Religious disservice: Noah’s ark (Idiotic concepts in Religion)

I don’t know about you, but as for me and I, we like Dr. Ray Hagins.

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On authenticity of the bible

Of the 66 books of the bible at least 50 are anonymous works or forgeries. To teach that these books are divine, and to accept them as such, denotes a degree of depravity on the one hand, and an amount of credulity on the other, that are not creditable to a moral and enlightened people. 

Says Remsburg J.

Bunyan on the other hand tells us

Every book of it, every chapter of it, every verse of it, every word of it, is the direct utterance of the most high.

I take sides with Remsburg. 

just for laughs

Mark Twain wrote, in one of his many books, that

There are many humorous things in the world; among them, the white man’s notion that he is less savage than the other savages

and Trevor Noah has written

if you are a Native American and pray to the wolves, you are a savage, if you are African and you pray to your ancestors, you are primitive but if when white people pray to a guy who turns water into wine, well, that’s just common sense.

And that fellow, Veracious Poet, who I disagree with most of the time, did ask

am I the only one who thinks it’s funny that a Jew died for the love of Africans?

If we don’t tame religion, it will be the end of us

Soyinka was talking of Nigeria but I think his comments apply equally to anywhere else in the world where there are religious people.

“I do not say kill religion, though, I wouldn’t mind a bit if that mission could be undertaken surgically, painlessly perhaps, under anaesthesia, effectively sprayed all over the nation or perhaps during an induced pouch of religious ecstasy.

“We may never prosecute anybody for killing in the name of religion precisely because we have been unable to separate criminality from religion.