Date: 2010-01-05 06:53 pm (UTC)
I've seen this story before, and I generally have a problem with it. No professor who was so adamant about his atheism would let a random slip of the fingers unsettle him. It's highly unlikely that this situation ever actually happened, especially with him running out of the room afterwards.

I have no issue with anyone believing in (or not believing in) a god or divinity, but the story is trying to make this sound factual when it just doesn't sound plausible, and I don't like it very much when anyone does that, theist or otherwise.
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