ing for her, not­ing that she believed in the power of prayer. Pham said, “I believe in the power of prayer because I know so many peo­ple around the world have been pray­ing for me. I join you in prayer now for the recov­ery of oth­ers.” Her words of thanks and grat­i­tude, and her deter­mi­na­tion to pray for oth­ers suf­fer­ing from Ebola, brought the athe­ists and other haters of reli­gious faith out in attack mode against her.

Twitchy has more.

Alas if only she was a devout Mus­lim instead of a Catholic. Had she thanked Allah, she might have scored a spot in the Revere school cur­ricu­lum.

The latest in a series of regular posts on stories that should surprise nobody who is actually paying attention.

This entry concerns the #1 story in America Ebola via the Tea Party News Network that has some good news and some bad news.  The good news is that Nurse Nina Pham is Ebola free and going home, the bad news is she not only mentioned God but thanked those who prayed for her.

She also thanked those around the world who were praying for her, noting that she believed in the power of prayer. Pham said, “I believe in the power of prayer because I know so many people around the world have been praying for me. I join you in prayer now for the recovery of others.” Her words of thanks and gratitude, and her determination to pray for others suffering from Ebola, brought the atheists and other haters of religious faith out in attack mode against her.

Twitchy has more.

Alas if  only she was a devout Muslim instead of a Catholic.  Had she thanked Allah, she might have scored a spot in the Revere school curriculum.