Tag Archive: behaviour

christians face the genocidal tendencies of their loving god God

God has never pronounced judgement on an innocent person in all of history. These were debauched, bloodthirsty, idolatrous pagan nations with whom He had withheld His wrath for a long time. Even His… Continue reading

a post about morality for insanity

For the most part, people do not recognize that there are consequences for their actions. Instead, most people justify their actions and only alter their behavior when they think it will be beneficial… Continue reading

how to deal with sinful urges – tips and hints for christians

We all admit that we sometimes feel the urge to do things we suspect will not have completely positive outcomes. I feel for my Christian sisters and brothers and the challenges they face in this… Continue reading

lurking 12: the good christian wife

There’s lots of online advice about how to be a good Christian wife. I’ve seen quite a few handy tips recently that I think would benefit a wider audience. Insanitybytes gives her insanely romantic opinion on… Continue reading

simple explanations

The simplest explanation for the ubiquity and persistence of the human concept of God is that there is a God to whom humans yearn to connect. I came across this sentence in a post… Continue reading

the christian approach to sex

The human approach to sex is indeed fascinating and the effect that these love chemicals have on our life choices is extraordinary. The physical sensations associated with sex are so desirable that many… Continue reading

fear of death and misbehaving

Lurking around Christian posts can give a real insight into their preoccupations. Two things that stand out as particularly problematic for them are the looming thunderhead of death, and an intense fear that… Continue reading

justification for harmful behaviour

There are two belief systems below that could possibly influence someone’s behaviour: 1. There is an invisible god watching everything you do, assessing and judging your every action. You are essentially evil, and… Continue reading

what use are fairy tales?

If you want your children to be intelligent, read them fairy tales. If you want them to be more intelligent, read them more fairy tales. Albert Einstein While I’m hesitant to take issue… Continue reading

puzzled by morality

There seem to be endless discussions around a notion of morality, which Wikipedia tells me is: the differentiation of intentions, decisions, and actions between those that are “good” (or right) and those that… Continue reading