Reading Time: 3 minutes Think about it. How could Noah have collected a breeding pair of animals from every region on Earth, when more than half the world was then yet to be discovered?
Reading Time: 3 minutes Here’s a satirical product that could definitely save you a lot of time avoiding arguing with those pesky Bible thumpers who insists on ringing your doorbell.
Reading Time: 3 minutes A woman drives a car into oncoming traffic to test God. She survives and interprets that as verification of the truth of her faith. Good God.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Every argument for the existence of the Christian God is circular, always circling back to the unprovable claim that the Christian God must exist. Here’s another.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Does it make any sense that Noah was the only person in the world who tried to save himself when the flood waters rose in antiquity?
Reading Time: 2 minutes This curious sign outside an American Lutheran Church — it states “The Class on Prophecy Has Been Canceled Due to Unforeseen Circumstances” — was too rich in irony not to share. Not to explain the irony, but with the kind of unerring prophecy prophesied in the Christian Bible, such an “unforeseen circumstance” as that heralded […]
Reading Time: 2 minutes Think of Christianity as like a homemade fly-fishing lure. Enough fish think it’s real to make the activity popular, but they’re terribly mistaken.
Reading Time: 3 minutes A North Carolina sheriff decided couples living together before marriage was sinful according to his religion, so he banned it for his employees.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Why don’t our laws reflect the idea that murder and manslaughter are permanent? It may have to do with cultural religious assumptions.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Since even before Galileo, the Bible has been under a lot of pressure from scientific findings that dispute its “truths.” Like the existence of belly buttons.