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Bad Christian arguments:
When they quote "any" scripture.

Reply: You want to quote scripture?

You must have suicidal tendencies.
You've only got 10% of the Bible that you can quote from (the 'safe' verses) ...

I've got the other 90%

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Bad Christian arguments:
"The Bible is not a book of fairy tales. "

So you actually believe in ...

Snakes that can talk? (Genesis 3:1)
Argumentative donkeys? (Numbers 22)
Firebreathing dragons with multiple heads? (Job 41)
Fiery flying serpents? (Isaiah 30:6)
People who can live inside of a fish? (Jonah 1:17)
Behemoths? (Job 40:15-24)
Cockatrices? (Isaiah 11:8, 59:5; Jeremiah 8:17)
Demons? (Luke 8:2)
Dragons? (Revelation 12:7-9)
Satyrs? (Isaiah 13:21; 34:14)
Unicorns? (Numbers 23:22, 24:8; Deuteronomy 33:17; Job 39:9-10; Psalms 22:21, 29:6, 92:10; etc)
You actually believe that the sun went backwards? (Isaiah 38:8)
You actually believe that the sun froze in the sky for an entire day? (Joshua 10:13)

You seriously believe in Zombies?
(apparently, this guy does)

Neither the fairy tales of Hans Christian Anderson nor the Brothers Grimm
could hold a candle to the fairy tales in the Bible;
not only in their absurdity, but also in their gruesomeness.

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Bad Christian arguments:
"The Bible is the literal word of God. "

Even most Jewish scholars no longer believe that ...
and the Jews are the ones who wrote the damn thing.

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Texas Christians continue to defy America's laws
by unconstitutionally indoctrinating students.
Now you know why they wave the flag so furiously ...

it's to distract you from what they are really doing

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Bibles being distributed to 5th graders in Oklahoma

I think the F.F.R.F. might be making a mistake on this one, and here's why:
Does anyone really believe that there is a kid to be found anywhere in America
who hasn't heard of Jesus Christ? (hint: I would go with "no" on that one)

So these kids all already know about Christianity,
and the vast majority of them - are Christians. But think about it:
What is the #1 way to free people from Ghost Worship?

That's right - make them read the Bible.
Churches do everything in their power to steer people away from the bad verses.
I say, give them the Bibles and a homework assignment:
to read as much of the Old Testament as their little minds can stomach.

Before you know it ... they'll quit handing out Bibles

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Christianity is hemorrhaging badly; worldwide; especially among the youth.
If Christianity is to survive, it must regain control of the youth.
The youth represent the future hope of Christianity.

Evangelicals continue their relentless attack on America's youth

Battle Stations!

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Christians are attacking America from every angle

Texas textbooks ... again

School boards are too important for us to continue to allow morons to run them.
All boards should be filled by professionally trained teachers and educators,
not by elected dentists and preachers.

Oklahoma's school board went even further.
Fortunately, more rational thinkers prevailed ... this time.

Hobby Lobby's Evangelical owner, Steve Green,
loses his bid to force his beliefs into the public school system

Here's more news from the education battlefront

In Kansas, Citizens for Objective Public Education
was sent packing in its attempt to fight evolution and climate change science

I couldn't resist the opportunity to rub it in, but ...
at least I gave them some hope

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Christians attack public education by diverting millions of tax dollars ...

to voucher programs

Every poll shows that Christians are losing the battle for the youth of America ... badly.
If they are to survive, they must focus most of their resources on the young.
That explains why they are desperately fighting against science and history.
They don't want to "teach the controversy"; because when they do - they lose.
So their strategy is to destroy public education and get their kids into Christian schools,
or homeschool them where they can control the curriculum.

Their only hope is to brainwash their kids while they are young,
and hide the truth from them for as long as they can.

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New Hampshire won a victory over Christians
by enforcing a law which prohibits state funding of religious schools.
The key word here is "enforcing."

39 states have the law, but enforcement is difficult
because Christians constantly violate man-made laws in all states,
and especially at the national level (The Constitution).

That's why they are constantly being dragged into court.
And since they are always fighting man-made laws in court,
they are now attempting to fill the courts with Ghost Worshipers
sympathetic to their cause;
judges who will place their religious beliefs
above their sworn duty to uphold our laws.

One of the most glaring examples of this, was the odious Judge Carlos Bea
who decided the 'Pledge of Allegiance' case in California (see podcasts #161-163).

They are the least patriotic and law-abiding citizens in our nation;
and this case is simply more proof of that sad fact.

Read the article, taken from the web site of "The Friendly Atheist" (2 pages)

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Virginia joins 32 other states in granting home schoolers the right to play sports at public schools.

Tebow Bill Passes in Virginia

Now check this out:

2011 Quarterback Efficiency Ratings (be patient ... he's in there)

Based on his ranking, I get the distinct impression that his mother
may also have been in charge of his phys. ed. training.

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Ken Pittman, a talk radio host, attacks Ahlquist decision

Read (4 pages)

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Now that Jessica Ahlquist has forced her high school
to uphold the Constitution by removing a posted prayer,
she is getting numerous death threats.
No, not from Atheists - from the followers of Jesus.
She needs police to escort her at school
because of the physical danger she is in from Christians.
However, in a Christian-dominated nation,
the media is careful not to point these things out.
Only a few news sources are brave enough to do so.

The American Taliban is alive and well ...
and it's not only found in the Bible Belt.

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Bad Christian arguments:
"Jesus died for our sins "

That may be true. But according to Mark 14:35-36 ...

He didn't want to

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Bad Christian arguments:
"There can be no charity without God "

First, point out that their faith "instructs" them to give. Then ask them:
"Without an invisible ghost to threaten you for disobeying, would you still give?

If they say "yes" - then ask "Then why does one need God to be charitable?"
If they say "no" - then they are only giving out of self-interest.

Or you could just send them this ...

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This paragraph was copied from the home page of Christian apologist, Wintery Knight:

"Dr. Craig is willing to debate. Where are the atheist debaters?
Why are atheists afraid of Dr. Craig?
Why are they afraid of his arguments?
What do they have to lose that stops them
from putting their arguments and evidences up against his?

So guess what follows this paragraph on his web site?
video after video of atheists debating Craig!

William Lane Craig
Christopher Hitchens on the existence of God

William Lane Craig
Bart Ehrman on the resurrection of Jesus

William Lane Craig
Sam Harris on morality

Aren't their feeble little minds precious?
No wonder this guy can't find any contradictions in the bible.
He doesn't even know what they are.
I've found the perfect description for "Wintery Knight":

Pick any synonym you like ... they ALL apply

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Is your religious liberty being threatened?
10 quick questions will help you find out.

So no - you no longer get to exercise your religious liberty to own other humans.

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John Adams was one of our most famous founding fathers.
So naturally, Christian Nationalists try to claim him as one of their own.
So what did Adams have to say about Christianity?

Turning a lemon ... into lemonade (1 page)

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Classic Emails (2 pages)

Re-introducing ... the Westboro Baptist - Banjo Band

"The Jews murdered Jesus!"

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Annie Laurie Gaylor debates David Barton


"As the Government of the United States of America is not, in any sense,
founded on the Christian religion,—as it has in itself no character of enmity
against the laws, religion, or tranquility, of Mussulmen [Muslims],—
and as the said States never entered into any war or act of hostility
against any Mahometan [Muslim] nation,
it is declared by the parties that no pretext arising from religious opinions
shall ever produce an interruption of the harmony existing between the two countries.

The opening phrase of Article 11 of the Treaty of Tripoli is written so clearly
that you might think it would be impossible to debate over the meaning ...

but you would be wrong

In this debate, the apologist is confronted by Gaylor with the treaty's clear words.
Here's what the apologist does when faced with this irrefutable evidence:
he immediately tries to distract the audience
by focusing their attention on the next phrases in Article 11
which refer to the other parties in the treaty.
No matter what meaning one attaches to the rest of Article 11,
nothing in it negates the opening phrase;
it merely states that America harbors no bias
against the other members of the treaty.

So the apologist takes the position that the phrases following the first one
prove that America was founded as a Christian nation!
If his position were true then why was the first phrase,
stating exactly the opposite, left in?
And why did President Adams and Congress
unanimously ratify every clause and article in it?

What do you think Jefferson, Adams, and Washington would do to Barton
if they could have just 5 minutes alone with him?

(hint: google "quartering").

Was America founded as a "Christian Nation?"

I have never seen a more dishonest man in my life than David Barton.
And considering I deal with Creationists ... that's quite a statement.

An interesting note: 8 years later a second treaty superseded the first
and guess what happened?
Yep, they bowed to intense Christian pressure and deleted that phrase.
(some things never change)

If that doesn't sound familiar, it should:
a similar thing happened to Darwin,
who deeply regretted giving in to Christian pressure
by adding the word 'Creator' to later editions of "On the Origin of Species."

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I will agree that the 10 Commandments should be posted
anywhere Christians desire to post them;
including schools, courtrooms, libraries, and outside of any public buildings,
provided that ...

Christians agree to post the REAL 10 Commandments.

That would be the permanent set that God gave Moses (as described in Exodus 34);
not the set in Exodus 20 that Moses smashed.
(That first set of Commandments was in effect for what? A week? Two weeks?)
Anyway, God replaced that first set of Commandments with a permanent set.
Here is that permanent set that God gave Moses: The REAL 10 Commandments;
and the only set referred to in the Bible as ... The 10 Commandments:

Exodus 34: verse ...

14 "For thou shalt worship no other god "

17 "Thou shalt make thee no molten gods "

18 "The feast of unleavened bread shalt thou keep "

19 "But the firstling of an ass thou shalt redeem with a lamb:
and if thou redeem him not, then shalt thou break his neck 

21 "Six days thou shalt work, but on the seventh day thou shalt rest "

22 "And thou shalt observe the feast of weeks "

23 "Thrice in the year shall all your menchildren appear before the LORD God "

25 "Thou shalt not offer the blood of my sacrifice with leaven "

26 "The first of the firstfruits of thy land
thou shalt bring unto the house of the LORD thy God 

26 "Thou shalt not seethe a kid in his mother's milk "

27-28 "And the LORD said unto Moses, Write thou these words:
for after the tenor of these words I have made a covenant with thee and with Israel.
And he was there with the LORD forty days and forty nights;
he did neither eat bread, nor drink water.
And he wrote upon the tables the words of the covenant ... The Ten Commandments"

For those of you who are more visually inclined,
this video will explain it to you ...

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Christian Propaganda & Indoctrination


Nuns around the world keep an ancient Medieval tradition alive ...

by spending zillions of hours sitting and talking to themselves (praying)

Here are a few choice excerpts:

"Flooding, snowstorms, a flu outbreak, even a fire —
any of those might have slowed a group of Wisconsin nuns
who say none of it has kept their order from praying nonstop
for hundreds of thousands of people over the last 137 years.

Think about that for a moment.
While fire is burning down their building,
instead of helping those people who desperatately need help fighting the fire,
or warning others, they instead, sit there talking to themselves.
But in a Country dominated by Christians with a long, bloody history,
the newspaper would be out of business if they pointed that fact out.

"In La Crosse, the nuns estimate
they've prayed for hundreds of thousands of people,
including 150,000 in the last decade.

Congratulations on pissing your lives down the toilet.

"The prayer sustained me in ways I haven't been able to articulate.
I felt warm and loved and cared about by strangers
and that's an incredible feeling.

That's the whole purpose of delusion ... ain't it?

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Boy admits that when he was involved in a terrible car crash
that left him a quadriplegic at age 6,
he made up the story about dying and returning from Heaven.

It's been a hot Christian propaganda item for 5 years.
Many bookstores are now pulling the book.
But for all those millions of Ghost Worshipers who were tricked by a little boy
who told them what they desperately wanted to believe,
we now have an answer to the question:

Are you smarter ... than a first-grader?

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The T.V. news has lost all integrity.
Each station is competing with other stations for survival.
So don't expect that truth will be very high on their priority list.
T.V. news is now nothing more than entertainment
that panders to the largest possible audience.

"The Power of Prayer"

Not long after that episode aired, Brian Williams was fired,
after it was discovered that he had fabricated news stories.
It's unfortunate for Williams that his prayers
didn't persuade "The Big Guy" to save his job.
You would think that after Williams did that great show promoting Him,
that God would at least show some gratitude
and help Williams out of a tight spot.

Guess not

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Another Christian persecution myth goes down the drain:
Were Christians fed to the lions in the Coliseum?

They have as much evidence for that myth ...
as they do for all their others.

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American moviegoers are drawn to fantasy.
Considering the state of our economy ...
can you blame them?

First, for the kiddies:

"Frozen" has become the top-grossing animated film in history

And for the big kiddies:


This was my favorite quote:
"It certainly feels like the film has really connected
with both mainstream moviegoers who are looking for a really sophisticated film
and those folks who really want to see a movie that honors their faith.

I have two questions about that quote:

1) Exactly which part of the Noah's Ark fairy tale is "the sophisticated part?"

2) How does it honor Christian faith to see a movie
that glorifies the murder of nearly every living thing on Earth?

That doesn't honor Christianity ... it exposes the horror of it.

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The insidious cancer is spreading
(insidious: "Producing harm in a stealthy, often gradual, manner.")

Christian dorms invade public universities

Christians are losing badly with today's youth (the leaders of tomorrow).
This is one of many stealth tactics they are currently using
in their desperate attempt to turn the tide and hang onto power.
They are attacking children in public schools with "Good News Clubs."
They know that college is murder on their faith,
so faith dorms are their latest strategy to shield their flock from the truth.

Can we have racially segregated dorms? Are most dorms sexually segregated?

(hint: go with "No" ... on both)

"Constitution? We don't need no stinkin' Constitution."

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As Ghost Worshipers get ever more desperate, they throw off all pretenses of honesty.

80% believe in the power of prayer - especially young people?

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"In God We Trust"

This video will explain why religions thrive in smaller towns (2:06:03)

But the internet is bringing a degree of anonymity and safety,
never before available, especially to those in small towns.

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When Ghost Worshipers first got to the moon ... what's the first thing they did?


Fortunately, their preaching failed
as their religion continued to fade into oblivion over the following decades.

(Can you figure out why they stopped reciting creation verses after day 3?)

It's because on Day 1 God created light, while on Day 4 God created ... the sun.

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You won't believe the cult-like brainwashing techniques
used by these Young Earth Creationists ... on little kids (9:51)

Notice how they trained them to all respond in unison,
parroting back the lies they were fed?

That IS child abuse

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The Ark Encounter opened yesterday in Kentucky.

Kentucky is the state that legalized the transfer of tax money
from its citizens into the pockets of Ken Ham and his cronies.

I think Mark Twain had the best handle on Kentucky ...

When the end of the world comes, I want to be in Kentucky
because everything there happens 25 years after ...
it happens everywhere else.

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Here is a perfect example of the law of "power" which states:
"it's never about being right or wrong; what matters is ... who you are."

ESPN reporter punished for defending evolution

If we ever become a rational society, then
it will be about right and wrong ... and not about power

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This is what they teach them in private Christian schools.

Question 1
Student wrong - credited with correct answer.
Question 2
Student wrong - credited with correct answer.
Question 3
The Bible says nothing about dinosaurs.
Question 4
Teach children that "The Flintstones" is true.
Question 5
Since animals preceded plants by millions of years,
the answer given should have been marked "wrong, stupid"
Question 6
Student wrong - credited with correct answer.
Why was the student wrong about question #6?
Hey, I know how we can find out - let's check the Bible.

Job 40:16 "Lo now, his strength is in his loins, and his force is in the navel of his belly."

Notice the problem? Dinosaurs laid eggs ... they didn't have navels.

In response, Christians have reinterpreted the verse in newer versions

and voila! "navel" has been replaced. I am sooo surprised.

But notice which picture is missing in question #6: the leviathan.
Based on the Bible (Psalms 74:14 and Job 41:19-21),
it would look something like this:

That's right, it's a multi-headed, fire-breathing dragon ... that lives in the sea.
Now that's what I call science. I wonder why they left that picture out?

To do to children, what these sick Ghost Worshippers are doing,
should be sufficient grounds to file charges for child abuse.

BUT ...

The child actually got the last question right (example: fruit bats), so the final grade was 1 out of 7;
which, as we can see by the grade written at the top, is worth an A+ ... in the Bible Belt.

Due to lack of funding ... the school has closed down
(it doesn't sound like God liked what they were teaching either)

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Ever wondered what "stupid" looks like?

Wonder no longer.

The part that really makes it clear why our nation is floundering so badly,
comes near the end:
"He sits on the House Committee on Science, Space and Technology."

(Just give me the whole bottle of aspirin ... then notify my next of kin).

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Why do Americans still lag behind the rest of the modern world in science?

Here are statistics from 2008
showing the funding levels of major Christian organizations
devoted to destroying confidence in science in order to keep their religion alive:

Organization                                  $Millions
Answers in Genesis                                  23
Institute for Creation Research                9
Discovery Institute                                    5
Reasons to Believe                                    4
Christian funding for pseudoscience      41

Same year - funding devoted to combatting religious lies:
National Center for Science Education ... 2 million.

If one were to construct a similar comparison for climate denial,
one would see the same disparity.
Christians are pouring tons of money (during a severe recession)
into convincing people to believe in their crap
and reject provable scientific fact.

Unless you want another 2,000 years of religious horror ...

you had better wake up America.

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