Tag Archive: musings

a question for Christians – what is heaven like?

As far as I can tell, Christians seem to have quite differing expectations of their impending afterlife. A quick google of Christian sites brings some interesting visions. Some believe their god God sits… Continue reading

what does your heaven look like?

I’m intrigued by the prospect of an afterlife. I’m not incredibly concerned with its location but I am interested to know what believers imagine it will be like. If you’re surrounded by your… Continue reading

being bad

I was brought up in a family where punishment of any sort was virtually unknown, and then it was in the form of restitution or compensation. No matter what our trespass was, we… Continue reading

utterly wonderful places

There are some utterly wonderful places in the world. Places that astound your eyes, your ears, your nose and make you feel alive, excited and content to the extreme.  My travelling days of open… Continue reading

why are christians obsessed with gay sex?

The fact of the matter is that no one has been able to prove a biological cause for homosexuality. Homosexuals have been known to have gotten married and produced children the normal way,… Continue reading

my favourite bible quotes – part 1

We all have them. Those particular passages from our favourite book that mean something extra special just to us. Given the size of the Bible and the wealth of interesting verses, I figure… Continue reading

questions and answers: christianity tied in knots

Q: Did Jesus experience temptation like other people? A: Yes, he did. He experienced temptation like any other human being but he never sinned. For we do not have a high priest who is… Continue reading

a dawning realisation

Browsing round Christian blogs earlier today, I had the dawning realisation that many religious people view the world with the eyes of a child and the processing power of a Commodore 64. Here… Continue reading

the love of eternal torment

It’s surprising that most Christians are rather complacent about their core belief in hell: the majority of human beings who exist and have existed will spend eternity is some form of torment. Sermons dwelling… Continue reading

all socialism is slavery

In countries where socialism is more open, the government pays for the healthcare — AFTER it has extracted the money from the people. This hides the cost, so people believe it is free.… Continue reading