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I can’t help but wonder whats more foolish? Rejecting a religion after its holy book, Or rejecting all other religions after reading just one holy book? The reason I ask this rhetorical question, because we are guilty of this mindset … Continue reading
Happy New Year Everybody. I just want to give a special thanks to those who have followed my blog. I hope your New Year is full of love, hope, peace, and prosperity. I know haven’t been posting and commenting as often on my … Continue reading
An Atheist’s Christmas -by Kim Cole Can you hear the bells? Can you hear the bells? Can you hear them calling? Listen to the bells Listen to the bells Look, the boundary’s falling I can smell the trees All so … Continue reading
Originally posted on Finding Truth:
The first post in this series can be found here. Personally, I think this is one of the clearest contradictions in the Bible. Why does the Bible give us Jesus’ genealogy? I can think of…
These words of Barry Goldwater ring so true. Because in my own dealings with the heart of Christianity any compromise in their own eyes is a compromise of their faith. And that just can’t happen. For many of them feel … Continue reading
In the early parts of the 1600’s there was a noblewoman by the name of Countess Elizabeth Bathory. She was a widow and came from the Bathory nobility family line in Hungary. What the Countess would do, is that … Continue reading
For really where they contradict is in the thinking of evidence and faith and how it applies to daily worldviews. That you can live in a world where faith and religion don’t contradict, but you have to separate the domain … Continue reading
For those who are not familiar with the background of this video I wanted to highlight something very critical other than the typical ridicule and silliness of it. That Ray Comfort is using a banana (The atheist nightmare) as proof … Continue reading
This Post is Part of Series of Post called Dissecting the Anatomy of God. Quick View: Table of Contents, I actually stole this idea from TheoricalBS on YouTube. (Disclaimer: So I do not claim Originality or Original Thought) However, when I decided … Continue reading
This Post is Part of Series of Post called Dissecting the Anatomy of God. Quick View: Table of Contents, This all together is a confusing topic to tackle, and somewhat difficult to explain or gather because of the way people/believers interpret the … Continue reading
This will probably be my last questionnaire post, I like doing them, because they are fun, simple, and easy to do. But they don’t serve the true purpose of the blog, which is too examine and evaluate the belief in … Continue reading
Bible Difficulty #10 Could the Apostle John & Peter read and write? Were they illiterate? Most conservative evangelicals hold to the traditional view that both Apostle John and Apostle Peter were the original authors of their epistle, but historical and … Continue reading
Being in a Mixed marriage Christian-Atheist, the issues that come up, and overcoming the issues of dogma
One of the common struggles of a newly de-converted believer is his/her relationship with their believing spouse. So I asked Limey from the Confessions of a Y.E.C. Blog to give a little of his background, experiences, and advise for one … Continue reading
I remember seeing this a while back, and what struck me about it was not the mocking overtone of the comment. But that the only thing that I could disagree with as being wrong, was the zombie part. The other question that … Continue reading