God could not be reached for comment.
be reached for comment: "Father, forgive them; they don't know what they're doing."
the crucified Savior was not able to excuse entirely the sin of those who crucified Him, but He extenuated its malice by alleging their ignorance. When we cannot excuse the sin, let us at least render it worthy of compassion, by attributing it to the most favorable cause, such as ignorance or infirmity.
St. Francis de Sales, Introduction to the Devout Life, Part 3, Chapter 28
Wonder if these folks have the cojones to get on Youtube and "blaspheme" (ahem) Muhammad or say something that would offend Jews.
Presumably not. These people's blasphemies are nominally against the Holy Spirit, but really against the crucified Savior. Pray for them to start thinking straight,
in hope that they'll see the shocking truth: in daring God to send them to hell, they are no better than the people who dared Him to come down from the cross, laughing and applauding while the death penalty was unjustifiably imposed on Him.