Today I learned that the prophet Mohammed (peace be upon him) has his own website (thank you, Linguist, for pointing this out).
Jesus has one too, but it’s very disappointing. He can turn water into wine but he can't make a site more than one lousy page? Mohammed’s website totally kicks Jesus’s website’s ass. Or it would if websites had asses.
I figured the gods in India would take after their worshippers and build amazing high-tech websites that cost a lot less than American ones, but damned if I can find them. Like Krishna, for example. There is no dearth of “Krishna’s websites” on the net but they look suspiciously like the work of ordinary mortals from Asia. Ganesh has nothing but an accounting-and-audit page in progress. In all of the Hindu pantheon I can’t find even one compelling online presence.
The Flying Spaghetti Monster is no blogger either, although his followers made a site to preach his Gospel.
Word of advice for anyone trying to find God: I don’t think you will online.