Billboards Target Christian Porn Addicts: “Her gift for Valentines? Stop looking at porn,” proclaim billboards put up by NetAccountability, a nonprofit software company that aims to help Christians confront the “secret sin” of pornography. If national surveys are any indication, it is a personal battle waged by millions of Christians. Almost 18 percent of people … Continue reading “Christian Porn Addicts”
From the SKEPTIC mailing list: First, the Christian: How do you know your god exists? The Bible says so. How do you know the Bible tells the truth? I have faith. What if the Bible is wrong and your god doesn’t exist? That’s impossible. Now the physicist: How do you know charge comes in discrete … Continue reading “Religion vs. Science”
(via Eschaton) Cartoon Raises a Stink: This strip is either a: shockingly unfunny attempt at toilet humor, or a shockingly unfunny (and offensive) slam at Islam. Does anyone else find it ironic that Johnny Hart pushes his religious views in a comic strip called B. C.?
Thanks to Glorfindel of Gondolin for this one Thanks to the Church Sign Generator.
(via Eschaton) David Limbaugh makes the following claim in his book, Persecution: IN 1776, 99.8% OF THE PEOPLE IN AMERICA WERE PROFESSED CHRISTIANS 99.8 is obviously a made up number. Never mind the fact that it clearly ignores Native Americans and many African slaves (which if counted would likely put the number well below 50%), … Continue reading “David Limbaugh is also a Big Fat Idiot”
Alan Dershowitz has written an interest commentary in the Los Angeles Times concerning the Ten Commandments. Here’s an excerpt: The complete text of the Ten Commandments, regardless of the translation, is much more controversial. It includes God’s assertion that he is “a jealous God” and his threat to visit “the iniquity of the fathers upon … Continue reading “The Ten Commandments Reflect a Primitive Worldview”
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — The University of Texas has put its entire two-volume Gutenberg Bible on the Internet, making it easier for scholars and the public to browse one of the world’s most valuable books. Check it out: The Gutenberg Bible: Digital Gutenberg Images
Isn’t the idea of talking vegetables blasphemous?