Why Religionism is More Dangerous than Racism?

Why is religionism more dangerous than racism? Because a form of obsessive compulsive dogma of what some see as an actual invisible deity agent called God, according to them, influences it and they feel justified in keeping that form of racism alive without any regard that they may be wrong or that they need to … Continue reading

Bible Contains Hate Literature

What is hate literature? n various human rights codes, literature has been defined very broadly as including some or all of the following: newspapers, articles, essays, journals, books, radio and television programs, notices, signs, symbols, emblem, and other representations. “Hate literature” is often defined as including:” Material which is promotes the restriction of a person’s … Continue reading

Curse Words In The Bible

Somewhere along the line, Christians took the biblical commands against “perverse language” and “corrupt communication” and equated that with the Seven Words You Can’t Say On The Radio.  In fact, those Seven Words seem to have taken on an almost mystical quality among Christian youth, with code words and substitutions being employed (“the b-word,” “the … Continue reading

God is Racist!

In Deuteronomy chapter 7 the God tells the Israelites that there are other ethnic groups living in the promised land. Does God tell them to live in peace and harmony with them, with everyone respecting each others’ differences? No he tells them “to smite them, and utterly destroy them; thou shalt make no covenant with … Continue reading

BETTER BIBLE VERSION – Now Available

BETTER BIBLE VERSION – Now Available

We are happy to announce that the book, ‘Better Bible Version’, is now available. The unavoidable problem with books (bible) or a Holy Book (Holy Bible) written by Bronze and Iron Age peoples which become doctrines and dogma to live by, is that much of what is written is not needed due to its ancient … Continue reading

Paleontologists brought to tears, laughter by Creation Museum

Paleontologists brought to tears, laughter by Creation Museum

Ken A. Ham President and Chief Executive Officer of Answer in Genesis stands with a mechanical Utahraptor at The Creation Museum in Petersburg, Kentucky, in 2007. For a group of paleontologists, a tour of the Creation Museum, which has been dubbed a “creationist Disneyland,” seemed like a great tongue-in-cheek way to cap off a serious … Continue reading