The Irony of Making Fun of gods?

β€œIrony: you post a meme that contains an image of an Egyptian god, while stating that there are no gods πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚β€ – Challenger My response, it only addresses the man-made evidenceless claims, which that Egyptian god myth like all god myth claims are limited to human created fantasies. β€œI know this, I just found it funny that you were using an image of a god to promote atheism. Hence my remark about IRONY.” – Challenger My response, it’s not my meme by the way but it is like something I would make so you are correct there. So you know, I always add my name or state something is mine, but to me we could add any pic of any claimed god myth what’s the difference to me as the meme states they are gods are a manmade concept so adding a pic of any god myth only is bit to show the ridiculous nature of such gods and some of the Egyptian god pantheon with its half human half animals are so odd to the Abrahamic god myths that using such gods could assist theistic believers to see if the odd god is fake and not believed with no more assurances then their favored god myth that they may see that IRONY. To me, humor is a doorway to the deepest places inside of us. It can do many things there, like how it can allow you to accept hard truths. A spoonful of sugar makes the medicine go down, so to say. I hypothesize this may be because we are hardwired for emotional hijacking responses as a...