“I enrolled in a couple of Bible courses…the story of Noah and the story of the life of Jesus and I realized that neither story — they did not indicate to me anything other than Jesus was psychologically disturbed,” he explained.
Photo Credit: KLTV-TVIn addition to being insane, Greene believes that the Bible shows Jesus to be “callous and incredibly arrogant.”
Now, you’re likely wondering why we’re revisiting this story. See, Greene, empowered by his non-belief, is, once again, considering filing a lawsuit against the Henderson County nativity scene. If you’ll recall, after the atheist experienced his brief stint as a Christian, he was so moved by the generosity of believers to help him that he went out and purchased a star for the nativity. That star is now the centerpiece of his pending legal complaint.
Now that he’s a secularist again, the gift that he gave Christians comes with a price tag. He wants a sign attached to the nativity component that reads, “This star was a gift from 2 Texas Atheists. Merry Christmas!” His goal? To ensure that everyone knows that non-believers donated it. If the Christian community refuses to place the sign up with the star, he promises to sue over religious discrimination.
"If they put a menorah right with it, showing inclusions of other religions, that would be totally in compliance with the Texas constitution,” Greene told TheBlaze.
The constitution reads, in part, “No human authority ought, in any case whatever, to control or interfere with the rights of conscience in matters of religion, and no preference shall ever be given by law to any religious society or mode of worship.”
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