Monthly Archives: April 2009

The Bible Proves Itself Repulsive

Before someone claims that all this is now changed: Jesus said he did not come to change the law in any way. There are some sects which cherry pick what they want to believe. They don’t of course call it … Continue reading

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The Bible Proves Itself Contradictory

http://www.infidels.org/library/modern/jim_meritt/bible-contradictions.html http://www.infidels.org/library/modern/donald_morgan/inconsistencies.html http://www.evilbible.com/Biblical%20Contradictions.htm The only thing the Bible proves is the fallibility of humans. Every book was written by a human and is packed with human error. My Dad was capable of writing a more entertaining and less error filled … Continue reading

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The Maze

Programming, or mind washing someone with words, concepts, involves making someone think in the way that you desire. Conditioning someone with repetition is the usual fashion used. Even so, to avoid losing your subject, the individual must be insulated against … Continue reading

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Idiot

When all your arguments are demolished and nothing else comes to mind proclaim your opponent an idiot. Just like those that use profanity to cloak their lack of vocabulary this makes you feel so much more intelligent. At least in … Continue reading

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Non-belief

Atheism accepts the natural world as all there is . To live without god beliefs is intellectually stimulating. To find one’sown purpose and be responsible for one’s own life is exciting.To be free of the imagined surveillance of good and … Continue reading

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Anger Grows

With the passage of time anger should abate. Instead it grows. Betrayal is impossible to forget. The pretense was so very complete, the revealing of it, such a shock. I should have suspected. There were many clues which revealed the … Continue reading

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