Tag Archive: jesus

a post about nazareth

Nazareth is not mentioned in any pre-Christian literature at all. Not a hint, not a whisper. Jesus of Where? by L’Ark One of my oddest experiences was a visit to the church in… Continue reading

obvious falsehoods – an appeal to Christians

One advantage of believing obvious falsehoods is that one is not tempted to imagine one could know the Truth. Clare Flourish Most Christian denominations seem to think they know the Truth about what… Continue reading

clarification for christian readers II

When I mention that Jesus said ‘something’ in the Bible, I really mean: At least one generation after he allegedly existed, someone wrote down that the character Jesus was reported to have said… Continue reading

helpful hints to judge sin (from a god)

Inspiration to blog has at last returned to me, courtesy of my old friends at Quiner’s Diner, and their magnificantly titled post, “Do sinners have moral standing to judge sin?”  I didn’t get… Continue reading

how to tell a story

Listen my friends! Behold, a teacher went out to teach. And as he taught, some of his students were playing with their iphones and didn’t hear a word he was saying. Other students… Continue reading

violet’s bible interpretations part 2

As part of this series, we’ll be randomly meandering through Christianity’s divinely inspired holy book, getting a flavour of what the god God and his same god, son god Jesus are meant to… Continue reading

superbug religion’s supremely divine species

When I create my new superbug religion that spreads through the world like an unstoppable tsunami of obvious correct, I may consider the inclusion of a supremely divine species. It would be passe,… 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