Ham: Eternal Torment An Act of Grace and Mercy

Sometimes I’m just astonished by how fundamentalist Christians use words. They seem to be like Humpty Dumpty, declaring that words can mean whatever they want them to mean. A perfect example is Ken Ham’s claim that God is going to burn Bill Maher (and the rest of us heathens, of course) in a lake of fire for eternity because he’s merciful.
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Michigan Public Radio on ‘Paranormal Researcher’

Here’s another instance of a news outlet presenting what is little more than an infomercial for a purveyor of ridiculous woo, this time a “paranormal researcher” and “demonologist” who casts demons out of people. And sadly, it’s from Michigan Public Radio, which does have real journalists who should know better than this.
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Bible Found Among Dead People, Film at 11

Oi vey. Here’s another one of those stories that I find so irritating, where a terrible tragedy takes place, lots of people dead, but irrational and hyper-emotional people go all gaga when a religious relic is found in the wreckage. This time it’s a Bible found in the rubble of exploded buildings in New York City.
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Forget Christian Rock, Have Some Christian Country

If there’s anything in the world worse than Christian rock music, it would have to be Christian country music (yes, that’s often redundant. John Hagee’s even dumber son Matthew apparently fancies himself a country music singer. To be fair, it isn’t any worse than Garth Brooks. Video below the fold. You’re welcome.
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