is it me, or have the Xtian analogies really nosedived lately...? Seems like they cant come up with any good ones.<quoted text>
If my parents bought me a car, that would indeed be a miracle, they have been dead for years, but what the hell has a parent's right or otherwise to take back a car got to do with human sacrifice, or your god's penchant for killing infants. A parent has the right to chastise an errant child, but they don't have the right to kill that child, something that seemed to be the biblical god's preferred method of chastisement. I have yet to hear one fundie say that the biblical god's slaughter of children is wrong and you probably don't think it's wrong either. Surprise me!
But we have another problem with Flygeerios analogy. He uses the human-parent for his analogy - but we know when "we" use it to counter their silly claims - they balk like a one legged pitcher. The human-parent analogy is off-limits to us...but they can use it, usually poorly - and its all good.