Category Archives: Christianity

Brazil’s Pentecostal Problem

I should only believe in a God that would know how to dance. And when I saw my devil, I found him serious, thorough, profound, solemn: he was the spirit of gravity. Through him all things fall. Not by wrath, … Continue reading

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Some Thoughts on “The Family”, and How the Doctrine of Determinism is Used by Christian Extremists

I recently finished watching the five-episode documentary series The Family, which takes the veil off a secretive, international Christian network of theocrats who have been using large sums of money and influence to meddle in the affairs of US and … Continue reading

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Ancient Christians, as depicted in Death of Peregrine

The Christian religion has enjoyed hegemony in the West for more than 15 centuries, so it is difficult for many in the modern world to imagine how dismissive many Pagans were of the Christians in the early centuries of Common … Continue reading

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History is Poetry

I’ve noticed something very poetic about recent events in history. Julian Asante is arrested on 4-11, which is code for information. this is what UrbanDictionary.com says about 411: Another term used for “information”. Hence dialing 411 for information. ex. Damn … Continue reading

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Sinead Was Right All Along!

Remember that time in 1992 when Sinead O’Connor was criticized and booed globally for tearing off a picture of old pope John Paul II in live TV? Well … today there are calls in Irish media for a public apology to … Continue reading

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Pennsylvania: the new Epicenter of the Catholic Church’s Evil and Corruption

Over the last few weeks, news outlets have been chronicling the lies and predation of the Catholic Church after a 800+ page report was published on the problem, which spans seven decades of (known) cases and involves 300+ priests and … Continue reading

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The Last Temptation

The Last Temptation is the single most detailed and entertaining essay I’ve read chronicling the Evangelical trumpanzee movement–the best part of this essay being that it’s written by an embarrassed Christian with a conscience, acknowledging one of the first observations … Continue reading

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