While this image is obviously very humorous, one has to take into account that it is also a very accurate depiction of the world we live in today.
One of the biggest problems in our society today is conflict between different religions. Such animosity has caused millions of deaths and even entire wars. In this way, humans try to take on the role of being the ultimate judges for one another’s ideals and beliefs. Most religions, especially Christianity, consider their higher power to be the ultimate judge of their actions. While they say this and read many holy books that tell them the same thing, they continue to discriminate and kill in the name of their religions.
Another good example of such judgment takes place in James Hogg’s Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner. The main characters George and Robert have very different ideologies concerning religion. While Robert is steadfast to Calvinism, his brother George is an un-devout Christian. Robert then takes it upon himself to kill in the name of his beliefs and eventually kills his own brother with the sense of having done his God a favor. Robert even believes that he has taken the sword of his Lord to carry out such works.
By considering themselves as having the ability to evaluate one another or serve as their own godlike figures, people from different religions will constantly be at war. While Christianity and most other religions are very much the same. Most of them have one divine entity, and are based on the ideals of love and acceptance. Considering this it is easy to say that it is highly hypocritical for these same people to kill or judge those who disagree with them by miniscule amounts. As the saying goes, one should practice what they preach.