God certainly doesn’t seem to especially spare places of worship or people inside, that much seems to be true. It used to be so that people would seek sanctuary inside churches but I think that was more to shelter from human enemies who feared the reach of the Catholic Church, back in the Middle Ages.
It is amazing to me there are 7 comments about the video here and only five views of the video. One of them is a long atheist friend that watched me build the channel. I would appreciate it if folks would actually watch it before making comments. I do appreciate the input I get here.
how can there be a place of god if there is no god to start with? the question presumes that there is a god. i don't know if the other end of the link makes the same presumption because i rarely click through if the title is as troublesome as this one is. i mean, if that really is the question, the answer is simple: no.
To accept that a "house of worship" is in any way god's hangout is to make every church that's the location of a mass killing (whether by humans or weather or whatever) an indictment of god as the absent, indifferent, unavailable, neglectful parent-figure he'd have to be.
Fortunately for me I don't have to deal with the anger, disappointment, sense of betrayal or bitterness that many of his "children" do, because I have no basis to think it remotely likely there's any sort of benevolent, interventionist deity in charge of anything.