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Friday, July 28th, 2006
1:10 am
[n3cr0phelia]
k8ee rulz!
A friend today showed me this journal... she suggested her father, republican made it to represent a "model child"...
I'm just hoping it's some brilliant joke. I'm pretty sure it is, but one can never be to sure in this absurd world we live in.
Serious or not, it's a fun read!

Some quotes:
"Today I said goodbye to Job, this blonde kid who is SO CUTE.

I got this sharp, funny feeling in my lower abdomen when I thought about him. Sometimes my heart flutters, and that's because of the Holy Ghost. Does the Holy Ghost live in my uterus too?"



"Jesus would be proud of my strength and convicton. That's what my cousin Kasey says. She is in an internet group called Christian Pro-Ana which is for people who want to let God into their diet."


And, my favorite thread.

Current Mood: amused
Sunday, July 23rd, 2006
4:44 pm
[evil_genius]
Score 1 for the good guys - 0 for the god guys
Feeling Strains, Baptist Colleges Cut Church Ties

GEORGETOWN, Ky. (July 22) -- The request seemed simple enough to the Rev. Hershael W. York, then the president of the Kentucky Baptist Convention. He asked Georgetown College, a small Baptist liberal arts institution here, to consider hiring for its religion department someone who would teach a literal interpretation of the Bible.

But to William H. Crouch Jr., the president of Georgetown, it was among the last straws in a struggle that had involved issues like who could be on the board of trustees and whether the college encouraged enough freedom of inquiry to qualify for a chapter of Phi Beta Kappa.

Dr. Crouch and his trustees decided it was time to end the college’s 63-year affiliation with the religious denomination. “From my point of view, it was about academic freedom,’’ Dr. Crouch said. “I sat for 25 years and watched my denomination become much more narrow and, in terms of education, much more interested in indoctrination.’’

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Wednesday, May 31st, 2006
9:52 pm
[datura]
The Great Fundamentalist Hoax
~*~
Philip Slater has a really excellent post over on the HuffPo.

Thoughtful Americans have long wondered how it is that fundamentalist Christians--followers of someone who preached pacifism and tolerance--became the poster boy for hate speech, touting "moral values" indistinguishable from those of the Taliban. They wonder why, for example, fundamentalist Christians so seldom quote from the New Testament--which is supposedly what Christianity is all about--but prefer citing the Torah and Old Testament prophets.


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Saturday, May 27th, 2006
2:56 pm
[newset0flungs]
website
  Has anyone been to the website www.exchristian.net ?

If you haven't yet, you should, its got great stuff on there and really makes fun of Christianity.
Saturday, May 20th, 2006
10:43 pm
[sunsetcloud]
Raise your hand if you want to shoot them with rubber bullets... (Da Vinci Code)
Who here is sick to death of hearing narrowminded Christians rambling about how bad The Da Vinci Code is???
Nuns with rosary beads and a cross outside the premiere of the movie, George Pell telling Catholics not to see it, people believing it will convert others to not believe in the Bible anymore...
It's getting ridiculous.
Discuss.

Current Mood: sore
Friday, April 28th, 2006
9:59 pm
[ziggysgirl8384]
Who are the christian prolife nazis going to blaim next? Smokers?
http://www.forerunner.com/champion/X0039_Child_Sacrifice_in_t.html

Current Mood: murderous (as usual)
Tuesday, April 25th, 2006
11:32 pm
[evil_genius]
Would you like your own email account? You could share the gospel with a friend without saying a word! If you'd like your own email account, then click "Sign Up" below. Usually, email accounts will be set up within 24 hours.

http://believeandrepent.com/

Free email accounts from that Whack job Jason Gastrich(originator of the wikipedia term gastroturfing). Responsible for a number of very very nasty places online, including:
http://jasongastrich.com/
http://debates.jcsm.org
http://jcsm.org/
http://nljonline.org/

I'm not really an evil genius. I just play one on the internet.

Plenty of entertainment over at wikipedia on this one:
His User page history
Arbitration pages
Arbitration evidence

Just another good Christian.....Acting like a complete prick. In the name of the Lord Our Savior Jesus Christ......
*Dives for barf bag*
Sunday, April 23rd, 2006
9:13 pm
[evil_genius]
Saturday, April 8th, 2006
3:19 pm
[drmwthnadrm]
You guys should like this
Source: http://www.churchofreality.org/wisdom/christainity_sucks/





Freedom of Religion, Freedom of Speech

First I will say that I believe that every person on the planet has a right to believe in any religion, no matter how stupid it is. I also believe that every person has a right to free speech and a right to talk about stupid religions and the reasons they are stupid, even if "people of faith" get offended. Just because I respect your right to practice your stupid religion doesn't mean that I have any respect for it, nor do I have to pretend your religion isn't stupid and/or isn't a dangerous and destructive cult. If you are offended by frank discussions of religions, you can leave now.

I find Christians particularly offensive. Everyone is going to burn in Hell except them. They have no respect for any other religion. In fact, most Christians hate most other Christians. The Pentecostals think the Catholics are all going to burn in Hell. It's a very dishonest religion and has a holier than thou culture; they believe they are better than everyone else. They like to pose as persecuted, but more often than not they are the persecutors. They tend to lie and steal a lot because they are "forgiven" and therefore can indulge in sin. The religion is theoretically based on the Bible which is, quite frankly, a stupid book, and certainly not written by a God. But Christians hardly follow their own teachings and are more likely to cheat and steal than your average person off the street.

Christianity is Based on Fear and Judgment

The core of Christian belief is based on the idea that everyone has sinned, and, because you have done something wrong, God will punish you by burning you with fire, or otherwise torturing you forever. If a 5 year-old tells a lie and then dies, God will burn that kid in Hell forever. Out here in the real world, if someone behaved like God supposedly does, that person would be considered severely mentally deranged. We put people who behave like God in jail or mental institutions. In fact, many people are locked up every year for imitating the "Wrath of God".

If Jesus could see what Christianity has evolved into, he'd be spinning in his grave!


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Current Mood: hungry
Sunday, April 2nd, 2006
3:36 pm
[deadndried]
For all you ex-christians: Have you ever sensed that someone was a christian even though that was the first time you've met them, and they never did or said anything about being one?
Tuesday, March 7th, 2006
2:51 pm
[phantomxbreeze]
Democrat for Senate: Kill practicing 'gays' He's a trucker (of course) from Ohio that claims we're a godless country and it is the government's duty to instill morality and advocate biblical values.

Well well well. I don't think anything can really be said about this guy.
Let's paraphrase, shall we.
-Let's make homosexuality a capital crime (punishable by the death penalty)
-Instill religious conversion (to christianity of course) as part of the war on terror
-Demand prayer in public schools
-Deprive people that "believe in" evolution of their basic rights... (then claims evolution goes against the declaration of independance)

Need I go on or does the level of lunacy and stupidity speak for itself. Way to go, christianity, beating your own record of insane ignorance every day!

I wonder sometimes if christianity is, perhaps, the biggest practical joke of all time and they're all sitting somewhere laughing, and on their supposed judgement day they've been blathering on about for so long, they're all going to jump out of the bushes and yell "GOTCHA!".
At least I really sincerely hope so, because otherwise there is really no excuse for such blind stupidity.
Saturday, March 4th, 2006
3:13 pm
[datura]
Missouri is the new Kansas.
~*~
STATE BILL PROPOSES CHRISTIANITY BE MISSOURI'S OFFICIAL RELIGION

If you're like me, reading that headline gave you an aneurysm. WHAT THE MOTHERFUCKING GODDAMN FUCKING FUCK?!?

Pardon me for lack of eloquence. But seriously. There are not words for how absolutely.. absurd, repugnant, disgusting, and FASCIST this proposal is. An official state religion? Could they spit any MORE in the face of the American Constitution?

It was bad enough that Missouri had to be the first state to ban same-sex marriage in the state Constitution. But now THIS? It's official - Missouri is the new Kansas. This story is the top story on the HuffPo right now, and I can only imagine how many rational freedom-loving people all across the country are laughing at the backwater idiot hicks of Missouri right now.

There's little chance it will pass, but regardless - speak out, especially if you live in Missouri. Write your representative, write the governor, write the newspapers. Bring some more attention to this most EGREGIOUS attempt to strip Missouri of one of America's most FUNDAMENTAL rights.

[[xposted from datura]]

Current Mood: enraged
Wednesday, March 1st, 2006
5:36 pm
[phantomxbreeze]
(cross-posted to a few forums)

New Florida town looks to ban abortions, pornography and contraceptives

By Brian Skoloff
ASSOCIATED PRESS
10:46 a.m. March 1, 2006

NAPLES, Fla.- If Domino's Pizza founder Thomas S. Monaghan has his way, a new town being built in Florida will be governed according to strict Roman Catholic principles, with no place to get an abortion, pornography or birth control.
The pizza magnate is bankrolling the project with at least $250 million and calls it "God's will."
Civil libertarians say the plan is unconstitutional and are threatening to sue.

The town of Ave Maria is being constructed around Ave Maria University, the first Catholic university to be built in the United States in about 40 years. Both are set to open next year about 25 miles east of Naples in southwestern Florida.
The town and the university, developed in partnership with the Barron Collier Co., an agricultural and real estate business, will be set on 5,000 acres with a European-inspired town center, a massive church and what planners call the largest crucifix in the nation, at nearly 65 feet tall. Monaghan envisions 11,000 homes and 20,000 residents.
During a speech last year at a Catholic men's gathering in Boston, Monaghan said that in his community, stores will not sell pornographic magazines, pharmacies will not carry condoms or birth control pills, and cable television will have no X-rated channels.
Homebuyers in Ave Maria will own their property outright. But Monaghan and Barron Collier will control all commercial real estate in the town, meaning they could insert provisions in leases to restrict the sale of certain items.
"I believe all of history is just one big battle between good and evil. I don't want to be on the sidelines," Monaghan, who sold Domino's Pizza in 1998 to devote himself to doing good works, said in a recent Newsweek interview.

Robert Falls, a spokesman for the project, said Tuesday that attorneys are still reviewing the legal issues and that Monaghan had no comment in the meantime.
"If they attempt to do what he apparently wants to do, the people of Naples and Collier County, Florida, are in for a whole series of legal and constitutional problems and a lot of litigation indefinitely into the future," warned Howard Simon, executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Florida.
Florida Attorney General Charlie Crist said it will be up to the courts to decide the legalities of the plan. "The community has the right to provide a wholesome environment," he said. "If someone disagrees, they have the right to go to court and present facts before a judge."

Gov. Jeb Bush, at the site's groundbreaking earlier this month, lauded the development as a new kind of town where faith and freedom will merge to create a community of like-minded citizens. Bush, a convert to Catholicism, did not speak specifically to the proposed restrictions.
"While the governor does not personally believe in abortion or pornography, the town, and any restrictions they may place on businesses choosing to locate there, must comply with the laws and constitution of the state and federal governments," Russell Schweiss, a spokesman for the governor, said Tuesday.

Frances Kissling, president of the liberal Washington-based Catholics for a Free Choice, likened Monaghan's concept to Islamic fundamentalism.
"This is un-American," Kissling said. "I don't think in a democratic society you can have a legally organized township that will seek to have any kind of public service whatsoever and try to restrict the constitutional rights of citizens."

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Well well.
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So you heard /*my*/ reaction, now I'm curious about yours.
Monday, February 20th, 2006
1:17 pm
[kultovazazel]
Sunday, February 19th, 2006
11:22 pm
[drmwthnadrm]
Friday, February 17th, 2006
12:13 pm
[drmwthnadrm]
Is America A Christian Nation?
Is America a Christian Nation?

The U.S. Constitution is a secular document. It begins, "We the people," and contains no mention of "God" or "Christianity." Its only references to religion are exclusionary, such as, "no religious test shall ever be required as a qualification to any office or public trust" (Art. VI), and "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof" (First Amendment). The presidential oath of office, the only oath detailed in the Constitution, does not contain the phrase "so help me God" or any requirement to swear on a bible (Art. II, Sec. 1, Clause 8). If we are a Christian nation, why doesn't our Constitution say so?

In 1797 America made a treaty with Tripoli, declaring that "the government of the United States is not, in any sense, founded on the Christian religion." This reassurance to Islam was written under Washington's presidency, and approved by the Senate under John Adams.

The First Amendment To The U.S. Constitution:
"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof . . ."
What about the Declaration of Independence?
We are not governed by the Declaration. Its purpose was to "dissolve the political bands," not to set up a religious nation. Its authority was based on the idea that "governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed," which is contrary to the biblical concept of rule by divine authority. It deals with laws, taxation, representation, war, immigration, and so on, never discussing religion at all.

The references to "Nature's God," "Creator," and "Divine Providence" in the Declaration do not endorse Christianity. Thomas Jefferson, its author, was a Deist, opposed to orthodox Christianity and the supernatural.

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Monday, February 13th, 2006
12:29 pm
[drmwthnadrm]
Thursday, February 2nd, 2006
11:56 am
[drmwthnadrm]
Very funny video!
Penn and Teller's Bible Bullshit:(beware it's on the long side)

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=3593866248238036452
Monday, January 30th, 2006
10:34 pm
[drmwthnadrm]
Why most intelligent people discard religion
There is no real evidence of God. Religions were founded by ignorant, superstitious, unscientific, primitive people.

The Bible abounds with contradictions from beginning to end.

The actions of the prophets and Christ appear to be the actions of insane men.

The Christian religion is not based on reason.

Religion has not been a progressive influence, but has led to centuries of bloodshed, warfare, disease, persecution, ignorance, poverty.

The priests and preachers and religious leaders profit by advertising their religions.

There must be something wrong with religion when its supporters try to suppress all investigation and inquiry into it.

If the God of the Christians or of any other religion had the power claimed for him, he would have made no unbelievers.

If the God of the Christians or of any other religion really existed, he would favor his followers instead of exterminating them, the innocent with the guilty, by destructive natural phenomena and by man-made wars.

Good men are caused to suffer, while many evil men prosper.

People accept their religion as true on the word of their parents, rulers, or religious leaders.

The religious leaders promise things after death, because they can't deliver them now.

The Bible is full of immorality, inaccuracies, mistakes, conflicts, war, murder, bloodshed, unhappiness, distortion, and cannot be a divine revelation.

Many of the so-called elect of God were murderers, adulterers, deceivers, liars, and sensualists. A good god would have exterminated them instead of innocent children to the third and fourth generations

The Christian religion has not been able to prevent war, crime, poverty.

The churches have done all they could to prevent scientific progress.

Most religions are intolerant.

If there were a God, he would not have made atheists and then threaten to punish them for being unbelievers.

The so-called miracles such as a whale swallowing Jonah, Joshua making the sun stand still, Moses making snakes from sticks, Christ making dead men revive, are contrary to reason and nature.

The Bible itself is so conflicting that it denies the ideas it tries to propagate.

The great benefactors of mankind have not been religious believers and often had great opposition from the churches.

The Christian religion is a morbid religion of unhappiness.

All efforts should be directed toward the enjoyment of this life which we know, rather than toward a fictional life after death. Reason is unable to find evidence of life after death.

Reason is unable to find evidence of any God, spirits, ghosts, angels, devils or other fancied beings imagined by the feeble minded or ignorant forefathers of the race.

A good god would not allow unhappiness on earth.

Human progress does not require the superstition and ritual which encumber religion.

The leaders of religious movements are not unusually intelligent men, but often dishonest, insane, or fanatical.

The most intelligent men discard religion entirely.

Science and religion are in direct conflict.

The churches are money making and money grabbing institutions.

Church members are not renowned for their fairness, tolerance, justice, and intelligence.

Believers of the Christian religion are sick, suffer, are poor, die just like all other men, and in fact, the most religious countries are the most ignorant and poorest.

Religious believers furnish a much higher percentage of criminals than do atheists.

There are thousands of creeds and cults; each claims the other wrong; if there were one true God, he would let the people know how to worship.

It is unreasonable to believe that God would make people sinful, then punish them for doing what he had put in their minds to do.

The God of the Bible is cruel, vindictive, vengeful, petty, jealous, and a lover of blood and burnt sacrifices.

All the evidence from the Bible, and outside of it, is that it is the accumulation of the writings of primitive, ignorant people, especially by a priest-clan which used the threats of God to exact tribute from its followers

The growth of freedom of and from religion always increases the prosperity, happiness, and well-being of any country.

The most religious countries are the most backward, such as India, Tibet, China, Arabia, Italy, Spain, Romania, and the savages of Africa and the South Seas. In England and the United States where religious freedom is est, progress and prosperity is greatest.

Religious institutions attempt to interfere with the personal liberties of the people.

They get exemption from taxes and freedom from military service for their priests and preachers.

Religions try to force stupid, unreasonable, unnatural customs on the people.

Religions have persecuted, and still do, those who do not believe as they do. They have helped exterminate the best minds for thousands of years.

Religion is based on faith -- not fact or reason. Intelligent men will rely only on facts, reason, and science.

Most of the propagators and followers of religions are not students of all religions and of atheism. They have no right to say theirs is the only true religion until they have studied all others and also the arguments of atheism.

No man has ever returned from heaven to tell about it.

Many teachings in the Bible have been proved false by modern science.

The Bible and the Christian religion did not eliminate slavery and the churches supported this terrible system for centuries.

Millions of people have been killed because of the Christian religion.

Cruel, selfish rulers have used it to suppress their people.

Religion does not have a sensible ethical code.

Religions are a garbled mass of conflicting and ridiculous doctrines and commandments.

Religions have kept the people's minds off their main purpose in life, which is to provide happiness on this earth.

Religion, more than any other factor, is the cause of ignorance, poverty, crime, insanity, unhappiness, war.

It serves no benefit to humanity here or hereafter.

It is a cause of hypocrisy and dishonesty.

Religion is impractical, and its purported followers do not try to follow its silly doctrines.

Religion takes thousands of people out of useful productive life and permits them to remain parasites to be supported by the rest of the nation.

If the Christian religion, backed by Jesus Christ and an omnipotent God, cannot make a better world in the thousands of years they have boon in power, it is time the whole mess was eliminated and a new start made.

Most of the followers of religions are unintelligent and ignorant, or hypocrites.

Most people do not believe most of the things the Bible says. They attempt to explain them by mumbling about poetry, allegory, mystical explanations.

The followers of religions are, for the most part, the evolved believing type of people left after the most intelligent men were killed for expressing doubt as to the truth of the absurd doctrines they were ordered to believe.

If men were not forced to go to church or Sunday school when they were young and were allowed to await the reasoning powers of maturity, they would not believe the doctrines.

Many nations were forced by the sword to accept their religion. The people were not spontaneously religious.

Religions have had to have the backing of the national government here and abroad in the way of subsidies and tax exemptions in order to survive.

Because a man must be ignorant or a hypocrite to believe in religion and because religion has such influence on the masses, only ignorant or hypocritical men can hold high political offices, thus religion indirectly forces us to allow the poorest kind of men to lead the nations.

They have developed because it is to tee profit of their leaders to have them grow and turn in more revenue -- into many billions of dollars a year at present.

If all the energy and money spent on churches and religions was put to productive use the world would be better off.

If men's reason were developed instead of suppressed there would be more happiness.

The churches oppose the development of reason. They oppose the principles of democracy, for their God is a tyrant and a dictator who threatens, and his representatives threaten, all unbelievers with eternal damnation.

Religion keeps the people from understanding and demanding their full rights to live and enjoy life.

The Christian religion is a morbid religion, preaching no thought for this world, no thrift, depravity of the human race, and guilt of all people, even babies just born.

The Christian religion tries to get control of public money to force its ideas on children, the Catholic church tries to keep the Church and State from being separated, and they force unbelievers and atheists to contribute to their support in public funds and by receiving tax exemption which makes taxes higher on those who do pay.

Church rituals are savage, primitive or childish.

The Doctrine of the Trinity is impossible to understand.

The churches seek wealth and power more than they try to improve the condition of the people.

They fill men's minds with fear, intolerance, greed and hypocrisy, and set bad examples in their quest for more power and influence

If there were no profit in religion it would not long survive.
Saturday, January 28th, 2006
10:45 pm
[drmwthnadrm]
100 ways to tell if you're a Christian
100 Ways You Know You're a Christian

Treatment of non-Christians:

1. You storm into atheist forums preaching fire, brimstone, and divine wrath, but you scream persecution the moment atheists start teasing you for it.
2. You threaten non-believers that something that does not exist will send them to a place that does not exist.
3. You think atheists are going to hell even though hell has never been proven; yet you cant stand it when atheists point to Christianitys brutal history even though it has been proven.
4. You are deeply offended whenever atheists criticize or insult God, even though they are attacking an idea and not an actual entity.
5. You feel everyone should be subject to the laws of Christianity, yet you take offense when atheists say that humans are still animals and subject to the laws of nature.
6. You address all non-Christians as atheists.
7. You expect followers of other philosophies such as Buddhism to conform to your own narrow definition of them, yet you cant stand it when Christians are stereotyped.
8. You think that atheism is a religion.
9. You cant tell the difference between atheists and agnostics, and you probably do this deliberately.
10. Whenever you hear about any other religions you need to know how Jesus fits into them.
11. You act surprised when atheists tell you they have Christian friends and family members.
12. You cant imagine how a bad experience with Christianity might cause someone to abandon it.
13. You ignore what Jesus said about humility or being non-prejudiced, because after all this is about sticking it to the atheists!
14. You use the words heathen, godless, heretic, and infidel pejoratively.
15. You pull out random bible quotes as if that actually proves anything other than the bible has an opinion.
16. You incessantly quote the bible to atheists as though theyd never heard such things before.
17. You accuse non-fundamentalist Christians of not being true Christians (a lot of fundamentalist atheists do this too).
18. You consider it disrespectful when atheists say Jesus is dead, yet you have no problem plastering Jesus bloody tortured half-naked visage on a pagan Roman execution symbol.
19. You accuse atheists of having no morals, yet admit that you would abandon your own morals if God did not exist.
20. You go around preaching to everyone to be thankful for what they already have; yet you believe you are entitled to an eternity in heaven on top of your normal lifespan.


Origins:

21. You think that a poem written thousands of years ago by desert tribals with heat stroke should be interpreted as literally true.
22. Despite the fact that every culture around the world has its own origins story, you believe that the one dreamed up by the ancient Semites must exclusively be true.
23. You believe that one naked guy named all several million species of animals in the same day, even the ones that hadn't been or have yet to be discovered.
24. Despite the fact that the default gender for all species including humans is female, and a hormonal change is necessary to produce a male, you believe that woman was created from man.
25. You claim that C-14 dating is unreliable because of contamination, even though any such contamination would actually make a sample seem older than it actually is.
26. You think that if evolution were proven false today, creationism or intelligent design would take its place tomorrow.
27. Even though the earth is an average planet, revolving around a smaller than average yellow sun, in a typical star system, in the suburbs of a regular spiral galaxy, you believe it is the center of the universe.
28. You assert that evolution is a lie or a false theory and yet you know little to nothing about it.
29. You reject evolution to uphold dogma at all costs, yet you are unwilling to give up any other fruits of scientific inquiry including your car, your computer, or modern medicine.
30. You think that a deity as stupid and destructive as Yahweh could be the intelligent creator of the universe.
31. You think the big bang theory implies that everything came from nothing.
32. You think that evolution says that humans came from monkeys.
33. You have used the idiotic 747 out of a junkyard analogy at least once to try and prove evolution wrong.
34. You claim that evolution is highly improbable even though you are willing to believe that Jesus was born of a virgin, had supernatural powers, rose from the dead, and flew away.
35. You believe that finding a single error in evolution proves it wrong, yet when an error in the bible is pointed out you try to justify it to a prejudiced notion.
36. You think the fact that science must correct itself in order to approximate the truth is proof of its unreliability, yet you have no problem using stale apologetics to explain away the inconsistencies in the bible.
37. You accuse evolution of being racist yet you cling to a book that is loaded with messages of ethnocentrism and racial supremacy.
38. You claim that Darwinism lead to eugenics and its abuses, yet you stubbornly defend biblical passages describing Gods people exterminating members of other races.
39. When it comes to the verses in Isaiah that say the earth is flat, you dismiss them as figurative because otherwise it would make you look stupid in this day and age.
40. Yet when it comes to the verses in Genesis that describe a 6 day creation period, you take them literally even though it makes you look stupid in this day and age.

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