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Uganda and “The Family” are fucked up

Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy If you've never heard of the not-so-secret-anymore "Family", I might suggest you look them up before continuing to read this post. In a nutshell, these guys are a group of powerful and influential individuals who believe the true message of Christianity isn't about charity, forgiveness or any of the other typical conventions; they cov ...

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Hitchens, Harris and Dennett destroy D’Souza, Wright, and some other dude no one cares about

I personally find it pretty painful and embarrassing to listen to D'Souza talk. At least Wright takes the stance it could be some mysterious force out there in the Universe that directs evolution (it's stupid, but lots of really smart people believe in this bullshit). D'Souza, on the other hand, tries to make the claim that Christianity is the most scientific of all faiths, despite the obvious fact his syst ...

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I hacks yur Webs!

I received this comment on one of my posts, and I just had to put it up for you guys to see: I visited your site to challenge you to learn about 'contiguous dimensional worlds' and how they show Christian belief and its command to love to be understandable, logical and evidenced in a technical sense. But your site uses vulgarities and slogans indicative of anger and not of reasonable thinking. ''Techie Worl ...

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Jesus and the Constitution

I feel like this painting is like one of those hilarious "spot the fallacy" kind of games, so I thought it might be fun to try and point out as many hilarious flaws present in this shitty painting. Feel free to add to the list in the comments: #1. Jesus did not invent the Constitution. It's no small irony that most of the Founding Fathers were deists. #2. Supreme Court Judges are apparently crybabies. #3. T ...

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Pope wasting his time visiting Czech Republic

Pope Benedict XVI is on a mission; he's decided to tour Europe to fight what he's dubbed "atheist ideology" and "hedonistic consumerism" (this from the same man who quite literally eats off gold plate in a gigantic palace). His first stop is the European capital of unbelief: the Czech Republic. According to the latest polls, only about 19% of the population claims to believe in God, and those figures keep d ...

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Terrible article whitewashes history of Christian violence

Remember Dinesh D'Souza? I've posted a few debates he's had with Christopher Hitchens. If you don't remember what he said, I suggest you go back and watch some of these videos. He's regularly being tooled by Hitchens, but this hasn't stopped his Christian fan base from rallying to him like his farts cure cancer. This old article in Christianity Today made me want to throw up, especially when the author sugg ...

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New Archbishop of Nigeria causes controversy

There's always an uneasy truce in Africa when it comes to religion. The combination of desperation and ignorance is attractive to mainstream religions, who send missionaries and monies to convert Africans to their side. In doing so, they have begun to carve apart communities. Take Nigeria as a good example; the Archbishop recently accused Muslims of "mass-producing" children in an attempt to take over commu ...

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I gets mail!

I received this email, and I wanted to share "B"'s story with everyone (he asked that I not include his name, since he works with the boy Scouts and would like to keep his job). This past summer I staffed a Boy Scout summer camp. I just wanted to share some of my experiences.Before every meal shift, since a scout is "reverent," we had a volunteer say a "non-denominational" grace. They usually were just spee ...

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Apparently, I’m too brainwashed to read the Bible!

I loved thinly veiled Christian organizations trying in vain to get apostates to believe in God again. Outreach Media seems to have a simple goal in mind; to turn you back to Jesus if you've read Richard Dawkin's God Delusion and feel as though your faith has been shaken. Their approach is to point you in the direction of books that try and destroy his argument (such as the terrible The Dawkins Delusion boo ...

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Online survey identifies Bible’s worst passages

If you've never read Carl Sagan's "The Demon-Haunted World: Science as a Candle in the Dark", do yourself a favor and pick it up. One of his chapters deals specifically with the Inquisition, and the slaughter of an estimated 100,000 women at the hand of the Church. Although the West has generally stopped prosecuting women for the crime of "witchcraft" (the last person convicted was in 1944), in Africa, the ...

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