A Fool Has Said in His Heart . . .

  “The fool has said in his heart, “There is no God.” They are corrupt; they have committed  abominable deeds; There is not one who does good.” What atheist hasn’t had the words of Psalm 14:1 (paralleled in 53:1) hurled in their direction at some point in a debate with proselytizing Christians? And were they not, on occasion, dispatched with a haughtiness bordering on contempt? But all is not what it seems. There is a side to Psalm 14:1 that atheist-disparaging…
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The God Jesus on the Date of His Second Coming. (Part 1)

After “prophesying” the destruction of the Jewish Temple, the God Jesus and His immediate disciples move on to the Mount of Olives. It is there that the disciples ask Jesus when His Second Coming is to occur? “God” replies with an astounding declaration, a declaration that has confounded Christian apologists for ages: “Heaven and earth will pass away, but my words will never pass away. But about that day or hour no one knows, not…
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An Atheist’s Take On What Really  Happened In the Garden of Eden.

     The following is a tongue-in-cheek atheist’s take as to what events may  have actually occurred  in regards to the fictitious Garden of Eden story in Genesis. Be forewarned, it will undoubtedly offend some viewers. Yet, it is  in line with what we can glean from the Bible. 1.   The Prelude: The God  Jesus creates everything in existence (John 1:3; Colossians 1:16; and Revelation 4:11), including very evil itself. He then creates a booby-trapped “Tree…
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The God Jesus on the Date of His Second Coming – The Conclusion

     In Part I, we addressed the claim that Jesus didn’t know the date of His own Second Coming because He voluntarily “emptied himself “of that knowledge through a theological  process known as “kenosis.”      In Part II, we will address a variant of the Kenosis Argument which Christian apologists have termed the Hypostatic Union, or “two natures” of Christ Jesus.      We’ve already established the Christian belief that Jesus was born a one-of-a-kind hybrid…
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The Three “Persons” of the Trinity

A Theological/Bible Related Commentary “The Christian doctrine of the Trinity (from Latin trinitas “triad”, from trinus “threefold”) defines God as three consubstantial persons, expressions, or hypostases: the Father, the Son (Jesus Christ), and the Holy Spirit; “one God in three persons.”   (Wikipedia)      Just substitute the word “Gods” for “persons,” and you actually have something more in line with what Trinitarian Christians are really  looking at: The God Jesus is God, but NOT God the…
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