Tag Archive: religion

deceitful games of anti-abortionists

content warning: post contains explicit discussion on abortion I held in my hand a model of a 12 week old preborn human being, also known as a fetus, or also known as a… Continue reading

moronic comment of the month – comparing abortion to slavery

In a place where it [abortion] is already illegal, it is probably best to keep it that way. In a place where it is legal and common, I doubt there is much that… Continue reading

the smear campaign on BLM

My pastor’s views are still developing (which is not the same undeveloped) on all the related issues, but yesterday he explicitly denounced “Black Lives Matter” as an ungodly secular movement whose objectives are… Continue reading

jesus wants a selfish society

Over at Apologetics and Agape, there’s a fantastic video about how socialism teaches people to be selfish. The video suggests that if humans are given health, educational or financial support beyond the age of… Continue reading

are christians ‘normal people of normal intelligence’?

You mean to tell me that you consider fundamentalist Christians who distribute those unintentionally amusing religious tracts to be normal people of normal intelligence? I don’t believe it. (Jim) It’s easy to paint… Continue reading

hay monsters and gods

My dear friend Wally, over at Truth in Palmyra, has an excellent post ridiculing evolution. It’s called Evolution of the Hay Monster and I encourage you to read it. I was so inspired by… Continue reading

minimal expectations from eternal benevolence

So, I just passed a bearded old man with a HUGE sign sticking up over his head reading, “1 man, 1 woman, 1 marriage, God’s way”. Doing so in a generally liberal university… Continue reading

allowing ourselves to be hoodwinked

The Queen stands for family, community and country, a passive patriotism that most of her subjects understand and appreciate. Her loyal service to her people is reciprocated by their loyalty to her, and… Continue reading

we are cursed and doomed

Replicas of an arch in the 2,000-year-old Temple of Bel, among the last remaining parts of an ancient Palmyra, Syria, structure demolished by the Islamic State, will be erected in London and New… Continue reading

homeschooling

As far as conventional schooling goes, I’m not sold on the idea of young children being indoors for most of the day, sitting on chairs at desks, and following orders. I worry that… Continue reading