A common but flawed argument (directed by the religious to those who dismiss Mideo Cruz's "blasphemy" in his art):
"If it were your mother's image that was defaced in public, wouldn't you be furious?"
(1) My mother, unlike 'God', is human and subject to human emotions and as such I'd be emphatic to her hurt and therefore be furious.
(2) God is supposedly possessing of "infinite forgiveness" and "infinite understanding" and as such, I'd think he'd be most likely to just let this thing slide much the same way that those of us who possess healthy egos are less likely to take offense coming from inconsequential people.
(3) Isn't comparing God to one's mortal mother a bit presumptuous? Blasphemous even?
Two words to people who use this argument: