Tag Archive: god

language for gods and atheists

Is it rude or silly to talk about invisible sky fairies? I’ve just read a comment-disabled post that takes issue with atheists attempting to ridicule Christian beliefs by using inaccurate metaphors. The author suggests:… Continue reading

life through the lens of Christians

I’ve had a couple of enlightening exchanges with some Christians recently that left me scratching my head even more than usual. Let’s share these experiences. decay Christians can have a seriously confusing view… Continue reading

how harmful is your christianity?

I recently had the pleasure of meeting my best blogging buddy, Clare Flourish. She’s a religious oddity in my opinion: the deity she believes in does appear to be of an actual benevolent… Continue reading

understanding the god God

There are a few things about the god God that I don’t quite understand. I thought it might be nice to display them in public and see if any of my kind readers… Continue reading

lurking 5: the will of a benevolent god

I’m more than delighted to have the opportunity to return to the lurking series, courtesy of some charming thoughts found here. Most Christians I’ve personally met tend to prefer a benevolent spin on… Continue reading

violet’s bible interpretations part 1

This is a new series designed to celebrate some of the words to be found in the religious book of Christianity followers. They believe their book, the Bible, has been inspired by an… Continue reading

spine-tingling deities

I’m a huge Mike Patton fan. He’s a multi-talented, multi-faceted, multi-genre music-making genius extraordinaire. I love Faith No More, Fantomas, Peeping Tom and even that silly Italian orchestra stuff. Lots of other people… Continue reading

supernatural trump card

One of my blog muses regularly inspires me with his knowledge of the correct interpretation of the Bible and his use of the supernatural trump card. This fantastic little card is available to… Continue reading

comment of the month

This month sees a triple treat of truly enticing commentary on one of Christianity’s distinctly dotty doctrines: the Trinity. We’re going to start with an old favourite, move on to the young pretender, and finish with… Continue reading

highlights of a deconversion

For some unknown reason, I’ve been reminiscing lately about my awakening to atheism. It was almost 20 years ago and I have terrible memory, but I’d like to present the highlights. alarm bell… Continue reading