When I first heard about a bus crash in Indianapolis killing 3 people, I cringed, as I do with most tragedies. How awful, I think.
But when I discovered this bus carried Baptists returning from a church camp, I said out loud, "Ha!". It was a spontaneous outburst. Why? I'm sure you know. Their all-loving, caring, saving (etc.) god failed them.
I know it's wrong, but I get some sort of perverse joy out of lightning burning down a church. I can just imagine the congregation asking why the lord would do such a thing. We get the same old responses of "greater purposes", "it will strengthen our faith", "the lord works in mysterious ways", etc.
It continues to baffle me to understand the inanity behind such thinking. I just want to shout, "Don't you all get it? There is no god!!" Enough of the excuses and rationalizations. That's why I say "Ha!" when tragedies befall believers. Am I bad?