Silly thought about Zombies and Religion

I’m curious how religion would cope and adapt when the zombies apocalypse comes. Okay, maybe we don’t have to worry about Zombies but we do have to worry about mindless humans walking around while playing with their smart phone (doesn’t this make them less smart when they walk into a wall or a car?).



Getting back on topic….With religion most religions preach about forgiveness and not to harm others. So, in a religious Zombie book, if one is bitten does that person need to turn and offer up the other cheek (or neck, arm…)


This is an important subject…no?


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3 Responses to Silly thought about Zombies and Religion

  1. Rod says:

    I think zombies and religion go together perfectly!

    Do zombies read?

    Maybe they just take their priest’s word for it, for what their book says?

    “Don’t bite someone if you wouldn’t want to be bitten” ? But I think the urge to bite–that other defining characteristic of zombies–is overwhelming.

    Do zombies need to be told about the afterlife? Aren’t they already living it? Maybe they’re worried about the second death…or third death?

    Some versions of Xianity say we will wake up again in the same flesh (very similar to zombies) and some say we float around as disembodied souls.

    Check the movies. Do zombies wear cross necklaces, or carry crosses? Maybe they need them to keep away the vampires?

    Or maybe they’re not impressed with a guy who died and then got up and started walking and talking again? Is there a separate zombie savior? What did HE do?

  2. ekisjan says:

    I think most religious leaders will have the same train of thought that Mightily Oats had when faced with the zombie apocalypse:

    “He knows he has a prayer, but he wishes he had an axe.”

    Quote taken from Carpe Jugulum by Terry Pratchett

  3. Rod says:

    Zombies vs. Vampires:

    A zombie rips another zombie’s arm off, breaks it in two at the elbow, and uses the pieces to form a “cross” to ward off a vampire.

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