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ome Thoughts on Theology...


Before you begin let me warn you that if you don't have a sense of humor, are easily offended, or are a fundy, you might as well turn back now because you won't like what you're about to see. Just so you know, I'm not in the least bit responsible for what you see or whatever effect it has on your frail trembling little worldview.

This page is dedicated to exposing religions for what they really are. It may contain humor, satire, essays, or anything else that someone has written exposing the fear, hated, abuse, guilt, and cult behavior of those who claim to know the truth. I've tried to provide a small description so that you'll know where you're going before you get there.

I hope that you enjoy this page and take it for what it's worth. If you like this page or know of some links that you think I should include here, show your support by sending me some E-mail. If you don't like it and want to send some good old fashioned American hate-mail, go ahead and do it too, Just be warned, I reserve the right to post your messages, both good and bad, on my page for my own amusement and the amusement of others. Enjoy!

For the past 6 years I have tried to respond to every single e-mail that was sent to me. Unfortunately, I no longer have the time to guarantee this. I still enjoy seeing your e-mail, but I can't promise that I will be able to reply. With that in mind, please e-mail away!

If you like this page, check out my Stupid Jesus Tricks Page as well. Its a page of links to all sorts of religious craziness from the "Extermination of All Nonbelievers", "End of the World Jitters" and "I'm right, and everyone else is being deceived by Satan." This page is mostly about Xian fundies, but all demented religious groups are welcome.

[Religion Stops a Thinking Mind!]

Here Goes... (It's small now, but growing fast.)

Some Thoughts by Jerry -- Jerry sent me this in an e-mail and I think that others will enjoy reading it.  It describes his experiences after moving away from fundamentalist Christianity.

The Battle for Your Mind -- Ever wonder why so many people fall for foolish religions? Maybe it's not entirely their fault. Dick Sutphen exposes some of the mind control and brainwashing techniques used by revivalist preachers to ensnare their flock. (long, 36K)

Jesus is Lard -- I saw this a long time ago on one of the *.atheism newsgroups while at work. It's a spoof of a common fundy ranting. I wasn't expecting anything like this and laughed so hard that I almost spit pop all over the e-mail server.

The Bible tells them so ... about gays -- Lanette Grate shows how many modern Christians twist the Bible to support their own personal fears of "otherness". Biblical ideas of right and wrong must be viewed in thier cultural context, and not blindly applied to the modern world.

The Golden Rule -- A short list of examples of the "Golden Rule" that Christians keep bleating about telling us what a wonderful divinely inspired moral code it is. Oh, and all of these appeared in other cultures *Before* the Christ myth was even made up from people who's beliefs were no where near those of Judeo-Christianity.

Common Sense About Theology -- Part of Baron d'Holbach's 1791 digest called Common Sense where he provides a basic understanding of why skeptics of religion think as they do: they aren't asserting their own will in preference to that of God, they are simply acknowledging an inability to make sense of the whole god idea as propounded by theologians.

Agnosticism/atheism at The Mining Company -- A collection of essays, information and links concerning atheism and agnosticism. A great page! Check back often. (Off Site)

The Giant Squid -- Still think that the Earth was created for man? If it was created, find out just who it was actually created for.

Religious and Freethought Jokes -- Just some Jokes that I've pulled together during my time on the net.

The Reagan Doctrine -- A short satirical essay by Isaac Asimov showing some of the foolishness associated with assigning arbitrary qualifications like religious belief to trusting someone. (Off Site)

Still Confused? -- Is this beginning to make sense? If you're interested, here is a list of books that I've read recently that might explain things more clearly.


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