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Category Archive: Christianity

Sep 07 2013

Mission Congo

I don’t like missionaries. I don’t like the idea of missionaries. The idea is simple. Go enlighten the blighted heathen and wow them with technology so that we can replace their unenlightened dark gods with our rape excusing, slavery begetting, incestuous, murderous god who is more civilised simply because we wear pants and they do …

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Sep 05 2013

Thou Shalt Not Kill

Thou Shalt Not Kill – The Bible

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Aug 26 2013

Not the Ducks – Measles Doesn’t Believe in Your God

It’s rather weird to think of the Measles as a deadly killer. In fact the problem is it’s not. The chance of you dying from a Measles infection is very very low. But the fact of the matter is simple. Measles was once one of the biggest killers on the planet. More feared than Polio …

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Aug 10 2013

Comfort Food

This one isn’t from the Master of Banana that is Ray Comfort but from the Abandoned to Christ blog by Sunny Shell. For those who are unaware, Professor PZ Myers did an interview with Ray Comfort that turned out to be a little bit crooked. And Professor Myers said so about it. But this has …

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Jul 19 2013

It’s Not Real

Sometimes you come across something so spectacularly daft from a religious person that you cannot believe if it’s a real argument or a joke. Magic is the usage of science to fool the eye into thinking the impossible has occurred. You cannot saw a real lady in half. You cannot catch bullets with your teeth. …

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Jul 14 2013

You will know them by their love

Wendy Davis has become a house hold name for her epic filibuster. On Friday, Senators convened to debate the Texas Abortion Bill. But one thing missing? The objections this time were simply ignored. The Texas Abortion bill is a religious bill. I don’t think anyone is a fan of abortion. It is a medical procedure. …

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Jul 13 2013

Washington Times doesn’t Get Secularism

It’s kind of weird when a relatively mainstream newspaper posts something like this. But then I realised I was confusing the Washington Times with the Post. The Washington Times used to be sponsored by the Moonies and is a rather mad paper.

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Jul 07 2013

Of Baden Powell and the Girl Guides

Tony Ward writes for the Christian Post

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Jul 04 2013

Neumann Convictions Upheld

Eleven-year-old Madeline Kara Neumann died of undiagnosed diabetes on Easter Sunday in March 2008. She was at her parents’ home in the central Wisconsin village of Weston. She died because Dale and Leilani Neumann, ignored obvious symptoms of severe illness as their daughter became too weak to speak, eat, drink or walk, choosing to pray …

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Jul 02 2013

Denigration of Yoga

Yoga is a “big deal”. Let us get this straight. Yoga in it’s modern form is nothing like it’s origins. Which is fine, boxing is not like it’s origins either and fencing hasn’t resulted in deaths recently. Yoga is in effect a series of stretching exercises, resistance training and callisthenics that build up the flexibility …

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