Bible tagged posts

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Roanoke, Virginia’s Christian cabal and the words of the New Testament Jesus

Blue Ridge Coalition of Reason reached out to Virginia for tolerance and the democratic way of life with liberty, justice, and the pursuit of happiness for all. Guided by principles of reason, the Coalition's message met with violence and the worse elements in Virginia's Roanoke society who reject the First Amendment of the Constitution of the USA and it promise of freedom of expression and freedom to worship or not worship as the citizen choses.Read More
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Fourth Reich: USA Tea Party, Anders Behring Breivik, Evangelical Christian extremism and the death of Democracy

Anders Behring Breivik of Norway was strongly influenced by the Tea Party / GOP of the USA and Unabomber Theodore John Kaczynski, leading him to killing and wounding more than 90 people: the majority being children. Breivik claimed that he had to do it to restore God's order on earth, where women were supposed to be subordinate to men, proclaiming himself to be a born-again evangelical Christian.Read More
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Marcus Bachmann, Unlicensed psychologist, fraud and husband of Michele Bachmann

Marcus Bachmann has no degree in psychology nor is he licensed to practice in the State of Minnesota, yet his counseling center (staffed with "Christian counselors") are claiming expertise in every form of psychological help: from marriage to reparative (ex-gay) therapy. While husband Marcus runs the center, he receives no less than $137,000 in federal grants that his wife Michele Bachmann opposes--but accepts. Marcus Bachmann has no charter, no insurance, no training, and has neither published professionally nor put his work and research up for peer review. Marcus Bachmann is a fraud.Read More
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Chrestianos, Christianos, Jesus, Paul, Pharisees and Myths

Who were the Christians? There were two groups, one who saw Jesus as a warrior, the other who believed Jesus to be a man of peace. But was there ever a Jesus? Were the Christians really persecuted? Can the "source material" be believed?Read More
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Invention of the Bible and Christianity

Christians delight in quoting from the Bible, which they claim goes back to the first century. Documents show that the Bible is not that old, but first issued in 322 CE and that revisions followed until it was declared closed by the Council of Trent in the sixteenth century. Numerous errors were put into the original gospel (John) with the additions of other gospels and letters, separating ancient christianos and chrestianos, and leading to a mythology of martyrdom and crosses.Read More