Here is an interesting video, linking the Bible and the events with Astrology.
12 Disciples represent the 12 constelations.
The resurrection after 3 days, represents how the Sun appears to become frozen (dies) for 3 days, in the equinox and then appears to start its return (resurrection).
The similarities between all the Sun gods such as Mithra, Horus and Jesus, also point to this astrological basis for the Bible and Jesus Christ.
The Death on the Cross,… Continue
Added by Dyslexic's DOG on February 1, 2015 at 6:30am —
I present to you: The uneducated politician...
I sent a letter to my state representative regarding the availability of contraceptive coverage for ALL people. Notice I said "availability." This is the response I received:
Thank you for contacting me to share your thoughts about regulations that will…
Added by Kristen Clevidence on September 10, 2013 at 8:33am —
Added by Brady on April 28, 2011 at 5:25pm —
I think we all know the story of Jesus being born in a manger.And I think we all now that “Jesus” was the “Son of God.”Now Jesus’ mother was Mary.His human “father” was Joseph.… Continue
Added by Rick on August 3, 2010 at 10:32pm —
While my wife and I were traveling through Arkansas this weekend, I decided we just had to pull over to take a picture.
I couldn't help but laugh at this. I'm assuming there were two separate intended messages here:
• I haven't seen enough proof that Barack Obama was really born in America, and therefore he shouldn't be… Continue
Added by IAmTheBlog on May 24, 2010 at 2:00pm —
The LONG awaited arrival of the newest addition to our family finally has happened.
At almost 3 am, an 8 lb. 4 oz. beautiful, healthy baby girl was born on 3-2-10. That is all.
Oh, and her name is Rayna. (thanks "Nerd" for pointing out my lack of savvy with these things, and letting me know the wonderful things they can do nowadays. ;-) )
Added by Jas Brimstone on March 3, 2010 at 10:00am —
*But not patiently.
So here we sit after yet another visit with the midwife, with no baby yet born and our hopes of breaking waters tomorrow as an induction shattered. She's not dilated enough to even attempt to break waters, and we're running low on time. Financially speaking my wife is the sole bread-winner of our household right now (as I JUST finished school and finding a job in this area, in this economy, is not going well to say the least!) and as such she only has a finite… Continue
Added by Jas Brimstone on February 25, 2010 at 11:01pm —
I do not understand Why there is such a grand hullabaloo about being an atheist. Religion has never in my whole life been a part my personality. At times I can get disturbed about the crazies out there in the world that hold extremely unexplainable, contradictory believes but I can always just walk away and not need to deal with another such person for a few years.
During the early years of my life in school it was popular amongst the 1st and 2nd graders to ask each other if they… Continue
Added by lordmetroid on October 21, 2009 at 9:38pm —
"You are speaking live with Andrew, who is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Information provided in this session is to provide assistance only and is not an official statement of the Church."
Andrew: Hello Angie!
Me: Hi Andrew :)
Andrew: How may i help you today?
(Already I'm impressed with his use of the Shift key! So much better than the last two dear boys.
Me: I wanted to ask about LDS and women. What… Continue
Added by Angie Jackson on May 22, 2009 at 5:03pm —
[The following is an excerpt from my upcoming book
Exodus from Zion. Once the manuscript is completed, I'll be making an announcement if anyone would like to purchase a copy of the published book.
Each birth was different, but births were always the same. A phone call. A scramble to pack up Bible, oils, and grandkids. My older brother and sister were attending public school the year the baby ministry was at its zenith. So I would go with Giggy, with my coloring book… Continue
Added by Angie Jackson on April 16, 2009 at 2:00pm —
On his trip to Africa, Pope Benedict XVI declared that traditional Church teachings are the only failsafe way to prevent the spread of STIs. So I decided to take a look at what science has to say about it and found that not only is traditional abstinence-only education an abject failure (ex: 82% of virginity pledgers deny their pledge later and have just one less partner than non-pledgers), it's also dangerous to the public at large. (… Continue
Added by Greg F. on March 19, 2009 at 3:30pm —
Taken from my blog
Later this week my religion class is going to be "debating" whether or not Jesus was born of a virgin. I of course am going to say he wasn't, and as practice thought I'd run through my reasons here.
What I think it comes down to is probability. Which is a more probable explanation for crop circles?
A) Aliens with super advanced technology that allows them to travel MILLIONS of light years… Continue
Added by Dustin Sanders on March 2, 2009 at 12:59pm —
Pope Benedict XVI
Tuesday 17th November 2008
I know you’re a well known defender of traditional Catholic doctrine and values, but there is a problem within the third World countries such as the Christian nation I presently live in. The Philippines consists of hordes of faithful Catholic followers that live in poverty.
The problem seems to be looked at the wrong way by you and your present administration… Continue
Added by Robin Johnson-Perkins - Babel Fish on November 26, 2008 at 4:00am —
How does a religion come into being? Well, in this day and age, maybe by instant message between two friends, late at night, while surfing the internet for interesting stuff…
Here’s the recipe for Hess and Fruity’s Religion:
2: godless heathens
1: internets (can substitute 1 intertoobs, 1 webbernets or 1 ripe interwebs)
1: news article detailing wacky fundamentalist training camp
Chat and let simmer for 3-4 hours… Continue
Added by Neece on August 4, 2008 at 10:00pm —