Tag Archive: opinion

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

why do people believe in the Christian god God?

It is mind boggling the lengths people travel to cast out the Creator from His own workmanship, as if man has the title deed to the very dirt of earth. Blog buddy Ark has a… 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

learning about demons and christians

On a recent post about demons and exorcism, I learned that the Christian belief in demons is more popular than I had previously imagined. I’d like to thank all the Christians who took time to… Continue reading

why christians must face their demons

Only on atheist blogs does it seem people are aware of the harm religion does…but dammit, that’s the wrong type of people who need to be fighting crap like exorcism! The f’ing CHURCH… Continue reading

lurking 16: teaching children about flaming fire and vengeance

when the Lord Jesus is revealed from heaven with his mighty angels in flaming fire, inflicting vengeance on those who do not know God and on those who do not obey the gospel of… Continue reading

one big happy christian church

I suppose their are many who still dream of one big happy Christian church; I don’t. John defined the test for a good Christian leaders in 1 John 1-5, especially 1 John 4:1-3.… Continue reading

eclipsing progress

they believe in a mythical thing called Progress, a power that shapes human fortunes, but which simply does not exist (at least, not as they imagine it.) Things do not get better by the… Continue reading

the trials of womanhood

I’ve recently given birth to my second child. Before the birth of my first child I read extensively about birthing options and concluded that the best route is to go as natural as possible… Continue reading

what’s the problem with objective morality?

If you’re going to continue insisting, “No, there IS no objective morality”, then you’re really only faced with one alternative. Whatever the majority believes at any given time, that is “morally right”. Period.… Continue reading