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Facebook – A Look Back Starring Jesus

As anyone who uses Facebook has probably noticed, they have recently released an app that generates a look back at the pictures you have posted since you first joined the network. A pair of blasphemers have created a humorous look … Continue reading

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Text of Nigeria’s Same Sex (Prohibition) Bill

I went looking for the text of the Bill recently signed into law by Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan that criminalizes any expression of same sex attraction. The most recent version I could find was the one passed by the Senate in … Continue reading

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Christians offended because their dominance is questioned

Some Christians are offended when their dominance in western culture is questioned. American Atheists has paid to have a billboard in Times Square that emphasizes that the holiday this time of year is not the property of Christians. Anyone with … Continue reading

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Blasphemy Laws

Blasphemy laws are found around the world. The strictest are found in Muslim countries, some of which are pushing for a UN worldwide ban on blasphemy. according to a Pew Forum Study released in 2012, 94 countries have laws against … Continue reading

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Born Again Virgins

Religion has mastered the art of slut shaming to an amazing degree. The most extreme physical manifestation is the hymenoplasty, where a woman’s hymen is restore to virginal status. This is nearly exclusively done in cultures in which religions, such … Continue reading

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A Little Devil Goes a Long Way

I know there are Christian sects that do not believe in the existence or the power of Satan, but I think it is safe to say that most accept his presence. Along with a belief in God and Jesus, the … Continue reading

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St. Anselm’s Ontological Argument

Anselm (c.1033–21 April 1109), Archbishop of Canterbury was an extremely political cleric at a time of conflict between the Vatican and the rulers of Europe. The investiture controversy was essentially the fight over control of appointments, or investitures, of church … Continue reading

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The Demon Test

If your community is overrun with demons, and the local priests can’t keep up with the demand, you could consider learning how to do them yourself. Pastor Bob Larson, self styled  world’s foremost expert on cults, the occult, and supernatural … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Churches

When travelling in Europe it is impossible not to consider the plethora of churches that dominate most cities, towns, and villages. Many are interesting for one reason or another and often they evoke emotions of one sort or another. These … Continue reading

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And what is celebrated? Murder most foul.

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