Monthly Archive: April, 2013

lurking 3: how to get to heaven

The third post in my lurking series isn’t from the comments section of a post. It’s a lovely extract from a post that I read a couple of months ago that was so… Continue reading

lurking 2: women! shut up!

This is the second post in my new series publishing comments that surprise me as I lurk round Christian blogs. Two things were brought to my attention yesterday that have affected today’s choice… Continue reading

lurking 1: health and wealth

One of the best things about blogging is lurking round other people’s blogs to get a good sense of what’s going on in nutty corners of the world. I follow a wide variety… Continue reading

questions about killing

Thou shalt not kill. Q: Kill what? A: Humans. Kill as many animals as you like, even if you have no nutritional need for them. They taste nice and, according the Bible, pleasure… Continue reading

lure of the forbidden

In times past, we blamed these dark impulses on the Devil, or on our own weak moral character. We regarded thoughts as but a step away from deeds, and admonished ourselves – or… Continue reading

what is a christian?

Prompted by another probing and insightful post from the daily delights released by Clare Flourish, I got to thinking about what makes a person a Christian. This popular religion has two millennia of… Continue reading

discussions on gay marriage

It is simply a natural fact that you need a man and a woman to make a marriage and that a child’s heart longs for the love of both his or her mother… Continue reading

problems with data

Presently, genetics uses the terminology and framework of racists so much so that there are race realists who are specialists on genetics and ‘human biodiversity.’ There are a lot of weird blogs floating… Continue reading

a smarty pants experiment with language, science and religion

Everyone is born an atheist. There are lots of variations on this theme floating about the place. I don’t think it’s completely false. But it doesn’t make any sense. Everyone is born with a… Continue reading

four phases of a trinity

In response to a recent comment from a cheeky young scamp, I clarified that I am a complex person: a mother, a daughter and wholly spirited. Something about my comment sounded familiar and… Continue reading