Tag Archives: Protestantism

Violence in Northern Ireland for 3rd day over flag

Too much emotion, passion, patriotism; call it what you will. I call it senselessness. And possibly the root cause of this violence stems back to, you guessed it: religion. Protestants in the United Kingdom versus Catholics in Ireland. At the … Continue reading

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“No religion” third world group after Christians, Muslims

Hopefully this group with no religion (this is the group I “belong” to) will soon be the most populous on Earth. Just imagine what a great world we would live in if most people didn’t believe in superstitious stupidities… No … Continue reading

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Evangelicals Becoming More Devout, Catholics Less So

As the saying goes, religious people come in all shapes and sizes, they also all share certain genetic defects, such as gullibility, ignorance, lack of common sense, the inability to reason, etc. In this country, probably no other group embodies … Continue reading

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Nigeria: 11 dead in suicide bombs at army church

Muslims continue doing what they do best; killing people. TGO Refer to story below: Source: Associated Press By GODWIN ATTAH and YINKA IBUKUN | Associated Press KADUNA, Nigeria (AP) — At least 11 people were killed and about 30 injured … Continue reading

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8 Catholic rioters arrested before Belfast parades

Here we go again… Religious people, emotional cripples that they are, go ape-sh*t over the meaningless tags (Protestant, Catholic, etc.) that person’s place on themselves based on their silly faiths. TGO Refer to brief story below. Source: Associated Press Associated … Continue reading

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Santorum benefits from mistaken religious identity

God help this country if duffus (Rick Santorum) is elected president. And since there is no God to help us, nothing could be worse than electing this Catholic freak to the White House; except maybe electing a Mormon freak. No, … Continue reading

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Fellow German Christians criticize pope before trip

The corrupt Catholic Church, with its homosexual and pedophile clergy, and lest we forget, hypocritical leaders at the Vatican, are losing their followers in droves; and with good reason. People are finally beginning to see this Mafia for what it … Continue reading

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NIreland police attacked by Catholic rioters

Beautiful, just beautiful… More religious crazy people acting like idiots; nothing new there. TGO Refer to brief story below. Source: Associated Press AP LONDON (AP) — Northern Ireland police say they have come under attack from Irish Catholic rioters in … Continue reading

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Vatican to display Martin Luther’s excommunication ruling

Martin Luther; what a guy. I’ll say one thing for him: he had BIG testicles. To go against the Catholic Church five hundred years ago took guts, as most people who did so ended up being slowly roasted over a … Continue reading

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Richard Dawkins: “Good and Bad Reasons for Believing”

Dear Juliet, Now that you are ten, I want to write to you about something that is important to me. Have you ever wondered how we know the things that we know? How do we know, for instance, that the … Continue reading

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22 Belfast police hurt in night of Catholic riots

Here we go again; Catholics and Protestants going at it… Isn’t religion a “wonderful” thing? We have two groups, both Christians, and yet they despise each other. Grown men fighting over superstitious fairy-tales invented by barbarians two thousand years ago … Continue reading

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James A. Haught: “Murder in the Name of Religion”

When you think of saints, you envision stained-glass pictures of piety. But the truth can be horribly different. Consider Pope Pius V: When he was Grand Inquisitor, he sent Catholic troops to kill 2,000 Waldensian Protestants in Calabria in southern … Continue reading

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Religion, and controversy, always part of U.S. education

If all of the time and effort spent by religious individuals and institutions to promote their faith would instead go toward the betterment of humanity, instead of the perpetuation of religious dogma and superstition, this world would be an infinitely … Continue reading

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Religious Polls

I have posted two Religious Polls on this Blog. The first, which was created several weeks ago, pertains to belief in God. The second, which I just put up today, relates to the beatification of Pope John Paul II. These … Continue reading

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Religious Poll

Just a quick note: I’m sure many of you are unaware that there is a tab on the upper right hand corner of my Blog called “Religious Poll.” If you’re interested in voting, simply click on the tab and cast … Continue reading

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Christian worshippers attacked in Indonesia

I wonder what the headlines would be throughout all media outlets had Christians attacked Muslims in the United States? I can only imagine the media circus of such an event. and needless to say, the entire Islamic world would promise … Continue reading

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Robert G. Ingersoll: “Two Men”

Here are two men. One is industrious, frugal, honest, and generous. He has a happy home – loves his wife and children – fills their lives with sunshine. He enjoys study, thought, music, and all the subtleties of art – … Continue reading

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