Crisis Provokes Anger At God

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Crisis Provokes Anger At God

According to a study published in the Journal Of Personality And Social Psychology, two out of three people become angry with God following traumatic events, such as a cancer diagnosis. What do you think?

  • "That's just silly. God only has control over things like helping you find a great parking spot or allowing you to get home in time to watch Cake Boss."

    Lindsey Rafferty
    Carpet Salesperson
  • "That's got to be really frustrating for the Devil."

    Dan Egan
    Systems Analyst
  • "If this study doesn't convince God to stop doing terrible things, I don't know what will."