This doesn't surprise me. After having watched the BBC special a couple years ago, as well as the Tyra Banks interview, Megan didn't seem to fit in with the rest. Whenever discussing non-religious topics, such as her hobbies, you could see her entire demeanor change and she would be quite happy and engaged. It's refreshing to see that she was able to break free from that hateful upbringing and do the right thing.
Although I think this is a great story of someone finally "seeing the light", I hold little hope for the rest of them (around 80 or so I believe?). Just seeing the way they indoctrinate those children with hate from the time they're able to speak; they don't even really have a chance.
|Quoting seb146 (Reply 4):|
If He did, tornados would constantly rip through West Hollywood and Castro instead of Alabama and Kansas.
I'm not questioning your belief or love for god, but that argument doesn't holds water. It's like saying "God does not hate because 900 million people in the world suffer from malnutrition instead of all the atheists." You can't justify god's love by saying that 'unfortunate event X' happens instead of 'unfortunate event Y' and that is proof he doesn't hate. Especially when we can scientifically prove why 'unfortunate event X' happens and 'unfortunate event Y' doesn't.