Posted inComedy

Local Atheist Happy Facebook’s Stock Took A Hit

Reading Time: 3 minutes A local atheist and comedian sips his morning coffee. He’s happy. It’s a weird feeling. He was happy yesterday for a few minutes and then forgot why a few minutes afterward. This morning is different. He’s not going to forget the reason why his heart two sizes too small is swelling. People call it shadenfreude. […]

Posted inGeneral

Funny Tweets About Mark Zuckerberg’s Testimony

Reading Time: 2 minutes I watched an hour of Mark Zuckerg’s testimony to the oligarchs in Washington DC yesterday. Even though it was only a small percentage of the time Mr. Zuckerberg had in the hot seat, it was enough for meto grasp the dismal hilarity of the situation. And much like others I took to Twitter to express […]

Posted inReligion

No Low is Too Low: #MeToo Edition

Reading Time: 12 minutes This time the guy digging frantically for an even lower spot in my estimation of Christians is Gus Eli Reinhardt, who wrote an absolutely shocking post trying to piggyback on the #MeToo movement by comparing a standard Reformed doctrine to a violent rape. Worse, he’s depicting this spiritual violation as a good thing. Here’s why Christians keep doing this, and why it backfired this time.

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On ATP and Facebook…

Reading Time: < 1 minute Some of the more astute readers may have noticed a linked image below each post where you can like ATP on facebook. It looks like this: Stay in touch! Like A Tippling Philosopher on Facebook: A Tippling Philosopher I would be grateful if you liked ATP (it doesn’t make you leave the page, either!), but […]

Posted inReligion

Josh Duggar: Excusing the inexcusable

Reading Time: 12 minutes The scandal around Josh Duggar has had a few days to ferment. News sites that previously hadn’t even breathed a word about the scandal are now tiptoeing into the waters with super-carefully-worded pieces about what he did, now that it’s painfully obvious that Christians as a group are talking about it. Mainly, unfortunately, they’re largely defending it.

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