People are wired to create an "us" and then a "them". Look at this forum, Harleys vs Metrics, Cars vs Motorcycles, Helmets vs No Helmets; you name it. There are a lot of people who have decided that Christianity is going to be their "them". This article didn't change the opinions of any of those commenters on the page. It was simply an opportunity for people with an already solidified opinion to lash out when even they know deep down that this is far from normal behavior for a Christian (or any human being). Just like deep down the Harley bashers know that the 1,000 miles a year trailer queen Harley's where the owner doesn't own anything without a bar and shield is not the norm (deep down, they'll never admit it though); and so on and so forth. But that'll never ever stop them from taking any opportunity, news clipping, or snippet of bad news about their particular "Them" and blow it out of proportion. Heck, not too long ago the Vulcan group on facebook had a guy post an article about a Harley rider losing control and crashing and claiming that Harley riders don't know how to ride. Really? There's never been a Vulcan lose control around a corner?I like how irreverent the topic title is to the actual news story... It's not like the women driver was like, "Oh hey, a motorcyclist! Jesus, take the wheel!" The poor cyclist just happened to be in her path of recklessness as so were the other vehicle/objects she hit before coming to a stop. She was also on vicodin, a narcotic pain killer (LOOK AT ALL THE SIDE EFFECTS!) with clear warnings about not operating vehicles or heavy machinery. The women was obviously under the influence of the drug; because, no sane Christian would do such a thing.
This appears to be nothing more than attempted bashing against Christians, just like 99% of the comments below the news story. I'm glad no one was killed in the event; but I thoroughly detest how quickly people jump on the same bandwagon when certain religions are involved.
Respect others as you would want to be respected.