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Category Archive: Religion

Dec 12 2013

Breaking News: Mt. Soledad Cross Must Come Down! (…eventually, perhaps)

Today’s report from San Diego (oh, and read to the end of page 2–there’s a poll!): A San Diego federal judge made a reluctant ruling Thursday that the cross atop Mount Soledad is unconstitutional, although the chances of the La Jolla monument coming down anytime soon are unlikely. The latest ruling by U.S. District Judge …

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Dec 11 2013

Missing From The Picture

The argument was lengthy; It was fervid; it was strong; Both participants were certain That the other one was wrong: Was the object of contention A potential, or a child? Just a maybe, or a baby With a list of rights compiled? Is it murder of an innocent When choosing to abort? The argument was …

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Dec 08 2013

Rants And Comments

The Coloradan has a fun opinion piece up, complaining that atheism is becoming the US national religion. It’s a scattershot argument, at once claiming a near 80% Christian majority and demanding protection from persecution, since we are a republic, not a democracy. A fun read. Anyway, I commented there, but I can’t tell whether it …

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Nov 29 2013

Poland High Court: Atheists Are Human, Too

“It isn’t important,” you’ve argued before, “Cos God doesn’t really exist” But look! When the hospital gave you last rites, Though you weren’t on the Catholic list, (And when you recovered, which no one expected, And found your desires were ignored), You sued, and you claimed “immaterial damages” Thus making fun of our Lord. The …

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Nov 27 2013

“How To Share The Gospel With An Atheist”

When you’re talking to an atheist The sort that’s kinda nice, And you don’t know how to handle it, Here—follow my advice: Remember, as you’re listening: He’s lying through his teeth— You’ll have to translate carefully The message underneath He’ll often try to shock you With the claim “there is no god” Just assume that’s …

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Nov 19 2013

Natural Disasters And Acts Of God

God isn’t in the weather—in the wind and in the rain— It’s a natural disaster, never God, which caused such pain Oh, but God can be detected (so they patiently explain) In the actions of the people on the ground God would never cause a hurricane; the gospels make it clear Though the “acts of …

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Nov 13 2013

At The Soup Kitchen…

We’re here to feed the hungry, And the homeless, and the poor; We want to help the helpless— That’s what charity is for; We’re giving aid to folks whose lives Have gone from bad to worse… And with every meal we package, We’ll include a bible verse. Our priority is helping So we give you …

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Oct 30 2013

Forgot One–Trick Or Treat!

Stumbled on another old Halloween verse I missed in my earlier post…. Jesus came back from the dead tonight (He said he had done it before) He took to the streets in the Bible Belt With the children in masks, door to door. With pirates, and goblins, and heroes, and ghosts Came the Savior, the …

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Oct 23 2013

Poll: National Day Of Prayer?

Should there be a national day When all of us will join and pray; A day to send our thoughts to heaven— And should this day be 9/11? To show God’s love is everlasting Join with us in prayer and fasting Our nation’s ills won’t go away Through just our work—we all must pray! It’s …

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Oct 17 2013

“He Will Not Be Mocked!”

The congressmen were surely shocked To hear the scream “He won’t be mocked!” It’s not which words they were, but whose: Such language usually means Ted Cruz. During the House vote last night, after the vote timer had ticked to zero, but before the vote was called, a House stenographer made her way to the …

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