Athiest Rob Sherman Reported Killed in Marengo Plane Crash

The WBBM-TV is reporting that publicity -eeking aethiest Rob Sherman was killed when his homemade airplane crashed in a corn field near Marengo.

The dead man’s identity has not yet been revealed by McHenry County Coroner Anne Majewski, but she has released the following:



Athiest Rob Sherman Reported Killed in Marengo Plane Crash — 12 Comments

  1. First of all, it’s spelled “Atheist.”

    Second of all, calling him a “publicity seeker” is a crude insult to someone who spent his life defending the separation of state and church which is plainly stated in the First Amendment of the Constitution.

    Your bias is showing, and it’s not pretty.

  2. Look at the bright side.

    He will not be going to heaven.

    Where do non believers like him go?

  3. Why they even had to put down that he was an Atheist is beyond me.

    Tinkerbelle, I don’t think there is a bright side when anyone dies.

    Never know, he may have called on Jesus that last second and now he is in heaven.

    Either that or he is very warm right about now.

  4. Hey, Jeff Wells.

    As I look at the actual words of The 1st Amendment, all I can see, regarding religion, is that Congress won’t pass any laws, that ESTABLISH a religion, (this means there is no National Religion, like England had) or that prohibit any religion, or the right of the people to practice that religion.

    Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances

    I believe, what you are referring to is this…

    The phrase “separation of church and state” is generally traced to a January 1, 1802 letter by Thomas Jefferson, addressed to the Danbury Baptist Association in Connecticut, and published in a Massachusetts newspaper.

    Jefferson wrote,…”I contemplate with sovereign reverence that act of the whole American people which declared that their legislature should ‘make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof,’ thus building a wall of separation between Church & State.”

    It was in a letter, he wrote, not in The Constitution, where so many people, mistakenly, place it.

    Maybe if had stayed awake, during civics class.

  5. Tinkerbelle,

    As for where he will go, since Heaven is probably a non-starter, I figure he will end up haunting some dive bar in Bensenville.

    By the way, I have been a personal friend of Rob, for over 40 years.

    It will be sad, to see him go, but in truth, the world is better off, without him.

    I don’t think he ever got all of his ducks lined up, very securely.

  6. I think it’s an awesomely bright thing to happen when someone dies.

    They ran their race; and now they get to enter eternity.

    That sounds pretty amazing to me.

  7. He didnt defend anything…all he ever appeared to be was a Christian hater.

    If he is gone its quite ironic it happened just before Christmas…a day he despised and did what he could to try to ruin it for everyone.

    Go read his site for his congressional run.

    All he wanted to do was overturn everthing our great nation stands for.

    God will not be mocked

  8. Old Man….not that anyone cares what you think…but what are you forgiving him for if you cannot forgive him for the “damage he has caused”?

  9. Anna? I believe we are speaking of the kind of damage that Madelyn Murray OHare did.

    If you can’t understand that, then you are going to be really unhappy when Common Core is gone and they bring prayer back to our schools.

    (You apparently have no idea what forgiveness entails. It is NOT about the forgiven. It is about the one that gives it freely.)

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