Christians around the world, but particularly in America, are in grave danger, according to Ken Ham of Answers (Nowhere) in Genesis. How so? Are churches being ransacked and razed to the ground? Are there mass bible burnings? Are Christians being rounded up, tattooed with a fish on their foreheads, and herded into vast labour camps?
Well, no. But atheists in America have launched a blistering, non-lethal poster citing the Jesus story as a myth, just like the Santa Claus myth. So…Continue
Stephen Green of Christian Voice asks, in essence, what atheists have done to improve the lot of ordinary people. He cites people like William Wilberforce, Thomas Barnado and Lord Shaftsbury as examples of Christian philanthropists, people who have had a major impact on changing the world. I take nothing away from these people or their achievements,…Continue
"The number of residents who stated that their religion was Christian in 2011 fell 13 percentage points to 59% (33.2 million) in 2011 from 72% (37.3 million) in 2001.
The number of those who said they had no religious affiliation increased by 10 percentage points from 15% (7.7 million) in 2001 to 25% (14.1 million) in 2011."
I wouldn't for a second suggest that in order to be a Christian you need to attend church on a regular basis. Even though the pews are mainly empty…Continue
Added by Dave Godfrey on December 11, 2012 at 5:24am — No Comments
Ken 'The Lie' Ham of Answers (Nowhere) in Genesis has commented on the UK Government's notice to free schools that teaching creationism as science is a no-no. Naturally, Mr Lie is concerned that children should be taught to be stupid and ignorant, and therefore more open to religious mind-control, rather than taught about the real world.
Compare and contrast:
"A theory requires an initial hypothesis that can be confirmed or denied through the application of…Continue
Stephen Green is the notorious leader of a shabby bunch of Christian flakes called Christian Voice. For a while I was able to comment on his blog, but then he started to get fed up of me taking umbrage at his nasty, bigoted stance on homosexuals and I find myself blocked.
The fact is, like others of his kind (i.e. evangelical Christians, see also Answers in Genesis), Mr Green hates being called out for the horrible little Hitler that he is. Deep down he knows what he is,…Continue