PostSecret: Today’s Goodies

From the latest PostSecret:

Anyone surprised by this one?

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And the last line below is the most revealing part about it.

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  • Arlen

    What a terrible thing to do! I can’t fathom why someone would steal from a church, even a church that takes stances one may disagree with.

    I sincerely hope that the thief truly needs the money and is using it to become a better person.

    Is it telling at all that the chalk vandalism of an atheist sign drew calls for condemnation from commenters while readers have so far stayed quiet about a more substantial evil perpetrated against a church?

  • http://www.skepchick.org writerdd

    I hope that’s not the actual church where the janitor works or someone might see the photo and know who it is!

  • ash

    Is it telling at all that the chalk vandalism of an atheist sign drew calls for condemnation from commenters while readers have so far stayed quiet about a more substantial evil perpetrated against a church?

    at the least, it’s telling that these 2 reports are on an atheist website; i’d imagine a reverse response on a christian site. to be honest, tho, i wouldn’t class this as the greater of 2 evils. the church thefts (if they are true) are a presumably christian individual robbing his own community, whereas the vandalism was a hate crime, specifically carried out in order to offend a particular group that the perpetrator presumably sees as ‘opposition’. the theft is an act of self-centred disrespect, the vandalism however is both spiteful and malicious. although the graffitti was certainly on a lesser scale, i’m judging on apparent intentions.