Tag Archive: musings

make your choice – who was Jesus?

“You must make your choice. Either this man was, and is, the Son of God, or else a madman or something worse. You can shut him up for a fool, you can spit… Continue reading

a reader question – selling body parts

A couple of blogs I read publish posts answering questions from their readers. I thought I’d do the same and pretend readers come to me seeking my sage advice. Unfortunately, my question wasn’t from… Continue reading

conspiracy theories, self-fulfilling prophecies and a fat reality check

Given the slightly disturbing turn of discussion on my previous post, I’ve been thinking a lot about conspiracy theories. Like many humans, I’ve been a big fan of conspiracy theories at various points… Continue reading

another challenge for christians

I recently issued a challenge to Christians which received little or no uptake. Not deterred, I’ve thought of another one which I’m sure will be better received. For truly I tell you, until… Continue reading

detecting creator forces

we can see him, we can hear Him, we can touch, smell, measure, and detect Him in EVERY way; we simply award the Oscar to ourselves, giving congratulatory speeches thanking ourselves while we… Continue reading

the emperor’s new clothes

Here’s a free donut to chew on: God and His word wins all challenges by not showing up. (Colorstorm) Let’s think about what the Christian god God ‘wins’ by not showing up. Yes,… Continue reading

the two types of christian

It’s come to my attention that there are two broad types of Christian. One Christian wants a god who judges, and the other wants a god who loves. One Christian salivates over arbitrary rules… Continue reading

when the world goes to hell and a handbasket

The slippery slidey morality core that governs ‘correct’ Christian behaviour has had yet another knock to its centrifugal force. One of the most charming features of the allegedly static Christian morality core is that it is… Continue reading

mandatory rainbows violate right to form opinions

I consider your mandatory rainbows a total violation of my right to form my own opinions. (Insanitybytes) For those of you who haven’t noticed, WordPress has decorated the top bar of our Reader… Continue reading

a post for Insanity about the sacrifice of parenthood

Having children is actually a great sacrifice, we give everything we have to help aid and nurture these little beings so they can make their way in the world. (Insanitybytes) This rose-tinted view… Continue reading