Did you know that Satan has a plan for America and that it involves sneaking brown people in? Yep, that’s the Lord of This World’sÂ® plan. Just ask Utah politician Don Larsen about it. According to Don, the Great Evil Oneâ„¢ is taking America out via the “stealth invasion” of brown people.
“In order for Satan to establish his ‘New World Order’ and destroy the freedom of all people as predicted in the Scriptures, he must first destroy the U.S.,” his resolution states. “The mostly quiet and unspectacular invasion of illegal immigrants does not focus the attention of the nations the way open warfare does, but is all the more insidious for its stealth and innocuousness.”
After ABC ran a story in January about hundreds of atheists videotaping themselves blaspheming the Holy Spirit, best-selling author Ray Comfort contacted the network and offered to prove God’s existence, absolutely, scientifically, without mentioning the Bible or faith. He and Kirk Cameron (co-hosts of an award-winning Christian TV program) challenged the two originators of the “Blasphemy Challenge” to a debate on the existence of God. According to Comfort, he and Cameron (an ex-atheist) are qualified to debate on the subject. Comfort had not only written a book titled “God Doesn’t Believe in Atheists”, but had spoken at Yale on the subject of atheism, and been flown by American Atheists, Inc., to their 2001 annual convention to be a platform speaker.
As you may know, Comfort and Cameron became a bit notorius when they released a short video where they try to disprove evolution with a genetically engineered banana which they dubbed the “Atheist’s Nightmare”:
I hope Sapient and Kelly have boned up the Ten Commandments and Creationism as that appears to be Comfort and Cameron’s routine:
The other two parts can be found here and here. As I said above, this should be fun.
The first issue of The Humanist Symposium is up at Daylight Atheism. I haven’t had time to read much as I’m preoccupied with restoring posts here, but from what I have read – it looks like this is going to be a great carnival. I’ll be hosting it in early September and will post more [...]
The database for wordpress went all wonky this morning resulting in the loss of several posts and all the comments for the past week or so. I managed to rescue most posts using Google’s cache, but a few are gone and will not be returning. The comments are another matter and I’ll see what I [...]
Time Magazine is having their annual â€œ100 Most Influential Peopleâ€ contest. Richard Dawkins is currently number 7 on the list, up from number 10. I encourage you to go vote for him as despite whatever you may dislike about him, heâ€™s made atheism a household word over the past year or so. via Rabid Ape
I recently wrote about the controversy surrounding Richard Gereâ€™s antics at a AIDS awareness event in India. At the time, various groups of Hindus were protesting in the streets and calling for Gereâ€™s death. Now it seems that arrest warrants have been issued for both Richard Gere and Shilpa Shetty for â€œpublic obscenityâ€. Judge Dinesh [...]
Here it is, one week after the SCOTUS decision and a bomb has been discovered on the grounds of a clinic in Austin. From the Houston Chronicle: AUSTIN â€” A package left at a womenâ€™s clinic that performs abortions contained an explosive device capable of inflicting serious injury or death, investigators said today. â€œIt was [...]
A man in Cincinnati was recently released from jail on a $10K appearance bond for being able to recite the 23rd chapter of Psalms at the request of the presiding judge. At the same time, thereâ€™s a dispute growing here in Houston. A judge is under fire for having Bible classes inside the court which [...]
Thereâ€™s a disturbing trend amongst atheists these days. I first noticed it on a board about at least three, possibly four, years ago. A group of atheists decided to have a discussion about what a â€œtrueâ€ atheist was. In the endâ€¦ well letâ€™s just say that it had to have been a mere coincidence that [...]