While indulging in five minutes of semi-random article clicking on my Reader I came across something on a site called Christianity Today titled: Why the Special Envoy on Freedom of Religion or Belief role is invaluable I wonder, does a badge and a hat come with the job? You can read the article if you … More Religious freedom. Contradiction of terms?
Introduced to bolster state secularism, Bill 21 prevents judges, police officers, teachers and public servants holding some other positions from wearing (religious) symbols such as the kippah, turban, or hijab while at work. Is it OK for public servants to wear religious symbols? https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-48588604 Well …. is it? Meanwhile …. Ark
Still my favorite video on this subject. Having been embroiled in conversation with yet another who thinks Noah and his Flood were genuine historical events I thought I’d post it once again. Grab a coffee. 17 minutes well spent. Ark
A post about disability included a paragraph about a Christian and former drug addict who approached a blind person on the train and asked for permission to pray that his sight may be restored. The Christian claimed that praying to his god was directly responsible for his own ”healing” This prompted my response. I’ll give … More Oh, for gods’ sake.
For my religious friends and especially, David, Mel, Wally, cumbriasmithy, IB, James ”Jesus is coming and so am I” Running the Race, and all you silly god-botherers out there. Jim Jeffries and Lewis Black – pure comedic genius. ”Whether you like it or not, scientists are primarily atheist.” – Jim Jeffries – … More Oh, for gods sake!
One can never get tired of this. ”This kind of faith is really the perfection of narcissism. God loves me, dontcha know? He cured me of my eczema. He made me feel so good while singing in church. And just when we had given up hope we managed to find a banker … More Religion. What’s the Harm
Yes, Pastor Mel is at it again, his disingenuous nature oozing like malignant treacle with his latest offering. Probably the most famous bible verse that Christians like … no, they positively relish quoting is John 3:16 and even if you have not been brainwashed indoctrinated into the faith you are more than likely aware of this … More On the Wild Side: Liars for Jesus
The other evening I watched Darkest Hour with Gary Oldham. In case you don’t know … The movie is about Churchill becoming Prime Minister with the primary focus on the evacuation at Dunkirk and Britain’s further involvement in the War. It is a good film and Oldham’s performance was worthy of the Oscar. I enjoy … More Making it up as they go along?
Those of you who have been reading my blog for a while may recall the name Jonny Scaramanga. Jonny was schooled through ACE – Accelerated Christian Education. ACE are Young Earth Creationists. Based on reading Jonny’s experiences their methodology is as toxic as they come. It was through reading Jonny’s blog that I found out … More Religious Toxicity
When it comes to a great many Christians, the depths of disingenuity run very deep. The saga of Moses and the Exodus, which all but a minuscule number of archaeologists and scholars agree is simply a Jewish foundational myth, is kept alive primarily by the willfully ignorant, or if you prefer, blatantly dishonest posturings of … More Liars for Jesus … again!
From the blog of Pastor David Robertson. Martha Ark, you misunderstand my statement above – please read it again ” if I were to produce evidence for the Exodus including archaeological, non-biblical historical accounts and proof of the exact numbers which left Egypt, where they settled/wandered – you would just cover your ears and eyes … More Don’t give me no jive, and don’t tell me no lies!