Nadia Bloom is a young girl who was lost in Florida, and was found by a fervent Christian who went off into the swamps babbling in tongues and praying to God to lead him to her. As you might guess, all the other rescue workers and volunteers are now forgotten, the prolonged search is unimportant, and all that matters is the one fellow fortunate enough to stumble into her was a Bible thumper. Isn’t that sweet?
Now the newspaper is running a poll with a stupid question. Just look at the answer that is winning:
Yes. God must have directed James King to where Nadia was. How else to explain it?
No. Couldn’t we just chalk this up to chance, persistence and/or good luck?
Maybe. How can we ever know for sure?
If you feel like answering yes, I have a follow-up question. A quick google search easily turns up lots of names of young girls who are missing, and then turn up dead. Where was God for
Anna Le, and
Olivia Rutherford? Were they just too wicked? Was God too busy making sure the right football teams won?
Maybe answer #1 should be rephrased. “Yes. God is a capricious bastard.”