Posts Tagged ‘Bible’
Posted by doctore0 on February 9, 2015
Posted in All, Atheism, News & Politics, Religion | Tagged: Atheist, Bible, Christian, christianity, God, Myth, News & Politics, Religion, Stupid, Superstition | 1 Comment »
Posted by doctore0 on February 6, 2015
The Ra-Men podcast
Tonight on the Ra-Men, we talk with Dr. Robert Price, the atheist theologian, an expert on Biblical history and professor of Biblical criticism at the center for Inquiry; author of The Empty Tomb, Deconstructing Jesus, The Da Vinci Fraud, The Case Against The Case For Christ, The Incredible Shrinking Son of Man, and many others. The subject will be the alleged evidence of an historic Jesus. Specifically we will address the claims attributed to Titus Flavius Josephus.
Posted in All, Education, Religion | Tagged: AronRa, Bible, Biblical history, Christian, christianity, Deconstructing Jesus, Dr. Robert Price, God, Jesus, Myth, Religion, Robert Price, Titus Flavius Josephus | Leave a Comment »
Posted by doctore0 on February 3, 2015
The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell, MSNBC, 2-2-2015
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Posted by doctore0 on January 30, 2015
NFL fans know it’s nearly impossible to get through a football game without reference to God. Whether Tebowing on the sidelines, giving a shoutout on ESPN, or pointing to heaven after a touchdown, plenty of players recognize that God’s a part of the game.
Christians need to stop acting like that’s a bad thing, according to apologist and theologian William Lane Craig. He’s the one they should be praying to and thanking, says Craig, a professor at Biola University’s Talbot School of Theology and author of Reasonable Faith.
CT’s Kate Shellnutt spoke with Craig about prayer, providence, and pigskin ahead of Sunday’s big game. (Craig, for the record, will be pulling for Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos.)
Recent polls have found at least a quarter of Americans pray for sports teams, and that number is even higher among evangelicals. As a theologian, what do these stats tell you?
Posted in All, News & Politics, Religion | Tagged: Bible, Christian, christianity, Crazy, God, Jesus, News & Politics, Religion, Stupid, Super Bowl, Superstition, William Lane Craig | Leave a Comment »
Posted by doctore0 on January 28, 2015
Religion = The Ultimate “Nigerian” scam
Being a man of God has its advantages as some have become very rich through their churches and other investments.
Many pastors worldwide are building multi-million dollar empires, flying around in private jets, driving fancy cars and being owners of breathtaking mansions all over the world.
These millionaire men of God are very popular all over the world.
RichestLifestyle has compiled a list of 10 richest pastors in the world and their individual net worth. Among the 10, 5 of the pastors who made the list are from Nigeria, with Bishop David Oyedepo, founder of Living Faith Ministries aka Winners Chapel, topping the list.
Below is the top 10 richest pastors in the world as of 2014:
Posted in All, News & Politics, Religion | Tagged: Bible, Christian, christianity, Crazy, Fraud, God, News & Politics, pastors, Religion, Scam | Leave a Comment »
Posted by doctore0 on January 26, 2015
How might the first chapter of the Bible look if the Genesis creation narrative were an accurate and literal account of the creation of the Cosmos? Enjoy this visual re-write of Genesis to see a more scientifically accurate, and poetic account of “Biblical Creation
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Posted by doctore0 on January 24, 2015
When people depict your religion as being violent and barbaric, the worst way to prove them wrong is with violence and barbarism.
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Posted by doctore0 on January 20, 2015
A New York City pastor promotes the biblical ideal of a marriageable woman, and it’s tragic. Seth Andrews responds
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Posted by doctore0 on January 18, 2015
Like, hell yea! Evidence + lack of evidence ;)
Posted in All, Religion | Tagged: Bible, christianity, God, Islam, Jesus, Religion, Superstition | 2 Comments »
Posted by doctore0 on January 18, 2015
Why do people bother with this bs.. ohhhh religion :)
A new Android app is being created to allow observant Jews to use their smartphone during Shabbat without breaking Jewish law.
Since Orthodox Jews cannot use electricity over Shabbat, the app keeps the phone turned on the whole time, letting the user avoid the on/off switch. It also features a keyboard with pre-written words, so that the user does not have to worry about typing out words, which would break the rules.
The app’s website attempts to explain what it calls misconceptions about the laws of Shabbat, from the issues of the touchscreen and the prohibition against creating fires, to the idea of building and finalizing a product on Shabbat.
For example, the app website claims its keypad — which uses a selection of 120 complete words (users may also input 30 custom words for use in the app) instead of individual letters — does not constitute writing on Shabbat, as it is defined by Jewish law. The app makers state Jewish law forbids creating a word, not taking existing words to form a sentence.
The app is controversial in the Orthodox community. Some rabbis and members of the community believe that the app violates the spirit of Jewish law, and that circumventing it in order to send texts on Shabbat is wrong.
Posted in All, News & Politics, Religion | Tagged: Android app, Bible, Crazy, God, Jewish law, Judeaism, News & Politics, observant Jews, Orthodox Jews, Religion, Shabbat, Stupid, Superstition | 1 Comment »