Dying to Believe

Some more of the same

They never do.

They never do.

Today is Tuesday, which means somebody else has died because of religion. Isn’t it beautiful:

TULSA, Oklahoma — A Green Country woman’s religious beliefs could send her to prison. She’s accused of felony child neglect for choosing prayer over medicine for her sick son.

Tulsa County prosecutors have charged Susan Grady with felony child neglect for the death of her 9-year-old son. Nine-year-old Aaron Grady died in Broken Arrow 18 months ago.

The medical examiner found that he died from complications of diabetes. Investigators say three days before he died, Aaron got very sick.

Witnesses told police he was lethargic, urinating on himself, and breathing hard, but they also say he was still eating. Investigators talked to five people who said they’d visited the boy to pray for him.

Now he’s in the hands of The Lord. Really?

The clock is ticking. In 168 hours I will tell you about somebody else who had to die because of religion.

Keep reading. And may Jesus have mercy on your soul.


3 thoughts on “Dying to Believe

  1. I’m still alive because God taught my doctor how to heal me. It takes more than one person along with God to heal. Those parents were stupid. God does not work the way those parents expected. He helps people learn how to help other people.

  2. Pingback: Dying to Believe | Skeptical Analysis

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