Month: May 2009

From Zeitgeist to Poltergeist, Part 13 of 13

“I am myself a heathen to the core”-Adolf Hitler[fn] See Margaret Brearley, “Hitler and Wagner: The Leader, the Master and the Jews,” Patters of Prejudice, 22/2 (Institute of Jewish Affairs, Summer 1988) cited in Richard Harries, After the Evil – Christianity and Judaism in the Shadow of the Holocaust (Oxford University Press, 2003), p. 14[/fn]

From Zeitgeist to Poltergeist, Part 12 of 13

“…it could only suit us if girls and women there had as many abortions as possible. We are not interested in seeing the non-German population multiply…” -Adolf Hitler The Topics Covered in This Essay Are As Follows:Hitler’s and Nazism’s DarwinismUse, Abuse and Misuse of Darwin

Atheism, EvilBible.com and Jesus Lied

Having previously discredited various assertions made by evilbible.com; I will now consider their page entitled, “Jesus Lied.” The evilbible.com page revolves around the charge that “Jesus Lied About Prayer” and consists of commentary, quotations and commentary.

Jurassic Ark – So Why Not Then?

So why doesn’t the Bible mention dinosaurs? My question is why should it? The Bible is a collection of books that inform us of God’s words to us, it shows the way to salvation, it is not a book of zoology.

From Zeitgeist to Poltergeist, Part 11 of 13

“The stronger must dominate and not blend with the weaker, thus sacrificinghis own greatness. Only the born weakling can view this as cruel”-Adolf Hitler[fn] Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf (Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1943), p. 285[/fn] The Topics Covered in This Essay Are As Follows:Atheist and Darwinist Communists Subsections Are As Follows:

History of Atheism

On whom evilbible.com’s author refers to as the “few morons” who are “so damn stupid” for defining atheism as “lack of…”:

Jurassic Ark – So Why Then?

Why is it that after having all the proof in the world which supports the accuracy of the Bible presented to them, the skeptic will still choose to believe any and all opposition, no matter how false, unproven, fictitious, or silly? Speaking from personal experience, I know that it’s because it suits the purpose of …

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Jurassic Ark – Christ’s “Lost Years”

The previously posted information on Accuracy, Science, History and Archeology has been greatly inadequate to convey the mountains of evidence that prove the reliability of the scripture, there are volumes written about each of these subjects.

Busting an Atheist Myth

NOTE: This was written by IrishFamer and originally posted on Atheism is Dead (True Freethinker‘s predesesor). Atheists love to claim that their position is negative, that they have nothing to prove, and that theists alone shoulder the burden of proof. Here’s why they’re wrong.

From Zeitgeist to Poltergeist, Part 9 of 13

“National Socialism and Christianity are irreconcilable”-Martin Borman, Head of the Nazi Chancellery[fn] Patrick J. Gallo, For Love and Country: The Italian Resistance (Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 2003), p. 88 citing Chadwick, “The Pope and the Jews, 1942,” 470. See: Martin Borman’s Circular of National Socialism and Christianity in John Conway, Nazi Persecution of …

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Jurassic Ark – Science

While some ancient cultures believed that the Earth was on the backs of elephants, turtles or was being held up by Atlas, the Bible refers to God as, “He who hangs the earth on nothing” (Job 26:7).

Scientific [Fiction] American

In his Scientific American article Scientists on Religion – Theist and materialist ponder the place of humanity in the universe, George Johnson writes the following of Owen Gingerich’s book God’s Universe and Francis S. Collin‘s book The Language of God: A Scientist Presents Evidence for Belief:

From Zeitgeist to Poltergeist, Part 6 of 13

“The reason why the ancient world was so pure, light and serenewas that it knew nothing of the two great scourges: the pox and Christianity.”-Adolf Hitler[fn] Richard Dawkins, The God Delusion (Boston & New York: Houghton Mifflin Co., 2006), p. 276[/fn] The Topics Covered in This Essay Are As Follows: